Botulinum toxin treatment of severe dysphagia following brainstem stroke

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Objective: To evaluate botulinum toxin treatment of hyperactive upper esophageal sphincter after firsttime brainstem stroke. Design: A retrospective study. Subjects: Twelve patients with long standing dysphagia after brainstem vascular injury admitted to the rehabilitation department of a medical centre. Methods: All patients underwent clinical examination… (More)

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@inproceedings{Grandis2013BotulinumTT, title={Botulinum toxin treatment of severe dysphagia following brainstem stroke}, author={Domenico De Grandis and Sofia Faletti and Francesco Pirali and Gianna Santus}, year={2013} }