Hunt paradoxical phenomenon

Hunt paradoxical phenomenon
in dystonia musculorum deformans, if the examiner attempts forcible plantar flexion of the foot that is in dorsal spasm there will be increase of the dorsal spasm, but if the patient tries to extend the foot there will be plantar flexion.

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