Benedek reflex

Ben·e·dek re·flex

(ben'ē-dek),
plantar flexion of the foot caused by tapping the anterior margin of the lower part of the fibula, while the foot is slightly dorsiflexed.

Ben·e·dek re·flex

(ben'ĕ-dek rē'fleks)
Plantar flexion of the foot caused by tapping the anterior margin of the lower part of the fibula while the foot is slightly dorsiflexed.

Benedek,

Ladislaus (László), Austrian neurologist, 1887-1945.
Benedek reflex - plantar flexion of the foot by tapping the anterior margin of the lower part of the fibula, while the foot is slightly dorsiflexed.