volume 55, issue 1, P50-54 2018
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-2803.201800000-10
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Abstract: ABSTRACT -Background -Dysphagia is described as a complaint in 32% of patients with laryngitis. Objective -The objective of this investigation was to evaluate oral and pharyngeal transit of patients with laryngitis, with the hypothesis that alteration in oral-pharyngeal bolus transit may be involved with dysphagia. Methods -Videofluoroscopic evaluation of the swallowing of liquid, paste and solid boluses was performed in 21 patients with laryngitis, 10 of them with dysphagia, and 21 normal volunteers of the s…

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