Itch

Probably scabies

itch

  1. a strong restless desire
  2. an irritating cutaneous sensation that produces a desire to scratch

Itch

Itch (Latin: pruritus) is a sensation that causes the desire or reflex to scratch. Itch has resisted many attempts to classify it as any one type of sensory experience. Modern science has shown that itch has many similarities to pain, and while both are unpleasant sensory experiences, their behavioral response patterns are different. Pain creates ...
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itch

(ich) a skin condition accompanied by the desire to scratch an area of skin to relieve discomfort; see also pruritus.
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itch

[n] - an irritating cutaneous sensation that produces a desire to scratch 2. [v] - have or perceive an itch 3. [v] - have a strong desire or urge to do soemthing
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Itch

• (n.) An eruption of small, isolated, acuminated vesicles, produced by the entrance of a parasitic mite (the Sarcoptes scabei), and attended with itching. It is transmissible by contact. • (v. i.) To have an uneasy sensation in the skin, which inclines the person to scratch the part affected. • (n.) A constant irritating desire. &bu...
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itch

itchiness noun an irritating cutaneous sensation that produces a desire to scratch
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ITCH

[biology] ITCH is an ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme. ...
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Itch

Itch (ĭch) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Itched (ĭcht); present participle & verbal noun Itching .] [ Middle English icchen , ʒicchen , Anglo-Saxon giccan ; akin to Dutch je...
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Itch

Itch noun 1. (Medicine) An eruption of small, isolated, acuminated vesicles, produced by the entrance of a parasitic mite (the Sarcoptes scabei ), and attended with itching. It is transmissible by contact. 2. Any itching eruption. 3. A sensation in the skin occas...
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itch

1. To have an uneasy sensation in the skin, which inclines the person to scratch the part affected. 'My mouth hath itched all this long day.' (Chaucer) ... 2. To have a constant desire or teasing uneasiness; to long for; as, itching ears. 'An itching palm.' ... Origin: OE. Icchen, icchen, AS. Giccan; akin to D. Jeuken, joken, G. Jucken, OHG. Jucche...
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Itch

An itch (pruritus) is a sensation in the skin that elicits the desire to scratch. Itching is caused by an irritation of the nerve endings for pain and touch, sometimes accompanied by inflammation or skin eruptions. The difference between itching and pain is one of degree; a lowered threshold for stimulation in skin areas around the site of irritati...
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Itch

The term commonly used to describe pruritus, the sensation that produces the desire to scratch.
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itch

Type: Term Pronunciation: itch Definitions: 1. An irritating sensation in the skin that arouses the desire to scratch. 2. Common name for scabies. Synonyms: pruritus2
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