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Decreased or absent responses are most definately not hyperreflexia. It is also incorrect to classify "Basically any abnormal response to stimulus..." as hyperreflexia. See, for example, hyporeflexia. Osmodiar 08:35, 24 Nov 2004 (UTC)


The article on amphetamines links to this page, maybe amphetamines should be mentioned in the causes as well.

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