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cannot hold food in mouth anteriorly (food falls from mouth anteriorly)
reduced lip closure
-usually lips close & remain closed
cannot hold a bolus - matl immediately spreads through oral cav
reduced tongue shaping/coordination (reduced ability to shape tongue around B)
premature loss of liquid or paste into valleculae
reduced anterior soft palate positioning and/or poor tongue control
cannot form a bolus; difficulty puuling food back together into a cohesive bolus
reduced range of tongue motion or coordination
-food normally manipulated & moved throughout oral cav
-when finished w/mast or oral manip, pulled together by tongue into a single B to initiate swallow
matl falls into anterior sulcus
reduced labial muscle (and/or facial muslce) tension/tone
matl falls into lateral sulcus
reduced buccal tension/tone
abnormal hold position
reduced tongue control; tongue thrust
delayed oral onset of swallow
apraxia of swallow; reduced oral sensation
searching tongue mvments
apraxia of swallow
tongue moves forward to start swallow
tongue thrust
residue in ant sulcus
reduced labial tension/tone
residue in lateral sulcus
reduced buccal tension/tone
residue on floor of mouth
reduced tongue shaping or failure of the peripheral seal of the tongue to the anterior and lateral alveolus
residue in a midtongue depression
tongue scarring
residue of food on the tongue
reduced tongue range of mvment or strength
disturbed lingual contraction (peristalsis)
lingual discoordination
incomplete tongue-palate contact
reduced tongue elevation
adherence (residue) or food on hard palate
reduced tongue elevation or strength
reduced anterior-posterior tongue mvment
reduced lingual coordination
repetititive lingual rocking-rolling actions
parkinson's disease
uncontrolled bolus/premature loss of liquid or pudding consistency into pharynx
reduced tongue control; reduced linguavelar seal
piecemeal deglutition
may indicate a fear of swallowing
nasal penetration during swallow
reduced VP closure
bony outgrowth from cervical vertebrae
cervical osteophytes
residue on one side of pharynx & in piriform sinuses
unilateral pharyngeal wall weakness
coating on pharyngeal walls after swallow
reduced pharyngeal contraction bilaterally
vallecular residue after swallow
reduced tongue base posterior mvment
coating in a depression on pharyngeal wall
scar tissue; pharyngeal pouch
reduced laryngeal elevation
residue at top of airway
laryngeal penetration & aspiration after swallow
reduced closure of airway entrance
aspiration during swallow
reduced laryngeal closure
residue in both piriform sinuses
reduced anterior laryngeal motion; cricopharyngeal dysfunction; stricture
unable to align teeth
reduced mandibular mvment
unable to lateralize matl w/tongue
reduced tongue lateralization
unable to mash materials
reduced tongue elevation
matl falls into lateral sulcus
reduced buccal tension/tone
matl falls to floor of mouth
reduced tongue control
B spread across mouth
reduced lingual shaping & fine tongue control
unilateral vallecular residue
unilateral dysfunction in posterior mvment of tongue base
residue in 1 piriform sinus
unilateral dysfunction of pharynx