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Effects Of Functional Disruption Of Lateral Pericentral Cerebral Cortex On Primate Swallowing
N. Narita, K. Yamamura, Dongyuan Yao, R. Martin, B. Sessle
Published 1999 · Medicine, Biology
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Bilateral cold block of the intracortical microstimulation (ICMS)-defined swallow cortex markedly affected the ability of monkeys to carry out swallowing. Significant changes also occurred in swallow-related electromyographic (EMG) activity patterns. These findings provide further evidence that the lateral pericentral cortex plays a critical role in the initiation and regulation of swallowing in the primate.
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