L’extension passive cervicale est limitée

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La convergence 

C’est le glissement de la zygapophyse supérieure sur la zygapophyse inférieure vers le caudal et le dorsal. Il est admis qu’elle se produit avec un rapprochement des surfaces articulaires : le terme est synonyme d’imbrication, hyper-habitation facettaire. La convergence complète d’une articulaire gauche se fait en inclinaison latérale gauche, rotation gauche et extension. 

La somme des convergences réalise l’extension.

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