epicritic sensibility

epicritic sensibility
эпикритическая чувствительность

Англо-русский словарь по авиационной медицине. 2013.

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  • epicritic sensibility — the sensibility of the skin to precise stimulations which furnishes the means for making fine discriminations of touch and temperature. Cf. protopathic s …   Medical dictionary

  • sensibility — The consciousness of sensation; the capability of perceiving sensible stimuli. [L. sensibilitas] articular s. appreciation of sensation in joint surfaces. SYN: arthresthesia, joint sense. bone s. SYN: pallesthesia …   Medical dictionary

  • epicritic — That aspect of somatic sensation which permits the discrimination and the topographical localization of the finer degrees of touch and temperature stimuli. Cf.:protopathic. [G. epikritikos, adjudicatory, fr. epi, on, + krino, to separate, judge]… …   Medical dictionary

  • protopathic sensibility — sensibility to crude stimulations such as pain, temperature, and some forms of touch, which acts as a defensive agency against pathologic changes in the tissues. Cf. epicritic s …   Medical dictionary

  • W. H. R. Rivers — Photograph of Rivers taken by Henry Maull Born 12 March 1864(1864 03 12) …   Wikipedia

  • protopathic — Denoting a supposedly primitive set or system of peripheral sensory nerve fibers conducting a low order of pain and temperature sensibility that is poorly localized. Cf.:epicritic. [proto + G. pathos, suffering] * * * pro·to·path·ic .prōt ə path… …   Medical dictionary

  • Cutaneous innervation — refers to the area of the skin which is supplied by a specific cutaneous nerve. Dermatomes are similar; however, a dermatome only specifies the area served by a spinal nerve. In some cases, the dermatome is less specific (when a spinal nerve is… …   Wikipedia

  • Henry Head — Infobox Scientist name = Sir Henry Head box width = image width = caption =Photograph of Head c. 1895 birth date =birth date|1861|8|4 birth place =Stoke Newington, London Borough of Hackney death date =death date and age|1940|10|8|1861|8|4 death… …   Wikipedia

  • sensory reception, human — Introduction  means by which humans react to changes in external and internal environments.   Ancient philosophers called the human senses “the windows of the soul,” and Aristotle described at least five senses sight, hearing, smell, taste, and… …   Universalium

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