acanthesthesia

Paresthesia of a pinprick. ... Origin: G. Akantha, thorn, + aisthesis, sensation ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acanthesthesia

(ә-kan″thes-the┬┤zhә) a sensation of a sharp point pricking the body.
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acanthesthesia

acanthesthesia 1. The sensation as if being stuck with sharp points; such as, with pins or needles. 2. A feeling that one is being pressed by a sharp point. 3. In neurology, a perverted sensory perception by which a soft touch is sensed as the sharp sticking of a sharp object.
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acanthesthesia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-kan′thes-thē′zē-ă Definitions: 1. Paresthesia of a pinprick.
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ACANTHESTHESIA

Also known as paresthesia, it is the
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