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What is Notalgia paresthetica?

What is Notalgia paresthetica?

  • Notalgia paresthetica: A rare sensory nerve disorder involving the nerves radiating from the spine and characterized by areas of skin on the back that suffer itching, burning, lack of sensation and sometimes pigmentation.

Notalgia paresthetica: Introduction

Types of Notalgia paresthetica:

Broader types of Notalgia paresthetica:

How serious is Notalgia paresthetica?

Prognosis of Notalgia paresthetica: the condition tends to disappear on its own with time and no effective treatment has yet been determined

What causes Notalgia paresthetica?

Causes of Notalgia paresthetica: see causes of Notalgia paresthetica

What are the symptoms of Notalgia paresthetica?

Symptoms of Notalgia paresthetica: see symptoms of Notalgia paresthetica

Notalgia paresthetica: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Notalgia paresthetica.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Notalgia paresthetica.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Notalgia paresthetica: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Notalgia paresthetica.
Treatments for Notalgia paresthetica: see treatments for Notalgia paresthetica
Research for Notalgia paresthetica: see research for Notalgia paresthetica

Name of Notalgia paresthetica

Main name of condition: Notalgia paresthetica


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