Management of oropharyngeal neurogenic dysphagia in adults Neurologic disorders demonstrate a high prevalence of OPD resulting in significant decrement to health and healthcare costs. Novel technologies were reported in assessment and tracking of dysphagia as well as emerging innovative therapeutic transvestite.xyz by: 6. Management of oropharyngeal neurogenic dysphagia in adults. Miles A (1), Allen JE. (1)aSchool of Psychology, Speech Science bThe University of Auckland cWaitemata District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand. PURPOSE OF REVIEW: This article reviews recent literature in the management of neurogenic oropharyngeal dysphagia (OPD) including assessment processes and treatments, with Cited by: 6.
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Aug 01, · Until recently dysphagia due to neurological disease was rarely studied in detail. For clinical neurologists the limited repertoire of bulbar symptoms and signs meant that the cause of the swallowing problem was more easily inferred from symptoms and signs in the limbs and upper cranial nerves, whilst ENT surgeons have understandably focused their attention on structural and malignant Cited by: 1. May 04, · The most common cause of adult neurogenic dysphagia, however, is stroke (Kirshner, ). Dysphagia and neurological damage Traditionally, it has been taught that because the brain-stem swallowing centre has bilateral innervation from the cortex, dysphagia could occur only as a consequence of direct brain-stem or bilateral cortical damage.