Aesthesiography comes from the Greek word “aesthesis” (αίσθησις) meaning `sensibility,` and “graphy” in order to visualize hyposensibility of the skin. This term has been proposed by the French surgeon Létiévant. The use to map the cutaneous nerve lesions was well-known. Totally forgotten during seven decades, this use luckily .....
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