atopognosis
   see allachaesthesia.

Dictionary of Hallucinations. . 2010.

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  • atopognosis — ato·pog·no·sis .ā .täp äg nō səs, .tōp n, pl no·ses .sēz absence or loss of the power of topognosia * * * atop·og·no·sis (ə top″og noґsis) atopognosia …   Medical dictionary

  • atopognosis — noun absence or loss of topognosia; inability to locate correctly a point of touch • Syn: ↑atopognosia • Hypernyms: ↑nervous disorder, ↑neurological disorder, ↑neurological disease * * * |ā+ noun Etymology …   Useful english dictionary

  • atopognosia, atopognosis — Sensory inattention; inability to locate a sensation properly. Usually caused by a contralateral parietal lobe lesion. [G. a priv. + topos, place, + gnosis, knowledge] …   Medical dictionary

  • allachaesthesia —    Also known as allachesthesia, allesthesia, allaesthesia, allochaesthesia, allochesthesia, alloesthesia, and atopognosis. The term allachaesthesia comes from the Greek words allache (elsewhere) and aisthanesthai (to notice, to perceive). It… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • atopognosia — atop·og·no·sia (ə top″og noґzhə) [a 1 + topo + gnōsis knowledge + ia] loss of the power of topesthesia; called also atopognosis, topagnosia, and topoanesthesia …   Medical dictionary

  • atopognosia — noun absence or loss of topognosia; inability to locate correctly a point of touch • Syn: ↑atopognosis • Hypernyms: ↑nervous disorder, ↑neurological disorder, ↑neurological disease …   Useful english dictionary

  • nervous disorder — noun a disorder of the nervous system • Syn: ↑neurological disorder, ↑neurological disease • Hypernyms: ↑disorder, ↑upset • Hyponyms: ↑brain damage, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • neurological disease — noun a disorder of the nervous system • Syn: ↑nervous disorder, ↑neurological disorder • Hypernyms: ↑disorder, ↑upset • Hyponyms: ↑brain damage, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • neurological disorder — noun a disorder of the nervous system • Syn: ↑nervous disorder, ↑neurological disease • Hypernyms: ↑disorder, ↑upset • Hyponyms: ↑brain damage, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

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