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Decorticate posturing, with elbows, wrists and fingers flexed, and legs extended and rotated inward.

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Synonyms and Keywords: Decorticate posturing; decorticate response; decorticate rigidity; flexor posturing; mummy baby; decerebrate posturing; decerebrate response; decerebrate rigidity; extensor posturing

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