acroparesthesia

(ak″ro-par″es-the´zhә) an abnormal sensation, such as tingling, numbness, pins and needles, in the hands and fingers.
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acroparesthesia

1. Paresthesia of one or more of the extremities. ... 2. Nocturnal paresthesia involving the hands, most often of middle-aged women; formerly attributed to a lesion in the thoracic outlet, but now known to be a classic symptom of carpal tunnel syndrome. ... Origin: acro-+ paresthesia ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acroparesthesia

acroparesthesia 1. Disease marked by attacks of tingling in the outer parts of the body. 2. Numbness, tingling, and/or other abnormal sensations of the extremities (for example, the fingers, hands, forearms, and toes); usually due to a carpal tunnel syndrome but also from other causes; seen frequently in organic disorders, especially peripheral ne...
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acroparesthesia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′rō-par-es-thē′zē-a Definitions: 1. Paresthesia of one or more of the limbs. 2. Nocturnal paresthesia involving the hands, most often of middle-aged women; formerly attributed to a lesion in the thoracic outlet but now known to be a classic symptom of carpal tunnel syndrome.
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