* * *ster·eo·an·es·the·sia (ster″e-o-an″es-theґzhə) [stereo- + anesthesia] inability to identify by touch the form, size, weight, and texture of objects, owing to cortical disease or an interruption of nerve tracts. Cf. astereognosis.
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