Acoustic rhinometry: validation by three-dimensionally reconstructed computer tomographic scans.

@article{Terheyden2000AcousticRV,
  title={Acoustic rhinometry: validation by three-dimensionally reconstructed computer tomographic scans.},
  author={H. Terheyden and Steffen Maune and Jan Mertens and Ole Hilberg},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={89 3},
  pages={1013-21}
}
The aim of the present study was a validation of acoustic rhinometry (AR) by computed tomography (CT). Six healthy subjects were examined by CT and AR. The CT data were processed in a computer program (AutoCAD), and a virtual three-dimensional model of each nasal cavity was constructed. This model permitted an individual prediction of the center line of the sound wave propagation through the air volume of the nasal cavity with the cross-sectional areas oriented perpendicularly to this line. The… CONTINUE READING

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