Galant reflex

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Ga·lant re·flex

(gă-lan[h]'),
a deep abdominal reflex in which there is a contraction of the abdominal muscles on tapping the anterior superior iliac spine.
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Ga·lant re·flex

(gă-lahnt' rēfleks)
A deep abdominal reflex in which there is a contraction of the abdominal muscles on tapping the anterior superior iliac spine.
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Galant,

Nikolay Fedorovich, Russian hygienist, 1893–.
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Galant reflex - a deep abdominal reflex in which there is a contraction of the abdominal muscles on tapping the anterior superior iliac spine. Synonym(s): lower abdominal periosteal reflex
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