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so·mes·thet·ic

 (sō′mĕs-thĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Somatosensory.

[Greek sōma, body; see soma1 + Greek aisthētikos, of sense perception; see aesthetic.]
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Disorganization and perseveration, along with auditory and somesthetic hallucinations, improved with neuroleptics.
RFPN is a network related to visual-spatial attention and somesthetic perception, while the cerebellum is the center of motor planning and motor control.
P300 may be evoked by different stimuli: somesthetic, visual, or acoustic.
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He described six cases (four were migraineurs), reporting mainly somesthetic symptoms of feeling part of or the whole body as larger (macrosomatognosia) or smaller (microsomatognosia) than usual [6].
They are then channeled into the domain of the somesthetic cortical areas where bodily sensations are experienced in all their nuances.