Patellar Reflex Jendrassik Maneuver?

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It increases the reflex, as the subject is distracted by performing the manoeuvre and is said to prevent conscious expectation of the reflex usually it must reason an upsurge in the period and the greatness of the reaction. Jendrassik maneuver is a medical maneuver where the patient bends together groups of limbs hooked shape and interlocks those sets of fingers together. The tendon below the patient's knee is then hit with a reflex hammer to elicit the patellar reflex.
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It's just a way to distract the patient so they wont consciously hinder the patellar reflex.
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The. Jendrassik maneuver. is a medical maneuver wherein the patient flexes both sets of fingers into a hook-like form and interlocks those sets of fingers together. The tendon below
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It increases the reflex, as the subject is distracted by performing the manoeuvre and is said to prevent conscious anticipation of the reflex. Generally it should cause an increase
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