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allochiria


allochiria

noun al·lo·chi·ria

Definition of ALLOCHIRIA

:  a condition associated with a central nervous lesion in which sensation is referred to a locus on the side of the body opposite to the place on which the skin is stimulated

Variants of ALLOCHIRIA

al·lo·chi·ria also al·lo·chei·ria \ˌal-ə-ˈkir-ē-ə\
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