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odynophagia

pain with swallowing

2

phagophpobia

fear of swallowing

3

xerostomia

dry mouth

4

edentulous

lacking dentition (no teeth or dentures)

5

cachexia

significant loss of appetite in someone who is not actively trying to lose weight

6

febrile

running a fever

7

name the cranial nerves involved in swallowing

5: trigeminal V
7: facial VII
9: glossopharyngeal IX
10: vagus X
11: accessory XI
12: hypoglossal XII

8

name the 3 salivary glands

parotid (in cheek)
submandibular (under mandible)
sublingual (under tongue)

9

name the 3 sections of pharyngeal cavity

nasopharynx
oropharynx
hypopharynx

10

where are pyriform sinuses found?

left and right of arytenoids

11

what is the difference between penetration and aspiration?

penetration: material goes into laryngeal vestibule but not past VF's
aspiration: goes past VF's

12

name the 4 phases of swallowing

oral prep phase
oral transit phase
pharyngeal phase
esophageal phase

13

trismus

reduced range of motion of jaw

14

what is feeding?

placement of food in mouth
OT deals with this

15

what is swallowing?

begins once food enters mouth and reaches stomach
SLPs deal with this

16

CP bar occurs on what side?

posterior

17

esophageal ring occurs on what side?

anterior side

18

what is a colistectomy?

gall bladder removal

19

when a pill "gets stuck" what is the order of location with which it can get stuck?

valleculae
pyriform sinuses
esophagus