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A form of sensory neuropathy characterized by itching, burning, or other abnormal sensation affecting the skin of the back in the distribution of the thoracic spinal nerves (T2 to T6).
1930s; earliest use found in Quarterly Cumulative Index Medicus. From scientific Latin notalgia paraesthetica from notalgia + paraesthetica, feminine singular of paraestheticus.
notalgia paraesthetica/nəʊˈtaldʒ(ɪ)ə ˌparɪsˈθɛtɪkə/
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