We join a global initiative which means that for an individual with dysphagia
, whichever care setting they travel to in the world, their dietary requirements will be understood and acted on."
1 month after completion of intraluminal brachytherapy, a number of patients with improvement of dysphagia
were 34 (79%) and 9 (21%) patients showed no improvement of dysphagia
The SEMG (ME6000, MEGA Electronics Ltd., Kuopio, Finland) signals of hyoid muscles were collected from patients with dysphagia
after stroke and healthy volunteers when subjects swallowed different viscous bolus.
356/2008 , establishes the technical and legal competence of the Speech Therapist to operate in oropharyngeal dysphagia
, evaluate and rehabilitate speech, swallowing and language disorders, attending to the patient in family life, while Resolution CFFa.
The frequency of dysphagia
varies greatly according to the evaluation method used.
The scale was then evaluated by a neurology specialist, specialist therapist in the field of dysphagia
, and specialist nurse to ensure content validity, and various changes were made according to their suggestion.
Herein, we present a TBI case with persistent dysphagia
symptoms lasting for even 1.5 years after trauma, despite the fact that she gained independence in dailylife activities under supervision.
Most patients have evidenced significant improvement in their OSA symptomatology over short--and long-term intervals, but a subset of patients complains of clinically significant dysphagia
OALL has been described as a possible cause of dysphagia
The important symptoms are painless dysphagia
, regurgitation, substernal pain, vomiting and weight loss.
There was marked improvement in symptoms especially dysphagia
and there was no post operative reflux.
There were a few early initial reports of onset of clinically diagnosed dysphagia
in the first months of life of children with CZS; the most relevant are a case series about CZS with arthrogryposis in 7 infants (8) and another about CZS without microcephaly at birth in 13 infants (2).