- Definitions and symptoms
What is Dysphagia?
Causes of Dysphagia?
Who does it affect?
How is it diagnosed?
- Quality of life
Risk factors and problems associated with Dysphagia
How do you manage Dysphagia?
How can family and friends help?
Who can help?
Dysphagia may occur for some people following treatment with botulinum toxin for dystonia. Specifically, laryngeal dystonia (spasmodic dysphonia) and also for cervical dystonia (spasmodic torticollis).
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