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NOTALGIA and MERALGIA PARESTHETICA

Molly Heublein, MD
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Notalgia paresthetica and meralgia paresthetica are common sensory neuropathies that cause paresthesias in specific anatomic locations. If you’re anything like our team, these disease entities may sound vaguely familiar but maybe not totally memorable from your school days. In this segment, Dr. Molly Heublein provides us with a practical overview of these two parestheticas and how to diagnose and manage them.

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Loann T. -

Diagnosed meralgia peresthetica in those who puts phones/wallet/keys to the front jean pockets and also toolbelts/walkie-talkie too.

Neda F., MD -

Fascinating! Thank you for sharing this, Loann!

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Clots and OCP's Full episode audio for MD edition 177:43 min - 83 MB - M4APrimary Care RAP December 2018 Written Summary 520 KB - PDF