Analgesia

Analgesia is the medical name for loss of pain sensation. It usually refers to large-scale areas of lack of sensation, whereas simpler terms are used for small sensory loss: numbness, tingling, paresthesias, etc. Severe analgesia is often a sign of spinal cord disease or spinal cord injury. ...

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Causes

Analgesia refers to large-scale loss of sensation. For smaller areas of loss of pain sensation, consider other symptoms such as:

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Causes List for Analgesia

Possible causes of Analgesia (or similar symptoms) may include:1

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Types

Types of analgesia (sensory loss) include:

Anatomical areas of analgesia (or numbness) include:

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References

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