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C. ECCLES and J. P. SCHADE, eds. Progr. Brain Res. 11. 178-202 (1964). LANCE, J. : Spread of phasic muscle reflexes in normal and spastic subjects. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. 28, 328-334 (1965). - - NEILSON, P. : Tonic and phasic spinal cord mechanism in man. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. 29, 535-544 (1966). LANDAU, W. : Spasticity and Rigidity. In: "Recent Advances in Neurology VI", pp. 1-32. F. , 1969. - CLARE, M. : Fusimotor function. Part IV. Reinforcement of the H-reflex in normal subjects.
It may thus be concluded that recruiting curves, recovery curves, and the frequency test of phasic reflexes may successfully 3* Spasticity and Rigidity 30 be used to assess the degree of spinal spasticity. , (1970) used manually evoked stretch reflexes of the quadriceps muscle to test a new agent for the control of spasticity. Different velocities of stretching were tested in each patient and angular velocity was recorded together with the EMG. For comparison the stretch reflex evoked at 200 0 /sec was chosen.
The descending pathways to the spinal cord, their anatomy and function. In: "Organization of the spinal cord". J. C. ECCLES and J. P. SCHADE, eds. Progr. Brain Res. 11. 178-202 (1964). LANCE, J. : Spread of phasic muscle reflexes in normal and spastic subjects. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. 28, 328-334 (1965). - - NEILSON, P. : Tonic and phasic spinal cord mechanism in man. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. 29, 535-544 (1966). LANDAU, W. : Spasticity and Rigidity. In: "Recent Advances in Neurology VI", pp.