Babinski syndrome

Ba·bin·ski syn·drome

(bă-bin'skē),
the combination of cardiac, arterial, and central nervous system manifestations of late syphilis.

Babinski syndrome

An obsolete term that formerly dignified the combination of cardiovascular and neurologic disease of tertiary syphilis.

Ba·bin·ski syn·drome

(bă-bin'skē sin'drōm)
The combination of cardiac, arterial, and central nervous system manifestations of late syphilis.

Babinski,

Joseph François Félix, French neurologist, 1857-1932.
Babinski-Nageotte syndrome - brain lesions resulting in Horner syndrome.
Babinski phenomenon - Synonym(s): Babinski sign (1)
Babinski reflex - Synonym(s): Babinski sign (1)
Babinski sign - (1) extension of the great toe and abduction of the other toes instead of normal flexion reflex to plantar stimulation. Synonym(s): Babinski phenomenon; Babinski reflex; Babinski test; - (2) in hemiplegia, weakness of platysma muscle on affected side. - (3) when patient is in supine position with hands crossed on chest and attempts to sit up, the thigh on the side of an organic paralysis is flexed and heel raised, whereas unaffected side remains flat; - (4) in hemiplegia, the forearm on the affected side turns to a pronated position when placed in a position of supination.
Babinski syndrome - the combination of cardiac, arterial, and central nervous system manifestations of tertiary syphilis.
Babinski test - Synonym(s): Babinski sign (1)
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On physical examination, findings were clear mind, slower verbal reaction, slightly dull, the tongue to the right, limb muscle strength of grade 5, hypermyotonia, hyperreflexia, tendon hyperreflexia, bilateral symmetry for sense of depth, and bilateral Babinski syndrome (+).
On physical examination, she was found to be clear-minded, with slurred speech, shallow right nasolabial fold, tongue to the right, positive right limb paresis test, and right Babinski syndrome (+).