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The Effect of Nasogastric Tube on Swallowing Function in Stroke Patients with Dysphagia.
Yoo, Woo Kyoung , Yun, Suk Bong , So, Eun Ha , Jung, Sung Suk
Ann Rehabil Med. 2001;25(5):758-765.

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