Patient Handout: Pediatric Dysphagia


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Pediatric dysphagia is a swallowing and feeding disorder that can affect any part of the feeding process. While it is often caused by underlying health complications, medical conditions and disabilities, dysphagia occurs in 25% to 45% of normally developing children. This handout lists the causes, signs and potential treatments.

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