Achilles Tendon Reflex, was displayed 51 times.Achilles Tendon Reflex :
Achilles tendon reflex a deep tendon reflex consisting of plantar flexion of the foot when a sharp tap is given directly to the tendon of the gastrocnemius muscle at the back of the ankle. This reflex is often absent in people with peripheral neuropathies or diabetes. A sluggish return of the flexed foot may occur in patients with hypothyroidism and lower motor neuron diseases. A hyperactive reflex may be caused by hyperthyroidism or by pyramidal tract disease, as well as by any upper motor neuron disease.
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Accessorius Willisii (Nervus) : Accessorius Willisii (Nervus) nerve that arises by two sets of roots: the presumed cranial, emerging from the side of the medulla, and the presumed spinal, emer...
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Accessory Panceratic Duct : Accessory Panceratic Duct the excretory duct of the head of the pancreas formed from the proximal part of the duct of the embryonic dorsal pancreatic bud, that ...