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Lazarus, C.L. History of the Use and Impact of Compensatory Strategies in Management of Swallowing Disorders. Dysphagia 32, 3–10 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00455-016-9779-6

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Keywords

  • Bolus Volume
  • Pharyngeal Transit Time
  • Pharyngeal Residue
  • Pharyngeal Pressure
  • Bolus Flow