Gonda's sign is a clinical sign in which flexing and then suddenly releasing the 4th toe elicits an extensor plantar reflex. It is found in patients with pyramidal tract lesions, and is one of a number of Babinski-like responses. It is named after the Ukrainian neuropsychiatrist Viktor Gonda (1889–1959), who discovered it sometime in the mid 1930s while he was practicing in the United States. Gonda was one of the strong proponents of electrotherapy to cure psychiatric illnesses.

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  • ゴンダ反射(英: Gonda reflex, Gonda's sign)とは、脊髄を反射弓とする脊髄反射のひとつであり、正常時には現れない病的反射である。錐体路障害を示唆するものとして信頼度が高い。バビンスキー反射の変法のひとつである。 (ja)
  • Gonda's sign is a clinical sign in which flexing and then suddenly releasing the 4th toe elicits an extensor plantar reflex. It is found in patients with pyramidal tract lesions, and is one of a number of Babinski-like responses. It is named after the Ukrainian neuropsychiatrist Viktor Gonda (1889–1959), who discovered it sometime in the mid 1930s while he was practicing in the United States. Gonda was one of the strong proponents of electrotherapy to cure psychiatric illnesses. (en)
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  • ゴンダ反射(英: Gonda reflex, Gonda's sign)とは、脊髄を反射弓とする脊髄反射のひとつであり、正常時には現れない病的反射である。錐体路障害を示唆するものとして信頼度が高い。バビンスキー反射の変法のひとつである。 (ja)
  • Gonda's sign is a clinical sign in which flexing and then suddenly releasing the 4th toe elicits an extensor plantar reflex. It is found in patients with pyramidal tract lesions, and is one of a number of Babinski-like responses. It is named after the Ukrainian neuropsychiatrist Viktor Gonda (1889–1959), who discovered it sometime in the mid 1930s while he was practicing in the United States. Gonda was one of the strong proponents of electrotherapy to cure psychiatric illnesses. (en)
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  • ゴンダ反射 (ja)
  • Gonda's sign (en)
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