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Ankle clonus

Introduction: Ankle clonus

Description of Ankle clonus

Ankle clonus (medical condition): A rhythmical contraction of the calf muscles following a of sudden...more »

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Ankle clonus as a Disease

Ankle clonus (medical condition): See Ankle clonus (disease information).
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Ankle clonus: Related Diseases

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Ankle clonus as a Symptom

Ankle clonus (symptom): a rhythmic contraction of the calf muscles following...more »

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