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Hundreds of 3D anatomy views that cover content on anatomical language and detailed anatomy of the head and neck including facial muscles, tongue, oral and nasal cavities, larynx, pharynx, ear and nerves.  Also includes 3D animations of movements of the face, movements of the larynx/pharynx, movements of the TMJ and respiration, as well as fantastic 2D animations covering mechanisms of swallowing, mechanisms of articulation and voice, mechanisms of voice production and actions of the larynx.  Clinical content will cover normal function both described and shown visually of mechanisms of swallowing, mechanism of voice production and mechanism of articulation, as well as topics such as cleft palate, vocal fold paralysis, spasmodic dysphonia, swallowing problems after stroke and swallowing problems after cancer among many others. All movies/animations can be played using Windows Media player, QuickTime player or RealPlayer.
Resource Type:
Database
Location:
Campus/Remote
Available To:
JMU
No. of Simultaneous Users:
10
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Yes
Linked Full Text?:
No
Popularity(No. of Hits):
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