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Title Dysphagia management in head and neck cancers : a manual and atlas / Krishnakumar Thankappan, Subramania Iyer, Jayakumar R Menon, editors.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, 2018.

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Subject Deglutition disorders -- Treatment -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Head -- Cancer.
Neck -- Cancer.
Deglutition Disorders -- therapy.
Deglutition Disorders -- etiology.
Head and Neck Neoplasms -- complications.
Alt Name Thankappan, Krishnakumar,
Iyer, Subramania,
Menon, Jayakumar R.,
Description 1 online resource
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed October 17, 2018).
Contents Nerves of the LarynxSuperior Laryngeal Nerve; Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Branch of the Vagus; Pharynx; Nasopharynx; Oropharynx; Hypopharynx; Salivary Glands; Parotid Gland; Submandibular Gland; Sublingual Glands; Esophagus; Upper Esophageal Sphincter (UES); Neural Organization of Swallowing; References; 2: Physiology of Swallowing; Introduction; Stages of Normal Swallow; Voluntary Stages of the Swallow; Oral Phase; Oral Preparatory Stage; Oral Phase Proper; Involuntary Stages of the Swallow; Pharyngeal Phase; Neuromuscular Activities in Pharyngeal Swallow; Protection of the Airway
Intro; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Part I: Anatomy and Physiology; 1: Anatomy of Swallowing; Introduction; Oral Cavity; Structures Within Oral Cavity; Lips; Cheeks and Buccal Mucosa; Teeth; Tongue; Hard Palate; Soft Palate; Muscles of Mastication; Larynx; Cartilages of the Larynx; Thyroid Cartilage; Cricoid Cartilage; Epiglottis; Arytenoid Cartilages; Corniculate Cartilages; Cuneiform Cartilages; Ligaments of the Larynx; Muscles of Larynx; Cavities of the Larynx; Laryngeal Cavity; Laryngeal Ventricles and Saccules; Rima Vestibuli and Rima Glottides; Subglottis
Opening of Upper Esophagus Sphincter (Cricopharyngeus)Pressure Generation Within the Pharynx; Esophageal Phase; Effect of Swallowing on Respiration; Neural Control of Swallowing; References; Part II: Evaluation; 3: Pretreatment Counseling Education and Training; Introduction; Pretreatment Dysphagia Assessment; Clinical Swallowing Evaluation; Instrumental Assessment; Video-Endoscopic Procedures; Pretreatment Factors Affecting Swallowing Outcome; Tumor Site; Tumor Stage; Patient's Functional State and Demographics; Treatment Type; Pretreatment Counselling; Patient Education and Information
Prophylactic Swallowing Exercises and TrainingPatient Adherence to Exercises; References; 4: Clinical Swallow Evaluation in Head and Neck Cancer; Introduction; Timing of the Evaluation; Preoperative/Prior to Radiotherapy or Chemoradiotherapy; Importance of Pretreatment Swallowing Exercises and Oral Diet; Postoperative/Pre-adjuvant Radiotherapy or Chemoradiotherapy; During Radiotherapy or Chemoradiotherapy; Post-Radiotherapy or Chemoradiotherapy; Aspiration Considerations; Components of the Swallowing Evaluation; Chart Review; Areas Included in the Chart Review
Post-Radiotherapy/Post-Chemoradiotherapy Factors for ConsiderationPain; Oral Mucositis and Xerostomia; Trismus; Lymphedema; Weight Loss; Dysgeusia; Observations and Oral Motor Evaluation; Oral Trials; Recommendations; Education and Support; Late Dysphagia and the Swallow Evaluation; Impact of Patient Perception on Swallowing; References; 5: Videofluoroscopy Swallow Study: Technique and Protocol; Introduction; Technique; Protocol; References; Suggested Reading; 6: Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES): Technique and Interpretation; Introduction; Technique; Preparation
Summary Dysphagia and problems related to swallowing are common following treatment for head and neck cancers. Though there are books available on dysphagia management and associated neurological conditions, this is the only atlas that comprehensively discusses dysphagia related to the head and neck cancers. It comprises of 33 chapters divided into five sections. The initial chapters present the anatomy and physiology of swallowing and the pathophysiology of the dysphagia-related structures. It discusses assessment of dysphagia in detail, highlighting clinical and instrumental evaluations. Swallowing dysfunction related to common sub-site cancers and chemo-radiotherapy related dysphagia are explored individually. The book addresses direct and indirect swallowing therapy methods involving postures and exercises in a detailed yet simple manner to enable them to be incorporated in routine practice. It also covers topics like nutritional management, alternative feeding methods and unique problems associated with tracheostomy that have a great bearing on the day-to-day management of patients with dysphagia. The current status of the research and evidence- based management updates are also included. Additionally, where appropriate videos are included for a better understanding of the subject. Written and edited by experts in the field, the book is intended for clinicians treating head and neck cancer, head and neck surgeons, radiation oncologists, speech and swallowing therapy specialists and trainees in these fields.
ISBN 9789811082825 (electronic bk.)
9811082820 (electronic bk.)
9789811082818 (print)
9811082812
9789811082832 (print)
9811082839
9789811341090 (print)
9811341095
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-981-10-8282-5
OCLC # 1056952130
Additional Format Original 9811082812 9789811082818 (OCoLC)1019642963.