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Atypical Swallowing, a Review (2014)
Maspero, C. et al. 2014. Atypical swallowing: a review. Minerva Stomatol. Vol 63: 217-27.
The authors of this study define an atypical swallow as “a myofunctional problem consisting of an altered tongue position during the act of swallowing” (p. 217). The aim of the study is to investigate the relationship between atypical swallowing ...
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