Broadbent law

Broad·bent law

(brod'bent),
lesions of the upper segment of the motor tract cause less marked paralysis of muscles that habitually produce bilateral movements than of those that commonly act independently of the opposite side.

Broad·bent law

(brawd'bent law)
Lesions of the upper segment of the motor tract cause less marked paralysis of muscles that habitually produce bilateral movements than of those that commonly act independently of the opposite side.

Broadbent,

Sir William H., English physician, 1835-1907.
Bolton-Broadbent plane - Synonym(s): Bolton plane
Broadbent apoplexy - intracerebral bleeding which penetrates the lateral ventricle of the brain.
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Broadbent law - lesions of the upper segment of the motor tract cause less marked paralysis of muscles that habitually produce bilateral movements than of those that commonly act independently of the opposite side.
Broadbent sign - Synonym(s): Broadbent inverted sign