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spitz-stumpf Diskrimination

English translation: sharp/blunt differentiation

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German term or phrase:sptiz-stumpf diskrimination
English translation:sharp/blunt differentiation
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16:24 Jan 24, 2004
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Medical - Medical (general)
German term or phrase: spitz-stumpf Diskrimination
spitz-stumpf discrimination - same context as the abbreviations (testing nerve reactions/reflexes). I get the idea but don't know the english term.
davidgreen
sharp/blunt differentiation
Explanation:
This is really a guess, and there was only one Google reference in original English, so there might be another term. ".. testings performed for evaluation included two- point discrimination, static light
touch with cotton wool wisp and sharp/blunt differentiation with a dental ..."
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Melanie Nassar
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Local time: 11:07
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thanks I found a lot more references to this by playing with the word order
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sharp/blunt differentiation


Explanation:
This is really a guess, and there was only one Google reference in original English, so there might be another term. ".. testings performed for evaluation included two- point discrimination, static light
touch with cotton wool wisp and sharp/blunt differentiation with a dental ..."



    Reference: http://www.epub.org.br/ojdom/vol05n01/caso29/nervin03.htm
Melanie Nassar
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thanks I found a lot more references to this by playing with the word order
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