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acroparesthesia


acroparesthesia

noun ac·ro·par·es·the·sia

Definition of ACROPARESTHESIA

:  a condition of burning, tingling, or pricking sensations or numbness in the extremities present on awaking and of unknown cause or produced by compression of nerves during sleep

Variants of ACROPARESTHESIA

ac·ro·par·es·the·sia or chiefly British ac·ro·par·aes·the·sia \ˌak-rō-ˌpar-əs-ˈthē-zh(ē-)ə\
March 02, 2015
chatoyant Hear it
Having a changeable luster or color
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