The neuroscientific principles of swallowing and dysphagia dysphagia series 9781565938595 medicine health science books amazoncom. This has led to the application of new and old technologies to analyse swallowing and its disorders heightened awareness at ward and clinic level of the consequences of neurogenic dysphagia and the development of a multidisciplinary approach in management in the 1990s clinical trials of new potential treatments for previously untreatable . In the 1980s alongside the development of research into stroke and its rehabilitation a series of papers appeared which emphasized the frequency but also the brevity of neurogenic dysphagia in that disorder in the context of better overall treatments and management clearly neurogenic dysphagia had to be diagnosed assessed and managed . His latest publication the neuroscientific principles of swallowing and dysphagia is another in the dysphagia series edited by john rosenbeck understanding the underlying neurophysiology of swallowing is the cornerstone to effective management without such a thorough understanding it is difficult for clinicians to maintain that they are . Get this from a library the neuroscientific principles of swallowing and dysphagia arthur j miller
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