The Effect Of Bilateral Superior Laryngeal Nerve Lesion On Swallowing: A Novel Method To Quantitate Aspirated Volume And Pharyngeal Threshold In Videofluoroscopy

Title

The Effect Of Bilateral Superior Laryngeal Nerve Lesion On Swallowing: A Novel Method To Quantitate Aspirated Volume And Pharyngeal Threshold In Videofluoroscopy

Creator

Ding P; Fung G S K; Lin M D; Holman S D; German R Z

Publisher

Dysphagia

Date

2015
2015-02

Subject

Animal model; Aspiration; bolus volume; Deglutition/deglutition disorders; dysphagia; miniature pigs; Otorhinolaryngology; Phantom; pneumonia; reflexes; sucking; Superior laryngeal nerve; Threshold volume; tongue; VFSS; Videofluoroscopy

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

47-56

Issue

1

Volume

30

Citation

Ding P; Fung G S K; Lin M D; Holman S D; German R Z, “The Effect Of Bilateral Superior Laryngeal Nerve Lesion On Swallowing: A Novel Method To Quantitate Aspirated Volume And Pharyngeal Threshold In Videofluoroscopy,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed January 22, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9335.

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