EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR SWALLOWING DISORDERS

7th ESSD Congress

 

21-22 September 2017 Barcelona
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  1-S9-2.9 AGING CHANGES BRAIN NETWORKS DURING SWALLOWING: GENERAL LINEAR MODEL AND INDEPENDENT COMPONENT ANALYSIS Sung-Bom Pyun Received Received
  1-S5-1.10 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ORAL HYPOFUNCTION AND MALNUTRITION IN HOSPITALIZED CANCER PATIENTS IN AN ACUTE HOSPITAL Norie Kitoh Received Received
  1-S5-1.9 SWALLOWING IN HEALTHY ADULTS: ACOUSTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF TIME, INTENSITY AND FREQUENCY Maria Cristina Cardoso Received Received
  1-S5-1.2 STAMPS - DEVELOPMENT AND VERIFICATION OF SWALLOWING KINEMATIC ANALYSIS SOFTWARE Han Gil Seo Received Received
  1-S5-1.5 DYSPHAGIA AND PALLIATIVE CARE PORTRAYED IN MOVIES ABOUT ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEGENERATIVE DISORDERS Francelise Roque Received Received
  1-S5-1.3 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF BOLUS INEFFICIENCY IN OCULOPHARYNGEAL MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY Lauren Tabor Received Received
  1-S9-2.6 ORAL FEEDING READINESS IN PRETERM INFANTS: HOLISTIC CONSIDERATIONS Jennifer Pusins Received Received
  1-S13-3.7 SWALLOWING FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL VOCAL CORD PARALYSIS Hyunhwa Lee Received Received
  1-S5-1.7 TREATMENT OF CRICOPHARYNGEAL DYSFUNTION: AN EFFECT OF ELLIPTICAL BALLOON DILATATION Seiko SHIBATA Received Received
  1-S5-1.8 SWALLOWING FUNCTION, PEAK EXPIRATORY COUGH FLOW AND RESPIRATORY MUSCLE FUNCTION IN ACUTE STROKE PATIENTS Anna Guillen-Sola Received Received
  1-S13-3.8 EFFECT OF VOLITIONAL CHEWING ON MASTICATORY BEHAVIORS Hirokazu Ashiga Received Received
  1-S13-3.3 PERSISTENCE OF DYSPHAGIA, XEROSTOMIA AND TASTE ALTERATION: IMPACT ON QUALITY OF LIFE FOLLOWING HEAD AND NECK CANCER TREATMENTS Barbara Messing Received Received
  1-S13-3.5 EFFECT OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE THICKENING AGENTS ON READY TO FEED INFANT FORMULAS Memorie Gosa Received Received
  1-S9-2.4 DYSPHAGIA KNOWLEDGE IN NURSING HOME CARE PROVIDERS Sima Farpour Received Received
  1-S5-1.1 VARIABILITY OF CITRIC ACID COUGH REFLEX TEST: A TIDAL BREATH DOSE-RESPONSE METHOD Maggie-Lee Huckabee Received Received
  1-S9-2.1 QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT OF SOLID BOLUS INGESTION IN POST-RADIATION HEAD AND NECK CANCER PATIENTS Maggie-Lee Huckabee Received Received
  1-S9-2.3 A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF REHABILITATION FOR CORTICOBULBAR SYMPTOMS IN ADULTS WITH HUNTINGTONS DISEASE Maggie-Lee Huckabee Received Received
  1-S9-2.10 THE PARALLEL SWALLOW DISORDER CLINIC: A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH BETWEEN ENT AND SPEECH LANGUAGE THERAPY (SLT) TO IMPROVE PATIENT EXPERIENCE AND OUTCOMES. Anita Smith Received Received
