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- n. Variant of aesthesia.
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- n. Alternative spelling of aesthesia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See æsthesia.
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- n. mental responsiveness and awareness
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• The words synesthesia is a hybrid of Latin and Greek -- the Latin "syn" (together) + "esthesia", from the Greek aisthesis (sensation or perception) • All babies are synesthetes • Can be induced by certain hallucinogenic
Brenna Burnette, certified registered nurse anesthetist, has joined A.heville A.esthesia A.sociates, P.A. Burnette graduated from UNC Greensboro with a bachelor of science in biology degree and from UNC Chapel Hill with a bachelor of science in nursing degree.
Dr.A. John Clark, Professor of A.esthesia at Dalhousie University in
"Better it is that the patient not remain long under an-esthesia.