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Frequency of Stage II Oral Transport Cycles in Healthy Human
Association of late effects of single, severe traumatic brain injury with Alzheimer's disease using amyloid PET
Food transit duration is associated with the number of stage II transport cycles when eating solid food
Electromyography of Swallowing with Fine Wire Intramuscular Electrodes in Healthy Human: Amplitude Difference of Selected Hyoid Muscles.
Social Brain Dysfunction
Investigation into the safety of driving by individuals with higher brain dysfunction
Considerations for safety of high-frequency repetitive peripheral magnetic stimulation of skeletal muscles in rats: Assessment by histological analysis of muscles and biochemical blood tests
Risk factors for patients who develop pneumonia either before or after hip fracture surgery.
Electromyography of swallowing with fine wire intramuscular electrodes in healthy human: activation sequence of selected hyoid muscles.
Higher Brain Dysfunction Due to Cerebral Infarction and Patient Treatment
Electrode position and hyoid movement in surface electrical stimulation of the suprahyoid muscle group.
Utility of full-body thermotherapy for an elderly patient with multiple organ complications requiring lower-leg amputation
Ideal Outpatient Care for Higher Brain Dysfunction
Changes in motor evoked potentials in the suprahyoid muscles by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation
The outcome of dysphagia rehabilitation in post-surgical patients with head and neck cancer: Investigation before widespread use of PEG
Swallowing characteristics of myotonic dystrophy patients.
A new method using F-waves to measure muscle fiber conduction velocity (MFCV).
Accuracy in the recording of motor evoked potentials(MEPs) in rodents : Reaction evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and electrical stimulation(ES)
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Effects of donepezil hydrochloride on functional independence measure (FIM) of stroke pstients in our recovery phase rehabilitation ward.
The effect of botulinum toxin A in function and ability for stroke patient.
The surface electrical stimulation in a patient with dysphagia caused by dyskinesia.
Volitional control of walking induces changes in motor cortical excitability
OCCURRENCE OF STAGE II ORAL TRANSPORT IN YOUNG HEALTHY ADULTS
Cycle Duration in Eating is longer for Stage II Oropharyngeal Transport Cycles than for Chewing Cycles
Hyoid movement during Stage II Food Transport from Mouth to Pharynx
Electrical stimulation to the suprahyoid muscles as a basis of dysphagia rehabilitation
Initiation of stage II transport: Influence of food transit duration
Initiation of stage II transport
The change of cohesiveness and hardness on food after chewing
The outcome of swallowing after head and neck surgery
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