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Synonyms for paresthesia

abnormal skin sensations (as tingling or tickling or itching or burning) usually associated with peripheral nerve damage


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The affected side of mandible was operated with the treatment protocol through preserving the mental nerve in order to minimize the risk of intraoperative complications including paresthesia and bleeding from neurovascular structures.
The patient progressively improved, and the paresthesia areas retreated to hands and feet and dysarthria disappeared; however, the areflexia persisted.
According to Go et al., a growing mass is the most common presenting symptom (95%); other presenting signs and symptoms are paresthesia and numbness (54%), direct tenderness and pain (27%), and radiating pain (23%) (7).
It has demonstrated considerable success in treating both chronic leg and back pain, and provides relief without paresthesia. Nevro's Senza II system, which is a notably smaller size than its predecessor, won an FDA nod this past January.
A few hours postoperatively, the patient developed new onset left upper extremity dysmetria and paresthesia that resolved after 10 minutes.
The patient was responsive to verbal stimulation and denied paresthesia or shortness of breath immediately after catheter placement.
Coronectomy appears as a preventive surgical technique and represents an excellent alternative to conventional extraction, generating less morbidity in surrounding tissues and preventing mandibular fractures and paresthesia [6-8].
Due to pathologic changes involving nerves in the oral cavity, diabetic neuropathy may result in oral paresthesia, pain, and burning mouth symptoms." Clearly, the oral complications can be quite serious.
Complications occurring at a later stage are known to be dural penetration, dermatomal pain, transient or permanent paresthesia, bowel and bladder dysfunction, headache, infection at the penetration site, epidural abscess, and arachnoiditis.
A recent review of the case report literature (91 cases) found that the most common complaints on presentation among chronic [N.sub.2]O users were numbness, paresthesia, and weakness (3).
Many patients use denture adhesives in excess of the recommended amount, which can lead to elevated zinc levels and associated copper depletion resulting in bone marrow suppression and polyneuropathy manifested by numbness and paresthesia of the extremities, loss of balance, and walking problems (Tezvergil-Mutluay, Carvalho, & Pashley, 2010).
Restricted temporomandibular movements and paresthesia were evident (till the lower left chin area).