aesthesiometer


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aesthesiometer

[es‚thē·zē′äm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
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Assessing the sensory function of the ocular surface: implications of use of a non-contact air aesthesiometer versus the Cochet Bonnet aesthesiometer.
Paclitaxel produced a significant reduction in response withdrawal threshold to mechanical stimuli (mechanical allodynia), as previously described [10], from 7 to 17 days after first drug administration compared to the baseline latency and vehicle-only-treated animals measured using the dynamic plantar aesthesiometer (P < 0.05; Figure 5(a)).
Which of the five senses is measured by an aesthesiometer? 2.
In a neurophysiological study comparing superior and inferior bulbar conjunctival sensitivity using a Cochet-Bonnet aesthesiometer, slightly lower average for touch sensitivity was found inferiorly but the difference was not statistically significant (13).
Next she uses an aesthesiometer to check for sensation.
Von Frey's method of measuring pressure sensibility in the hand: An engineering analysis of the Weinstein-Semmes pressure aesthesiometer. J Hand Surg [Am].
Von Frey's method of measuring pressure sensibility in the hand: An engineering analysis of the Weinstein Semmes pressure aesthesiometer. J Hand Surg 1978;3:211-16.
In this study, light-pressure thresholds were measured with the Semmes-Weinstein Aesthesiometer (SWA; Semmes, Weinstein, Ghent, & Teuber, 1960).