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Oral Phase Symptoms and Dysfunctions

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Oral Phase Symptom: Delayed onset of oral phase of the swallow
Apraxia of swallow, reduced oral sensation
Oral Phase Symptom: Searching tongue movements
Apraxia of swallow
Oral Phase Symptom: Tongue moves forward to start swallow
Tongue thrust
Oral Phase Symptom: Residue in ANTERIOR OR LATERAL sulcus
Reduced labial / buccal strength
Oral Phase Symptom: Residue in floor of mouth
Reduced lingual shaping to seal
Oral Phase Symptom: Residue in midtongue depression
Tongue scarring
Oral Phase Symptom: Residue of food on the tongue
Reduced lingual ROM or strength for elevation to palate
Oral Phase Symptom: Disturbed lingual contraction; reduced anterior / posterior movement
Reduced lingual coordination
Oral Phase Symptom: Repetitive lingual rocking-rolling (tremors)
Parkinson's Disease
Oral Phase Symptom: Residue on hard palate
Reduced lingual elevation or strength
Oral Phase Symptom: uncontrolled bolus; premature loss of liquid or puree into pharynx
Reduced lingual conrol or reduced linguavelar seal