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Principles of Deglutition
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Part I: General Aspects of Deglutition1. Overview of Deglutition and Digestion - Arthur J. Miller2. Gustation, Olfaction and Deglutition - Carmel Ryan and Thomas Hummel3. Coordination of Deglutition and Respiration - Bonnie Martin-Harris and David H. McFarland4. Airway Protective Mechanisms, Reciprocal Physiology of the Deglutitive Axis - Anisa Shaker and Reza Shaker Part II: Central Control of Deglutition5. Cerebral Cortical Control of Deglutition - Dipesh H. Vasant and Shaheen Hamdy6. Brainstem Control of Deglutition: Swallowing pattern Generator - Andre Jean and Michel Dallaporta7. Brainstem Control of Deglutition: Brainstem Neural Circuits and Mediators Regulating Swallowing - Winfried Neuhuber and Detlef Bieger Part III: Preparatory/Oral Phase of Deglutition: 8. Oral Phase Preparation and Propulsion: Anatomy, Physiology, Rheology, Mastication and Transport - Koichiro Matsuo and Jeffrey B. Palmer9. Deglutitive Oral Pressure Phenomena - Robert M. Siwiec and Reza Shaker10. Effect of Aging on the Oral Phase of Deglutition - Georgia A. Malandraki and JoAnne Robbins11. Nascent Oral Phase - Amy L. Delaney and Colin Rudolph Part IV: Pharyngeal Phase of Deglutition 12. Development, Anatomy and Physiology of the Pharynx - Peter C. Belafsky and Catherine Rees Lintzenich13. Development, Anatomy and Physiology of the Larynx - Mikhail Wadie, Stewart I. Adam and Clarence T. Sasaki14. Development, Anatomy and Physiology of the Lungs - Rade Tomic, Andrea Antonescu-Turco and Elizabeth R. Jacobs 15. Effect of Aging of the Pharynx and the UES - Rebecca J. Leonard and Reza Shaker16. Nascent Pharynx, Physiology, Reflexes - Sudarshan R. Jadcherla Part V: UES and its Deglutitive Function 17. Development, Anatomy and Physiology of the Upper Esophageal Sphincter and Pharyngo-Esophageal Junction - Ivan M. Lang 18. Deglutitive Pharyngeal and UES Pressure Phenomena - Erica A. Samuel and Reza Shaker Part VI: Esophageal Phase of Deglutition19. Development, Anatomy and Physiology of the Esophagus - Braden Kuo and Kyle Staller20. Normal Aging and the Esophagus - Paul Menard-Katcher and Gary W. Falk21. Nascent Esophagus, Sensory-Motor Physiology during Maturation - Sudarshan R. Jadcherla Part VII: Esophageal Motility and Its Deglutitive Function22. Esophageal Motor Physiology - William G. Paterson and Nicholas Evans Diamant23. Sphincter Mechanisms at the Esophago-Gastric Junction - Ravinder Mittal24. Motility and Pressure Phenomena of the Esophagus - Vladimir M. Kushnir and C. Prakash Gyawali Part VIII: Oral/pharyngeal phase dysphagia25. Symptom Indices for Dysphagia Assessment and Management - Jacqueline Allen and Peter C. Belafsky26. Cerebro-Vascular Accidents and Dysphagia - Allison R. Gallaugher, Carol-Leigh Wilson and Stephanie K. Daniels27. Progressive Neurologic Disease and Dysphagia (including Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Myasthenia Gravis, Post Polio Syndrome) - John C. Rosenbek and Michelle S. Troche28. Disorders of Appetite, Eating and Swallowing in the Dementias - Manabu Ikeda and John R. Hodges29. Dystrophies and Myopathies (including Muscular, Oculopharyngeal) - Safwan Jaradeh30. Dysphagia Secondary to the Effects of Chemo and Radiation Therapy - Cathy Lazarus31. Swallowing Syncope - Samer Gawrieh32. Globus Pharyngeus - Ian J. Cook33. Deglutition in Patients with Tracheostomy, Nasogastric Tubes and Orogastric Tubes - Steven B. Leder and Debra M. Suiter34. Dysphagia Secondary to Systemic Diseases - Olle Ekberg and Thomas Mandl Part IX: Upper Esophageal Sphincter Opening Dysfunction 35. Zenker's Diverticulum - Ian J. Cook36. Cricopharyngeal Bar - Roberto Oliveira Dantas37. Cricopharyngeal Achalasia - Benson T. Massey38. UES Opening Muscle Dysfunction - Caryn Easterling and Reza Shaker Part X: Esophageal Phase Dysphagia: Motor Disorders39. Achalasia and Ineffective