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kohnstamm s phenomenon

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  • Kohnstamm's phenomenon — First described by German neurologist Oskar Kohnstamm (1871 1917) in 1915, Kohnstamm s phenomenon is a sustained involuntary contraction of a muscle after a prolonged voluntary contraction. The simplest demonstration is to have a subject press… …   Wikipedia

  • Kohnstamm — may refer to:* Thomas Kohnstamm, American writer * Kohnstamm s phenomenon*Philip Kohnstamm (1875 1951), natural scientist, philosopher and educator, of Jewish origin *Max Kohnstamm (1914), diplomat and historian, son of Philip; see Four Freedoms… …   Wikipedia

  • Kohnstamm-Effekt — Der Kohnstamm Effekt (oder das Kohnstamm Phänomen) beschreibt eine unwillkürliche Anspannung der Muskulatur nach vorheriger intensiver Muskelanspannung. Der Begriff geht auf den deutschen Neurologen und Psychiater Oskar Kohnstamm (1871–1917)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kohnstamm phenomenon — Kohn·stamm phenomenon (kōnґshtahm) [Oskar Felix Kohnstamm, German physician, 1871–1917] aftermovement …   Medical dictionary

  • Kohnstamm — Oskar, German physician, 1871–1917. See K. phenomenon …   Medical dictionary

  • phenomenon — 1. A symptom; an occurrence of any sort, whether ordinary or extraordinary, in relation to a disease. 2. Any unusual fact or occurrence. [G. phainomenon, fr. phaino, to cause to appear] adhesion p. a p. manifested by the adherence of antigen… …   Medical dictionary

  • Kohnstamm phenomenon — aftermovement …   Medical dictionary

  • Oskar Kohnstamm — 1915,Graphics by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Dr. Oskar Felix Kohnstamm (13 April 1871 in Pfungstadt 6 November 1917 in Frankfurt am Main) was a German neurologist and psychiatrist. Initially trained in internal medicine in Giessen and Strassbourg he… …   Wikipedia

  • Human position — Pose redirects here. For other uses, see Pose (disambiguation). Human position refers to a position of a human body.There are several synonyms that refer to the human position, often used interchangeably, but having specific flavors. [ [ position …   Wikipedia

  • aftermovement — Involuntary arm abduction that follows sustained isometric contraction of the deltoid and supraspinatus muscles (usually performed by pushing the upper extremity forcibly and against an immovable vertical surface while standing closely beside it) …   Medical dictionary

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