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PEREZ REFLEX

The Perez reflex is the normal response of an infant that includes crying, moving the arms and legs, and holding up the head and hips when it is on its back and a finger is pressed along the spine from the lower back to the neck. The Perez reflex is used to test for possible brain damage, the reflex usually ceasing at about six months of age.
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