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PTAS 306 Exam 1

Reflexes

QuestionAnswer
Rooting reflex Touch side of mouth - lips open and head turns to side
Sucking reflex Touch inner side of mouth and sucking occurs
Swallowing reflex Fluid in mouth stimulates soft palate
Traction reflex Increased in grasp and flexor tone (hand or foot)
Moro reflex Head drop - abduction of UE's followed by position of embrace
Startle reflex Loud noise - quick flexion that remains
Placing reaction Contact dorsum of foot- "step" over obstacel
Galant reflex Touch lumbar region - lateral trunk flexion and hip flexion
Positive support reflex Weight on ball of feet - extension of LE's
Babinski Stroke foot - extension of great toe and abduction of toes
Stepping reflex Support upright - reciprical flexion/extension of LE's
Stretch reflex Deep pressure to sole of foot - flexion of LE
Extensor thrust Flex LE - opposite LE extends
TLR Prone - increased flexor tone Supine - increased extensor tone
STNR Head flexes: UE flex, LE extends Head extends: UE extends, LE flexes
ATNR Head turned to side: fencer's position
Created by: woblevalenski