Scalp dysesthesia.

  title={Scalp dysesthesia.},
  author={Diane Marie Hoss and Saya Segal},
  journal={Archives of dermatology},
  volume={134 3},
BACKGROUND Cutaneous dysesthesia syndrome is a disorder characterized by chronic cutaneous symptoms without objective findings. Patients complain of burning, stinging, or itching, which is often triggered or exacerbated by psychological or physical stress. These symptoms may be manifestations of an underlying psychiatric disorder or may represent a type of chronic pain syndrome. OBSERVATIONS Eleven women presented with chronic severe pain and/or pruritus of the scalp only without objective… CONTINUE READING
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