polymodal

polymodal
a) pertaining to several different forms of sensory information
b) involving more than one sense

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  • polymodal — poly·mod·al mōd əl adj responding to several different forms of sensory stimulation (as heat, touch, and chemicals) <unmyelinated polymodal nociceptors> …   Medical dictionary

  • Polymodal chromaticism — In music, polymodal chromaticism is the use of any and all musical modes sharing the same final simultaneously or in succession and thus creating a texture involving all twelve notes of the chromatic scale (total chromatic). Alternately it is the …   Wikipedia

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  • polymodal hallucination —    see compound hallucination …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • polymodal nociceptor — a nociceptor of unmyelinated nerve fibers, activated by several different types of stimuli such as heat, mechanical pressure, or chemical mediators of inflammation as a result of tissue injury. Called also C fiber n …   Medical dictionary

  • Récepteur polymodal silencieux — Les récepteurs polymodaux silencieux sont des nocicepteurs qui sont activés suite à l’inflammation des tissus lésés. Ces nocicepteurs sont sensibles à la fois aux stimuli nociceptifs thermiques, mécaniques et chimiques. Sommaire 1 Présentation 2… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • C-fiber nociceptor — polymodal n …   Medical dictionary

  • Hallucination — For other uses, see Hallucination (disambiguation). Hallucination Classification and external resources My eyes at the moment of the apparitions by August Natterer …   Wikipedia

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