Esophageal Motility - Joel E. Richter40. Esophageal Spasm/ Non-Cardiac Chest Pain Hypertensive Esophageal Peristalsis (Nutcracker Esophagus) Hypertensive Lower Esophageal Sphincter - Monika A. Kwiatek and John Pandolfino Part XI: Esophageal Phase Dysphagia: Structural Abnormalities41. Benign and Malignant Tumors of the Esophagus - Kenneth K. Wang42. Strictures, Rings, Webs (peptic, caustic, radiation, anastomotic) - Eric Johnson, Eric Gaumnitz and Mark Reichelderfer43. Esophageal Foreign Bodies: Food Impaction and Foreign Bodies - Ian C. Grimes and Patrick R. Pfau44. Post-Surgical Dysphagia: Post-Nissen Fundoplication, C-spine surgery, Thyroid surgery, Gastric Banding, Gastric Bypass - Miguel Burch and Jeffrey L. Conklin45. Drug-induced Esophageal Injury - Vikneswaran Namasivayam and Joseph A. Murray46. Infectious Esophagitis - Vikneswaran Namasivayam and Joseph A. Murray47. Eosinophilic Esophagitis - Sameer Dhalla and Ikuo Hirano48. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease - Denis M. McCarthy49. Barrett's Esophagus - Stuart Jon Spechler50. Extraesophageal Manifestations of Reflux Disease and Dysphagia - Robert T. Kavitt and Michael F. Vaezi 51. Hiatal Hernia - Sabine Roman and Peter J. Kahrilas Part XII: Eating Disorders52. Psychogenic Dysphagia - Margareta Bulow53. Rumination Syndrome - Paul E. Hyman and Lindsay D. Clendaniel Part XIII: Treatment Options for Deglutition Disorders 54. Compensatory Management and Treatment in Dysphagia - Maggie-Lee Huckabee and Louise Hughes55. Rehabilitative Treatments - Caryn Easterling56. Electrical Stimulation Treatment - Christy L. Ludlow57. Pharmacotherapy of UES Spastic Disorder - Matthew R. Hoffman, Ben Bauer, Seth Dailey and Tim M. McCulloch58. Open and Endoscopic Cricopharyngeal Myotomy - Andre Duranceau59. Surgical Treatment of Zenker's Diverticulum - Michele P. Morrison and Gregory N. Postma 60. Dilatations (UES, Esophagus, LES) Balloon Dilations, Bougies - Walter J. Hogan61. Esophageal Stenting for Relief of Dysphagia - Kulwinder S. Dua62. Botulinum Toxin for LES Spastic Disorders - Linda Nguyen and Pankaj J. Pasricha63. Surgical Treatment of Achalasia and Spastic Esophageal Disorders - Toshitaka Hoppo and Blair A. Jobe64. Vocal Fold Medialization, Arytenoid Adduction, and Partial Pharyngectomy - C. Blake Simpson65. Laryngohyoid Suspension - Hans F. Mahieu, Martijn P. Kos and Ingo F. Herrman66. Surgical Management of Life-Threatening Aspiration - Kaicheng Lawrence Yen and D. Gregory Farwell 67. Anti-Reflux Surgery - Candice L. Wilshire and Jeffrey H. Peters68. Tube Feeding: Indications, Considerations and Technique - William L. Berger

About the Author

Dr. Shaker is one the founders of the Dysphagia Research Society and the Medical College of Wisconin's Dysphagia Institute. Dr. Shaker is internationally recognized for his studies of deglutition and deglutition disorders, gastroesophageal reflux disease and cerebral cortical control of gastrointestinal sensory motor function. His research has led to some of the seminal discoveries in the area of airway protection and has opened new avenues of investigation and treatment for patients with swallowing disorders. He developed the rehabilitative exercises for treatment of upper esophageal sphincter dysphagia: The `Shaker Exercises` commonly used in clinical practice.

Reviews

From the reviews:"This book examines the principles of swallowing, including basic physiology, and related disorders. ... The objectives are worthy, as a comprehensive book on this topic is difficult to come by. It is written for anyone interested in learning more about swallowing and its related disorders. ... The chapters are a collection of articles on the various topics, each with pertinent illustrations/graphics. ... This is a useful, up-to-date, comprehensive reference on swallowing and its related disorders." (Inna Athar Husain, Doody's Review Service, February, 2013)

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