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One of the results of these reflexes is to be hyper-vigilant to sensory stimulus.
The infant reflexes are also important for establishing posture and our ability to move upright in gravity.
We performed the experiment isometrically at the elbow joint to both minimize nonreflex contributions and manifest and characterize hyperactive reflexes accurately.
These photographs illustrate the unique quickness of skipper reflexes among all the other insects that I have photographed.
Some of the many reflexes you will be stimulating in this area are the stomach, liver, pancreas, colon, and small intestines.
We also confirm the findings of preserved deep-tendon reflexes in West Nile poliomyelitis first reported by Glass et al.
When you walk upright, you have a number of reflexes working together to keep your balance.
Ninja Reflex uses a series of martial arts challenges to test gamers' reflexes and measure their reaction times with millisecond precision.
Extremities had normal tone, power, sensation, and reflexes.
Initially, the imbalance is situational and manifests when the righting reflexes cannot meet the demands of a challenging environment, such as a slippery surface.
Alcatel (NYSE:ALA) announced today that Sells Printing Company, a business-to-business, business-to-consumer catalog commercial Web-press printer, has selected the award-winning Alcatel OmniPCX 4400 IP-based communication platform to provide mobility to employees using the system's Alcatel Wireless Reflexes, a range of Private Wireless Telecommunication (PWT) handsets.