quadripedal extensor reflex

qua·dri·pe·dal ex·ten·sor re·flex

extension of the arm of a hemiplegic patient when turned prone as if on all fours.
Synonym(s): Brain reflex
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quadripedal extensor reflex

(kwŏd′rə-pĕd′l, -pēd′l)
n.
Extension of the arm on the affected side in hemiplegia when the patient is positioned to be on all fours.
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qua·dri·pe·dal ex·ten·sor re·flex

(kwahd'ri-ped'ăl eks-ten'sŏr rē'fleks)
Extension of the arm of a hemiplegic patient when turned prone as if on all fours.
Synonym(s): Brain reflex.
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Brain,

Lord W. Russell, English physician, 1895-1966.
Brain reflex - extension of the arm of a hemiplegic patient when turned prone as if on all fours. Synonym(s): quadripedal extensor reflex
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