Low Sensitivity

Low sensitivity refers to when a dermatome is stimulated but no sensation is perceived. It can mean that the nerve to that specific dermatome has been injured. Dermatomes represent specific regions of nerve reception of sensory impulses. Dermatomes are located on the anterior body and the posterior body and are consecutive in the neck and torso regions.


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