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Correlation of Videofluoroscopic Swallowing Study Findings With Radionuclide Salivagram in Chronic Brain-Injured Patients

Shim GY, Oh JS, Han S, Choi K, Lee SM, Kim MW

Objective To investigate the correlation between videofluoroscopic swallowing study (VFSS) and radionuclide salivagram findings in chronic brain-injured patients with dysphagia. Methods Medical records of chronic brain-injured patients who underwent radionuclide salivagram...
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Approach of Dysphagia

Park MI

Dysphagia has been reported to be relatively common and seems to be increased in Korea. Dysphagia can be classified as oropharyngeal dysphagia or esophageal dysphagia. In patients with swallowing difficulties,...
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Respiratory Arrest Induced by Presbyesophagus: A Case Report

Jeong YS, Suh I, Kim JK, Bae JS, Lim JY

Presbyesophagus is a unique cause of dysphagia in the elderly, which features incomplete relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter, dilatation of the esophagus, decreased esophageal peristaltic pressures, abnormal esophageal contractions,...
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A Case of Severe Dysphagia after Aesthetic Two-Jaw Surgery

Im YH, Son SA, Park SJ, Park YH

This study reports a case who presented with swallowing difficulty after orthognathic surgery. A female patient, who had undergone orthognathic surgery for esthetic purpose, presented with dysphagia. Administration of botulinum...
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Effect of Repetitive Balloon Dilatation Treatment Confirmed by High-Resolution Manometry in a Patient with Cricopharyngeal Dysfunction: A Case Report

Sim J, Kim JM

Cricopharyngeal dysfunction (CPD) has various treatment options, such as balloon dilatation (BD), botulinum toxin injection, and myotomy of the cricopharyngeal muscle. BD is less invasive, easier to implement, and economical...
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Effects of Head Lift Exercise on Oropharyngeal Swallowing Function and Dropout Rate According to Reclining Angle in Patients with Dysphagia after Stroke: A Randomized Trial

Lee JY, Kim DG, Lee HJ, Park JS, Yoon TH, Jung YJ, Hong JY, Hwang NK

Objective: Although the effects of head lift exercise (HLE) in the reclining position have been reported, there is insufficient clinical evidence of the effects. This study compared the effects of...
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Kinetic Modeling of the Hyoid Movement During Swallowing and the Comparison with Surface Electromyographic Activity: A Preliminary Study

Kim IH, Kang MG, Seo HG, Kim K, Han TR, Lee JC, Oh BM

Objective: The purpose of this study was to understand the mechanism of normal hyoid movement during swallowing by calculating the activity of each muscle involved in the hyoid movement and...
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Characteristics of Oral Stereognosis

Park EJ, Jung MY

Oral stereognosis is a function recognizing the characteristics, such as the size and shape, of objects in the mouth by integrating the senses with movement. As a child grows up,...
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Accidental Swallowing of Nasal Packing Gauze during Silicone Tube Intubation under Local Anesthesia

Kong JH, An Y, Choi YJ

Purpose: To report a case of accidental swallowing of nasal packing gauze during silicone tube intubation under local anesthesia. Case summary: A 58-year-old male patient underwent silicone tube intubation for partial...
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Epiglottic Retroflexion is a Key Indicator of Functional Recovery of Post-stroke Dysphagia

Choi JS, Bang H, Lee GJ, Seo HG, Oh BM, Han TR

Objective To evaluate the longitudinal changes of swallowing kinematics based on videofluoroscopic swallowing studies (VFSSs) in subacute stroke patients grouped according to the method of dietary intake. Methods Sixty-nine subacute stroke...
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Association of Tongue Pressure with Swallowing Function and Quality of Life in Parkinson’s Disease

Kim J, Choi KH, Song YJ, Chung SJ, Park KW, Song KJ, Son WC, Ahn HJ

Objective: The purpose of this study was to verify the hypothesis, by performing objective measurements, that tongue pressure will have an association with swallowing function in patients with Parkinson’s disease....
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Association between clinical risk factors and severity of dysphagia after extubation based on a videofluoroscopic swallowing study

Yang WJ, Park E, Min YS, Huh JW, Kim AR, Oh HM, Nam TW, Jung TD

Background/Aims: This study aimed to evaluate the correlation between clinical risk factors of post-extubation dysphagia (PED) and the severity of impaired pharyngeal swallowing function assessed via videofluoroscopic swallowing studies (VFSSs). Methods:...
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Swallowing Function Following Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion with and Without Anterior Plating: a SWAL-QOL (Swallowing-Quality of Life) and Radiographic Assessment

Haws BE, Khechen B, Patel DV, Yoo JS, Guntin JA, Cardinal K, Singh K

OBJECTIVE: Anterior cervical plating in anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) procedures are associated with improved outcomes compared to stand-alone cages. However, concerns exist regarding increased rates of postoperative dysphagia...
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The Changes for Strength of Oropharyngeal Muscles in Patients with Dementia and Dysphagia

Ji EK, Wang HH, Jung SJ, Lee KB, Kim JS, Hong BY, Kim TW, Lim SH

Although dysphagia is an important health problem and one of the determinants of quality of life in patients with dementia, the neurophysiologic changes of dysphagia in dementia have not been...
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Effects of Orogastric Tubes on the Videofluoroscopic Swallowing Study Findings in Infants

Kim MJ, Kang SM, Lee KW, Lee SJ, Kim YH

OBJECTIVE: An orogastric tube is used frequently in infants because infants are obligate nose breathers and nasogastric tubes can cause partial nasal obstruction. This study examined whether the presence of...
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The prevention of accidental aspiration or swallowing small instruments during implant treatment

Kim YS, Kim JY, Heo YR, Son MK

The aim for this study was to investigate the risks of patients swallowing small instruments, such as Hexa drivers and healing abutments, during implant placement procedures. Various efforts have been...
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Effects of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation for Masseter Muscle on Oral Dysfunction After Stroke

Lee KW, Kim SB, Lee JH, Lee SJ, Park JG, Jang KW

OBJECTIVE: To determine positive effect of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) in conventional dysphagia therapy on masseter muscle oral dysfunction of patients after subacute stroke. METHODS: Among subacute stroke patients who were...
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Subtle Dysphagia as an Initial Presentation of Hidden Malignancy: A Report of 2 Cases

Choi H, Choe HS, Kim JS, Sul B, Hong BY, Lim SH

Subtle dysfphagia, which is increased post-swallowing remnants, is a frequent finding in the elderly with various etiologies. These changes in swallowing are frequently overlooked by physicians. On the other hand,...
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Clinical Factors Associated with Videofluoroscopic Swallowing Study Findings in Stroke Patients

Lee JM, Kim J, Han SH, Park JH, Kim JH

OBJECTIVE: To examine the clinical factors and brain lesion locations related to the patterns of dysphagia in stroke patients in a rehabilitation hospital. METHODS: The medical records of 116 stroke patients...
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Functional outcome predictors following mandibular reconstruction with osteocutaneous fibula free flaps: correlating early postoperative videofluoroscopic swallow studies with long-term clinical results

Gonzalez S, Hobbs B, Vural E, Moreno MA

BACKGROUND: Advancements in the field of microvascular surgery and the widespread adoption of microvascular surgical techniques have made the use of osteocutaneous fibula free flaps the standard of care in...
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