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Chaddock reflex is a diagnostic reflex similar to the Babinski reflex. It is designed to identify lesions of the pyramidal tract, [1] via stimulation of the skin over the lateral malleolus.

It was identified by Charles Gilbert Chaddock in 1899.[2]

References

  1. r_06/12698386 at Dorland's Medical Dictionary
  2. Goetz CG (2002). "History of the extensor plantar response: Babinski and Chaddock signs". Seminars in neurology. 22 (4): 391–8. doi:10.1055/s-2002-36761. PMID 12539060.




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