3 years ago

Sensory dysphagia: A case series and proposed classification of an under recognized swallowing disorder

Laura F. Santoso, Daniel Y. Kim, David Paydarfar

Abstract

Background

Although sensory feedback is a vital regulator of deglutition, it is not comprehensively considered in the standard dysphagia evaluation. Difficulty swallowing secondary to sensory loss may be termed “sensory dysphagia” and may account for cases receiving diagnoses of exclusion, like functional or idiopathic dysphagia.

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