Analgesia algera



analgesia algera

analgesia algera analgesia al·ger·a (āl’jər-ə)
n.
Spontaneous pain in a portion of the body that is not sensitive to painful stimuli. Also called analgesia dolorosa.

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  • Analgesia

    absence of sense of pain. noun inability to feel pain the relief of pain n. “absence of pain,” 1706, medical Latin, from Greek analgesia “painlessness, insensibility,” from analgetos “without pain, insensible to pain” (also “unfeeling, ruthless”), from an- “not” (see an- (1)) + algein “to feel pain” (see -algia). analgesia an·al·ge·si·a (ān’əl-jē’zē-ə, -zhə) n. A […]

  • Analgesia dolorosa

    analgesia dolorosa analgesia dolorosa analgesia do·lo·ro·sa (dō’lə-rō’sə) n. See analgesia algera.



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    a remedy that relieves or allays pain. of, relating to, or causing , or the relief of pain. Historical Examples (analgesic and Antipyretic): 16—32 ♏, pure or with equal parts glycerin or oil. Merck’s 1899 Manual Merck & Co. adjective of or causing analgesia noun a substance that produces analgesia adj. “tending to remove pain,” […]

  • Analgetic

    see analgesic. analgetic an·al·get·ic (ān’əl-jět’ĭk) n. See analgesic. adj. Having altered pain perception.



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