acheiria

1. Congenital absence of one or both hands. ... 2. Anaesthesia in, with loss of the sense of possession of, one or both hands; a condition sometimes noted in hysteria. ... 3. A form of dyscheiria in which the patient is unable to tell on which side of the body a stimulus has been applied. ... Origin: G. A-priv. + cheir, hand ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acheiria

(ә-ki´re-ә) a developmental anomaly consisting of absence of one hand or both hands. a sensation of loss of the hands or a feeling of their absence, seen in conversion disorder.
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acheiria

acheiria, achiria 1. Congenital absence of the hands. 2. Anaesthesia in which there is a loss of the sense of possession of, one or both hands; a condition sometimes noted in hysteria. 3. Lacking hands; also, loss of sensation, total anesthesia, or a feeling of absence of the hands; sometimes a hysterical symptom. 4. A form of dyscheiria in whic...
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acheiria

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-kī′rē-ă Definitions: 1. Congenital absence of one or both hands. 2. Anesthesia in one or both hands with loss of the sense of possession of the hand or hands. 3. A sensibility disorder in which the patient is unable to identify which side of the body has received a stimulus.
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Acheiria

A congenital anomaly in which one or both of the hands are missing at birth.
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Acheiria

Acheiria ə is the congenital absence of one or both hands. == Causes == It can occur in a number of situations which include: == External Resources == ...
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