The Tailored Examination

  • Bronwyn Jones
  • Martin W. Donner

Abstract

Each patient with dysphagia is different. Productive time can be spent with the patient, prior to the actual examination itself, in taking a brief, relevant history (Table 3.1), which may then be used to guide and tailor the examination to the individual patient (see below).

Keywords

Fatigue Radionuclide Barium Luminal Straw 

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  • Martin W. Donner

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