abarognosis

Loss of ability to appreciate the weight of objects held in the hand, or to differentiate objects of different weights. When the primary senses are intact, caused by a lesion of the contralateral parietal lobe. ... Origin: G. A-priv. + baros, weight, + gnosis, knowledge ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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abarognosis

(a″bar-әg-no´sis) loss of sense of weight.
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abarognosis

abarognosis 1. Loss of ability to appreciate the weight of objects held in the hand, or to differentiate objects of different weights.2. Loss of the sense of weight; unaware of weight.3. When the primary senses are intact, caused by a lesion of the contralateral parietal lobe.
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abarognosis

abarognosis, abaragnosis 1. The lack of any ability to estimate the weight of an object one is holding. 2. A lack of conscious perception of weight; the faculty by which weight is not recognized; such as, when an object is placed in the hand.
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abarognosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: ā-bar′og-nō′sis Definitions: 1. Loss of ability to appreciate the weight of objects held in the hand, or to differentiate among objects of different weights. When the primary senses are intact, caused by a lesion of the contralateral parietal lobe.
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Abarognosis

Abarognosis (origin Greek `a` not, `baros` weight, `gnosis` knowledge) is type of cortical sensory defect consisting of a loss of barognosis, the ability to detect the weight of an object held in the hand or to tell the difference in weight between two objects, or more succinctly `Loss of the ability to sense weight`. This deficit may be c...
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