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acrognosis (s) (noun) (no pl)
Normal sensory recognition of the limbs; cenesthesia: When Clive went to see his doctor for a regular checkup, Dr. Robinson said that he was healthy, including acrognosis, which meant that he had the usual sensorial feelings in his arms and legs and of the different parts of each limb in relation to each other.
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