Kisch reflex

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Kisch re·flex

(kish),
closure of the eye in response to stimulation of the skin at the depth of the external auditory meatus.

Kisch re·flex

(kish rē'fleks)
Closure of the eye in response to stimulation of the skin at the depth of the external auditory meatus.

Kisch,

Bruno, German physiologist, 1890-1966.
Kisch reflex - closure of the eye in response to stimulation of the skin at the depth of the external auditory meatus. Synonym(s): auriculopalpebral reflex; Kehrer reflex

Kisch re·flex

(kish rē'fleks)
Closure of eye in response to stimulation of skin at depth of external auditory meatus.