Bodyplethysmography in correlation of nasal and bronchial obstruction

Arberore Sefa & Ali Iljazi
Introduction: Obstruction in the nasal passages has been shown to affect the mechanics of breathing. It follows that pulmonary function may be related to the nose, and that the function of the nose is not that of a mere conduit for the lower respiratory tract. In a small series of patients with nasal[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]