latent reflex

la·tent re·flex

a reflex that must be considered normal but that usually appears only under some pathologic circumstance that lowers its threshold.
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latent reflex

n.
A reflex considered normal but usually appearing only with a pathological condition that makes its manifestation more likely.
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la·tent re·flex

(lā'tĕnt rē'fleks)
A reflex that must be considered normal but usually appears only under some pathologic circumstance that lowers its threshold.
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la·tent re·flex

(lā'tĕnt rē'fleks)
Reflex that must be considered normal but usually appears only under some pathologic circumstance that lowers its threshold.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012