Partial numbness is a type of numbness and sensory loss. It may be perceived as losing feeling in a part of the body, and there may also be abnormal nerve sensations affecting that region. Partial numbness may progress to total numbness of the affected region, depending on the cause.
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Causes List for Partial numbness
Possible causes of Partial numbness (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- AIDS (tingling, tingling sensation)
- AL amyloidosis (tingling, tingling feeling)
- Achondroplasia (tingling)
- Acromegaly (Paresthesia)
- Acromicric dysplasia (tingling)
- Acute Porphyrias (tingling)
- Acute compartment syndrome (tingling)
- Acute hepatic porphyria (Paresthesia)
- Acute intermittent porphyria (Paresthesia)
- Adiposis dolorosa (Paresthesia)
- Adrenocortical carcinoma (Paresthesia)
- Alopecia (Paresthesia)
- Alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase deficiency type 1 ...
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- Source: Algorithmically Generated List
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