numbness

[n] - partial or total lack of sensation in a part of the body
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Numbness

Loss of feeling.
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Numbness

the lack of sensation in a part of the body because of interruption of nerve impulses
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Numbness

Numbness refers to a lack of sensation in a part of the body.
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Numbness

Numb'ness noun The condition of being numb; that state of a living body in which it loses, wholly or in part, the power of feeling or motion.
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numbness

Indefinite term for abnormal sensation, including absent or reduced sensory perception as well as paresthesias. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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numbness

noun partial or total lack of sensation in a part of the body; a symptom of nerve damage or dysfunction
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numbness

(num┬┤nis) a lack or diminution of sensation in a part.
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Numbness

• (n.) The condition of being numb; that state of a living body in which it loses, wholly or in part, the power of feeling or motion. • (n.) The condition of being numb; that state of a living body in which it loses, wholly or in part, the power of feeling or motion.
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numbness

Type: Term Pronunciation: nŭm′nes Definitions: 1. Imprecise term for abnormal sensation, including absent or reduced sensory perception as well as paresthesias.
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