  2-S13-3.10 EFFECT OF LEE SILVERMAN VOICE TREATMENT (LSVT LOUD) ON DYSPHAGIA IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSONISM (PROGRESSIVE SUPRANUCLEAR PALSY AND MULTIPLE SYSTEM ATROPHY) Sonoko Nozaki Received Received
  2-S13-3.5 TONGUE STRENGTH AND DENTAL CARIES IN DOWN SYNDROMES hamid reza farpour Received Received
  2-S5-1.3 SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY: BULBAR PROBLEMS ACROSS DIFFERENT TYPES OF SMA. Marise Van der Heul Received Received
  2-S9-2.3 PREDICTORS OF PENETRATION-ASPIRATION IN PARKINSONS DISEASE PATIENTS WITH DYSPHAGIA A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS Maren Gaeckle Received Received
  2-S9-2.4 INVOLVEMENT OF ORAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND SPEECH THERAPISTS IN LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE (LTCI) BENEFITS INCREASED THE LTCI FACILITIES INCOME IN A JAPANESE PREFECTURE Satoko Shibata Received Received
  2-S9-2.1 VALIDATION OF THE DUTCH MD ANDERSON DYSPHAGIA INVENTORY FOR PATIENTS WITH NEUROGENIC DYSPHAGIA Eveline Samuels Received Received
  2-S5-1.6 LARYNGEAL CLEFT AS ANATOMICAL CAUSE OF OROPHARYNGEAL DYSPHAGIA IN PAEDIATRIC AGE Johanna Martínez Osorio Received Received
  2-S5-1.2 GOOD APPEARANCE OF DIET INCREASES REWARD-RELATED BRAIN ACTIVITY: A FUNCTIONAL MRI STUDY Takashi Shigematsu Received Received
  2-S9-2.2 THE GOTHENBURG THROATEVALUATION OF BOLUS FLOW IN VITRO Mats Stading Received Received
  2-S9-2.6 DOES SWALLOW PHYSIOLOGY IMPACT DIETARY DIVERSITY IN CHILDREN? Jennifer Pusins Received Received
  2-S9-2.9 VISCOSITY IN THE DIET OF PATIENTS DIAGNOSED WITH OROPHARYNGEAL DYSPHAGIA. Maria Luisa (Marisa) Garcia Received Received
  2-S5-1.5 DYSPHAGIA MANAGEMENT IN ADULTS AND ELDERLY PERSONS WHO ARE RECEIVING PALLIATIVE CARE: A SCOPING REVIEW Francelise Roque Received Received
  2-S5-1.9 SWALLOWING SOUNDS ANALYSIS IN CHILDREN WITH BRONCHIOLITIS Maria Cristina Cardoso Received Received
  2-S9-2.10 DYSPHAGIA MANAGEMENT IN DUTCH INTENSIVE CARE UNITS: A NATIONWIDE SURVEY Jonneke Lut Received Received
  2-S9-2.5 KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTIONS OF FEEDING PEOPLE WITH ADVANCED DEMENTIA AMONG HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS IN ISRAEL Irena Pinkhusovsky Received Received
  2-S13-3.8 INSPIRATION BEFOR OR AFTER SWALLOW -- PREDISPOSITION TO ASPIRATION AND EXACERBATION? Yoshitaka Oku Received Received
  2-S13-3.2 A STUDY OF ORAL HEALTH COMPLICATIONS AND MALNUTRITION BY DYSPHAGIC PATIENTS WHO DIED IN HOSPITAL Akemi Utsumi Received Received
  3-S13-3.3 DEGLUTITION DISORDERS AS A CONSEQUENCE OF CANCER THERAPIES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS Isabela Porto de Toledo Received Received
  3-S9-2.8 CORRELATION BETWEEN LOCATION OF CEREBRAL INFARCTION AND FEATURES OF VIDEOFLUOROSCOPIC SWALLOWING STUDY Chao Li Received Received
  3-S9-2.9 NEUROPLASTICITY ACROSS THE LIFESPAN: IMPLICATIONS FOR DYSPHAGIA MANAGEMENT Abrar Alduraibi Received Received
