decreased senditivity to pain, hypoalgesia
пониженная болевая чувствительность, гипоалгезия

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  • Hypoalgesia — or hypalgesia denotes a decreased sensitivity to painful stimuli.Hypoalgesia occurs when nociceptive (painful) stimuli are interrupted or decreased somewhere along the path between the input (nociceptors), and the places where they are processed… …   Wikipedia

  • hypoalgesia — noun /ˈhaɪ.pəʊˌæl.dʒɪiz.ɪi.ə/ A decreased sensitivity to painful stimuli. Ant: hyperalgesia See Also: algesia, analgesia …   Wiktionary

  • hypoalgesia — SYN: hypalgesia. [hypo + G. algesis, a sense of pain] * * * hy·po·al·ge·sia al jē zhə, z(h)ē ə n decreased sensitivity to pain * * * hy·po·al·ge·sia (hi″po al jeґze ə) hypalgesia …   Medical dictionary

  • Congenital insensitivity to pain — Classification and external resources OMIM 243000 147430 DiseasesDB 31214 …   Wikipedia

  • hypalgesia — Decreased sensibility to pain. SYN: hypoalgesia. [G. hypo, under, + algesis, sense of pain] * * * hyp·al·ge·sia .hip əl jē zhə, .hī pal , z(h)ē ə n diminished sensitivity to pain hyp·al·ge·sic jē sik adj * * * n …   Medical dictionary

  • Nociception — (synonym: nocioception or nociperception) is defined as the neural processes of encoding and processing noxious stimuli. [1] It is the afferent activity produced in the peripheral and central nervous system by stimuli that have the potential to… …   Wikipedia

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