Use of Electromagnetic Midsagittal Articulography in the Study of Swallowing
- Tongue Movements During Water Swallowing in Healthy Young and Older Adults. Steele, Catriona M.; Van Lieshout, Pascal // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Oct2009, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p1255
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the nature and extent of variability in tongue movement during healthy swallowing as a function of aging and gender. In addition, changes were quantified in healthy tongue movements in response to specific differences in the nature of the...
- Swallowing and Tongue Function Following Treatment for Oral and Oropharyngeal Cancer. Lazarus, Cathy L.; Logemann, Jeri A.; Pauloski, Barbara Roa; Rademaker, Alfred W.; Larson, Charles R.; Mittal, Bharat B.; Pierce, Margaret // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug2000, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p1011
Presents information on a study on the relation of tongue function to swallowing in patients with oral or oropharyngeal cancer after treatment. Methodology of the study; Results and discussion; Conclusion.
- Relationships Among Subjective and Objective Measures of Tongue Strength and Oral Phase Swallowing Impairments. Clark, Heather M.; Henson, Pamela A.; Barber, William D.; Stierwalt, Julie A.G.; Sherrill, Michael // American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology;Feb2003, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p40
Assesses the relationships among subjective and objective measures of tongue strength and oral phase swallowing impairments. Correlation between the specific oral phase swallowing functions of bolus manipulation, mastication and clearance and subjective ratings of tongue strength; Difference...
- Tongue Measures in Individuals With Normal and Impaired Swallowing. Stierwalt, Julie A. G.; Youmans, Scott R. // American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology;May2007, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p148
Purpose: This investigation sought to add to the extant literature on measures of normal tongue function, to provide information on measures of tongue function in a group of individuals with oral phase dysphagia, and to provide a comparison of these 2 groups matched for age and gender. Method:...
- Comparison of standardized bariums with varying rheological parameters on swallowing kinematics in males. Hind, Jacqueline // Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development;2012, Vol. 49 Issue 9, pxi
An abstract of the article "Comparison of standardized bariums with varying rheological parameters on swallowing kinematics in males" by Jacqueline Hind and colleagues is presented.
- OroPress a new wireless tool for measuring oro-lingual pressures: a pilot study in healthy adults. McCormack, Joanne; Casey, Vincent; Conway, Richard; Saunders, Jean; Perry, Alison // Journal of NeuroEngineering & Rehabilitation (JNER);2015, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1
Background: Commercially available tools for measuring oro-lingual pressures during swallowing or isometric (tongue 'pushing') tasks have either poor, or unknown, psychometric properties (stability, reliability) which means their validity in a clinical setting is unknown. A new wireless tool,...
- Age Effects on the Temporal Evolution of Isometric and Swallowing Pressure. Nikosia, Mark A.; Hind, Jacqueline A. // Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences & Medical ;Nov2000, Vol. 55 Issue 11, pM634
Presents information on a study which analyzed possible age effects on the magnitude and timing of lingual pressure generation. Methodology; Results of the study; Discussion.
- Lingual action in normal sequential swallowing. Chi-Fishman, Gloria; Stone, Maureen; McCall, Gerald N. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug1998, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p771
Presents information on the study which aims at gaining a better understanding of the tongue's motor flexibility and at identifying variable versus invariant lingual motor program parameters in light of changing swallowing task demands. Pseudopalate acclimatization and landmark-marking on...
- epiglottis. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p277
An encyclopedia entry for "epiglottis" is presented. It refers to the flap of cartilage that lies behind the tongue and in front of the entrance to the larynx. It is usually upright to enable air to pass through the larynx and into the rest of the respiratory system. It tilts downwards during...