Pulmonary hyperinflation and asthma
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Pulmonary hyperinflation is usually defined as an abnormal increase in functional residual capacity, i.e. lung volume at the end of tidal expiration. As such, it is virtually universal in patients with symptomatic diffuse airway obstruction. Hyperinflation inferred from a standard chest radiograph implies an increase in total lung capacity. The relaxation volume of the respiratory system (Vr) increases in patients with chronic airway disease as a result of changes in the elastic properties of the lungs and chest wall.

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