Electromyographic activity from human laryngeal, pharyngeal, and submental muscles during swallowing.

@article{Perlman1999ElectromyographicAF,
  title={Electromyographic activity from human laryngeal, pharyngeal, and submental muscles during swallowing.},
  author={Adrienne Perlman and Phyllis M. Palmer and Timothy M McCulloch and Darline Vandaele},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={86 5},
  pages={1663-9}
}
The durations and temporal relationships of electromyographic activity from the submental complex, superior pharyngeal constrictor, cricopharyngeus, thyroarytenoid, and interarytenoid muscles were examined during swallowing of saliva and of 5- and 10-ml water boluses. Bipolar, hooked-wire electrodes were inserted into all muscles except for the submental complex, which was studied with bipolar surface electrodes. Eight healthy, normal, subjects produced five swallows of each of three bolus… CONTINUE READING

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