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Neuromuscular Disorders Affecting The Pharynx. Cineradiographic Analysis.

M. Silbiger, R. Pikielney, M. Donner
Published 1967 · Medicine

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A review of the results of cineradiographic examinations of the pharynx in patients with neurologic and muscular disorders has been undertaken. Many of the radiographic signs of pharyngeal dysfunction occur in more than one neurologic condition. However, localized areas of involvement can be identified. In many instances characteristic radiographic manifestations help to diagnose a single disease. Technical advantages of continuous filming or tape recording in the analysis of swallowing suggest its routine use in clinical evaluation.



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