Patricia Linden M.A.

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A “delayed swallowing reflex/response” (i.e., when the swallow reflex is not triggered when the bolus passes the back of the tongue at the anterior faucial arch) Logemann [8] has been widely accepted as an abnormality. Careful review of the literature supports the premise that a “delayed swallowing reflex/response” may in fact be a variation of normal. This(More)
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