  3-S9-2.10 THE BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPISTS REGARDING QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES IN DYSPHAGIA MANAGEMENT -- AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY Jennifer Moloney Received Received
  3-S5-1.1 SUBMENTAL SEMG AS A SURROGATE FOR LINGUAL-PALATAL PRESSURE MEASURES IN HEALTHY ADULTS. Yoshiaki Ihara Received Received
  3-S5-1.4 SWALLOWING FEATURES IN HUNTINGTONS DISEASE: A COMPARISON BETWEEN SAFE VERSUS UNSAFE SWALLOWERS Nicole Pizzorni Received Received
  3-S9-2.3 THE SWALLOW PROFILE OF PATIENTS ACCESSING A UK RESPIRATORY CENTRE Pippa Hales Received Received
  3-S5-1.6 ADMINISTRATION OF BOTULINUM TOXIN IN CRICOPHARYNGEAL ACHALASY IS A CAUSE INFREQUENT OF OROPHARYNGEAL DYSPHAGIA IN PAEDIATRIC Mariela Mercedes De Los Santos Mercedes Received Received
  3-S9-2.6 WATER SWALLOW TESTS IN CHILDREN: FEASIBILITY AND NORMAL VALUES Lenie van den Engel-Hoek Received Received
  3-S5-1.10 FACTORS AFFECTING SWALLOWING OUTCOMES AFTER TOTAL LARYNGECTOMY: PARTICIPANT SELF-REPORT USING THE SOAL (SWALLOWING OUTCOMES AFTER LARYNGECTOMY) QUESTIONNAIRE Mary Lee Received Received
  3-S13-3.8 THE INFLUENCE OF LIQUID THICKNESS ON TIMING MEASURES OF SWALLOWING IN HEALTHY ADULTS CATRIONA STEELE Received Received
  3-S5-1.9 SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF BLACK PEPPER OIL INHALATION ON PHARYNGEAL MOTOR SYSTEM IN HEALTHY HUMANS Masahiro Watanabe Received Received
  3-S5-1.3 THE DISCREPANCY BETWEEN PATIENT PERSPECTIVE ON SWALLOWING AND CLINICAL FINDINGS IN PARKINSONS DISEASE Michel van Hooren Received Received
  3-S13-3.4 FIBEROPTIC ENDOSCOPIC EVALUATION OF SWALLOWING IN CHILDREN WITH DYSPHAGIA. RELATION BETWEEN ENDOSCOPIG FINDINGS, FEEDING OUTCOMES AND VIDEOFLUROSCOPIC SWALLOW STUDY RESULTS. J. Vicent Arcos Machancoses Received Received
  4-S9-2.4 THE PREVALENCE OF OROPHARYNGEAL DYSPHAGIA IN ACUTE GERIATRIC PATIENTS Dorte Melgaard Received Received
  4-S13-3.1 AGREEMENT AND TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY OF THE FRENCH VERSION OF THE SYDNEY SWALLOW QUESTIONNAIRE IN YOUNG ADULTS Nicolas Audag Received Received
  4-S5-1.9 CURRENT SITUATION OF PHARYNGEAL AND TRACHEAL SUCTION TRAINING PROGRAM AT DENTAL HYGIENIST TRAINING INSTITUTES IN JAPAN Risa Watanabe Received Received
  4-S13-3.9 PHARYNGO-OESOPHAGEAL DILATATION IS AN EFFICACIOUS BUT SHORT-LIVED THERAPY IN LONG-TERM DYSPHAGIA FOLLOWING HEAD AND NECK CANCER Michal Szczesniak Received Received
  4-S9-2.10 SELECTION OF FOOD CONSISTENCY AND TEMPERATURE FOR DYSPHAGIC PATIENTS Alessandra Machado Received Received
  4-S5-1.5 ALIMENTATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE ELDERLY Alessandra Machado Received Received
  4-S13-3.10 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICAL CONDITION OF BOLUS AND SWALLOWING INITIATION Eri Takei Received Received
  4-S13-3.5 COORDINATION OF SUCKING, SWALLOWING AND BREATHING DURING NUTRITIVE SUCKING IN HEALTHY INFANTS Marloes Lagarde Received Received
  4-S9-2.1 PERCEPTUAL AND ACOUSTIC EVALUATION OF THE PITCH GLIDE TO PREDICT ASPIRATION STATUS IN ADULTS WITH DYSPHAGIA Sofia Mavrea Received Received
