TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HYPALGESIC»
The term «hypalgesic» is barely ever used and occupies the 195.028
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYPALGESIC»
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Brain: A Journal of Neurology
The functions of the left seventh and eighth nerves were markedly impaired, the
palate immobile, the whole of the right side of the body in a state of flaccid palsy,
and hypalgesic, with the exception of the right face. The plantar reflex still gave a
The Journal of Physiology
14th this could not be demonstrated to be hypalgesic, but on Nov. 28th it was
deeply hypalgesic : again on Dec. 4th the spur was hardly demonstrable. The
photogram shows the patch when the spur was demonstrable. The similarity
Diseases of the Nervous System
The localization of the hypalgesic and analgesic areas is as follows: They appear
on the trunk as a series of transverse zones, extending horizontally and parallel
with each other to the median line, while on the extremities they are noted as ...
Third international congress of neuropathology
The constancy with which extinction of the perception of pin prick could be
effected and maintained was related to the degree of elevation of the pain
threshold in the hypalgesic side. In several patients it was observed that the
extinction of pin ...
International Congress of Neurological Sciences, 1959
Midline Medical Dictionary
Hypalbunemia. See Hypoalbuminaemia. Hypalgesia. Decreased sensibility to
pain; hypoalgesia; hypalgia. Hypalgesic. Relating to hypalgia; hypalgetic.
Hypalgetic. See Hypalgesic. Hypalgia. See Hypalgesia. 535 Hyperalgesia
Neurosurgical Management of Pain
The pain may affect all or part of the area rendered analgesic or hypalgesic or
occur as an ipsilateral segmental band at the level of the cordotomy,“ possibly
due to root damage by the lesion. Reported incidence in the literature varies
Type of ...
Richard B. North, Robert M. Levy, 1997
Neurotrauma: Evidence-Based Answers to Common Questions
... analgesic and anesthetic below T1, hypalgesic and hypesthetic at or above T1,
hypalgesic and hypesthetic below T1, and normal. The analysis of neurologic
scores used only the right side of body, and to simplify the presentation of results,
Alex B. Valadka, Brian T. Andrews, 2011
Veterinary Surgery: Small Animal: 2-Volume Set
Hypalgesic/ analgesic areas are identified by testing cutaneous innervations by
using a hemostat to pinch the skin. An area of skin innervated by a single nerve is
referred to as a cutaneous area. An overlap zone is where adjacent cutaneous ...
Karen M. Tobias, Spencer A. Johnston, 2013
The condition where the patient says, "it still hurts, but I don't mind," or in which an
animal fails to respond to a noxious stimulus requires a separate term, and for
convenience we shall substitute hypalgesic response for analgesia when ...
Edward C. Carterette, Morton P. Friedman, 1978
Nitrous Oxide Hypalgesia in Man: Pain Threshold ...
5, giving the relation between the increase in pain threshold from the basal value
and the dose of nitrous oxide and nitrogen resp. it is evident that the hypalgesic
action of pure nitrogen was about half of that of nitrous oxide. The threshold ...