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Alimentação e Nutrição em Paralisia Cerebral Um Guia Para os Pais e Cuidadores

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irritação na parede do esófago, pro-
vocando sintomas característicos da doença do refluxo gastroesofágico.
Tonicidade muscular: estado de tensão elástica (contração ligeira) que 
apresenta o músculo em repouso, e que lhe permite iniciar a contração 
rapidamente após o impulso dos centros nervosos. Quando a tonicidade 
está aumentada (musculatura rígida), denomina-se hipertonia, quando se 
apresenta diminuída (musculatura flácida), denomina-se hipotonia.
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