Anosognosia



anosognosia

anosognosia a·no·sog·no·si·a (ə-nō’sŏg-nō’zē-ə, -zhə)
n.
Real or feigned ignorance of the presence of disease, especially of paralysis.
a·no’sog·no’sic (-nō’zĭk) adj.

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