Brudzinski sign

(broo-jin′skē, -zin′)

[Józef Brudzinski, Polish physician, 1874-1917]
Flexion of the hips when the neck is flexed from a supine position. It occurs in patients with meningeal inflammation.
SEE: Kernig's sign; SEE: meningitis

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