latent reflex

la·tent re·flex

a reflex that must be considered normal but that usually appears only under some pathologic circumstance that lowers its threshold.

latent reflex

n.
A reflex considered normal but usually appearing only with a pathological condition that makes its manifestation more likely.

la·tent re·flex

(lā'tĕnt rē'fleks)
A reflex that must be considered normal but usually appears only under some pathologic circumstance that lowers its threshold.

la·tent re·flex

(lā'tĕnt rē'fleks)
Reflex that must be considered normal but usually appears only under some pathologic circumstance that lowers its threshold.