Sensory loss usually refers to loss of feeling or loss of the sense of touch. This is also called “numbness” or partial numbness. There may be loss of pain sensations and also loss of temperature sensation.
There are also other types of sensory loss affecting the other four senses: vision loss
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- Anxiety attack
- Hyperventilation syndrome
- Ocular migraine
- Amigrainous migraine
- Epileptic seizures
Serious Causes: Some of the more serious causes include:More Causes of Sensory Loss »
Causes List for Sensory Loss
Possible causes of Sensory Loss (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 ...
Losing Five Senses: Types of sensory loss include all five senses:
Feeling Loss: The loss of feeling refers to nerve-like sensations such as:
- Tingling ...
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