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Brain. 1986 Jun;109 ( Pt 3):561-73.

Audiogenic startle reflex of man and its relationship to startle syndromes. A review.

Abstract

The normal human audiogenic startle reflex is defined from a review of the literature, substantiated by a current investigation of normal subjects, and clarified pathophysiologically by a discussion of animal experimentation. The basic information is used to evaluate critically a variety of syndromes loosely termed 'startle' in the past. A new classification of startle syndromes is proposed.

PMID:
3719291
DOI:
10.1093/brain/109.3.561
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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