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What is a diagnostic sign for meningitis marked by the persons inability to extend the leg completely when the thigh is flexed upon the abdomen and the person is sitting or lying down?

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  • What is a diagnostic sign for meningitis marked by the persons inability to extend the leg completely when the thigh is flexed upon the abdomen and the person is sitting or lying down?


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... diagnostic sign for meningitis marked by the persons inability to extend the leg completely when the thigh is flexed upon the abdomen and the person is ...
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Positive: 68 %
... meningitis marked by the person's inability to extend the leg completely when the thigh is flexed upon the abdomen and the person is sitting or lying ...
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Positive: 65 %

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Communicable Diseases Q & A ... C- Kernig’s sign is the inability of the child to extend the legs fully when lying supine. This sign is frequently ...
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Positive: 68 %
... up to the abdomen and the head bent down ... the knee and thigh are extended from a flexed ... not be able to extend the flexed leg ...
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Positive: 63 %
The need for Aid and Attendance means that the claimant is completely ... diagnostic. Mastoid tenderness. This sign is ... sitting, supine, lying ...
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Positive: 49 %
SIGNS IN MEDICINE (A) ... This is a common sign of meningitis in ... ask him to elevate the extended leg .A normal person can extend up to 90 ...
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Positive: 26 %

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