Medical Definition of Cochleopalpebral reflex

1. A form of the wink reflex in which there is a contraction, sometimes very slight, of the orbicularis palpebrarum muscle when a sudden noise is made close to the ear; it is absent in labyrinthine disease with total deafness. Synonym: acousticopalpebral reflex, auropalpebral reflex, cochleo-orbicular reflex, startle reflex. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cochleopalpebral Reflex

cochlear root of vestibulocochlear nerve
cochlear window
cochleare
cochleare amplum
cochleare magnum
cochleare medium
cochleare modicum
cochleare parvum
cochleariform
cochleariform process
cochlearly
cochleas
cochleate
cochleiform
cochleo-orbicular reflex
cochleopalpebral reflex (current term)
cochleopupillary reflex
cochleosacculotomy
cochleostapedial reflex
cochleovestibular
cochon de lait
cochromite
cocillana
cocinera
cocineras
cocirculating
cocitation
cocitations
cock's comb test

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