Timing of Events in Normal Swallowing: A Videofluoroscopic Study

@article{Kendall2000TimingOE,
  title={Timing of Events in Normal Swallowing: A Videofluoroscopic Study},
  author={Katherine A Kendall and Sue McKenzie and Rebecca J. Leonard and Maria In{\^e}s Rebelo Gonçalves and Alice E Walker},
  journal={Dysphagia},
  year={2000},
  volume={15},
  pages={74-83}
}
Dynamic videofluoroscopic swallow studies were performed on 60 normal adult volunteers to establish normative data for clinically useful timing measures. The relation of swallowing gesture timing to the timing of actual bolus transit was of particular interest because it provides insight into the physiology of larger bolus volume accommodation. Parameters evaluated include the timing of bolus pharyngeal transit, soft palate elevation, aryepiglottic fold elevation and supraglottic closure… CONTINUE READING
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