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Plantar reflex

Plantar reflex

Plantar reflex: The plantar reflex involves running a key or the end of a blunt instrument along the bottom of the foot from the heel to big toe. The normal outcome is to curl the toes, whereas an abnormal result is extension and separation of the toes, the so-called Babinski sign.

Plantar reflex: Other Names

Other names for Plantar reflex include:

Diseases Associated with Plantar reflex

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