Functional brain imaging of swallowing: An activation likelihood estimation meta‐analysis

@article{Srs2009FunctionalBI,
  title={Functional brain imaging of swallowing: An activation likelihood estimation meta‐analysis},
  author={Peter S{\"o}r{\"o}s and Y. Inamoto and R. Martin},
  journal={Human Brain Mapping},
  year={2009},
  volume={30}
}
  • Peter Sörös, Y. Inamoto, R. Martin
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Human Brain Mapping
  • A quantitative, voxel‐wise meta‐analysis was performed to investigate the cortical control of water and saliva swallowing. Studies that were included in the meta‐analysis (1) examined water swallowing, saliva swallowing, or both, and (2) reported brain activation as coordinates in standard space. Using these criteria, a systematic literature search identified seven studies that examined water swallowing and five studies of saliva swallowing. An activation likelihood estimation (ALE) meta… CONTINUE READING
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