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Swallowing Pattern according to Controlled Food Viscosity in Patients with Brain Lesion.
Bae, Hasuk , Park, Chang Il , Jang, Ji Hoon , Song, Wonu , Kim, Sung Min , Jeong, Jae Hun
Ann Rehabil Med. 2005;29(6):557-562.

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THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN LOCATION OF BRAIN LESION AND FINDINGS OF FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPIC EVALUATION OF SWALLOWING (FEES) IN STROKE PATIENTS: WHICH EXERCISE IS BENEFICIAL?
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Disruption of human swallowing behaviour to a ‘virtual lesion’ of swallowing motor cortex is reversed by pharyngeal electrical stimulation
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