*  Reflex - Wikipedia
A reflex, or reflex action, is an involuntary and nearly instantaneous movement in response to a stimulus. A reflex is made possible by neural pathways called reflex arcs which can act on an impulse before that impulse reaches the brain. The reflex is then an automatic response to a stimulus that does not receive or need conscious thought. Myotatic reflexes The myotatic reflexes (also known as deep tendon reflexes), provide information on the integrity of the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. Generally, decreased reflexes indicate a peripheral problem, and lively or exaggerated reflexes a central one.[citation needed] A stretch reflex is the contraction of a muscle in response to its lengthwise stretch. Biceps reflex (C5, C6) Brachioradialis reflex (C5, C6, C7) Extensor ...
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*  Auriculocervical nerve reflex | Article about auriculocervical nerve reflex by The Free Dictionary
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*  Menace reflex - Wikipedia
The menace response is one of three forms of blink reflex. It is the reflex blinking that occurs in response to the rapid approach of an object. The reflex comprises blinking of the eyelids, in order to protect the eyes from potential damage, but may also including turning of the head, neck, or even the trunk away from the optical stimulus that triggers the reflex. Stimulating the menace reflex is used as a diagnostic procedure in veterinary medicine, in order to determine whether an animal's visual system, in particular the cortical nerve, has suffered from nerve damage. Cortical damage, particularly cerebral lesions, can cause loss of the menace reflex while leaving the other blink reflexes, such as the dazzle reflex, unaffected. The presence or absence of the menace reflex, in combination with other reflexes, indicates a locus of damage. ...
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*  The C-fibre reflex of the cat's urinary bladder
1. Reflexes evoked in bladder parasympathetic neurones by electrical stimulation of bladder C afferent fibres were studied in cats anaesthetized with alpha-chloralose. The responses were compared with the ordinary micturition reflex evoked by low-threshold Adelta afferents from bladder mechanoreceptors and mediated by a spino-ponto-spinal reflex pathway. 2. The bladder was catheterized for fluid instillations and pressure recordings. Efferent reflex discharges were recorded from the cut central end of a small distal bladder branch of the pelvic nerve. The remaining bladder pelvic nerve branches were stimulated electrically close to the bladder. 3. Stimulation at C afferent intensity evoked a late reflex discharge in bladder pelvic efferents in all animals. The response was centrally mediated, had a latency of 150-250 ms, and was much weaker after stimulation on the contralateral nerve. 4. The bladder C fibre ...
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*  Self-Organization of Spinal Reflexes Involving Homonymous, Antagonist and Synergistic Interactions - NCCR Robotics
Recent results in spinal research are challenging the historical view that the spinal reflexes are mostly hardwired and fixed behaviours. In previous work we have shown that three of the simplest spinal reflexes could be self-organised in an agonist-antagonist pair of muscles. The simplicity of these reflexes is given from the fact that they entail at most one interneuron mediating the connectivity between afferent inputs and efferent outputs. These reflexes are: the Myotatic, the Reciprocal Inibition and the Reverse Myotatic reflexes. In this paper we apply our framework to a simulated 2D leg model actuated by six muscles (mono- and bi-articular). Our results show that the framework is successful in learning most of the spinal reflex circuitry as well as the corresponding behaviour in the more complicated muscle arrangement.. ...
  https://www.nccr-robotics.ch/publication/self-organization-of-spinal-reflexes-involving-homonymous-antagonist-and-synergistic-interactions/
*  NIOSHTIC-2 Publications Search - 20030730 - Disturbed paraspinal reflex following prolonged flexion-relaxation and recovery.
Repeated measures experimental study of the effect of flexion-relaxation, recovery, and gender on paraspinal reflex dynamics. To determine the effect of prolonged flexion-relaxation and recovery time on reflex behavior in human subjects. Prolonged spinal flexion has been shown to disturb the paraspinal reflex activity in both animals and human beings. Laxity in passive tissues of the spine from fl
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*  Reflex Announces Completion of Telecordia GR-468 Qualification for Its 100GBASE-SR10 CFP Modules | SYS-CON BRASIL
Reflex Photonics, a leading supplier of extreme high-speed optical components that enable high-bandwidth short-reach optical connectivity, today announced the completion of reliability qualification for its 100 Gbps CFP transceivers that are implemented using Reflex Photonics' proprietary LightABLE™ technology. The full compliance of the Reflex 100GBASE-SR10 transceiver as tested per the Telcordia GR-468 standard, is a large milestone for Reflex, as this was the first 100GBASE-SR10 CFP to come to market. The Reflex 100GBASE-SR10 transceiver, compatible with both 100GE and OTU4 data rates, offers significant advantages in cost and power dissipation over competing LR4 options. Reflex's proprietary LightABLE optical engine enables industry-leading low power dissipation and easily creates a roadmap to smaller form factors such as CFP2 and CFP4. With a reach of over 300 m on standard OM3 fiber, the ...
