publication . Article . 2016

Role of Basal Ganglia in Swallowing Process: A Systematic Review

Mohammad Sadegh Seifpanahi;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2016 Journal: Iranian Rehabilitation Journal (issn: 1735-3602, eissn: 1735-3610, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Negah Institute for Scientific Communication
Objectives: The basal ganglia (BG) controls different patterns of behavior by receiving inputs from sensory-motor and pre-motor cortex and projecting it to pre-frontal, pre-motor and supplementary motor areas. As the exact role of BG in swallowing process has not been fully determined, we aimed at reviewing the published data on neurological control in the swallowing technique to have a better understanding of BG’s role in this performance.  Methods: English-language articles, which were published before December 2015 and eligible for the present research, were extracted from databases according to the inclusion criteria, i.e. articles related to &ldq...
Medical Subject Headings: otorhinolaryngologic diseasesdigestive, oral, and skin physiology
free text keywords: Basal ganglia, Swallowing, Thalamo-cortical circuits, Medicine, R, Vocational rehabilitation. Employment of people with disabilities, HD7255-7256
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publication . Article . 2016

Role of Basal Ganglia in Swallowing Process: A Systematic Review

Mohammad Sadegh Seifpanahi;