Whole body plethysmography at UCSF

Definition
A pulmonary function test that may be used to measure: total lung capacity (TLC), which is the total amount of air your lungs can hold, or residual volume (RV), which is the amount of air that remains in your lungs after you exhale as completely as possible.
Synonyms
Body plethysmography, Body box plethysmography, Total body plethysmography
Categories
→ Whole body plethysmography
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Moffitt

CTSI CRS Body Composition/Exercise Physiology/Metabolism Core

CTSI, Moffitt
Contact: John Shepherd 415-891-7437 john.shepherd@ucsf.edu

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