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tendon-jerk and muscle-jerk in disease, and especially in posterior sclerosis
S. Weir Mitchell
Reprinted from The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, October, 1886.
|Other titles||American journal of the medical sciences.|
|Statement||by S. Weir Mitchell and Morris J. Lewis.|
|Contributions||Lewis, Morris J. 1852-1928.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Title(s): The tendon-jerk and muscle-jerk in disease, and especially in posterior sclerosis/ by S. Weir Mitchell and Morris J. Lewis. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [Philadelphia?]: [publisher not identified], [?].
The tendon-jerk and muscle-jerk in disease, and especially in posterior sclerosis. Am J Med Sci. ; 92 22 Mitchell S W, Dercum F X. Nervous diseases and their treatment: general considerations.
In: Dercum FX, by: The tendon-jerk and the muscle-jerk in disease, especially in posterior sclerosis. Am J Med Sci. ; Cited by: 5. The tendon-jerk and muscle-jerk in disease, and especially in posterior sclerosis.
Am J Med Sci Physiological studies of the knee-jerk, and of the reactions of muscles under mechanical and other. Weir Mitchell S, Lewis MJ () The tendon-jerk and muscle-jerk in disease, and especially in posterior sclerosis.
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degeneration of the posterior columns and of the " root zone ' on the affected side, while this zone on the healthy side was Tendon-jerk and Muscle-jerk in Diseases, especially with Reference to Posterior Sclerosis of the Spinal Cord.
New York Med, Record,xxx, 1. The knee jerk was first described by Erb and Westphal in In subsequent years neurologists used direct finger taps and light-weight chest percussion hammers, but these proved to be inadequate.
tendon jerk: [ jerk ] a sudden reflex or involuntary movement. Achilles jerk (ankle jerk) plantar extension of the foot elicited by a tap on the achilles tendon, while the patient is seated on a bed or chair, with feet hanging freely; called also Achilles reflex and triceps surae jerk.
Start studying Tendon jerk reflex. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Allum JHJ, Adkin AL, Carpenter MG, Held-Ziolkowska M, Honegger F, Pierchala. Trunk sway measures of postural stability during clinical balance tests: effects of a unilateral vestibular deficit.
Tennis elbow and Achilles tendinitis are examples of tendon-related disorders. They are also forms of musculoskeletal tendon is the connector that transfers power from your muscle generators to your skeletal structure to create movement.
For example, myoclonic jerking may develop in patients with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, or Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. Myoclonic jerks commonly occur in persons with epilepsy, a disorder in which the electrical activity in the brain becomes disordered leading to seizures.".
Mitchell SW, Lewis MJ. Tendon-jerk and muscle-jerk in disease and especially in posterior sclerosis. Am J Med Sci. ; – Pallant JF, Tennant A. An introduction to the Rasch measurement model: an example using the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) Br J Clin Psychol.
; 46 (Pt 1):1– Often it is a combination of factors that leads to a tendon disorder, and every situation is unique. Causes can include overuse as well as age, injury, or disease related changes in the tendon.
Risk factors for tendon disorders can include excessive force, repetitive movements, frequent overhead reaching, vibration, and awkward postures. Tendon-jerk and muscle-jerk in disease and especially in posterior sclerosis. The ABILHAND questionnaire as a measure of manual ability in chronic stroke patients: Rasch-based validation and relationship to upper limb impairment.
Stroke (). A quantitative analysis of the eyes-open results shows `,'of sway occurring in the centroidal block. Anterior-posterior range is cm, while lateral range is cm. Total sway area is cmZ. In comparison, the eyes-closed summary indicates an anterior-posterior range increase to cm and a lateral range increase to cm.
Original Contributions Designing a Better Postural Measurement System ROBERT O. ANDRES, PH.D.,* AND DAVID J. ANDERSON, PH.D.'~ For more than a century the phenomenon of postural sway has attracted the atten- tion of neurologists, control engineers, and otoneurologists, because body sway provides a global assessment of the sensorimotor systems involved in postural.
The two main types of tendon diseases are tendinitis, or inflammation of the tendon itself, which affects tendons without sheaths, and tenosynovitis, inflammation of the tendon sheath, which affects tendons with sheaths.
Tennis elbow is a condition resulting from the overuse of the wrist and forearm. Tendon diseases can affect any joint in the.
The tendon-jerk and muscle-jerk in disease, and especially in posterior sclerosis. Am J Med Sci ; 6. Mitchell SW, Dercum FX. Nervous diseases and their treatment: general consideration. In: Dercum FX, ed. A text-book on nervous diseases by American authors.
Philadelphia: Lea Brothers & Co. in Nervous System Disorders and Diseases Dystonia is the term that is used to refer to a number of movement disorders that may have varying origins. The common symptom of these conditions is the presence of spasms and contractions in the muscles.Disease and disorder might arise in the body’s muscles and tendons (or ligaments).
Read about disorders such as spasms, Dupuytren’s contracture, muscle tumors, tendon inflammation, tendon nodules and tendon sheath inflammation.antero-posterior, Y being vertical and Z being medio-lateral).
After parallax correction of the jerk and muscle-jerk in disease and especially in posterior sclerosis. Am. 1. Med. Sci. 92, ROMBERG. M. H.
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