algesia

  • 1 algesia — f. neurol. Sensibilidad al dolor. Medical Dictionary. 2011 …

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  • 2 Algesia — Algesia, from the Greek word algesis , is the sensitivity to pain. The term is sometimes used to refer to hyperalgesia (an extreme sensitivity).Analgesics, most commonly known as painkillers, are used to reduce the feeling of pain …

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  • 3 algesia — s. f. Sensibilidade à dor …

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  • 4 algesia — algesic /al jee zik, sik/, adj. /al jee zee euh, see euh/, n. Med. sensitivity to pain; hyperesthesia. [ < NL < Gk álges(is) feeling of pain + NL ia IA] * * * …

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  • 5 algesia — noun sensitivity to pain …

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  • 6 algesia — SYN: algesthesia. [G. algesis, a sense of pain] * * * al·ge·sia al jē zē ə, jē zhə n sensitivity to pain al·ge·sic jē zik, sik adj * * * al·ge·sia (al jeґze ə) 1. nociception. 2. excessive sensitivity to pain, a type of hyperesthesia.… …

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  • 7 -algesia — ► Elemento sufijal que entra en la formación de palabras con el significado de sensación dolorosa, sufrimiento: analgesia …

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  • 8 algesia — ► femenino MEDICINA Sensibilidad al dolor …

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  • 9 algesia — al·ge·sì·a s.f. TS med. sensibilità al dolore Contrari: analgesia. {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1892. ETIMO: der. del gr. álgēsis, der. di álgos dolore , con 1 ia …

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  • 10 algesia — pl.f. algesie …

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  • 11 algesia — n. extreme sensitivity to pain …

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  • 12 algesia — al·ge·sia …

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  • 13 algesia —   n. sensitiveness to pain.    ♦ algesic, a. feeling pain.    ♦ algesimeter, n. instrument for measuring this.    ♦ algetic, a. causing pain …

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  • 14 algesia — …

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  • 15 Tramadol — Systematic (IUPAC) name …

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  • 16 Conotoxin — Alpha conotoxin precursor α Conotoxin PnIB from C. pennaceus, disulfide bonds shown in yellow. From the University of Michigan s Orientations of Proteins in Membranes database, PDB …

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  • 17 EP1 receptor — Prostaglandin E receptor 1 (subtype EP1) is a 42kDa prostaglandin receptor. PTGER1 is its human gene.cite web | title = Entrez Gene: PTGER1 prostaglandin E receptor 1 (subtype EP1), 42kDa| url = http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?Db=gene… …

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  • 18 hypalgesia — hypalgesic, adj. /hip al jee zee euh, see euh, huy pal /, n. decreased sensitivity to pain (opposed to hyperalgesia). Also, hypalgia /hi pal jeuh, jee euh, huy /. [1880 85; HYP + ALGESIA] * * * …

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  • 19 hyperalgesia — hyperalgesic, hyperalgetic /huy peuhr al jet ik/, adj. /huy peuhr al jee zee euh, see euh/, n. an exaggerated sense of pain (opposed to hypalgesia). Also, hyperalgia /huy peuhr al jee euh, jeuh/. [1895 1900; HYPER + ALGESIA] * * * …

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  • 20 hyperesthesia — hyperesthetic /huy peuhr euhs thet ik/, adj. /huy peuhr euhs thee zheuh, zhee euh, zee euh/, n. Pathol. an abnormally acute sense of pain, heat, cold, or touch; algesia. Also, hyperaesthesia. Cf. hypesthesia. [1840 50; HYPER + ESTHESIA] * * * …

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