Anaphia, also known as tactile anesthesia, is a medical symptom in which there is a total or partial absence of the sense of touch. Anaphia is a common symptom of spinal cord injury and neuropathy.
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- Charles Harley Cleaveland (1881). Pronouncing medical lexicon: containing the correct pronunciation and definition of terms used in medicine and the collateral sciences, with addenda ... Lindsay & Blakiston. pp. 20–. Retrieved 7 April 2012.
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