Peripheral airspace dimensions in patients with COPD.


Monodisperse aerosol particles can be used to assess noninvasively intrapulmonary airspace dimensions. Since emphysematic changes in the peripheral lung are difficult to detect with most of the common lung function tests, aerosol-derived airway morphometry was used to assess the peripheral airspace dimensions (EAD800) in 25 patients with COPD and in 36… (More)


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