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Reprinted with permission from Palmer JB, Tanaka E, Siebens AA: Motions of the posterior pharyngeal wall in swallowing. Laryngoscope 1988;98(4): 414--417; kindly provided by Dr. Palmer. 2. Anatomical and Physiological Overview 25 Fig. 13. Two stop frames from a cineradiogram to ilIustrate the cephalad movement of the posterior pharynx during deglutition. Note the position of barium trapped in the retropharyngeal space at rest (A) versus midswallow (B). References I. Pernkopf E: Atlas der topographischen Anatomie des Menschen, 1.
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