hyperesthesia

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hyperesthesia

[‚hī·pər·əs′thē·zhə]
(physiology)
Increased sensitivity or sensation.
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The sufferer may be irritable and experience cold sweats, hyperaesthesia, and may be sensitive to touch.
Rigidity and guarding in the right lower quadrant of the abdomen in 80 number of patients (53.33%), Baldwin's test in 34 patients (22.67%), Cope's psoas test in 60 patients (40%), Cope's obturator test in 12 patients (8%) and hyperaesthesia at Sherren's triangle in 10 patients (6.67%) were present respectively.
The symptoms of anxiety neurosis, palpitation, hyperaesthesia, and paroxysms, match those of classical hysteria as much as the sexual anaesthesia of anxiety hysteria.
Clinical signs Outcome SAE 18/09 Ataxia, tremors, convulsions, recumbent Euthanized with paddling of legs SAE 72/09 Depression, anorexia, ataxia, recumbent Euthanized with paddling of legs SAE 27/10 Tremors, petechiae, quadriplegia Euthanized SAE 38/10 * Fever, anorexia, leukopenia Survived SAE 39/10 Fever, anorexia, leukopenia Survived SAE 48/10 Depression, anemia, icterus, hepatitis, Survived anorexia, ataxia, partial paresis SAE 109/10 Depression, anorexia, ataxia, tremors, Survived hyperaesthesia * Co-infected with Middelburg virus.
She still suffered severe burning pain, allodynia at the pubic symphysis joint and hyperaesthesia around pubic symphysis.
Subsequent studies expanded the concept of tranliminality to include schizotypy, psychoticism, extraversion, neuroticism, fantasy proneness, absoption, hyperaesthesia, general religiosity, frequency of dream interpretation, and a positive attitude toward dream interpretation (Thalbourne, 1998; Thalbourne & Delin, 1999; Thalbourne, Keogh, & Crawley, 1999; Thalbourne, Bartemucci, Delin, Fox, & Nofi, 1997).
In cats, diets containing 630 mg/kg bw Sodium Benzoate, induced aggression, hyperaesthesia and the animal collapsed after 14-16 hr of food intake.
Malte suffers from the quintessentially modern experiences of urban poverty and uprootedness, spiritual homelessness, hyperaesthesia, institutional anonymity, nervousness, and electro-shock therapy.
Circling and head tilt to the right side, and ataxia were observed in a case of plexus papilloma of fourth ventricle in a bovine (YAMADA et al., 1998) and progressive ataxia, ventromedial strabismus and hyperaesthesia were reported in a cow with choroid plexus papilloma of the third ventricle (HOENERHOFF et al., 2006).
Irritability, unlike paranoid hyperaesthesia, or the 'suspicious' analyses of Bourdieu and Althusser, works on the surface and is not incompatible with trust, though nor is it naively optimistic.
As an accompanying symptom of nymphomania, Krafft-Ebing defines hysteria as a disease of the sexual organs and "hyperaesthesia of the senses." For his part, Otto Weininger believed hysteria was a purely psychological affliction in that it was a reaction to woman's unconscious desire to repress her true nature.
These are, in order of exposition, Delire des grandeurs (delusions of grandeur),which leads, through the attribution of disproportionate importance to one's own activities, to a sense of alienation; Folie de doute, a form of pessimistic apathy, manifest in the poet's hyperaesthesia, originality, and apathy; originality, which in turn causes alienation; eccentricity; and the possession of singular ability in certain fields counterbalanced by ineptitude in others.