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Human response to 78-hour exposure to dry air.
We studied the effects of dry air on nasal mucus flow rate, nasal resistance, forced vital capacity, skin resistance, and discomfort in eight young healthy men exposed to clean air at 23 C in aExpand
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The Art of Singing
Nearly all of mankind, regardless of the degree of civilization, indulges in and derives pleasure from song. Whereas some seem to have little capacity for singing in a manner pleasant to the listenerExpand
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A comparison of nasal and tracheobronchial clearance.
Tracheobronchial clearance and nasal clearance were compared in 13 pairs of monozygotic twins and 11 nontwins. Tracheobronchial clearance was studied by having the subjects inhale, by mouth, a testExpand
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The singer must coordinate the movements of the vocal cords and the vocal tract (which determine pitch, loudness, and quality of the tones) with the movements of the respiratory bellows (whichExpand
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The upper airways. I. Nasal physiology and defense of the lungs.
  • D. F. Proctor
  • Medicine
  • The American review of respiratory disease
  • 1977
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Nasal clearance in monozygotic twins.
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Human response to controlled levels of sulfur dioxide.
Nasal mucus flow rate, airway resistance, and subjective response was studied in 15 young men during six-hour exposures to 1, 5, and 25 ppm sulfur dioxide (SO2). A significant decrease in nasal mucusExpand
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Maximum Nasal Inspiratory Flow and Nasal Resistance
Rhinologists are aware of the compression which occurs in the nasal "valve" during deep inspiration. Fifty years ago Mink" wrote that as a result of this compression a constant volume of air passedExpand
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