Localize: Weak/limping Boxer


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    • neuropetvet
      neuropetvet says:

      You’re right…on the video the right patellar reflex is reduced, but I don’t think we were eliciting it very well during video capture – if you look carefully, the hammmer is striking lateral to the patellar ligament so the reflex wasn’t been fully elicited…it was exaggerated when I tested the patellar reflex during the appointment. I’ve modified the text above to reflect this.

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