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  • Symptoms
  • There is possibility of her being infected by a different infection but most likely in the hiking role is the Lyme disease which has all the symptoms stated below. (exclusivepapers.org)
  • Our patient has shown early stage and second stage symptoms of the Lyme disease which is an infection due to a bite of a tick. (exclusivepapers.org)
  • is a fully developed Lyme disease with the following symptoms, with persistent fatigue, headaches, tingling of the hands and loss of the ability to compose body movements and facial paralysis and its reception to the outside stimuli but this often occurs after months of being infected. (exclusivepapers.org)
  • temperature 100.3" F. These symptoms are elaborate in the concept the disease is in the first stage and antibiotics should be applied and introduced to improve her immune system. (exclusivepapers.org)
  • stages
  • There is evidence to suggest that individuals with AD, even in the early stages of the disease, experience reduced submandibular/sublingual salivary flow rates compared to age-matched controls (Ship, DeCarli et al. (dysphagiacafe.com)
  • research
  • Computational analysis of swallowing mechanics (CASM) is an established research methodology for assessing multiple interactions of swallowing mechanics based on coordinates mapping muscle function including hyolaryngeal movement, pharyngeal shortening, tongue base retraction, and extension of the head and neck, however coordinates characterizing pharyngeal constriction is undeveloped. (ommegaonline.org)
  • common
  • Diabetes is a common disease that can leave the patient dry. (thegentledentist.com)
  • The addition of the superior and middle pharyngeal constrictor coordinates to CASM allows for a robust analysis of the multiple components of swallowing mechanics interacting with a wide range of variables in both patient specific and cohort studies derived from common use imaging data. (ommegaonline.org)
  • Dysphagia and behavioral eating deficits are common in Alzheimer's disease and other dementias (Feinberg, Ekberg et al. (dysphagiacafe.com)
  • Dysphagia may be quite common in individuals with moderate dementia-the prevalence of dysphagia in moderate-to-severe Alzheimer's disease has been estimated between 84% to 93% (Affoo, Foley et al. (dysphagiacafe.com)
  • increase
  • According to Steen Hoffmann, a specialist in clinical microbiology and a consultant at Statens Serum Institut, part of the explanation for the increase is simply that better tests for venereal diseases have been developed. (cphpost.dk)
  • care
  • 2013), and speech-language pathologists have an opportunity to play a role in dysphagia care for these individuals at any stage in the disease process. (dysphagiacafe.com)