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" I do not find there exists any direct relation between the circumference of the chest and the vital capacity... "
Investigations in the Military and Anthropological Statistics of American ... - Page 483
by Benjamin Apthorp Gould - 1869 - 655 pages
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The Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association, Volume 18

Provincial Medical and Surgical Association - 1851
...his admirable researches with the spirometer, the one wherein he states that there does not exist " any direct relation between the circumference of the chest and the vital capacity," — implying, by that term, the greatest quantity of breath which can be expired at one expiration...
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Sanitary memoirs of the war of the rebellion, Volume 2

1869
...and 6 feet) that whatever be their standing height, their sitting height is on an average 3 feet." * In yet other places he says, " Contrary to what I...of the individual. I find this not to be the case." 4 The investigation of this relation to the circumference of the thorax has of course been repeated...
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Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 7

Medicine - 1893
...is about thirty cubic inches relatively less in females than in males; that there is apparently no direct relation between the circumference of the chest and the vital capacity of the lungs, and that while, as a rule, all thoracic and abdominal disease, characterized by morbid...
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Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 7

1893
...is about thirty cubic inches relatively less in females than in males; that there is apparently no direct relation between the circumference of the chest and the vital capacity of the lungs, and that while, as a rule, all thoracic and abdominal disease, characterized by morbid...
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The Cyclopædia of Anatomy and Physiology, Volume 4, Issue 2

Robert Bentley Todd - Anatomy - 1852
...is so natural, " Has the size of the chest no relation to the vital capacity ? " We do not find that there exists any direct relation between the circumference of the chest and the vital capacity. We have found — Height. Clrcum. Vital Hen. ft. in. In. capacity. 11 58 35 235 10 68 38 226 Therefore,...
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