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The genioglossus (GG) is the largest dilator of the upper airway and it has been shown with ‘tagged’ MRI imaging to both depress and protrude the tongue during quiet breathing (Cheng et al 2008). Further understanding of the GG’s role in both healthy people and those with upper airway disorders can be aided by real-time imaging of the tongue’s motion.
The aims of this study was to determine:
The study involved an assessment with a series of interesting tests evaluating your vision, strength, reaction time, sensation, balance and mobility.