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Excessive anterior cervical muscle tone affects hyoid bone kinetics during swallowing in healthy individuals [Corrigendum]

Authors Yamazaki Y, Tohara H, Hara K, Nakane A, Wakasugi Y, Yamaguchi K, Minakuchi S

Received 5 March 2018

Accepted for publication 5 March 2018

Published 13 March 2018 Volume 2018:13 Pages 403—404

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/CIA.S167276


Yamazaki Y, Tohara H, Hara K, Nakane A, Wakasugi Y, Yamaguchi K, Minakuchi S. Clin Interv Aging. 2017;12: 1903–1910.

Page 1903, the title, “Excessive anterior cervical muscle tone affects hyoid bone kinetics during swallowing in healthy individuals” should read “Excessive anterior cervical muscle tone affects hyoid bone kinetics during swallowing in adults”.

Page 1903, Abstract, Purpose, line 3, “healthy individuals” should read “adults”.

Page 1903, Abstract, Subjects and methods, “28 healthy adults (12 men, 16 women; mean age, 39.75±9.50 years) without any history or present complaints of swallowing disorders” should read “28 adults (12 men, 16 women; mean age, 39.75±9.50 years) who were suspected to have some symptom of swallowing disorders but did not have swallowing dysfunctional from the result of videofluorography”.

Page 1904, right column, line 10, “healthy individuals” should read “adults”.

Page 1904, Methods, Study participants, “The present study evaluated 28 healthy adults (12 men, 16 women; mean age, 39.75±9.50 years) without any history or present complaints of swallowing disorders” should read “The present study evaluated 28 adults (12 men, 16 women; mean age, 39.75±9.50 years) who were suspected to have some symptom of swallowing disorders but did not have swallowing dysfunctional from the result of videofluorography”.

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