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Par(a) - around/ beside/ beyond/ abnormal

esthes - sesation/ sensitivity/ feeling/ abnormal

-ia - condition/ state/ thing

Condition of abnormal sensation

The "a" in the prefix para is dropped for this word and the "i" in esthesi is also dropped.

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