All of the above
All of the above except D
Poly-synaptic central delay
None of the above
Sensory impulses from the nuclear chain fibres
Sensory impulses from the nuclear bag fibres
Sensory impulses from the muscle tendon
Motor impulses to the Golgi Tendon Organ (GTO)
They carry sensory innervation from the central contactile part of the nuclear bag.
They carry sensory innervation from the peripheral contactile part of the nuclear bag.
They carry sensory innervation from the central non-contractile part of the nuclear chain.
They carry sensory innervation from the peripheral non-contractile part of the nuclear chain.
None of the above.
Short latent period
Both of 2 types
No interneurons at all
The receptor is located in the nuclear chain fibres
Sensory impulses are carried by flower spray Ia fibres
Alpha motor neurons in the ventral horn are the center
It is implemented by the conraction of the extrafusal fibres
It maintains the muscle tone
Medial reticulospinal tract
Lateral reticulospinal tract
Spastic ipsilateral paralysis
Exaggaration of abdominal reflex
Rapid dis-use atrophy
+ve Babinski sign
Paralysis of the voluntary movement on the same side below the level of lesion.
Loss of fine touch sensation on the same side below the level of lesion.
Loss of pain sensation on the opposite side at the level of lesion.
Hyperesthesia one segment on the same side above the level of lesion
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