The application of CFD in the assessment of the patency of the upper respiratory tract
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Computational Fluid Dynamics is a rapidly developing instrument with a number of practical applications. CFD simulations have been used for years in aerodynamics, engineering, hydraulics, meteorology, construction, and many other fields. In medicine it was used primarily in pulmonology and cardiology, the areas in which the dynamic properties of the gas and liquid play an important role in the proper functioning of the body. In laryngology, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a useful method, which allows calculation and visualization of the changing parameters of air flow in the upper respiratory tract.
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