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Acoustic rhinometry was used to measure the minimum cross-sectional area (MCSA) and the volume of the nasal cavity on both the left and right sides before and after laryngectomy.
The MCSA and the volume of the nasal cavity were used as indices of nasal patency.
The difference between MCSA values at the 1- and 2-year follow-ups was statistically significant on the left side but not significant on the right side, but we do not attach any importance to lack of statistical significance on the right.