Definitions

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  • See dysœsthesia, dysœsthetic.

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  • noun medicine A condition caused by lesions of the nervous system that causes abnormal sensations such as burning, wetness, or itching.

Etymologies

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dys- +‎ esthesia

Examples

  • Patients describe the feeling as burning or extreme warmth superficially, but cold under the skin. 10 At 12 hours post ingestion (Phase III), weakness, ataxia, hypotension and dysesthesia are observed.

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  • In vulvar vestibulitis syndrome (also called localized vulvar dysesthesia), women feel pain mainly in an area between the labia (the vestibule), and only when that area is touched or pressed.

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  • In dysesthetic vulvodynia also called generalized vulvar dysesthesia, symptoms occur in different areas of the vulva, at various times and sometimes even when the vulva is not being touched.

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  • * Severe neurosensory symptoms (e.g. paresthesia, dysesthesia, pain) were observed in 5.5%

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  • In the large cluster of 131 patients with ongoing symptoms, 97 patients had DN, PHN, or radicular LBP, and 34 patients had axial LBP; in the group of 56 patients with intermittent episodes of pain or dysesthesia, 33 patients had neuropathic pain, and 23 patients had axial LBP.

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  • Patients in this cluster reported predominantly deep pain, tingling dysesthesia, and numb skin areas.

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  • Neurological symptoms and signs include weakness, paresthesia, dysesthesia, bladder and bowel incontinence, and acute paraplegia.

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  • Neurological symptoms and signs include weakness, paresthesia, dysesthesia, bladder and bowel incontinence, and acute paraplegia.

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  • We compared the results with the response to stimulation in an adjacent or contralateral area that was free of pain or any other sensory disorder such as numbness or dysesthesia.

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  • We also asked the patients to report unpleasant nonpainful sensations (dysesthesia) and describe the characteristics of these sensations.

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