Sense of Touch Disorders?

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Tactile disorders, or sensory processing disorders, affect the sense of touch. Primary tactile disorders consist of an inability to discriminate elementary somatosensory aspects. This may include the loss of pressure sensitivity, elevated two-point discrimination, loss of vibratory sense or deficits in proprioception.
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