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*  Renorenal reflexes present in young and captopril-treated adult spontaneously hypertensive rats. | Hypertension
In normotensive Sprague-Dawley rats and Wistar-Kyoto (WKY) rats stimulation of renal mechanoreceptors or chemoreceptors by increasing ureteral pressure or renal pelvic perfusion with 0.9 M NaCl results in a contralateral inhibitory renorenal reflex response with contralateral diuresis and natriuresis. However, in 14-15-week-old spontaneously hypertensive rats (SHR) renal sensory receptor stimulation failed to elicit a contralateral inhibitory renorenal reflex response. The present study was performed to examine whether the lack of a renorenal reflex response in SHR was related to elevated arterial pressure by studying the responses to renal sensory receptor stimulation in 5-6-week-old SHR and in 12-16-week-old SHR that had been treated with captopril from 3 weeks of age to prevent the development of hypertension. In 5-6-week-old SHR, mean arterial pressure was 113 +/- 3 mm Hg. Graded increases of ureteral pressure of 15 and 29 mm Hg resulted in graded ...
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*  Sympathetic Activation and Loss of Reflex Sympathetic Control in Mild Congestive Heart Failure | Circulation
Compared with control subjects, baroreceptor stimulation and deactivation were virtually devoid of any reflex effect on HR and sympathetic nerve traffic in patients with severe CHF. Both reflex responses, however, also were clearly reduced in patients with mild CHF, providing the first direct evidence that in the initial stage of CHF the baroreflex also is impaired. Because the degree of this impairment was correlated with the degree of sympathetic activation, it is possible that the former and the latter phenomena are linked by a cause-effect relation, ie, that the sympathetic activation is due to a reduction of reflex sympathetic restraint. The impairment of the baroreflex in patients with CHF deserves further comments. First, this impairment involved to a similar extent the baroreceptor ability to modulate HR and sympathetic nerve traffic. Because baroreceptor modulation of HR depends largely on the vagus,17 39 we can ...
  http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/92/11/3206
*  Protect Data acquires Reflex • The Register
Mobile device security firm Protect Data has acquired privately held UK-base security outfit Reflex Software and its subsidiaries in a deal valued at up to £15m ($28.6m). Protect Data will pay £12.5m in cash up front followed by up to £2.5m more providing Reflex meets sales targets by the end of March 2007.. The deal allows Protect Data to add port and device control technology to its Pointsec data protection product portfolio. Reflex Software and its subsidiaries have 35 employees who brought in sales of £3.1m in the fiscal year ending 31 March 2006. Reflex Software is a holding company managing the shares in Reflex Magnetics Ltd and Reflex Software Europe SARL. Reflex Magnetics' product Disknet Pro allows enterprises and government agencies to control the use of all communication ports on clients, including access to attached peripherals. The technology can be use to prevent data transfer ...
  http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/11/02/protect_data_acquires_reflex/
*  A comparison between certain features of the spinal flexor reflex and of the decerebrate extensor reflex respectively |...
We described recently a difference between the spinal reflex of flexor muscles of knee and ankle on the one hand and the decerebrate crossed reflex of the knee extensor on the other in regard to transmission of the rhythm of the exciting stimulus applied to the afferent nerve. Another difference between these two types of reflexes is exhibited in the form of curve of tension development exhibited in isometric myograms of their tetani. Examination of these shows a divergence which cannot be accounted for by such differences as exist between the tetanic behaviour of the several muscles or motor nerves themselves. I.-Method. The method employed has been the same as in our previous paper. All muscles except that one whose contraction was to be recorded have been paralysed by nerve-section or resection; and the myograph has been of the isometric type with optical registration. As stimuli series of single shocks separated from an inductorium usually coreless have, ...
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*  ITC-UK: We have Reflex's Acorn spares stocks | Drobe.co.uk archives
ITC-UK: We have Reflex's Acorn spares stocks. Published: 1st Nov 2001, 20:44:41 , Permalink , Printable. Picking up from where Reflex Electronics left off, drobe.co.uk speaks with repairers ITC-UK. Reflex Electronics were best known to RISC OS users for their popular repairs'n'spares services. For many years, Reflex had been lifesavers for RISC OS users with poorly machines. Unfortunately, earlier this year (as reported by iconbar.com), Reflex Electronics closed its doors, creating fears of users being unable to repair or source spares for existing RISC OS machines ...
