Swallowing Physiology after Anterior and Posterior Cervical Spine Surgery: A Comparison on Videofluoroscopy Pre- and Post-surgery

Duchac S, Hielscher-Fastabend M, Müller HM, Aere C, Beate S, Ruf M, Pitzen T (2017)
International Journal of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science 5(4): 71-79.

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Duchac S, Hielscher-Fastabend M, Müller HM, et al. Swallowing Physiology after Anterior and Posterior Cervical Spine Surgery: A Comparison on Videofluoroscopy Pre- and Post-surgery. International Journal of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science. 2017;5(4):71-79.
Duchac, S., Hielscher-Fastabend, M., Müller, H. M., Aere, C., Beate, S., Ruf, M., & Pitzen, T. (2017). Swallowing Physiology after Anterior and Posterior Cervical Spine Surgery: A Comparison on Videofluoroscopy Pre- and Post-surgery. International Journal of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science, 5(4), 71-79. doi:10.13189/ijnbs.2017.050403
Duchac, S., Hielscher-Fastabend, M., Müller, H. M., Aere, C., Beate, S., Ruf, M., and Pitzen, T. (2017). Swallowing Physiology after Anterior and Posterior Cervical Spine Surgery: A Comparison on Videofluoroscopy Pre- and Post-surgery. International Journal of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science 5, 71-79.
Duchac, S., et al., 2017. Swallowing Physiology after Anterior and Posterior Cervical Spine Surgery: A Comparison on Videofluoroscopy Pre- and Post-surgery. International Journal of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science, 5(4), p 71-79.
S. Duchac, et al., “Swallowing Physiology after Anterior and Posterior Cervical Spine Surgery: A Comparison on Videofluoroscopy Pre- and Post-surgery”, International Journal of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science, vol. 5, 2017, pp. 71-79.
Duchac, S., Hielscher-Fastabend, M., Müller, H.M., Aere, C., Beate, S., Ruf, M., Pitzen, T.: Swallowing Physiology after Anterior and Posterior Cervical Spine Surgery: A Comparison on Videofluoroscopy Pre- and Post-surgery. International Journal of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science. 5, 71-79 (2017).
Duchac, Stefanie, Hielscher-Fastabend, Martina, Müller, Horst M., Aere, Christina, Beate, Schumann, Ruf, Michael, and Pitzen, Tobias. “Swallowing Physiology after Anterior and Posterior Cervical Spine Surgery: A Comparison on Videofluoroscopy Pre- and Post-surgery”. International Journal of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science 5.4 (2017): 71-79.
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