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Brudzinski's sign

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Description of Brudzinski's sign

Brudzinski's sign (medical condition): Involuntary flexion of the leg when flexing the neck....more »

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Brudzinski's sign: A physical sign of meningitis - when the neck is lifted to the chest in a passive patient with meningitis, then the knees and hips will automatically flex.

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Brudzinski's sign as a Disease

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Brudzinski's sign as a Symptom

Brudzinski's sign (symptom): A symptom which occurs in meningitis when flexion...more »

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