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- n. Variant of paresthesia.
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- n. Alternative spelling of paresthesia.
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- n. abnormal skin sensations (as tingling or tickling or itching or burning) usually associated with peripheral nerve damage
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Alkylamides that produce tingling paraesthesia activate tactile and thermal trigeminal neurons.
Exposure to skin especially the mucous membrane have caused paraesthesia (tingling, burning sensations) caused by temporary transient effects on sensory nerves.
Safety parameters, such as paraesthesia and increases in blood pressure and heart rate, were transient and fully reversible following drug discontinuation.
PDN may present itself as a progressive build-up of unpleasant sensory symptoms including tingling (paraesthesia), burning pain, radiating pain down the legs and toes and lancinating or contact pain.
In the study, the most common device or therapy-related adverse events that occurred during the implant phase included implant site pain (25.8 percent), paraesthesia, or a sensation of tingling, pricking, or numbness of the skin, (12.5 percent) and implant site infection (10.8 percent).
Nervous system disorders: drowsiness, paraesthesia / hypoesthesia, very rarely seizures
No paraesthesia legs-he loves the country unlike you and your ilk and first lady who only love it and are proud of it when they get their own way.
Symptoms tachycardia: fast heart rate palpitations: sensation of pounding, beating, fluttering paraesthesia: pins and needles oedema: swelling intermittent claudication: pain in legs whilst walking rhinitis: running nose nasal discharge: snuffles, snotty nose glossitis: a sore tongue menorrhagia: heavy periods
The symptoms experienced were pain and paraesthesia
Based on data from 773 patients in six phase 2 and phase 3 trials, the most commonly reported adverse reactions (greater than five percent) seen in the first 24 hours after receiving vernakalant were dysgeusia (taste disturbance) (20.1 percent), sneezing (14.6 percent) and paraesthesia (9.7 percent).