Ph.D. G. Isacsson D.D.S.

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If the posterior part of the upper esophageal sphincter (UES) were to lag behind due to the presence of dense tissue strands between the sphincter and the prevertebral ligament, as suggested in the literature, it would be impossible to use the larynx as a radiographic indicator of the location of the UES at intraluminal pressure measurements. The goal of(More)
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