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2 Hz. 2 Hz; it does not appear  or appears only slightly  on the stabilograms of normal standing subjects. Gurfinkel and Elner  suggest the possibility of a postural adjustment in preparation of the act of breathing that corrects in advance the postural perturbations resulting from movements of the thoracic cage. It seems important to emphasize the incidence of the appearance of this respiratory rhythm on the stabilograms of subjects with a rachidian dysfunction, because Tardy  showed very close relationships between the static spinal musculature and the muscles involved in respiration.
Clinical Course In an acute phase right after the trauma, the symptomatology is characterized by pain in the cervical and occipital areas, with the addition of the scapular girdle and the dorsal region; the tendency is to reach a peak in the following hours and days with establishment of a muscular contracture of the paravertebral muscles (trapezius muscle and the long muscles of the back). These symptoms are totally aspecific and are mostly all present in the traumatic affections of the rachis; there is no relationship between the extent of the symptomatology and the gravity of the lesions.
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