hypesthesia

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hypesthesia

[‚hī·pə′sthē·zhə]
(medicine)
Reduced or subnormal tactile sensibility.
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In our patient, the rash over the malar region resembled the butterfly rash of SLE, but there was hypoesthesia upon examination.
Postoperatively, the patient regained partial return of upper extremity motor function, though demonstrated persistent paraplegia with persistent hypoesthesia below the nipple line.
There was hypoesthesia of hands and medial aspect of ankles, bilaterally and symmetrically.
Hypoesthesia was present in the region where skin lesion also existed.
Immediately after surgery, she suffered from hypoesthesia in the groin and mild adductor weakness due to neurapraxia of the obturator nerve.
On physical examination, hypoesthesia was detected in the L5 dermatome.
A neurologic examination revealed quadridistal hypoesthesia with ataxia, areflexia, and diplopia due to paresia of the right VI nerve.
14) Female 60 Persistent severe low-back and leg pain Right-sided L5 level numbness, hypoesthesia and muscle weakness Authors Mechanism Deltombe et al.
Not all injuries result in pain; some patients may have only sensory impairment (15) or sensory deficits such as allodynia or hypoesthesia.
The most common adverse reactions associated with Natpara and occurring in greater than 10% of individuals were: paresthesia, hypocalcemia, headache, hypercalcemia, nausea, and hypoesthesia, diarrhea, vomiting, arthralgia, hypercalciuria and pain in extremity.