  4-S13-3.8 AN INVESTIGATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF SEVERAL FOOT CONTACT CONDITIONS ON SWALLOWING FUNCTION IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS yuta uesugi Received Received
  4-S13-3.4 DECREASE OF DROOLING BY ORAL MOTOR THERAPY CONCOMITANT TO KINESIO TAPING ON ORBICULARIS ORIS MUSCLES. Denise Lica Yoshimura Mikami Received Received
  4-S9-2.7 DECISION-MAKING MEANS TO ME I CAN DECIDE WHAT I EAT: EXPLORING EXPERIENCES OF DECISION-MAKING IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND DYSPHAGIA Bronagh OHara Received Received
  4-S13-3.2 CERVICAL AUSCULTATION OF PRETERM DURING BREASTFEEDING Maria Cristina Cardoso Received Received
  4-S9-2.3 EXPLORING SWALLOW EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY FOR THIN-LIQUID AND SEMI-SOLID BOLUSES IN PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA Luis F Riquelme Received Received
  4-S9-2.6 THE EFFECT OF CEREBRAL PALSY ON MASTICATORY PERFORMANCE IN CHILDREN Lianne Remijn Received Received
  5-S13-3.5 BASIC RESEARCH OF PEDIATRIC DYSPHAGIA- IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH TONGUE PRESSURE DURING CHILDHOOD Takuya Asami Received Received
  5-S13-3.1 DOES STRUCTURED TRAINING IMPROVE THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF CERVICAL AUSCULTATION? Liza Bergstrm Received Received
  5-S13-3.7 PATIENT EXPERIENCES OF LIVING WITH PERSISTING POST STROKE DYSPHAGIA AND OF DYSPHAGIA MANAGEMENT: A QUALITATIVE STUDY Josefin Helldén Received Received
  5-S9-2.8 ROLE OF THE VIDEOFLUOROSCOPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF STROKE PATIENTS WITH DYSPHAGIA. Stefano Doratiotto Received Received
  5-S13-3.8 FACTORS RELATED TO SWALLOWING ORAL PHASE Nicole Pizzorni Received Received
  5-S13-3.3 IMPACT OF PROPHYLACTIC SWALLOWING REHABILITATION IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING HEAD AND NECK CANCER RADIOTHERAPY: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL. REDYOR TRIAL. PRELIMINARY RESULTS. Neus Bofill Received Received
  5-S13-3.9 DYSPHAGIA MANAGEMENT USING TEXTURE MODIFIED CONSISTENCIES: A SURVEY OF SWEDISH SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS PRACTICE Julia Yli-Hukka Received Received
  5-S9-2.6 EARLY DETECTION OF DYSPHAGIA AND DYSARTHRIA IN CHILDREN WITH NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS: DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF A SCREENING LIST FOR REHABILITATION PHYSICIANS Mieke Kooi Received Received
  5-S5-1.8 EFFECT OF RESTORING PRESSURE IN UPPER AIRWAY ON SWALLOWING FUNCTION AND BIO-FLUID DYNAMICS FOR PATIENTS WITH TRACHEOSTOMY AFTER ACQUIRED BRAIN DAMAGE Yujue Wang Received Received
  5-S5-1.2 RADIAL ASYMMETRY IN PHARYNGEAL PRESSURE: COMPARISON OF UNIDIRECTIONAL AND CIRCUMFERENTIAL MANOMETRIC MEASURES Maggie-Lee Huckabee Received Received
  5-S13-3.2 HOW STRONG IS STRONG ENOUGH TO CLEAR ASPIRATION? Maggie-Lee Huckabee Received Received
