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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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Harrington comments that Babinski 'would eventually repudiate his researches in this area, but his 1886 report became and remained a paradigm for a certain branch of the metalloscopy and transfer experimental enterprise that sought to develop the work along lines best characterized as "fluidist" or "bio-metallic"', (29) and she also discusses the work of Jules Bernard Luys, who directed the school of hypnotism at the La Charite hospital and claimed in a report of 1888 that 'it was possible to transfer between individuals, not only diseases (as Babinski had done) but also mental states.
Al examen neurologico el paciente se encuentra alerta, obedeciendo ordenes sencillas, disartrico, con nistagmus rotacional, paresia facial central derecha, cuadriplejia con contractura en flexion de miembro superior izquierdo, Babinski izquierdo, disdiadococinesia y dismetria bilateral de predominio izquierdo.
Although she includes one chapter about her personal history and refers to her own experiences when relevant, the book is not a collection of personal testimonies as is Babinski's Leaving the Fold.
Babinski failed to state a cause of action, arguing that IBM merely made the EAP available to plaintiff's former wife and son, and this was a family dispute.
There was hyperreflexia and Babinski sign on both sides.
USAF 386th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron Commander Lt Col Jeffrey Babinski, an active A-35er in the Chapter at the time, remembers it vividly.
Also exhibited were consciousness depression (Glasgow Coma Scale 12 points), hyperreflexia, and bilateral Babinski sign.
Hipotonia generalizada, pobre control cefalico a la traccion, apoyo plantar y marcha refleja lenta para la edad, hiperreflexia osteotendinosa, Babinski bilateral.
What would Charcot, Rhomberg or Babinski think of all those computer printouts revealing the answers in black and white, without having to touch the patient?
El signo de Babinski es un fenomeno muy conocido por la mayoria de los estudiantes de medicina aprendido en su curso de diagnostico fisico.