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Use of thickened liquids versus postural change as an immediate intervention for thin-liquid aspiration in individuals with neurogenic dysphagia: No easy answers1



Use of thickened liquids versus postural change as an immediate intervention for thin-liquid aspiration in individuals with neurogenic dysphagia: No easy answers1



Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention 3(1): 19-23




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