statokinetic reflex


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stat·o·ki·net·ic re·flex

a reflex that, through stimulation of the receptors in the neck muscles and semicircular canals, brings about movements of the limbs and eyes appropriate to a given movement of the head in space.
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statokinetic reflex

(stăt′ō-kĭ-nĕt′ĭk, -kī-)
n.
A reflex that, through stimulation of the receptors in the neck muscles and semicircular canals, brings about movements of the limbs and eyes appropriate to a given movement of the head.
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stat·o·ki·net·ic re·flex

(stat'ō-ki-net'ik rē'fleks)
An action that, through stimulation of the receptors in the neck muscles and semicircular canals, brings about movements of the limbs and eyes appropriate to a given movement of the head in space.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

stat·o·ki·net·ic re·flex

(stat'ō-ki-net'ik rē'fleks)
Reflex that, through stimulation of receptors in neck muscles and semicircular canals, brings about movements of limbs and eyes appropriate to a given movement of head in space.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012