Meralgia paraesthetica

meralgia paraesthetica meralgia par·aes·thet·i·ca (pār’ĭs-thět’ĭ-kə)
Paresthesia in the outer side of the lower thigh in the area of distribution of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. Also called Bernhardt’s disease.


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