allesthesia
   see allachaesthesia.

Dictionary of Hallucinations. . 2010.

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  • allesthesia — SYN: allochiria. [G. allos, other, + aisthesis, sensation] * * * al·les·the·sia (al″es theґzhə) [all + esthesia] a dysesthesia in which a sensation, as of pain or touch, is experienced at a point remote from that at which the stimulus… …   Medical dictionary

  • visual allesthesia — a condition in which visual images are transposed from one half of the visual field to the other, either vertically or horizontally; called also optical allachesthesia …   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

  • allachesthesia — A condition in which a tactile sensation is referred to a point other than that to which the stimulus is applied. SEE ALSO: allochiria. [G. allache, elsewhere, + aisthesis, sensation] * * * al·la·ches·the·sia (al″ə kes theґzhə)… …   Medical dictionary

  • allochiria, allocheiria — A form of allachesthesia in which the sensation of a stimulus in one limb is referred to the contralateral limb. SYN: allesthesia, alloesthesia, Bamberger sign (2). [allo + G. cheir, hand] …   Medical dictionary

  • alloesthesia — SYN: allochiria. * * * al·lo·es·the·sia (al″o es theґze ah) allesthesia …   Medical dictionary

  • allochiria —    Also known as allocheiria. Both terms stem from the Greek words allos (other) and cheir (hand), translating loosely to other hand . The term allochiria was introduced in or shortly before 1882 by the Austrian neuroanatomist and… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • optical allachesthesia — visual allesthesia …   Medical dictionary

  • allochesthesia — al·lo·ches·the·sia (al″o kes theґzhə) allesthesia …   Medical dictionary

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