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Dysphagia: Sources and notes

J. Lacau St Guily et al., Swallowing disorders in adults. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Management, Medical-Surgical Encyclopedia, 2006.
A. Forster et al. Assessment and Screening for Swallowing Disorders in Geriatrics, NPG Volume 13, Number 74, pages 107-116, April 2013.

Authors: Dr. Ada Picard, Joel Ignasse and Dr. Nicolas Evrard.

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