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Evaluation and Treatment of Swallowing Disorders

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11/1/1997
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Table of Contents

Preface xi
Chapter 1 Introduction: Definitions and Basic Principles of Evaluation and Treatment of Swallowing Disorders
1(12)
Signs and Symptoms of Dysphagia
3(1)
Screening: Identifying the Patient at High Risk for Oropharyngeal Dysphagia
4(1)
Complications of Dysphagia
5(1)
Multidisciplinary Approach
5(1)
Patient Safety
6(1)
Focus of this Book
7(1)
References
8(5)
Chapter 2 Anatomy and Physiology of Normal Deglutition
13(40)
Anatomic Structures
13(10)
Physiology
23(13)
The Mechanism as a Set of Tubes and Valves
36(1)
Changes with Age
37(8)
Variations in Normal Swallowing
45(2)
References
47(6)
Chapter 3 Instrumental Techniques for the Study of Swallowing
53(18)
Imaging Studies
54(8)
Nonimaging Procedures
62(5)
Selecting an Instrumental Procedure
67(1)
References
67(4)
Chapter 4 Disorders of Deglutition
71(64)
The Lateral View
77(37)
The Posterior-Anterior View
114(6)
Appendix 4A: Videofluorographic Examination of Swallowing Worksheet
120(12)
References
132(3)
Chapter 5 Evaluation of Swallowing Disorders
135(56)
Screening Procedures
135(4)
The Bedside or Clinical Examination
139(29)
Videofluoroscopic Procedure--The Modified Barium Swallow
168(17)
References
185(6)
Chapter 6 Management of the Patient with Oropharvngeal Swallowing Disorders
191(60)
Treatment Planning
191(2)
Oral Versus Nonoral Feeding
193(3)
Compensatory Treatment Procedures
196(9)
Therapy Procedures by Category
205(17)
Therapy and Management for Specific Swallowing Disorders
222(13)
Other Issues in Swallowing Therapy
235(6)
Issues in the Management of Dysphagia in Various Settings
241(5)
Summary
246(1)
References
246(5)
Chapter 7 Swallowing Disorders After Treatment for Oral and Oropharyngeal Cancer
251(30)
Pretreatment Dental Assessment
252(1)
Tumor Staging
253(1)
Typical Tumor Locations and Resections in the Oral Cavity
254(6)
Types of Reconstruction Following the Ablative Procedure
260(3)
Rehabilitation Needs and Procedures for the Oral Cancer Patient
263(2)
Rehabilitation Needs and Procedures for the Oropharyngeal Cancer Patient
265(1)
Optimal Schedule for Rehabilitation
265(3)
Swallowing Disorders Related to Specific Surgical Resections and Reconstruction Techniques
268(6)
Swallowing Disorders After Radiotherapy to the Oral Cavity and Oropharynx
274(1)
General Principles of Swallowing Therapy with Treated Oral Cancer Patients
275(2)
References
277(4)
Chapter 8 Swallowing Disorders After Treatment for Laryngeal Cancer
281(26)
Principles of Tumor Management in the Larynx
282(2)
Typical Tumor Locations and Resections in the Larynx and Associated Swallowing Disorders
284(12)
Radiotherapy
296(1)
General Guidelines for Swallowing Therapy with Treated Laryngeal Cancer Patients
297(1)
References
298(5)
Introduction to Chapters 9 and 10: Swallowing Disorders Caused by Neurologic Impairments
303(4)
General Considerations in Management of Patients with Swallowing Disorders Due to a Neurologic Disorder
304(1)
Evaluation of the Neurologic Patient in the Intensive Care Unit
305(1)
References
306(1)
Chapter 9 Swallowing Disorders Caused by Neurologic Lesions from Which Some Recovery Can Be Anticipated
307(22)
Swallowing Problems After Stroke
307(8)
Swallowing Problems Following Closed Head Trauma
315(3)
Swallowing Problems After Cervical Spinal Cord Injury
318(4)
Swallowing Problems After Neurosurgical Procedures Affecting the Brainstem and/or Cranial Nerves
322(1)
Swallowing Problems Resulting from Poliomyelitis
323(1)
Swallowing Problems Associated with Guillain-Barre
323(1)
Swallowing Problems Associated with Cerebral Palsy
324(1)
Swallowing Problems Associated with Dysautonomia (Riley-Day Syndrome)
325(1)
References
326(3)
Chapter 10 Swallowing Problems Associated with Degenerative Disease
329(16)
Swallowing Problems Associated with Neurologic or Neuromuscular Disease
330(10)
Other Degenerative Diseases Causing Swallowing Problems
340(1)
References
341(4)
Chapter 11 Medical Treatment for Swallowing Disorders
345(14)
Techniques Designed To Improve Specific Swallowing Disorders
345(4)
Procedures Designed To Control Unremitting Aspiration
349(1)
Techniques for Nonoral Feeding
350(4)
Medications
354(1)
References
354(5)
Chapter 12 Clinical Decision Making
359(8)
Prerequisites for Good Decision Making
359(1)
Clinical Decisions
360(4)
Ethical Issues for Good Clinical Decision Making
364(1)
References
364(3)
Chapter 13 Multidisciplinary Management of Dysphagia
367(8)
Professions Often Included on the Multidisciplinary Team
368(2)
Establishing the Radiographic Procedure
370(1)
Models of Communication Between the Team Members
370(1)
Efficacy of Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation for Dysphagia
371(1)
Staff Education by the Team
372(1)
References
372(3)
Chapter 14 Measurement of Swallowing and Intervention Strategies: The Future
375(6)
Swallowing Measures
375(2)
Criteria for the Measurement of Treatment Effects
377(1)
Every Clinician's Role
378(1)
The Future
378(1)
References
379(2)
Author Index 381(6)
Subject Index 387


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