Mund Kiefer GesichtsChirurgie, 1998
Authors: M. Kunkel, U. Wahlmann, W. Wagner
Introduction: “Today, acoustic rhinometry can be viewed as an accepted diagnostic tool, frequently used in the planning and follow-up of functional nasal surgery, as well as in the quantitative evaluation of allergic mucosal reactions.
“Even for further peripheral airways, Jackson et al. reported that, although the acoustically determined cross0sectional area does not describe the exact metric anatomic size, changes in the anatomic cross-sectional area can be accurately recorded by acoustic measurements.