trichoesthesia

(trik″o-es-the┬┤zhә) sensibility of the hair to touch.
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trichoesthesia

1. The sensation felt when a hair is touched. ... 2. A form of paresthesia in which there is a sensation as of a hair on the skin, on the mucous membrane of the mouth, or on the conjunctiva. ... Origin: tricho-+ G. Aisthesis, sensation ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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trichoesthesia

trichoaesthesia, trichoesthesia 1. The sensation felt when a hair is touched. 2. A form of paresthesia in which there is a sensation as of a hair on the skin, on the mucous membrane of the mouth, or on the conjunctiva (clear membrane that coats the inner aspect of the eyelids and the outer surface of the eye). Link...
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trichoesthesia

trichoesthesia 1. A sensation, or awareness, of the hair being touched. 2. The sense by which one perceives when a hair of the skin has been touched. 3. A paresthesia (abnormal sensation of the skin, including numbness, tingling, burning, or creeping on the skin) causing a sensation of the presence of a hair on a mucous membrane or on the skin.
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trichoesthesia

Type: Term Pronunciation: trik′ō-es-thē′zē-ă Definitions: 1. The sensation perceived when a hair is touched. 2. A form of paresthesia in which there is a sensation as of a hair on the skin, on the mucous membrane of the mouth, or on the conjunctiva.
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