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Validation of Questionnaire for Chewing and Swallowing Function of the Elderly

Park HS, Kim DK, Lee SY, Kim HS, Suh HC

OBJECTIVE: This study aims to develop a new screening dysphagia questionnaire for elderly people. METHOD: Initial questionnaire for mastication and swallowing function of elderly people were composed of 20 questions. Total...
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Nutrition Support and Transition to Oral Intake in Cancer Patients with Dysphagia

Kim BE

Dysphagia in cancer patients are mainly caused by brain tumor, head and neck cancer and esophageal cancer. Also both paralytic and mechanical dysphagia may occur with a high rate of...
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Radiation Induced Dysphagia

Lim YS

Swallowing dysfunction following radiation therapy for head and neck cancer is a major cause of morbidity and reduced quality of life, which means that organ preservation is not equal to...
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Prosthetic Treatment after Oral Cancer Ablation

You MS, Kim DY, Ahn KM

Ablative surgery for oral cancer treatment results in tissue defect. Large tissue defect requires free flap reconstruction that requires long operation time. Maxillectomy involves the teeth and maxilla that separates...
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Dysphagia in Gastrointestinal Cancer Patients

Huh CW, Youn YH

Dysphagia is one of the common symptoms that are encountered in clinical practice. However, dysphagia is still crucial and must be thoroughly investigated because it may be a key symptom...
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