intrinsic reflex

in·trin·sic re·flex

a reflex muscular contraction elicited by the application of a stimulus, usually stretching, to the muscle itself as opposed to a muscular contraction caused by an extrinsic stimulus, for example, skin, as in the abdominal skin reflexes.
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intrinsic reflex

n.
A reflex muscular contraction elicited by the application of a stimulus, usually stretching, to the muscle.
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in·trin·sic re·flex

(in-trin'zik rē'fleks)
A reflex muscular contraction elicited by the application of a stimulus, usually stretching, to the muscle itself as opposed to a muscular contraction caused by an extrinsic stimulus, e.g., skin, as in the abdominal skin reflexes.
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