Anaphia

Anaphia, also known as tactile anesthesia, is a medical symptom in which there is a total or partial absence of the sense of touch. Anaphia is a common symptom of spinal cord injury and neuropathy. == See also == ...
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anaphia

(ә-na┬┤fe-ә) lack or loss of the sense of touch.
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anaphia

Absence of the sense of touch. ... Synonym: anhaphia. ... Origin: G. An-priv. + haphe, touch ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Anaphia

Anaphia: The inability to feel touch. From the Greek prefix an, not + Greek haphe, touch = inability to (feel) touch. A person with anaphia is said to be anaptic.
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anaphia

loss of sense of touch
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anaphia

Type: Term Pronunciation: an-ā′fē-ă, an-af′ē-ă Definitions: 1. Absence of the sense of touch. Synonyms: anhaphia
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