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Two views are usually used during the radiographic examination, the _ and _
lateral
P-A
The most frequently used instrumental procedure in assessment of oropharyngeal swallow in _
videofluorscopy
Ultrasound cannot image the
pharynx
Videoendoscopy is called _, which stands for_.
FEES
Fiberoptic endoscopic examination of swallowing
When looking at aspiration, you should define the approximate _ and _ of the aspiration.
amount
etiology
Normal oral transit time ranges from _sec. to _ sec.
1
1.5
When selecting an instrumental procedure for use in swallow assessment, the clinican should select the desired technique based on
symptoms and particular information needed
The term "backflow" means food coming back up, whereas "gastroesophageal reflux" means _
food entering the pharynx or esophagus from the stomach
The order of types of interventions introduced during videofluoroscopy should be _, _, _, _
postures
sensory
volitional maneuvers
diet changes
Manometry measures _ during swallow.
pressure