Benedek reflex

Ben·e·dek re·flex

(ben'ē-dek),
plantar flexion of the foot caused by tapping the anterior margin of the lower part of the fibula, while the foot is slightly dorsiflexed.
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Ben·e·dek re·flex

(ben'ĕ-dek rē'fleks)
Plantar flexion of the foot caused by tapping the anterior margin of the lower part of the fibula while the foot is slightly dorsiflexed.
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Benedek,

Ladislaus (László), Austrian neurologist, 1887-1945.
Benedek reflex - plantar flexion of the foot by tapping the anterior margin of the lower part of the fibula, while the foot is slightly dorsiflexed.
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