Numbness is the loss of nerve sensation in a region. Total numbness is the complete loss of sensation, but also common is partial numbness which usually causes sensations called “paresthesias” which usually involve odd sensations such as tingling, burning sensations, “pins-and-needles”, and similar nerve sensations. The causes of
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Specific Causes of Numbness
- numbness or a tingling sensation like pins and needles- which usually starts in one hand and moves up your arm ...
Causes List for Numbness
Possible causes of Numbness (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- AIDS Neurological Complications (loss of sensation)
- AIDS (loss of sensation)
- ALG1-congenital disorder of glycosylation (reduced sensation)
- AL amyloidosis (numbness)
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (numbness)
- Achondroplasia (numbness)
- Acoustic Neuroma (numbness)
- Acromegaly (numbness)
- Acromicric dysplasia (numbness)
- Action myoclonus-renal failure syndrome (loss ...
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