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*  Anal reflex synonyms, anal reflex antonyms - FreeThesaurus.com
Synonyms for anal reflex in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for anal reflex. 26 synonyms for reflex: automatic, spontaneous, instinctive, involuntary, impulsive, knee-jerk, unthinking, automatic, impulsive, instinctive, involuntary.... What are synonyms for anal reflex?
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*  Bulbocavernosus Reflex | Article about Bulbocavernosus Reflex by The Free Dictionary
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*  Oculocephalic and cold caloric reflexes (CN III, IV, VI and VIII) - Deranged Physiology
The oculocephalic reflex and the cold caloric (oculovestibular) reflex are used to test brainstem function in profoundly comatose patients. An intact reflex basically confirms that the brainstem is intact. Involved are all the oculomotor nerves (provided you move the head up and down, not only left and right) as well as the 8th nerve. Of course, one cannot perform this test if one has a ruptured eardrum, or if the ear canal is completely clogged with macerated brain tissue (as is often the case in these base of skull fracture situations). A demonstration of a normal oculocephalic reflex was held for Question 25.4 from the first paper of 2011 - the candidates were expected to explain how this helps in the diagnosis of coma.
  http://www.derangedphysiology.com/main/required-reading/neurology-and-neurosurgery/Chapter%204.6.7/oculocephalic-and-cold-caloric-reflexes-cn-iii-iv-vi-and-viii
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Although generally the phase-dependent modulation of reflexes was maintained in PD, an additional effect appeared in three of them since the amplitude of the cBF reflex responses was selectively increased during the contralateral swing phase. In such cases the crossed responses were considerably larger than the amplitude of the responses in the iBF. In patient 4 (illustrated in Fig. 5) the amplitude of the subtracted responses were often larger than fourfold the maximum background activation encountered during gait. In control subjects the contralateral medium-latency cutaneous reflex responses are normally smaller than the corresponding ipsilateral responses during gait (Van Wezel et al. 1997) and during nonlocomotor tasks (Burke et al. 1991). Furthermore, in our laboratory such high amplitudes of contralateral reflex responses were never observed in healthy subjects during normal gait (Duysens et al. 1990, 1991; Van Wezel et al. 1997).. In ...
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*  Hung-up reflex | Article about hung-up reflex by The Free Dictionary
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*  Mandibular reflex | Article about mandibular reflex by The Free Dictionary
Looking for mandibular reflex? Find out information about mandibular reflex. see nervous system nervous system, network of specialized tissue that controls actions and reactions of the body and its adjustment to the environment.... Explanation of mandibular reflex
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*  Hypogastric reflex | Article about hypogastric reflex by The Free Dictionary
Looking for hypogastric reflex? Find out information about hypogastric reflex. see nervous system nervous system, network of specialized tissue that controls actions and reactions of the body and its adjustment to the environment.... Explanation of hypogastric reflex
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*  Urban Dictionary: Close reflex
The close reflex is a reflex many internet users gain, be it from pop-ups, shock sites or Rick Roll's. The close reflex is triggerd when similar parts of the brain react to an image on a computer screen, like the throat does when fingers or penis are forced into the mouth. Making it related to the gag reflex.
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*  Reflex: Bringing back the analogue SLR camera by REFLEX - Kickstarter
REFLEX is raising funds for Reflex: Bringing back the analogue SLR camera on Kickstarter! Reflex is the first update on a manual 35mm SLR camera system in over 25 years
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*  ReFLEX CES takes over PLDA Group's hardware business
... : Paris, France - February 10, 2015 - ReFLEX CES, a provider of Modified-Off-The-Shelf (MOTS) solutions and turnkey embedded systems, has added the hardware businesses of its sister companies in the PLDA Group, PLDA andAccelize. Effective from January 1st 2015, FPGA-based boards and the SOM (System-on-Module) product lines have been transferred to the ReFLEX CES portfolio. The move is part of the ReFLEX CES strategy …
  http://www10.giscafe.com/nbc/articles/1/1334102/ReFLEX-CES-takes-over-PLDA-Groups-hardware-business
*  What is an example of a reflex action? | Reference.com
A reflex action occurs when the body responds to a stimulus without the involvement of the brain. Batting of eyelids and rapid withdrawal of hands from a hot surface are examples of reflex actions....
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*  Tendon reflex - encyclopedia article - Citizendium
In medicine, a tendon reflex is part of the physical examination and is a "reflex contraction of a muscle in response to stretching, which stimulates muscle proprioceptors."[1] ...
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