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How Dysphagia Disrupts Food Digestion
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Swallowing Difficulties / Dysphagia Coronavirus Updates & Hospital Visitor Policy Swallowing is an active process. The esophagus is not simply a passive
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Frontal, Temporal, Parietal, Occipital Lobe Strokes
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Anatomy of the Brain Click image to enlarge The three main components of the brain—the cerebrum, the cerebellum, and the brainstem—have distinct functions.
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Difference in Strokes When Right-Handed vs Left-Handed
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The advantage of being left-handed in interactive sports Abernethy, B., & Mann, D. (2008). Dual pathways or dueling pathways for visual anticipation?
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Changes in Sexual Function After a Stroke
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Experiences of Sexuality Six Years After Stroke: A Qualitative Study Volume 14, Issue 6, June 2017, Pages 797-803 Little is known about the long-term consequences
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6 Post-Stroke Rehab Programs You May Need
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The Days and Months After a Stroke There are many problems that may happen after a stroke. Most are common and will improve with time and rehabilitation.
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3 Types of Aphasia That May Result From Stroke
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Broca Aphasia Aphasia is a term used to describe a disturbance in the ability to use symbols (written or spoken) to communicate information and is categorized
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7 Ways to Cope if People Think You Are Faking Illness
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7 Ways Narcissists Make You Feel Inferior People with strong narcissistic, sociopathic, psychopathic, and other dark personality traits (thereafter called