Kernig

Ker·nig

(ker'nig),
Vladimir, Russian physician, 1840-1917. See: Kernig sign.
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During the physical examination, his neurological evaluation showed him to have normal motor tone and strength, preserved sensation, intact cranial nerves, a Glasgow Coma Scale score of 10 (of 15), nuchal rigidity, negative Brudzinski's sign, and negative Kernig's sign.
Upon admission to the hospital, the patient was found lethargic with a Glasgow coma scale of 8, showing vestibular signs, nucal rigidity positive Brudzinski and Kernig signs, hyperesthesia, ataxia, persistent fever above 39[degrees]C (102.2 [degrees]F), anasarca, pulmonary edema, hepatomegaly, and maculopapular rash on the face and extremities.
A nivel neurologico tenia rigidez de nuca, signo de Kernig y Brudzinsky positivos, con Glasgow 15 y sin alteraciones de pares craneales.
Sinir sistemi muayenesinde ense sertligi, Kernig ve Brudzinski bulgulari, taban derisi refleksi negatifti ve herhangi bir motor defisiti yoktu.
Our physical examination revealed a stiff neck, with positive Kernig and Brudzinski signs but no focal deficits.
During neurological examination, he was conscious, cooperative, and positive for neck stiffness and Kernig's and Brudzinski's signs, suggestive of the main findings of meningeal irritation.
Headache, Vomiting, Fever, Altered sensorium, Nuchal rigidity, Kernig's sign, Brudzinski's sign Papilloedema on fundoscopy, plantar extensor.
His vital signs were remarkable for an isolated fever of 37.8[degrees]C associated with Kernig's sign.