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Aphagia is the inability or lack of motivation to eat.
Causes[edit | edit source]
This may be caused by:
- damage to the glossopharyngeal nerve or hypoglossal nerve which makes swallowing difficult.
- damage to the lateral hypothalmic feeding centre
- Psychogenic mechanisms
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