Acoustic Rhinometry: Values from Adults with Subjective Normal Nasal Patency

Rhinology, 1991 Authors: L. F. Grymer, O. Hilberg, O. F. Pedersen, and T. R. Rasmussen Conclusion: “The cross-sectional area of the nasal cavity increases in antero- posterior direction.” “The minimal cross-sectional area (MCA) is located in the anterior part of the nose, in some individuals probably at the head of the inferior turbinate, and after…

Acoustic Reflectometry for Airway Measurement. Principles, Limitations and Previous Work

Clinical Physics and Physiological Measurement, 1991

Authors: I. Marshall, M. Rogers, and G. Drummond

Conclusion: “Acoustic pulse reflectometry is a relatively recent technique which allows the non-invasive measurement of human airways. The technique consists of guiding an acoustic impulse through the subject’s mouth and into the airway. Suitable analysis of the
resulting reflection (the

The Acoustic Reflection Technique for Non-invasive Assessment of Upper Airway Area

European Respiratory Journal, 1991 Authors: V. Hoffstein, J. J. Fredberg Conclusion: “It is clear from the already accumulated evidence that the acoustic technique may become a valuable tool for studying the clinical and physiological properties of the upper airway. So far this technique is the only one which allows non-invasive, accurate, reproducible and inexpensive measurements…