If hyperesthesia is well marked local anodynes may be needed to relieve suffering.
hyperesthesia is difficult to detect in a nervous, irritable animal, and sometimes even in a horse of less sensitive temperament.
During the acute stage of inflammation there is to be detected local hyperthermia, some hyperesthesia and a little swelling.
This condition persisted apparently for five years more, by the end of which time the anesthesia had turned into a hyperesthesia.
hyperesthesia (or increased sensitiveness) is a starvation neurosis occurring especially in unrecognised scurvy.
There are likely to be spots of hyperesthesia or hypesthesia or even complete anesthesia somewhere on the skin.
hyperesthesia hy·per·es·the·sia or hy·per·aes·the·sia (hī'pər-ĭs-thē'zhə)
An abnormal or pathological increase in sensitivity to sensory stimuli, as of the skin to touch or the ear to sound. Also called oxyesthesia.