cenesthesia

(se″nes-the´zhә) the general sense of normal functioning of body organs. Called also somesthesia, somatesthesia, and somatognosis. adj., cenesthe´sic, cenesthet´ic., adj.
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cenesthesia

cenesthesia, coenesthesia; cenesthesis 1. The general sense of bodily existence (and especially the general feeling of well-being or malaise), presumably dependent on multiple stimuli coming from various parts of the body, including sensations of internal organ activity even though these are not necessarily on a conscious level. 2. The diffuse int...
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cenesthesia

The general sense of bodily existence; the sensation caused by the functioning of the internal organs. ... Synonym: coenesthesia, sixth sense. ... Origin: G. Koinos, common, + aisthesis, sensation ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cenesthesia

Type: Term Pronunciation: sē′nes-thē′zē-ă Definitions: 1. The general sense of bodily existence; the sensation caused by the functioning of the internal organs. Synonyms: coenesthesia
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