Summary

Radiographic techniques are widely used to assess respiratory muscle function (summarized in Table 1). Ultrasound is increasingly used, particularly to assess the diaphragm (Table 2). Volumetric imaging (computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging) has limited research application.

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