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APP STATECSD-2259Sheila TempleFall

CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.2: Aphonia, Hyperfunction, List Of Voice Disorders

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17 Oct 2016
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CSD 2259 Chapter 9.3: How SSDs are classified and treated

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6 Oct 2016
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Within this group is a small percentage of children who have. How are speech sound disorders identified and described? childhood apraxia of speech: spe
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CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15.5: Medical Ultrasound, Biofeedback, Upper Gastrointestinal Series

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28 Nov 2016
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How is adult dysphagia identified and treated: the slp is typically the key professional responsible for evaluating clients with suspected dysphagia, c
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CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15.3: Upper Gastrointestinal Series, Stridor, Pediatrics

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28 Nov 2016
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How are pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders identified and treated: early identification and referral. The timely identification is critical so
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APP STATECSD-2259Sheila TempleFall

CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.3: Conductive Hearing Loss, Sensorineural Hearing Loss, Otitis Media

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25 Nov 2016
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When sound is not conducted efficiently through the outer or middle ear, the result is an attenuation or reduction of the sound heard. This attenuation
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APP STATECSD-2259Sheila TempleFall

CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.1: Otitis Media, Middle Ear, Pragmatics

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24 Nov 2016
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The ear contains the smallest bones in the human body and has specialized sensory cells that can process sounds ranging from the drop of a pin to the t
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CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.3: Primary Progressive Aphasia, Neurodegeneration, Dysarthria

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27 Oct 2016
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APP STATECSD-2259Sheila TempleFall

CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1: Motor Speech Disorders, Phonation, Vocal Tract

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27 Oct 2016
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Speech production involves the rapid and fine-tuned coordination of many muscles and muscle groups in a fluent, continuous manner. A difference in the
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APP STATECSD-2259Sheila TempleFall

CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.5: Esophageal Speech, Biofeedback, Vocal Folds

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17 Oct 2016
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Warning signs for adults include many of those identified for children and adolescents. Concern if lasts for over 2 weeks. First referral to physician,
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CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.1: Speech Sound Disorder, Motor Speech Disorders, Speech Disorder

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4 Oct 2016
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Speech sound disorder- an impairment of an individual"s sound system that results in a significant problem with speech sound production, causing it to
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APP STATECSD-2259Sheila TempleFall

CSD 2259 Chapter 2: CSD 2259, Textbook Chapter 2

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11 Sep 2016
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APP STATECSD-2259Sheila TempleFall

CSD-2259 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15.4: Inferior Pharyngeal Constrictor Muscle, Dysphagia, Laryngectomy

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28 Nov 2016
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What are the defining characteristics of adult dysphagia: 1. Determined by the site of which the swallowing system breaks down. Slp is primarily concer
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