acroesthesia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′ro-es-thē′zē-ă Definitions: 1. An extreme degree of hyperesthesia. 2. Hyperesthesia of one or more of the extremities.
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acroesthesia

1. An extreme degree of hyperesthesia. ... 2. Hyperesthesia of one or more of the extremities. ... Origin: acro-+ G. Aisthesis, sensation ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acroesthesia

(ak″ro-es-the´zhә) exaggerated sensitiveness. pain in the limbs.
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acroesthesia

acroesthesia 1. Increased sensitiveness. 2. Pain in bodily extremities or “hyperesthesia” of one or more of the extremities; such as, in the hands, fingers, feet, toes, etc.
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