In this issue of : INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OROFACIAL MYOLOGY
2019 VOLUME 45
Please find the follow articles:
- ENHANCING THE EVIDENCE BASE IN OROFACIAL MYOLOGY
- FEASIBILITY OF USING A TONGUE-ACTIVATED JOYSTICK BY HEALTHY PRE-TEEN CHILDREN
- DEVELOPMENT OF LIP CLOSING FUNCTION DURING TAKING FOOD INTO THE MOUTH IN CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME TOMOKO ISODA,DDS,
- INVESTIGATING FACTORS RELATED TO THE ACQUISITION OF MASTICATORY FUNCTION IN DOWN SYNDROME CHILDREN
- IJOM: BIBLIOGRAPHY UPDATE 2015-2018
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