sensorium


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to sensorium: clouded sensorium

sensorium

[sen′sȯr·ē·əm]
(physiology)
A center, especially in the brain, for receiving and integrating sensations.
The entire sensory apparatus of an individual.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
14 study altered sensorium was noted to be occurring in most of the brain abscess patients (82.
According to Trap, these poets stage a kind of inverted aesthetic exercise: rather than revealing a deep coherence in sense experience, they unmoor the self and sensorium from any transcendent structure of intelligibility as well as from normative codes of bourgeois subject-formation.
Clinically, 75% patients had features of severe fulminant hepatic failure like coagulopathy and altered sensorium with rapidly elevating LFTs.
En las novelas citadas se analiza la tension entre la utopia ecfrastica y el terror, entre la seduccion por lo masivo y la distancia critica, entre la arqueologia y el realismo, a la vez que se muestra la constitucion de un sensorium mediado por la tecnologia de la comunicacion audiovisual que se resuelve en universos ficcionales en los que los conceptos de realidad o realismo devienen en inseparables de la reflexion por los procesos de simulacion.
In order to join the games, you must be at least two people in a group (three for The Sinister Sensorium and Buried Bodies) and a maximum of six people.
2,5] Initially, the presentation includes altered sensorium ranging from confusion to coma, but may include hallucinations, stupor, seizures and ultimately death.
Natalie Doonan also takes up the politics of eating and drinking at performance events in "Techniques of Making Public: The Sensorium Through Eating and Walking.
Held at Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts, Sensorium is a festival of arts, literature and ideas that host many international celebrities who showcase their talent to the Goa audience.
Ces derniers ont clairement exprime vouloir se <<sentir chez eux>> dans cet espace museal, mais n'ont pas reussi a pleinement s'y identifier etant donne le fosse creuse entre le sensorium museal et les sensoria autochtones.
There were multiple episodes of generalized tonic clonic seizures, altered sensorium and oliguria for a period of two days.
While God can address the full human sensorium, the Scriptures clearly show a preference for hearing.
17] Altered sensorium was found in 55%, 14 cases of CNS Tuberculosis, 4 cases of Cryptococcal meningitis, & 2 cases of pyogenic meningitis.