ISBN-10:
0127845747
ISBN-13:
9780127845746
Pub. Date:
01/28/1995
Publisher:
PRO-ED, Incorporated
Management of Speech and Swallowing in Degenerative Diseases / Edition 1

Management of Speech and Swallowing in Degenerative Diseases / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780127845746
Publisher: PRO-ED, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/28/1995
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 253
Product dimensions: 8.59(w) x 11.06(h) x 0.67(d)

Table of Contents

List of Figures
x(1)
List of Tables
xi(2)
Preface xiii
Chapter 1: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
3(94)
Nature of the Problem
3(15)
What is amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)?
3(1)
What changes in neural systems are associated with ALS?
3(1)
What symptoms are associated with ALS?
4(1)
What is known about the cause of ALS?
5(2)
What is the typical course of ALS?
7(2)
How is the diagnosis of ALS made?
9(1)
What is the role of rehabilitation medicine in the management of ALS?
9(3)
Are cognitive changes typical in individuals with ALS?
12(3)
How frequent is emotional lability in ALS, and is it considered a cognitive dysfunction?
15(1)
What respiratory problems are associated with ALS, and why are these problems so critical?
15(3)
Speech Disorders
18(38)
What speech characteristics are associated with ALS?
18(4)
How rapidly do speech changes occur in ALS?
22(1)
What information is obtained in a clinical examination of speech and swallowing disorders in adults with degenerative disease?
23(16)
What approaches to speech treatment are available to individuals with ALS?
39(17)
Swallowing Disorders
56(21)
What is the rate of progression of swallowing problems in ALS?
56(2)
How is swallowing function assessed in individuals with ALS?
58(2)
What approaches to management are available for swallowing disorders in ALS?
60(7)
What problems with saliva management are common for individuals with ALS?
67(2)
How are problems with saliva managed in individuals with ALS?
69(2)
How is aspiration in ALS managed?
71(6)
Appendix: Reproducible Forms
77(9)
Clinical Examination for ALS
77(4)
ALS Severity Scale
81(4)
Swallowing Disorders Interview Worksheet
85(1)
References
86(11)
Chapter 2: Parkinson's Disease
97(52)
Nature of the Problem
97(13)
What is Parkinson's disease?
97(1)
What is progressive supranuclear palsy, and how is it related to Parkinson's disease?
97(1)
What changes in neural systems are associated with Parkinson's disease
98(1)
What symptoms are associated with Parkinson's disease?
98(2)
How common is Parkinson's disease?
100(1)
How is the diagnosis of Parkinson's disease made?
100(1)
How is the overall progression of the disease measured?
100(1)
How rapidly does parkinsonism progress?
101(2)
What is the medical management of Parkinson's disease?
103(1)
What drugs are typically prescribed for Parkinson's disease?
104(2)
What rehabilitation approaches are available to individuals with Parkinson's disease?
106(1)
What other problems are associated with Parkinson's disease?
106(4)
Speech Disorders
110(20)
What speech characteristics are associated with Parkinson's disease?
110(2)
How are the components of the speech production mechanism altered in Parkinson's disease?
112(2)
What is the typical progression of dysarthria in Parkinson's disease?
114(1)
Has the effectiveness of speech treatment in Parkinson's disease been documented?
115(5)
What issues are particularly important in assessment of parkinsonian dysarthria?
120(1)
What approaches to speech treatment are available to individuals with Parkinson's disease?
121(9)
Swallowing Disorders
130(7)
Why do individuals with Parkinson's disease experience swallowing problems?
130(1)
What swallowing characteristics are associated with Parkinson's disease?
131(1)
How is swallowing evaluated in Parkinson's Disease?
132(3)
What approaches to treatment are available for swallowing disorders in Parkinson's disease?
135(2)
Appendix: Swallowing Disorders Interview for Parkinson's Disease
137(1)
References
138(11)
Chapter 3: Huntington's Disease
149(30)
Nature of the Problem
149(6)
What is Huntington's disease?
149(1)
What changes in neural tissue and neural systems are associated with Huntington's disease?
149(1)
What symptoms are associated with Huntington's disease?
150(1)
What are the stages of functional progression in Huntington's disease?
150(1)
How is the diagnosis of Huntington's disease made?
151(1)
What is the medical management of Huntington's disease?
152(1)
What cognitive and language problems are common in Huntington's disease?
153(2)
Speech Disorders
155(9)
What speech characteristics are associated with Huntington's disease?
155(1)
What management approaches are available for speech difficulties in Huntington's disease?
156(8)
Swallowing Disorders
164(7)
What swallowing characteristics are associated with Huntington's disease?
164(2)
How is swallowing function in Huntington's disease evaluated?
166(1)
What are approaches to management for swallowing disorders in Huntington's disease?
167(4)
Appendix: Reproducible Forms
171(3)
Establishing a Yes/No System
171(1)
Swallowing Function Interview for Huntington's Disease
172(1)
Checklist of Swallowing Abnormalities in Huntington's Disease
173(1)
References
174(5)
Chapter 4: Multiple Sclerosis
179(28)
Nature of the Problem
179(12)
What is multiple sclerosis (MS)?
179(1)
What changes in neural tissue or neural systems are associated with MS?
179(1)
Who is at risk for MS?
180(1)
What symptoms are commonly associated with MS?
180(1)
How is the diagnosis of MS made?
180(2)
What is the typical course of MS?
182(1)
How is level of function in MS measured?
182(1)
Can the course of Ms be modified?
183(1)
How are the symptoms of Ms managed?
183(2)
What types of devices are used to increase level of function?
185(1)
What types of cognitive impairment are typical in MS?
185(2)
What proportion of the MS population experiences cognitive problems?
187(1)
Who is at risk for cognitive impairment in MS?
187(1)
How are the cognitive problems in MS managed?
188(1)
What is the relationship between cognitive function and affective disorders in MS?
188(1)
Are the language skills of people with MS impaired?
189(1)
How is employment affected by MS?
189(2)
Speech Disorders
191(9)
What are the typical speech characteristics of individuals with MS?
191(1)
How common is dysarthria in MS?
191(2)
What speech assessment issues are particularly important in MS?
193(2)
How is dysarthria in MS managed?
195(5)
Swallowing Disorders
200(3)
How often do swallowing problems occur in MS?
200(1)
What are the characteristics of swallowing disorders in MS?
200(1)
What are the typical interventions for swallowing difficulty in MS?
201(2)
References
203(4)
Operational Definitions
207(10)
Handouts for Patients and Families
217(34)
Normal Speech Production
217(1)
Dysarthria
218(1)
Normal Swallowing and Disorders of Swallowing
219(2)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
221(1)
How ALS Affects Speech
222(2)
How ALS Affects Swallowing
224(1)
Parkinson's Disease
225(1)
How Parkinson's Disease Affects Speech
226(2)
How Parkinson's Disease Affects Swallowing
228(1)
Huntington's Disease
229(1)
How Huntington's Disease Affects Speech
230(2)
How Huntington's Disease Affects Swallowing
232(1)
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
233(1)
How MS Affects Speech
234(2)
How MS Affects Swallowing
236(1)
Tips for Understanding Severerly Dysarthric Speech
237(1)
Ways You Can Compensate for Dysarthria
238(3)
Augmentative Communication
241(2)
Ways You Can Compensate for Swallowing Difficulties
243(3)
Dietary Changes to Compensate for Swallowing Difficulties
246(3)
Emergency Plan
249(1)
Useful Addresses
250(1)
Index 251

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