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what are the four stages of swallowing
oral preparatory, oral phase, pharyngeal phase, esophageal phase
two primary problems of dysphagia
patients are unable to get proper nutrition and unable to recover from illness
what is the oral stage of swallow
tongue pushes bolus back then it and enters the pharyngeal area and then the swallow is triggered
what are the two purposes of the pharyngeal phase
protect the airway and to direct the bolus to the stomach
what happens during the pharyngeal phase
the swallow response is triggered and the bolus enters the esophagus
what neurological conditions affect swallowing
strokes, tbi, Lou Gehrig's disease, Parkinson's disease and dementia
what do the cranial nerves do
feel sensations and deliver motor commands to the muscles of your head and neck
two primary goals of treating aphasia
maximizing language abilities and developing compensatory communication
preprofessional organization for students in cmd
National Student Speech, Language and Hearing Assocation
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