Brudzinski

Brud·zin·ski

(brū-jin'skē),
Josef von, Polish physician, 1874-1917. See: Brudzinski sign.
References in periodicals archive ?
Ense sertligine Kernig ve Brudzinski bulgulari eslik ediyordu.
An initial neurological exam exhibited him to be alert and cooperative (a positive Brudzinski and Kemig sign) and an oral temperature of 102.
Meninks irritasyon bulgulari ense sertligi, Kernig ve Brudzinski isaretleri (Resim 1) pozitif olarak degerlendirildi.
Physical examination showed a positive Kernig sign and negative Brudzinski sign.
5 C), reduced cognitive function, stiff neck, and Kerning and Brudzinski signs were present.
Since the patient did have an equivocal Brudzinski sign, a spinal tap was performed with negative corresponding results.
Lee SC, Brudzinski AM, Yasmineh JL, Johanson NJ, Ferber IA, Maas LK, et al.
Under his direction, Brudzinski said, "A major emphasis will be placed on selling Wace's 'total solution' to client graphic arts needs.
He had neck stiffness without Kernig sign or Brudzinski sign.
Nuchal rigidity, Kernig and Brudzinski signs were positive.
We continue to be focused on our core competency of digital imaging -- storage, access, manipulation, assembly, and transmission," Brudzinski emphasizes.