This workbook is designed to supplement the textbook Clinical Management of Swallowing Disorders, Second Edition. The workbook contains true or false, multiple choice, and fill in the blank questions, along with study topics related to each chapter of the book. A unique aspect of the workbook is the inclusion of several projects to help with treatment planning in patients with swallowing disorders. At only $45, Clinical Management of Swallowing Disorders Workbook is an invaluable source for any class studying swallowing and its disorders.
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Coming soon! Brain-Based Communication Disorders will be released next month. This book includes spectacular color illustrations, along with a DVD for only $98. The DVD offers relevant video clips that supplement the text with real world examples. Clinicians in training will find this book very useful, as it introduces types of acquired speech/language, cognitive and swallowing disorders. This book also offers updated clinical management information, making it great for experienced practicing clinicians.
Thomas Murry, PhD is Professor of Speech Pathology in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University, New York, and Adjunct Professor Teacher’s College, Department of Biobehavioral Sciences, Columbia University, New York. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida and his post-doctoral training from the Communication Sciences Laboratory, University of Florida.
Dr. Murry has distinguished himself as a scientist, clinician, and educator in the areas of voice and swallowing. He serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of The Voice Foundation, the Advisory Board of the International Association of Phonosurgery, and on the scientific advisory board of the Pan European Voice Congress. His early research in voice science encompassed a wide range of voice related topics, including underwater communication systems, laryngeal cancer, performer’s voice disorders, and laryngeal neuropathologies. His current research interests include voice disorders and issues in performers’ voices and neurolaryngology
Dr. Murry has published over 120 peer-reviewed articles in national and international scientific journals and has presented over 500 lectures at conferences throughout the world. He has authored or edited 12 books on voice, speech, and swallowing and has contributed numerous chapters to various scientific texts and web sites. He currently serves as the senior editorial consultant to Plural Publishing, Inc. in the areas of voice and swallowing.
This is the first book to concentrate on dysphagia in rare conditions – those that occur infrequently or those that may occur more frequently but are only sometimes associated with dysphagia. Covering a wide range of conditions – from progressive supranuclear palsy (This is the first book to concentrate on dysphagia in rare conditions – those that occur infrequently or those that may occur more frequently but are only sometimes associated with dysphagia. Covering a wide range of conditions – from progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), through connective tissue disease, to conditions as diverse as West Nile virus – the editors and expert contributors efficiently synthesize the available information to provide the essentials needed to help clinicians to perform sophisticated assessments, based on their knowledge of both the conditions and the expected swallowing signs and treatments. Each entry covers the neurology of the given condition, including the signs and symptoms, neuropathology, epidemiology and genetics. Thereafter, coverage of swallowing in each condition examines the diagnostic signs and symptoms, etiology, swallowing neuropathology, associated cognitive, linguistic, and communicative signs and symptoms, special diagnostic considerations, treatment, nutrition, hydration, and medications.