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Comment on “prevalence and risk factors of dysphagia in patients with multiple sclerosis”

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      We read the recent interesting article entitled “Prevalence and Risk Factors of Dysphagia in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis,” published in Dysphagia on February 2021. We believe the discussion part of this study could have provided further and more precise interpretations regarding its results. Thus, we would also like to comment our inferences in accordance with its results to highlight some essential points.

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