Tuččit
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sous-classe deAsken, trouble somatosensoriel Ẓreg
spécialité médicaledermatologie Ẓreg
identifiant Patientplusitching-pro Ẓreg

Tuččit d afray id yesskanayen turit (lebɣi) s wekmaz maca ur yettwasismel ara d talmest seg yifrayen, Acku tasnujjya tatrart tessken-d d akken tuččit d tin imalen neɣ yettemcabin ar takma (leqriḥ), Anda isalan ttasen-asen-d sɣur inzizen inessuren iwer imyiliyen yellan deg weglim yakk yettili-d usiweṭ n isalan s talɣa tulmist sɣur sin n inagrawen igejdanen igan d Adis n usensul yakk d tkemmust n inessuren. Maca anaw n tririt yemgarad, acku takma tla (tesɛa) alday amuli, ma d tuččit tettawi ar wekmaz .[1][2]

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Azal n 280 n imelyan n yimdanen deg umadal yakk (ayen yegdan 4%) tettaɣ-iten tuččit i yisragen yemgaraden

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  1. a b c d e f g Ikoma A, Steinhoff M, Ständer S, Yosipovitch G, Schmelz M (2006). "The neurobiology of itch". Nat. Rev. Neurosci. 7 (7): 535–47. doi:10.1038/nrn1950.Talɣa:PMID.
  2. Greaves MW, Khalifa N (2004). "Itch: more than skin deep". Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 135(2): 166–72. doi:10.1159/000080898.Talɣa:PMID.