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5 Matching questions

  1. As viscosity increases
  2. Changes in bolus volume create
  3. The Nucleus Ambiguus is located in the
  4. In the brainstem, pharyngeal swallowing is triggered sequential bursts of interneurons of known duration that are then
  5. Nucleus Tractus Solitarius contains
  1. a valve functions, such as VP closure, upper esophageal opening, and laryngeal closure also inscrease slightly in duration
  2. b ventral medulla
  3. c the greatest systematic changes in the oropharyngeal swallow
  4. d cell bodies of sensory neurons of CN VII, CN IX, CN X
  5. e directed to various cranial nerve nuclei to translate the bursts into messages sent to muscles for specific action or contraction pattern

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. it confroms to a highly codified stimulus pattern that produces a behavioral sequence of more elementary motor acts
  2. approximately 580 swallows per day
  3. the sensory awareness of food
  4. the supplemental motor area, anterior to M1
  5. dorsal regions (NTS) in the medulla to complete the swallow

5 True/False questions

  1. Information about the motor movement comes from theon thicker food


  2. Receptor fields send sensory information via their respective fasciculi tostriated muscles of the pharynx, larynx, and upper esophagus


  3. Sensory Input involved in the initiation of a swallow comes frommuscles spindles in the tongue via CN XII


  4. Large volume swallow, such as in cup drinkingproduce simultaneous oral and pharyngeal phase activity in order to safely clear the large bolus from both the oral cavity and the pharynx


  5. Nucleus Ambiguus contains the cell bodies of theCNs V, VII, XII