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Ba·bin·ski

(bă-bin'skē),
Joseph F., French neurologist, 1857-1932. See: Babinski phenomenon, Babinski sign, Babinski reflex, Babinski syndrome.
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(27) Babinski's report was published as Recherches servant a etablir que certaines manifestations hysteriques peuvent etre transferees d'un sujet a un autre sous l'influence de l'aimant (Paris: Delahaye and Lecrosnier, 1886).
The first two chapters of Babinski's Leaving the Fold give a basic background of the history and beliefs of fundamentalism.
It is clear that legal proceedings like the Babinskis' are likely to increase and that the "deep-pocket" party, usually the employer, will be joined in any such legal proceeding.
Coincido con Navarro (3) en que la costumbre no hace admisible el uso incorrecto de un termino, y que los apellidos extranjeros escritos con el alfabeto latino deben conservar su grafia original, en lugar de aceptar servilmente su transliteracion a otro idioma, por lo que debo corregir y recalcar que la forma correcta del eponimo es: BABINSKI
A la exploracion se observo microcefalia, postura extensora de las extremidades, hipotonia axial e hipertonia generalizada, reflejos osteotendinosos aumentados, Babinski bilateral, ausencia de apoyo plantar y marcha refleja.
What weight in the clinical reasoning pathway do you give to a contradictory sign or a recording of 'Babinski sign equivocal'?
Se condujo un estudio extensivo a traves del Internet para identificar documentos historicos relacionados con la vida y trabajo de Babinski y otros medicos que tambien observaron el reflejo desde los siglos 17 y 18.
16, would cover people who gather news for financial gain or for a substantial portion of their time, said Laurie Babinski, counsel to SPJ and a lawyer at Baker Hostetler in Washington, D.C.
Friedreich ataxia (FA) is an autosomal recessive spinocerebellar syndrome with onset before age 25, characterized by progressive cerebellar ataxia, dysarthria, areflexia, sensory loss in lower limbs, pyramidal weakness, and Babinski signs (1).
To the Editor.--We read with interest the paper written recently by Jay on the Sign of Babinski.(1) We agree that Babinski did "his most famous communication on the reflex only 28 lines long."(1) However, we disagree with Jay on the correlation between this communication and the so-called Babinski sign; Joseph Babinski never called the upgoing toe as such.
Dysphagia, imbalance, and hiccups were added in the follow-up, and a neurologic examination on the ninth day showed limitation of downward movements in his right eye and vertical nystagmus, mild deviation of his tongue to the right, paresis of the right palatal arch, and left Babinski sign.