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Primitive reflex +     
Glabellar reflex  
A type of primitive reflex that is elicited by repetitive tapping on the forehead. Normal subjects usually blink in response to the first several taps, but if blinking persists, the response is abnormal and considered to be a sign of frontal release. Persistent blinking is also known as Myerson's sign.
Grasp reflex  
Palmomental reflex  
Persistent asymmetrical tonic neck reflex 
Snout reflex 
Suck reflex  

Related Synonyms: Myerson's sign
Definition Sources: HPO:probinson

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