Symptom: Numbness At Top And Back Of Head

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Numbness At Top And Back Of Head

Numbness at top and back of head is a condition in which there is lack of sensation or feeling in certain areas inside the skull. Numbness at top and back of the head may also be known as paresthesia of the head or head paresthesia, which is the medical term for numbness of the skin. Paresthesia of the head, or numbness at top and back of head, may also cause a tingling or even itchy sensation. Numbness at top and back of head may be caused by a neurological disorder, including stroke, tumor in the spinal cord or brain, damage to the nerves and more.

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Last updated on Nov 01 2011 at 04:39
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