Paresthesia: An abnormal sensation of the skin, such as numbness, tingling, pricking, burning, or creeping on the skin that has no objective cause. Paresthesia is the usual American spelling and paraesthesia the preferred English spelling.
Pronounced par·es·the·sia. From the Greek para- (abnormal) + esthesis (feeling) = an abnormal feeling.
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Paresthesia information sheet compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).
Paresthesia is a sensation of numbness or tingling on the skin. Read some conditions that can be medical causes, as well details on symptoms.
Paresthesia occurs when part of the body gets tingly or "falls asleep." Though paresthesia is usually not serious, in rare cases...
paresthesia /parÃ‚Â·esÃ‚Â·theÃ‚Â·sia/ (parÃ¢â‚¬Â³es-theÃ‚Â´zhah) morbid or perverted sensation; an abnormal sensation, as burning, prickling, formication, etc.