The Babinski Sign Negative, also known as the "normal" or "absent" Babinski Sign, is a medical term used to describe the lack of a certain reflex in a patient's foot. Antonyms for this term would include Babinski Sign Positive or Abnormal, which describe an abnormal reflex response in the foot when certain areas are stimulated. Another antonym could be Hyperreflexia, which describes an increased reflex response throughout the body. Other antonyms include Hyporeflexia, which describes a decrease in reflex response, or Areflexia, which describes the complete absence of reflexes. These terms are important in diagnosing motor function and neurological disorders in patients.
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