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  1. Applying the Evidence: Taste Manipulation as a Dysphagia Management Strategy
  2. Inherited taste sensitivity and swallowing
  3. Making a Standard Clinical Resource More Inclusive
  4. Genetic factors may influence swallowing physiology
  5. Taste's influence on swallowing physiology
  6. Effects of Artificial Airways and Bolus Properties on Swallowing in Trauma Patients
  7. Dysphagia Management and Research in an Acute-Care Military Treatment Facility: The Role of Applied Informatics
  8. Effects of Age, Sex, and Body Position on Orofacial Muscle Tone in Healthy Adults
  9. Tolerance of the VocaLog™ Vocal Monitor by Healthy Persons and Individuals With Parkinson Disease
  10. A Handheld Device Comparable to Impulse Oscillometry for Measurement of Respiratory Resistance
  11. Correlation Between Upright and Supine Respiratory Resistance and Apnea-Hypopnea Index
  12. Testing of the VocaLog Vocal Monitor
  13. 3D dynamic visualization of swallowing from multi-slice computed tomography
  14. Perceptual and instrumental assessments of orofacial muscle tone in dysarthric and normal speakers
  15. The Effect of Barium on Perceptions of Taste Intensity and Palatability
  16. Endoscopic and Stroboscopic Presentation of the Larynx in Male-to-Female Transsexual Persons
  17. Feasibility of group voice therapy for individuals with Parkinson's disease