What is another word for paraesthesias?

Pronunciation: [pˌaɹəɹɪsθˈiːzi͡əz] (IPA)

Paraesthesias refers to the abnormal sensations experienced by an individual, such as tingling, pins and needles, burning or prickling. Some synonyms that can also be used to describe this condition include neuropathic pain, dysesthesias, sensory disturbances, and hypaesthesia. Neuropathic pain is a result of nerve damage that sends incorrect signals to the brain, leading to a burning or shooting sensation. Dysesthesias is a condition that involves abnormal sensations triggered by touch or movement. Sensory disturbances refer to changes in sensory perception, including vision, hearing or touch. Hypaesthesia refers to decreased sensitivity in an area of the body, leading to a numb or tingling sensation.

What are the hypernyms for Paraesthesias?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    nerve symptom, sensory disturbances, sensory symptoms, unusual feels, unusual sensations.

Related words: numbness in fingers, paraesthesias and fatigue, chronic pain paraesthesias, tingling and burning, unexplained paraesthesias

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