Rosenbach law

Ro·sen·bach law

(rō'zĕn-bahk),
1. in affections of the nerve trunks or nerve centers, paralysis of the flexor muscles appears later than that of the extensors;
2. in cases of abnormal stimulation of organs with rhythmic functional periodicity, there is often a grouping of the individual acts with corresponding lengthening of the pauses, in such a way that the proportion of total rest and activity remains nearly the same.

Ro·sen·bach law

(rō'zen-bahk law)
In affections of the nerve trunks or nerve centers, paralysis of the flexor muscles appears later than that of the extensors. In cases of abnormal stimulation of organs with rhythmic functional periodicity, there is often a grouping of the individual acts with corresponding lengthening of the pauses, in such a way that the proportion of total rest and activity remains nearly the same.

Rosenbach,

Ottomar, German physician, 1851-1907.
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Rosenbach law - (1) in affections of the nerve trunks or nerve centers, paralysis of the flexor muscles appears later than that of the extensors; (2) in case of abnormal stimulation of organs with rhythmical functional periodicity.
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