Congenital insensitivity to pain CIP , also known as congenital analgesia , is one or more rare conditions in which a person cannot feel and has never felt physical pain. Because feeling physical pain is vital for survival, CIP is an extremely dangerous condition. For people with this disorder, cognition and sensation are otherwise normal; for instance, patients can still feel discriminative touch though not always temperature  , and there are generally no detectable physical abnormalities. Because children and adults with the disorder cannot feel pain, they may not respond to problems, thus being at a higher risk of more severe diseases. Children with this condition often sustain oral cavity damage both in and around the oral cavity such as having bitten off the tip of their tongue or fractures to bones.
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Anestesia epidural a un niño con fractura de fémur e insensibilidad congénita al dolor