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True or False
There is a very small increase that has been observed in the frequency and extent of oral or oropharyngeal residue in indivicuals over 60.
True
True or False
As bolus viscosity increases, the pressure generated by the oral tongue, tongue base, and pharyngeal wall decreases.
False
Aspiration and residue are disorders or symptoms of swallow disorders?
symptoms
Screening is designed to:
identify signs and symptoms of oropharyngeal dysphagia
Feeding is limited to:
1. positioning of food in the mouth
2. manipulating food in the mout with the tongue
3. chewing a bolus of varying consistencies
4. recollecting the bolus into a cohesive mass prior to initiation of the oral stage of swallow
5. organizing lingual action to propel the bolus posteriorly
The lateral sulcus is closed by the _
cheek
Aspiration is_
when food or liquid falls below the true vocal folds
The arytenoids have two function during swallow:
1. close off the true vocal folds
2. tilts the arytenoids forward
The roof of the mouth is formed by the _, the _, and the _.
maxilla
velum
uvula
The valleculae is the space between the _ and the _.
base of tongue
epiglottis