13 Knee and ankle clonus
1986  Major and 13f Transient loss of Huizenga sensation below the 1988  waist and inability to move LL after fall on rib hub 5f No 11m No Deguchi 12f Weakness of the LL, et al.
They reported the most sensitive test was an exaggerated patellar tendon reflex (94%), followed by the Hoffmann sign (81%), Babinski sign (53%), and ankle clonus
Physical examination revealed left ankle clonus
, positive Babinski sign on the left, and left lower extremity weakness.
It was found that marked bilateral ankle clonus
and bilateral Babinski signs.
Motor examination of the lower limbs showed hypertonia hyperreflexia ankle clonus
and bilaterally up going planters.