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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) The pharyngeal airway range was defined by four stable anatomical landmarks: points S, C1, C4, and H; (b) the pharyngeal airway was reconstructed in 3D, and the cross-sectional area and volumetric measurements were automatically calculated; and (c) Cephalometric linear and angular measurements of the pharyngeal airway measurements

Figure 1: (a) The pharyngeal airway range was defined by four stable anatomical landmarks: points S, C1, C4, and H; (b) the pharyngeal airway was reconstructed in 3D, and the cross-sectional area and volumetric measurements were automatically calculated; and (c) Cephalometric linear and angular measurements of the pharyngeal airway measurements