hypesthesia

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hypesthesia

[‚hī·pə′sthē·zhə]
(medicine)
Reduced or subnormal tactile sensibility.
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Side effects of the drugs include oral hypoesthesia, glossodynia, oral mucosal erythema, headache, nausea, vomiting, hyperhidrosis, and constipation.
In neurological examination, hypoesthesia was present in right leg lateral, muscle strength of right ankle dorsiflexion, toe dorsiflexion and ankle eversion was at the level of 0/5.
Neurological examination revealed mild dysarthria; universal areflexia except for the left brachioradialis reflex and the Achilles reflex, which were in all cases +/++++; and tacto-algesic hypoesthesia of hands and feet with symmetrical and bilateral involvement.
This form of HSV keratitis is associated with corneal hypoesthesia or complete anesthesia secondary to damage of the corneal nerves, which can occur in any form of ocular HSV.
Similar severity and incidence of oral hypoesthesia has been observed across studies for Tonmya 5.6 mg.
The compression of neurovascular structures may cause various symptoms, such as neuralgia, hypoesthesia, and even phantom sensations.
Neurological examination revealed hypoesthesia involving lateral aspect of leg (L4 dermatome) with absolute loss of sensations in the foot (L5, S1 dermatome).
If the median nerve is compressed, this may cause carpal tunnel syndrome, whereas a lipoma located in Guyon's canal will cause ulnar hypoesthesia (2).
Further physical examination exhibited bilateral papilledema together with left-sided hemiparesis and hypoesthesia. Digital subtraction angiography revealed occlusion of superior sagittal sinus, right transverse sinus, and sigmoid sinus.
It is well known that MS is characterized by sensory disturbances reflected in both hyper- and hypoesthesia [5].
Furthermore, he manifested a symmetrical stocking-glove distribution of hypoesthesia in the lower and upper extremities and was symmetrically areflexive in the upper and lower extremities.
Neurological examination revealed hypoesthesia, areflexia, and decreased muscle strength.