Dyscheiria



dyscheiria dys·chei·ri·a or dys·chi·ri·a (dĭs-kī’rē-ə)
n.
The inability to recognize which side of the body has been touched even though there is no apparent loss of sensation.
dys·chei’ral adj.

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