  5-S5-1.1 FARSI VERSION OF VOLUME -- VISCOSITY SWALLOWING TEST (V--VST): TRANSLATION PROCESS Sima Farpour Received Received
  5-S13-3.4 ROLE OF NMES IN DYSPHAGIA MANAGEMENT FOR CHILDREN WITH HYPERTONIA AND DYSTONIA : A CASE STUDY RADIKA VASUDEVA Received Received
  5-S5-1.7 EFFECTS OF EFFORTFUL SWALLOW AND OROPHARYNGEAL STRENGTHENING EXERCISES IN A GROUP OF PARKINSONS DISEASE PATIENTS Lucia Mourao Received Received
  5-S9-2.5 DO MODIFIED DIETS INFLUENCE MEALTIME DURATION IN RESIDENTS OF LONG TERM CARE? CATRIONA STEELE Received Received
  6-S13-3.5 IMPACT OF GESTATIONAL AGE AND COMMON MORBIDITY ON ORAL FEEDING SUCCESS IN PRETERM INFANTS Memorie Gosa Received Received
  6-S5-1.2 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LARYNGOPHARYNGEAL SESATION AND PHARYNGEAL MOTOR FUNCTION IN THE EVALUATION OF PATIENTS FOR SUSPECTED ASPIRATION OF PUREED FOOD. Bahareh Philipsen Received Received
  6-S9-2.1 DEVELOPING AN ARABIC QUESTIONNAIRE EVALUATING THE ADHERENCE OF PATIENTS WITH DYSPHAGIA AND THEIR FAMILY CAREGIVER TO THE SPEECH THERAPIST RECOMMENDATIONS (AQA DP-FC): STAGE 1 PER FDA RECOMMENDATIONS. Zahya Ghaddar Received Received
  6-S9-2.6 STANDARDIZED PROCEDURE FOR THE START OF ORAL FEEDING IN INFANTS WITH BILATERAL CHOANAL ATRESIA Sandra de Groot Received Received
  6-S5-1.5 A STUDY ON OLFACTORY FUNCTION AND APPETITE IN ELDERLY RESIDENTS OF NURSING HOMES Nobuko Kaneko Received Received
  6-S9-2.4 PERCEPTION OF FEEDING PHENOMENON AND ORGANOLEPTIC PROPERTIES OF FOOD BY A GROUP OF ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH PRESBYPHAGIA AND POST-STROKE DYSPHAGIA. Virginia García-Flores Received Received
  6-S13-3.10 EATING IS MY WORST NIGHTMARE: THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF ORAL STAGE DYSPHAGIA IN ADULT PATIENTS WITH TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDERS Órla Gilheaney Received Received
  6-S13-3.3 EAT-10 SCORES AND FIBEROPTIC ENDOSCOPIC EVALUATION OF SWALLOWING FINDINGS IN HEAD AND NECK CANCER PATIENTS. Michelle Florie Received Received
  6-S9-2.9 ANALYSIS OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORAL CHANGES AND ALTERNATIONS IN MASTICATION/SWALLOWING PATTERNS OF RATS USING 3D VIDEOFLUOROSCOPIC TECHNIQUE Naru Shiraishi Received Received
  6-S5-1.4 LINGUAL DYSTONIA IMPACT ON SWALLOWING: A CASE STUDY Patricija irca Ule Received Received
  6-S5-1.10 SWALLOWING PROFILES OF PATIENTS WITH HEAD AND NECK CANCER YASAROGLU MER FARUK Received Received
  6-S5-1.9 DOES SWALLOWING A PILL WITH THIN LIQUIDS VS PUREE CHANGE SWALLOWING SAFETY AND/OR EFFICIENCY? Luis F Riquelme Received Received
  6-S13-3.2 ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC EVALUATION OF SALIVA SWALLOWING AND EFFORTFUL SALIVA SWALLOWING AFTER OROTRACHEAL INTUBATION ALINE FERLA Received Received
  6-S13-3.6 SENSORY PERCEPCION OF LIQUIDS ADAPTED FOR DYSFAGIA AS AFFECTED BY GUM INCLUSION IN THE THICKENING FORMULA Olaia Martínez Received Received
