Contralateral sign

Contralateral sign --> Brudzinski's sign

(Science: clinical sign) a physical examination finding that can indicate inflammation of the meninges (meningitis), performed in two forms: passive flexion of one leg results in a similar movement on the opposite side or if the neck is passively flexed, flexion occurs in the legs.

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