TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HYPESTHESIC»
The term «hypesthesic» is used very little and occupies the 168.256
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYPESTHESIC»
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Neuromuscular Disease: A Case-Based Approach
Leprosy is a clinical diagnosis requiring the presence of at least one of the
following: a hypopigmented or erythromatous skin lesion with a local hypesthesic
area through involvement of dermal nerves, involvement of peripheral nerves ...
John H. J. Wokke, Pieter A. van Doorn, Jessica E. Hoogendijk, 2013
Central Pain Syndrome: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Management
... TABLE 2.9 (continued) ? F82 M 37 F 74 M 69 F 69 Authors Procacci and
Maresca (1991) Canavero et al. (1997) Kimyai- Asadi et al. (1999) Vuadens et al.
(1994) Previous episodes of typical CP in affected hypesthesic areas, each Notes
Sergio Canavero, Vincenzo Bonicalzi, 2007
Localization in Clinical Neurology
The following are included: hemiataxia–hypesthesia syndrome, painful ataxic
hemiparesis, hypesthesic ataxic hemiparesis, ataxic hemiparesis accompanied
by contralateral sensorimotor or motor trigeminal weakness, dysarthria–
Paul W. Brazis, Joseph C. Masdeu, José Biller, 2012
A Dictionary of Psychology
Also called hypoaesthesia or hypoesthesia. hypaesthesic or hypesthesic adj. [
From Greek hypo under + aisthesis sensation + -ia indicating a condition or
quality] hypalgesia n. Abnormally diminished sensitivity to pain. hypalgesic adj.
Stroke: Clinical manifestations and pathogenesis
... and were present in 67 out of 77 patients in one study (Hupperts et al., 1994).
Another lacunar syndrome, hypesthesic ataxic hemiparesis, was first described
after an AChA infarct (Bogousslavsky et al., 1986c). In general, the frequency of ...
hypesthesic. hypoglycemia. diminished sensitivity to touch — hyp'es-the'sic (-the'
sik), hyp'es-thet'lc (-thet'ik) adj. hy-pe-thral (hi pe'thral, hi-) adj. same as
hypaethral hypha (hi'fa) n., pi. -phae (-fe) [ModL. < Gr. hyphe, a web < IE. base *
Spinal Disorders: Fundamentals of Diagnosis and Treatment
InC8/T1 radiculopathy, the ulnar side of the forearm is hypesthesic and all
intrinsic hand muscles are affected. The ulnar nerve is mostly compressed within
the sulcus, resulting in paresis of the hypothenar and only those intrinsic hand
Norbert Boos, Max Aebi, 2008
Medical dictation and transcription
There was a sweat level at T-10+# The patient was hypesthesic from T-5 to T-1Q/
inferiorly to light touch; this varied between examinations. Vibratory sense was
decreased on the/ pyrexia constipated r cephalalgia / spinal tap £^
Phyllis E. Davis, Nancy V. Hershelman, 1967
The act of marriage: the beauty of sexual love
However, there is evidence that relaxed walls are hypesthesic walls, because the
sub-mucosal 'deep-touch' nerve endings which are responsible for the greater
part of so-called vaginal sensation are minimally represented if their vehicle ...
Tim LaHaye, Beverly LaHaye, 1976
Bulletin - Saint Elizabeths Hospital
Hypesthesic. ?a. i Hi. .5 37.0 4.7 39. 2 7. 5 17. I II. ii 44 5 >i :i IS 2 4.6 41.5 lii. :< (
13) (6) (6) (8) (10) (S) (6) 42. 0 75! 8+ 5.8 45. 7 7.2 80.0+ 56.9 4.7 55 7 6. II 5(1. 2
3.7 (12) (13) (6) (10) (10) (10) (10) Hypesthesic: normal. 1.07 2.06 1.17 1.70 1.28
Saint Elizabeths Hospital (Washington, D.C.), 1909