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Mylohyoid Motor Evoked Potentials Can Effectively Predict Persistent Dysphagia 3 Months Poststroke

K. Lee, M. Joo, Y. Yu, M. Kim
Published 2018 · Medicine

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between mylohyoid motor‐evoked potentials (MH‐MEP) and swallowing function and determine the value of MH‐MEP for predicting aspiration 3 months poststroke.
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