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List the Upper Limb Reflexes with their Spinal Roots.

Biceps Reflex


C5, C6



Triceps Reflex


C7



Supinator Reflex


C6


List the Lower Limb Reflexes with their Spinal Roots.

Knee Jerk Reflex


L3, L4



Calcaneal Reflex


L5, S1



Plantar Reflex


L5, S1, S2



Describe a Positive Platar Reflex.



What is the Significance of a Positive Plantar Reflex?

Positive Plantar Reflex also known as Dorsiflexion of the Hallux or UPGOING Plantars.



A Positive Reflex is the Dorsiflexion of the Hallux.



It is a Neurological Sign of a Upper Motor Neurone Lesion (UMNL).

What are the Nerve Roots of the Median Nerve?

C6 to T1

What are the Nerve Roots of the Ulnar Nerve?

C8 to T1

What are the Nerve Roots of the Radial Nerve?

C5 to C8

What are the Nerve Roots of the Lateral Cutaneous Nerve of the Thigh?

L2 to L3

What are the Nerve Roots of the Common Peroneal Nerve?

L4 to S2

What are the Nerve Roots of the Femoral Nerve?

L2 to L4

What are the Nerve Roots of the Sciatic Nerve?

L4 to S3

Myotome
Shoulder Abduction

C5

Myotome
Shoulder Adduction

C6, C7

Myotome
Elbow Flexion

C5, C6

Myotome


Elbow Extension

C7

Myotome
Wrist Flexion

C6, C7

Myotome
Wrist Extension

C6, C7

Myotome


Finger Flexion

C8

Myotome
Finger Extension

C7, C8

Myotome
Finger Abduction

T1

Myotome


Finger Adduction

T1

Myotome
Hip Flexion

L1, L2, L3

Myotome
Hip Extension

L5, S1

Myotome
Hip Abduction

L4, L5, S1

Myotome
Hip Adduction

L2, L3, L4

Myotome
Knee Flexion

L5, S1

Myotome
Knee Extension

L3, L4

Myotome
Plantarflexion of Hallux

S1, S2

Myotome
Dorsiflexion of Hallux

L4, L5