Babinski Ba·bin·ski (bə-bĭn'skē), Joseph François Felix. 1857-1932.
French neurologist who described the diagnostic relevance of Babinski's reflex.
The insensitiveness is similarly explained by babinski, who uses a different method of examination.
Irritation of the soles caused quite a typical babinski phenomenon.
At his side is Mr. babinski, chief of the clinic, supporting a person afflicted with hysteria.
No foot clonus, no babinski; abdominal reflexes present, cremasteric not elicited; catalepsy not always present.
There is no contraction of the visual fields; reflectivity is normal; babinski's sign is absent.
According to babinski, hysteria is a mental state which renders its subject capable of auto-suggestion.