Sound Component Duration of Healthy Human Pharyngoesophageal Swallowing: A Gender Comparison Study

  title={Sound Component Duration of Healthy Human Pharyngoesophageal Swallowing: A Gender Comparison Study},
  author={Sylvain Morini{\`e}re and Patrice Beutter and Michele Boiron},
Cervical auscultation is a noninvasive technique for studying swallowing that was first used in the 1960s. The aim of our study was to use the numeric acoustic recording technique for analyzing swallowing sound signals in healthy subjects while they ingested a defined volume and consistency of a specific substance. Twenty males and ten females were included in the study and given 10 ml of a barium suspension to swallow. A microphone was placed on the skin overlying the lateral border of the… CONTINUE READING
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