Dysesthesia (Greek) is the medical term for a sensory disorder.
It can be a
- non-painful, abnormal discomfort with no discernible stimulus ( paraesthesia ),
- Decrease in sensory sensitivity ( hypoesthesia ),
- Hypersensitivity to all external stimuli ( hyperesthesia ),
- complete numbness ( anesthesia )
act. Since it is "[s] ther and unspecified sensory disorders of the skin," according to ICD-10, also may be able Zönästhesien in the strict sense are expected by this code number. However, both terms are not congruent, they just overlap. By definition, dysesthesia only encompasses sensitivity disorders of the skin, not also organ sensations, as is the case with coenesthesia.