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Modulation of Soleus H-Reflex by Teeth Clenching
THE JOURNAL OF THE STOMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY JAPAN
Modulation of the human soleus H-reflex (Sol. H-R) was studied during voluntary teeth clenching in 11 healthy adult volunteers, to investigate the possible correlation of motor functions between the jaw and body. The following results were obtained; ( 1) Sol. H-R was facilitated during the maximum voluntary teeth clenching more than during the maximum voluntary efforts in the other parts of the body, i. e., Jendrassik maneuver and clenching of both hands. ( 2) The amount of the Sol. H-Rdoi:10.5357/koubyou.58.670 fatcat:andvrxa75vcwvmxr3kzp5omdei