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CDO 335 Study Guide for Exam Three

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CDO 335 Study Guide for Exam Three CDO 335

Rachel Roede
Anatomy & Physiology of Speech and Hearing
Lori Bissell

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This includes fill-in-the-blanks, matching, and other assorted questions to help study for Exam 3
Anatomy & Physiology of Speech and Hearing
Lori Bissell
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Rachel Roede on Monday October 19, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to CDO 335 at Central Michigan University taught by Lori Bissell in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 56 views. For similar materials see Anatomy & Physiology of Speech and Hearing in Communication Disorders & Sciences at Central Michigan University.

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Date Created: 10/19/15
Study Guide for Exam Three Fill in the rest of these words39 de nitions 0 Mastication the process of Deglutition the process of Dysphagia disorders of Labial Seal to keep Bolus mass of into a ball to be Lingual Peristalsis beings to push to back of mouth Aspiration foreign materials entering or area below the levelof Pocketing food is caught in the or sulci in cheek Lingual Stasis food remaining on following the swallow Premature Spillage food escaping into the prior to initiation of the re ex Thermal Stimulation stimulating them very cold before eating and swallowing by making Mark which stage is lst 2nd 3rd and 4th in swallowing Oral Stage Pharyngeal Stage Esophageal Stage Oral Preparatory Stage 0 Match each term with their de nitions Oral Stage Oral Preparatory Stage Esophageal Stage Pharyngeal Stage Modi ed Barium Swallow Study Begins when bolus has been chewed and is ready to be swallowing or when liquid is on tongue Peristalsis and gravity continue bringing the food down the airway to the stomach A diagnostic xray to examine oral preparatory oral and pharyngeal stages of the swallow using different consistencies of liquids and solids mixed with barium radioopaque substance Begins when re ex is triggered and is a complex sequence of re exes Food is prepared for swallowing It is done automatically without conscious effort 0 Match the following stages with the muscles that are activated in each stage A Oral Preparatory Stage B Oral Stage C Pharyngeal Stage D Esophageal Stage Buccinator Muscle Orbicularis Oris Masseter Levator Veli Palatini Muscle Temporalis Risorius Muscle Lateral and Medial Pterygoid Muscles o What are the 3 National Dysphagia Diets 0 National Dysphagia Diet 1 is for people with to oralpharyngeal dysphagia A Oral Preparatory Stage National Dysphagia Diet 2 is for people with to oralpharyngeal dysphagia National Dysphagia Diet 3 is for people with oralpharyngeal dysphagia What are the 4 kinds of liquid modi cations Match the following stages with the de cits that could occur in that stage B Oral Stage C Pharyngeal Stage Loss of airway protection and an increased risk of aspiration because hyoid bone and larynx do not elevate Food could remain on tongue andor hard palate following transit Slowed pharyngeal transit time because there is a reduced function of the pharyngeal constrictor muscles Food may escape into the pharynx prior to initiation of the pharyngeal swallow re ex 1 2 Weak buccal musculatures leading to pocketing of food in the cheeks What does MBS stand for Name each of the levels of closure of the larynx from bottom to top What are the transit times for the following stages Oral Stage Pharyngeal Stage Esophageal Stage What are the four movements of the pharyngeal stage which occur simultaneously 3 4


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