  7-S5-1.7 EFFECT OF IQORO TRAINING AND INFLUENCE OF OBESITY ON OROPHARYNGEAL DYSPHAGIA AND SYMPTOMS RELATED TO HIATAL HERNIA AND GASTROESOPHAGEAL DISEASE Mary Hagg Received Received
  7-S9-2.6 INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHEWING PERFORMANCE LEVEL AND TONGUE THRUST SEVERITY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY Selen SEREL ARSLAN Received Received
  7-S5-1.2 EFFECTS OF HEAD ROTATION ON PHARYNGEAL AND UPPER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER PRESSURES --A STUDY USING HIGH RESOLUTION MANOMETRY-- Yoichiro Aoyagi Received Received
  7-S9-2.3 COMPUTATIONAL SPEECH ANALYSIS AS A TOOL FOR EARLY DETECTION OF BULBAR DYSFUNCTION IN ALS PATIENTS Anna Guillen-Solà Received Received
  7-S5-1.5 THE EFFECT OF THE ORAL FUNCTION TRAINING ON TONGUE AND NECK IN THE COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER ADULTS Ayuko Odajima Received Received
  7-S9-2.7 USEFULNESS OF THE IDDSI FLOW TEST AS A MEASURE OF LIQUID CONSISTENCY Memorie Gosa Received Received
  7-S5-1.4 IMPORTANCE OF AN EARLY APPROACH TO SWALLOWING DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES VANINA BANJSAK Received Received
  7-S5-1.9 VOLITIONAL CONTROL OF RESTING PRESSURE AT THE UPPER OESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER IN HEALTHY ADULTS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY Maggie-Lee Huckabee Received Received
  7-S9-2.2 COMPARISON OF PHARYNGEAL AIR SPACE CHANGE IN DYSPHAGICS DURING SWALLOWING ACCORDING TO DYSPHAGIA SEVERITY SCALE Kikuo Ota Received Received
  7-S13-3.4 ACTUAL CONDITION OF NUTRITION INTAKE IN VERY-LOW-BIRTHWEIGHT INFANT Takafumi Ooka Received Received
  7-S13-3.1 PORTUGUESE TRANSLATION AND CULTURAL ADAPTATION OF GUSS (THE GUGGING SWALLOWING SCREEN) SCALE Maria da Assuncao de Matos Received Received
  7-S13-3.10 AN INTERNATIONAL PREVALENCE OF SELF REPORT SWALLOWING PROBLEMS (PRELIMINARY RESULTS) David Smithard Received Received
  8-S13-3.9 THE IMPACT OF DIETARY RECOMMENDATIONS ON STROKE ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA BASED ON THE GUGGING SWALLOWING SCREEN Michaela Trapl Received Received
  8-S9-2.1 The differences between food and fluid intake in the bedside risk assessment for aspiration. Michael Drendel Received Received
  8-S9-2.9 MODULATION OF INITIATION OF SWALLOWING EVOKED BY CONTINUOUS LARYNGEAL STIMULATION IN ANESTHETIZED RATS Midori Yoshihara Received Received
  8-S9-2.4 EFFECT OF AGING, TOOTH LOSS, PERIORAL AND SKELETAL MUSCLE MASS ON OCCLUSAL FORCE IN HEALTHY ELDERLY Kohei Yamaguchi Received Received
  8-S13-3.2 RELATIONS BETWEEN NASOPHARYNGEAL REFLUX AND ASPIRATION Jinyoung Park Received Received
  8-S5-1.7 TONGUE MUSCLE STRENGTH TRAINING INCREASES THE SUPRAHYOID MUSCLE MASS IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS Kozo Hanayama Received Received
  8-S5-1.9 THE IMPACT OF AGE ON BOLUS ACCOMMODATION IN HEALTHY ADULTS Yoshiaki Ihara Received Received
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7th ESSD Congress

 

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