Ana Maria Toniolo da Silva

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UNLABELLED Mouth breathing has been associated with severe impact on the development of the stomatognathic system. AIM This paper aims to analyze the electromyographical findings and patterns of electrical activity of the anterior temporal and masseter muscles in mouth and nasal breathing children. MATERIAL AND METHOD The patients were divided into two(More)
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) of milk and serum samples are a routinely used method of screening herds for Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP). Infection with MAP causes granulomatous enteritis of ruminants known as Johne's disease (JD). The sensitivity (Se) and specificity (Sp) of MAP ELISAs leads to difficulties in the(More)
Mouth breathing may cause changes in muscle activity, because an upper airway obstruction leads may cause a person to extend his/her head forward, demanding a higher inspiratory effort on the accessory muscles (sternocleidomastoids). This purpose of this study is to compare, using electromyography (EMG), the activity pattern the sternocleidomastoid and(More)
PURPOSE To investigate the process of fatigue in orbicularis oris muscles by analyzing the median frequency of electromyographic signal and the referred fatigue time, according to the breathing mode and the facial pattern. METHODS The participants were 70 children, aged 6 to 12 years, who matched the established criteria. To be classified as 36(More)
INTRODUCTION  Stroke is considered one of the most frequent neurological causes of oropharyngeal dysphagia. AIM  To determine the effect of cryostimulation on oropharyngeal sensitivity and, subsequently, on the swallowing reaction and premature escape of food in patients with neurogenic dysphagia after stroke. METHODS  Clinical and experimental study.(More)
INTRODUCTION  Hyperplasia of the pharyngeal tonsil is one of the main causes of mouth breathing, and accurate diagnosis of this alteration is important for proper therapeutic planning. Therefore, studies have been conducted in order to provide information regarding the procedures that can be used for the diagnosis of pharyngeal obstruction. OBJECTIVE  To(More)
INTRODUCTION  The act of swallowing depends on a complex and dynamic process which uses common structures to the act of breathing; respiratory problems can cause swallowing difficulties. AIM  To assess the swallowing pharyngeal phase in patients with chronic cough. METHOD  Retrospective study with 15 patients of both genders, patients with chronic cough(More)
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