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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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Joseph [Jules Francois Felix] Babinski was the son of Polish immigrants.
This study found that selected combinations of clinical findings that consisted of (1) gait deviation, (2) positive Hoffmann sign, (3) inverted supinator sign, (4) positive Babinski sign, and (5) patients older than 45 years were effective in ruling out and ruling in cervical spine myelopathy.
There, Babinski was presented correctly as a representative of medical science whose aim was erasing hysteria by replacing it with a pithiatism that was curable by persuasive suggestion.
gununde norolojik bakisinda kuadriparezi (ust ekstremitelerde 4/5, alt ekstremitelerde 3/5 kas gucu) ve bilateral Babinski bulgusu mevcuttu.
Kristen Babinski of New York University and her associates presented a case of PML that presented in a 26-year-old man being treated for multiple sclerosis whose only symptom of PML was subacute amotivational syndrome,
Significant findings on physical examination included chronic hemiatrophy involving his entire left face, as well as a Babinski sign on the right.
Neurological examination revealed muscle power of 3/5 in the lower limbs in all the muscle groups, brisk tendon reflexes and bilateral positive Babinski reflexes.
It is recorded in medical files all over the world, but because the history of medicine is only minimally taught, Babinski remains virtually unknown.
Neurological examination disclosed brisk tendon reflexes on both arms and legs with bilateral Babinski and Hoffmann signs.
DeWert, Babinski and Jones (2003) analysed the impact of an online collaborative consultation model for new US teachers that involved the input of eight members of the local university education faculty, four experienced teachers and twelve novice teachers in general education.
Nine (18%) had a positive Babinski sign, reduced rotular reflexes, and altered muscle tone (hypertonia or hypotonia).