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Flexion‐reflex of the limb, crossed extension‐reflex, and reflex stepping and standing

Flexion‐reflex of the limb, crossed extension‐reflex, and reflex stepping and standing FLEXION-REFLEX OF THE CROSSED EXTEN- LIMB, AND REFLEX STEPPING AND SION-REFLEX, STANDING. BY C. S. SHERRINGTON. (From the Physiological Laboratory, University of Liverpool.) CONTENTS. PAGE I. The flexion-reflex of hind-limb: intensity of stimulus: excitation and inhibition: receptive-field: the type-reflex: muscles reflexly ex- cited, muscles reflexly inbibited: mechanical effects of some limb- muscles: the reflex-figure: prineiples of coordination exhibited: extension reflexes from the base of the limb 29 II. Reflex-movements accessory to the flexion-reflex: crossed extension- reflex: its reflex-figure: principles of coordination exhibited: re- ceptive-field: rebound extension .55 III. Flexion-reflex and its accessory reactions in decerebrate and spinal preparations compared: flexor and extensor reflexes decerebrate and decapitate: rhythm and refractory-phase in decerebrate and spinal reflexes respectively . .-59 flexion-reflex. ii. Spinal stepping: stimuli for, IV. x. The nociceptive intrinsic: extensor-thrust: cutaneous, and proprio- A, remote; B, stimuli: flexion-phase of the spinal step: extension-phase: ceptive simultaneous coordination exhibited: the tuLrning-points of the the of the successive coordination: interference between step: taxis intrinsic stimuli: "umkehr" (v. Uexkiill, Magnus): remote and rebound and exaltation: influence of contra- central post-inhibitory limb. iii. Reflex standing: spinal, decerebrate: lateral fellow involved: initiation of reflex stepping during reflex standing. muscles iv. Reflex 71 walking of conclusions -116 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Physiology Wiley

Flexion‐reflex of the limb, crossed extension‐reflex, and reflex stepping and standing

The Journal of Physiology , Volume 40 (1-2) – Feb 26, 1912

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Wiley
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© 2014 The Physiological Society
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0022-3751
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1469-7793
DOI
10.1113/jphysiol.1910.sp001362
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FLEXION-REFLEX OF THE CROSSED EXTEN- LIMB, AND REFLEX STEPPING AND SION-REFLEX, STANDING. BY C. S. SHERRINGTON. (From the Physiological Laboratory, University of Liverpool.) CONTENTS. PAGE I. The flexion-reflex of hind-limb: intensity of stimulus: excitation and inhibition: receptive-field: the type-reflex: muscles reflexly ex- cited, muscles reflexly inbibited: mechanical effects of some limb- muscles: the reflex-figure: prineiples of coordination exhibited: extension reflexes from the base of the limb 29 II. Reflex-movements accessory to the flexion-reflex: crossed extension- reflex: its reflex-figure: principles of coordination exhibited: re- ceptive-field: rebound extension .55 III. Flexion-reflex and its accessory reactions in decerebrate and spinal preparations compared: flexor and extensor reflexes decerebrate and decapitate: rhythm and refractory-phase in decerebrate and spinal reflexes respectively . .-59 flexion-reflex. ii. Spinal stepping: stimuli for, IV. x. The nociceptive intrinsic: extensor-thrust: cutaneous, and proprio- A, remote; B, stimuli: flexion-phase of the spinal step: extension-phase: ceptive simultaneous coordination exhibited: the tuLrning-points of the the of the successive coordination: interference between step: taxis intrinsic stimuli: "umkehr" (v. Uexkiill, Magnus): remote and rebound and exaltation: influence of contra- central post-inhibitory limb. iii. Reflex standing: spinal, decerebrate: lateral fellow involved: initiation of reflex stepping during reflex standing. muscles iv. Reflex 71 walking of conclusions -116

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Published: Feb 26, 1912

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