Lingual action in normal sequential swallowing
- Age and volume effects on liquid swallowing function in... Rademaker, Alfred W.; Pauloski, Barbara Roa; Colangelo, Laura A.; Logemann, Jeri A. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr1998, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p275
Presents information on a study which investigated how swallowing varies with age and with liquid bolus volume in normal women. Objective of the study; Materials and methods; Effects of bolus volume; Conclusions.
- Motor Strategy in Rapid Sequential Swallowing: New Insights. Fishman, Gloria Chi; Sonies, Barbara C. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec2000, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p1481
Discusses a study which examined the physiological properties and movement strategies of normal, rapid sequential swallowing during simultaneous videofluoroscopy and submental surface electromyography. Subjects; Swallowing tasks; Results.
- Have tongue, will travel. // Marriage Partnership;Fall92, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p88
Presents theories on why people stick out their tongues in certain situations. Signal for others to stay away; Areas of the brain's cerebral cortex that control the tongue and the hands as adjacent and interconnected.
- `Super taster' or picky eater? Here's a test. // Food Management;Dec99, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p44
Reveals findings linking genetic factors to people's food habits. Effect of bitter compounds on people with highly sensitive taste buds; Presence of dozens of fungiform papillae on super tasters' tongues.
- It's better than soap for cleaning the mouth. Weintraub, Boris // National Geographic;Sep95, Vol. 188 Issue 3, preceeding p1
Reports on a study conducted by Magainin Research Institute scientist Barry Schonwetter and his colleagues' on why tongues rarely gets infected. Discovery of an antibiotic named lingual antimicrobial peptide which was found in cow tongues.
- platyglossal. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1804
A definition of the term "platyglossal," which refers to a broad, flat tongue, is presented.
- Extrinsic lingual musculature of two pangolinis (Pholidota: Manidae). Chan, Lap-Ki // Journal of Mammalogy;May95, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p472
Studies the tongue features of two pangolin species Manis tricuspis and M. javanica. Topographic relationship of the tongue; Description of the oral cavity floor; Glossal tube; Nonprotruded part of the tongue.
- MEDICAL MISCELLANY. DIANA PILKINGTON // Daily Mail;11/19/2013, p38
WHY does my tongue become coated when I am ill? WHEN you're poorly, you tend to breathe through the mouth rather than the nose.
- TraducciÃ³n y validaciÃ³n de la versiÃ³n en espaÃ±ol de la escala EAT-10 (Eating Assessment Tool-10) para el despistaje de la disfagia. Burgos, R.; Sarto, B.; Segurola, H.; Romagosa, A.; Puiggrós, C.; Vázquez, C.; Cárdenas, G.; Barcons, N.; Araujo, K.; Pérez-Portabella, C. // Nutricion Hospitalaria;nov/dec2012, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p2048
Rationale: The Eating Assessment Tool-10 (EAT-10) is a self-administered, analogical, direct-scoring screening tool for dysphagia. Objective: To translate and adapt the EAT-10 into Spanish, and to evaluate its psychometric properties. Methods: After the translation and back-translation process...