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No response suggests lower motor neuron lesion as found in poliomyelitis or stroke is indicated by an exaggerated response

GP testing patients myotactic knee reflex with tendon hammer to stimulate jerk from patella ligament

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No response suggests lower motor neuron lesion as found in poliomyelitis or stroke is indicated by an exaggerated response
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