Galant reflex

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Ga·lant re·flex

(gă-lan[h]'),
a deep abdominal reflex in which there is a contraction of the abdominal muscles on tapping the anterior superior iliac spine.

Galant reflex

[gəlant′]
a normal response in the neonate when held in ventral suspension (face down) to move the hips toward the stimulated side when the back is stroked along the spinal cord. The reflex disappears by about 4 weeks of age. Absence of the reflex may indicate spinal cord lesion. Also called trunk incurvation reflex.
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Elicitation of the Galant reflex

Ga·lant re·flex

(gă-lahnt' rēfleks)
A deep abdominal reflex in which there is a contraction of the abdominal muscles on tapping the anterior superior iliac spine.

Galant,

Nikolay Fedorovich, Russian hygienist, 1893–.
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Galant reflex - a deep abdominal reflex in which there is a contraction of the abdominal muscles on tapping the anterior superior iliac spine. Synonym(s): lower abdominal periosteal reflex