Sensory Symptoms Overview
Sensory symptoms may refer to the sensation of pain (i.e. the sense of touch) or to symptoms affecting any of the other senses. Symptoms of the sense of touch include pain, discomfort, nerve pain, paresthesias, tingling, numbness, and similar symptoms. Other sensory symptoms may include vision symptoms, hearing symptoms, taste symptoms, and smell symptoms.
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- Myopia: Myopia is called near-sightedness in the USA and short-sightedness elsewhere in the English-speaking world. It a vision disorder
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- Hyperopia: Hyperopia, or far-sightedness, is a vision disorder with normal long vision but difficulty with items that are close. Differential
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- Astigmatism: Astigmatism is an eye disorder where there is irregular differences in the field of vision. The disorder is similar to
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- Eye Disorders: Eye disorders can involve vision disorders or physical problems with the eye. Eye disorders may also be called “Ophthalmic Disorders
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- Ear Disorders: Ear disorders are disorders of the physical ear, and may also include hearing disorders and balance disorders. Ear disorders may
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