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Dysphagia results from diverse and distinct etiologies. The pathway from anatomy and physiology to clinical diagnosis is complex and hierarchical. Our approach in this paper is to show the linkages from the underlying anatomy and physiology to the…

Animal models have significantly contributed to understanding the pathophysiology of chronic subjective tinnitus. They are useful because they control etiology, which in humans is heterogeneous; employ random group assignment; and often use methods…

Animal models that are biologically and clinically relevant are essential for conducting research to investigate the pathophysiologic progression of disease and to develop diagnostic or therapeutic strategies. Several rodent models that vary in…

The purpose of this study was to assess birds as a potential model for osteoarthritis. Compromised by confounding factors, it has not been possible to clearly delineate causation in humans. Nonhuman mammals manifest osteoarthritis in the natural…

Preterm infants often have dysphagia. Because reducing lifetime cumulative exposure to radiation in the context of diagnosis and treatment is a continuing goal of all medical fields which use X-ray imaging, efforts exist to reduce reliance on the…
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