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cheiralgia, chiralgia (s) (noun) (no pl)
Non-traumatic or neuralgic pain in the hand: Mrs. Edwards thought she might have gout or chiralgia affecting her hand and fingers because they certainly hurt!

Cheiralgia paresthetica refers to compression neuropathy of the superficial branch of the radial nerve, marked by pain and paresthesae when pressure is applied over the course of the nerve.

"Paresthesa" (paresthesiae, plural) indicates any sensation, such as pins and needles, burning, sticking of sharp objects, etc., which occurs spontaneously without external causes in certain diseases of the central or perpheral nervous system.