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allocheiria, allochiria (s) (noun); allocheirias, allochirias (pl)
1. Dyschiria in which, if one extremity is stimulated, the sensation is "felt" on the opposite side.
2. A condition associated with a central nervous lesion in which a sensation is referred to a location on the side of the body opposite to the place on which the skin is stimulated.
3. A form of allachesthesia in which the sensation of a stimulus in one limb is referred to the contralateral (opposite side) limb.
4. A condition in which a sensation or stimulus is perceived at a point on the body that is remote from the point that was stimulated and seen in tabes dorsalis and other conditions. Also called: allachesthesia, allesthesia.
This entry is located in the following units: allo-, all- (page 2) cheiro-, cheir-, chiro-, chir-, -cheiria, -chiria + (page 1)