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Definition of the noun Allodynia
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- Pain produced by innocuous stimulation of normal skin; may result from sensitization of central pain pathways in migraine
Allodynia is a pain due to a stimulus which does not normally provoke pain. Temperature or physical stimuli can provoke allodynia, which may feel like a burning sensation, and it often occurs after injury to a site. Allodynia is different from hyperalgesia, an extreme, exaggerated reaction to a stimulus which is normally painful.
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by Etiony Aldarondo
ETHNOCULTURAL ALLODYNIA Ethnocultwal allodynia is a disturbance in people of color's ability to judge...
We borrowed the term from medicine, where allodynia refers to exaggerated pain sensitivity in response to neutral or relatively ... Like the colonized mentality, ethnocultural allodynia is an injury to the sense of self, wounding healthy narcissism, impairing coping, and obstructing agency.
by Egilius L.H. Spierings, Margarita del Rio Sanchez
Allodynia refers to pain resulting from non-noxious stimulation of normal (looking) tissue and was found in the  external jugular vein  antecubital vein 100 p >. ipsilateral periorbital area during migraine headache in 79% of the 42 patients ...
Nursing, Nursing by CTI Reviews
Allodynia is a pain due to a stimulus which does not normally ...
Porth Pathophysiology (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Allodynia pain from normally mild skin temperatures in the affected area Allodynia is a clinical feature of many painful conditions, such as neuropathies, complex regional pain syndrome, postherpetic neuralgia, fibromyalgia, and migraine.
Medicine, Medicine by CTI Reviews
Allodynia is a pain due to a stimulus which does not normally provoke ...
by Mohanad Al-Sabbagh
or stabbing; paresthesia refers to an altered sensation that is not necessarily unpleasant; allodynia refers to the pain produced by a nonpainful stimulus (light touch); and hyperesthesia is defined as an increased response to a painful stimuli.
by Claudia Sommer
Allodynia is a common symptom. Pressure on the inguinal ligament causes pain and dysesthesias in the distribution of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. Electrophysiological studies of the nerve are difficult to perform. In general, meralgia ...
Surgical Management of Pain (2014)
by Kim J. Burchiel
Tactile allodynia is an everyday event after minor abrasions or sunburn, and also a common feature of neuropathic pain. The pain response upon skin contact is immediate, much too fast for Cfibers, where a delay of a second or more would be ...
Wound Care (2007)
A Collaborative Practice Manual by Carrie Sussman, Barbara M. Bates-Jensen
Allodynia refers to the production of pain (including reflex withdrawal) by a stimulus that does not normally provoke pain, such as the breeze described above." Allodynia can...
Allodynia is a subclassification of hyperalgesia. It is a common ...
Essentials of Pain Medicine (2011)
by Honorio Benzon, Srinivasa N. Raja, Scott E. Fishman, Spencer S Liu, Steven P Cohen
Allodynia is a physical examination finding in many neuropathic pain states and its distribution, frequently nondermatomal, should be documented.1 If a deficit is identified during an initial gross sensory examination, a more in-depth ...
by Stefan Offermanns
Garland Science Publishing, New York Allodynia The sensation of pain, following injury or disease, in response to a...
Tactile allodynia is caused by recruitment of low-threshold (non-nociceptive) sensory fibres (Ap) in nociceptive pathways.
by Jan Dirk Blom
The term allodynia comes from the Greek words allos (other) and odunè (pain), translating loosely to 'other pain'. It is used to denote a condition characterized by pain due to a stimulus that does not normally evoke pain. Pathophysiologically ...
Concise Medical Dictionary (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin
allodynia. n. pain due to a stimulus that would not normally cause pain, such as a light touch or mild changes in temperature. It occurs acutely after injury but also in many chronically painful conditions, including *peripheral neuropathy.
by D. S. Mills, Jeremy N. Marchant-Forde
AllodyniA serving as alarm signals include both the appearance of stimuli not normally present, such as the flashing on the white underside of the tail of the rabbit in flight, and the absence of normal stimuli, such as the elimination of ...
by George P. Rédei
Allodynia one ancestral organism, e.g., hexaploid bread wheat has A, B, and D genomes. ▷autotetraploid, ▷Triticum Allodynia: Allodynia is pain hypersensitivity evoked by innocuous stimuli. ▷pain sensitivity; Tsuda M et al 2003 Nature ...
ALLODYNIA;. BISPHOSPHONATES;. SYMPATHETIC. NERVOUS. SYSTEM. complexion (kom-plék'shon) N. texture, color, and appearance of the skin of the face. compliance (kom-plf'ons) N. degree to which a patient follows medical advice; ...
by Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi
Allodynia: Allodynia occurs when a nonpainful stimulus is felt as painful in spite of normal-appearing tissues and is commonin many neuropathic conditions. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): CRPS is defined as a clinical condition ...
A Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)
by Robert Ireland
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