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- n. extension upward of the toes when the sole of the foot is stroked firmly on the outer side from the heel to the front; normal in infants under the age of two years but a sign of brain or spinal cord injury in older persons
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If a person suffers from left lower extremity paralysis, an elevated left knee jerk reflex, left babinski sign? en Español
SSS Thrombosis Meningitis Headache, fever, vomiting, confusion, seizure, weakness of both LL with bilateral babinski sign
Clinical features of MS Weakness of limbs (UMN type) Loss of strength Fatigue Gait disturbance Exercise induced weakness Spasticity Hyper reflexia babinski