plantar reflex

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plantar reflex

[′plan·tər ′rē‚fleks]
(physiology)
Flexion of the toes in response to stroking of the outer surface of the sole, from heel to little toe.
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Joseph Babinski (1857-1932) contributed to the field of neurology not only by describing the plantar skin reflex that today bears his name, but also by investigating a wide range of pathology from cerebellar asynergy to adiadochokinesis, dysmetria, anosognosia or cerebellar catalapsy (Furukawa 2014).
En el seguimiento por la consulta externa durante un ano despues de su alta, se encuentra retraso en el lenguaje, con persistencia de la ataxia troncal, con espasticidad predominante en extremidades inferiores, hiperreflexia universal y Babinski bilateral.
Subsequently, Cook et al (6) examined the reliability and sensitivity of 7 clinical tests: Babinski sign, clonus, Hoffmann sign, inverted supinator sign, hand withdrawal reflex, suprapatellar quadriceps reflex, and upper extremity deep tendon reflexes.
What followed was a recapitulation of the history of hysteria from Charcot and Freud to Babinski, without forgetting Bernheim, quoted as saying that hysteria is a "complex and protean disease that escapes from any definition" (Breton 949).
Krups has adopted an educational approach through its partnership with champion barista Charles Babinski, which includes demonstrations, educational videos, displays and brochures.
Duchenne's muscular dystrophy is named after an associate, as are Tourette's syndrome, the Babinski reflex, and the Stanford-Binet IQ test.
Kooperasyonu bozulan hastada ajitasyon ve sagda Babinski bulgusu ortaya cikti.
He was mute, unresponsive, had a babinski and was moving only the right side.
Norolojik muayenesinde bilinc acik, pupiller izokorik, direkt ve indirekt isik refleksleri bilateral pozitif saptanan hastada tonus normal, Babinski refleksi flexor, kranial sinir muayeneleri ve serebellar testler dogaldi.
Some of the earliest operations involved extensive coordination between nearly every logistics unit in theater, and NDTA-forged connections helped bridge the gap between different organizations and processes to make everything work," Babinski said.
Laurie Babinski, an attorney with the law firm of Baker Hostetler in Washington, D.