Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Producing an increased tendency to reflex motions.

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  • adjective That causes a reflex.

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Examples

  • The discovery of the reflexogenic role of the cardio-aortic and the carotid sinus areas in the regulation of respiration, above all, earned C. Heymans the Nobel Prize in 1938.

    Corneille Heymans - Biography

  • Simultaneous vibratory stimulation of both surfaces of the penis at high frequency 70-110Hz for about 7-10 minutes can lead to reflexogenic activation of sexual pathways that initiate gradual filling of the penis with arterial blood by activating the Nitric oxide synthase mediated pudendo-cavernosal reflex.

    Gizmodo

  • Sensory pathways, which are important in reflexogenic erections, transmit information to the CNS via the dorsal penile nerve and the pudendal nerve.

    Health News from Medical News Today

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