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Alterations in oral motor and sensory performance are common. A traditional head and neck examination, however, does not fully assess these functions of the oral-facial region. These procedures should be considered as an addition to a routine assessment of the head and neck. Two case reports demonstrate the utility of the examination in diagnosis and management of patients.
Facial Onset Sensory and Motor Neuronopathy syndrome is an extremely rare disease characterised by sensory and motor loss beginning in the face and spreading to involve an increasingly larger area including the upper arms
Facial Onset Sensory and Motor Neuronopathy syndrome is an extremely rare disease characterised by sensory and motor loss beginning in the face and spreading to involve an increasingly larger area including the upper arms. Details of the disease, and in particular its aetiology, are currently subject to debate, mainly because FOSMN syndrome is so rare. FOSMN was first described in four patients in 2006 and subsequently in a further six patients but so far, these ten represent the only reported cases.
Yojiro Kawamura, Ronald Dubner. Download PDF book format. Talks presented at the Symposium on Oral-facial Sensory and Motor Functions held at the International House of Japan, Tokyo, from June 2nd to 3rd, l980. Personal Name: Kawamura, Yōjirō. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Oral-facial sensory and motor functions Yojiro Kawamura, Ronald Dubner. Book's title: Oral-facial sensory and motor functions Yojiro Kawamura, Ronald Dubner. Personal Name: Dubner, Ronald. Meeting Name: Symposium on Oral-Facial Sensory and Motor Functions (1980 :, Tokyo, Japan).
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The term, "oral and facial function," will here include the sensory and motor neural mechanisms of the face, mouth, pharynx, and larynx. Detailed discussions of nasal function, olfaction, and speech mechanisms have been omitted; these areas would encompass a book in themselves. A chapter on the subject of taste presents a brief overview in relation to other chapters in the book and clinical significance.
Takashi Tamura Shinpei Yamamoto, Yōjirō Kawamura. A role of oral afferents in aversion to taste solutions. Physiology & Behavior. Abstract Reaction times to varying concentrations of the four basic taste stimuli (sucrose, NaCl, tartaric acid and quinine-HCl) were measured in twenty human adults. Reaction times decreased wit. More). Yōjirō Kawamura, Junichi Okamoto, Masaya Funakoshi. Abstract Relationships between drinking behavior and electrical responses of the chorda tympani and lingual nerves were investigated in albino rats. An unacceptable concentration of quinin.
Meetings & Meeting Reports. Oral-Facial Sensory and Motor Mechanisms. Science 04 Dec 1970: Vol. 170, Issue 3962, pp. 1130-1132 DOI: 1. 126/science. Message Subject (Your Name) has forwarded a page to you from Science. Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see this page from the Science web site.