Abounding back or return of an impulse or body. R. Arc, R. Movement, the stimulus of an afferent nerve, and the transference or return, by a center, of the impiiNe . through an efferent nerve, resulting in movement c . function of a peripheral organ. es may be mot r. sensory, secretory, tactile or inhibitory. A table of reflexes is appended. R., Crossed. See Crossed. R-. 1 Cutaneous, that arising from stimulation of the skin. R., Deep, the so-called tendon-reflex, such as the knee jerk, ankle-clonus, etc. R. Epilepsy, epileptic set r> due to reflex influences, such as irritation fnwi a cicatrix, etc; genuine cases are rare. R. Neurosis. See ATeurosis. R., Reinforced. See Reinfon R., Tendon, muscle reflex action; myotatic react t n: deep reflex. Sec, also, Clonus. R., Vestigial, a re flex due to conditions, or to the environment. “I affected one’s ancestry, but which does not affect 11 , subject of the reflex. R., Watered-silk, a vivid ro’ often existing in the retina of children, espcci 11 v pronounced along the vessels, changing its place with every movement of the mirror, and giving tfle retiiu # luster somewhat like that of watered silk.
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