Brudzinski’s signs are:
- - 1. Brudzinski’s neck sign: flexion of both legs and thighs upon forcible flexion of the neck
- - 2. Brudzinski’s contralateral leg sign: flexion of one thigh at the hip causes a similar movement of the other thigh; when one thigh and leg are flexed and the other extended, lowering of the flexed leg causes flexion of the extended one.
Brudzinski’s signs are seen in meningitis.