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  • n. Plural form of paresthesia.

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Examples

  • This urge tends to be accompanied by unusual feelings or sensations, called "paresthesias," that occur deep in the legs.

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  • The lawsuit says that Shelton "has suffered continuously since July 26, 2008 from migraine headaches, transient paralysis, transient paresthesias abnormal feelings in his extremities, and other neurological and related disorders and has been unable to work."

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  • The symptoms of panic/anxiety attacks include trembling/shaking, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, heart palpitations, sweating, nausea, dizziness, paresthesias tingling sensations, and feeling smothered.

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  • The resulting respiratory alkalosis from reduction of serum carbon dioxide and increased extracellular calcium binding secondary to pH changes can result in severe perioral and hand and foot paresthesias, dizziness, muscular cramping, and syncope.

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  • However, symptoms of malaise, pallor, dizziness, paresthesias of the lips and tongue and ataxia develop.

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  • Shortly after the development of paresthesias, respiratory distress becomes very pronounced and … the lips, extremities and body become intensely cyanotic.

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  • The paresthesias which the victim usually describes as a tingling or prickling sensation may subsequently involve the fingers and toes, then spread to other portions of the extremities and gradually develop into severe numbness.

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  • (Neurology): A 37-year-old right-handed woman was admitted to this hospital because of intermittent paresthesias, slurred speech, ataxia, and abnormalities on brain imaging.

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  • CMV polyradiculopathy in patients with AIDS begins insidiously as a cauda equina syndrome with paresthesias and distal weakness (usually asymmetric), incontinence, and sacral-distribution sensory loss.

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