- of the diaphragm.
- like a diaphragm.
Origin of diaphragmatic
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This play should be mixed, that is to say, costal and diaphragmatic.The Voice
Frank E. Miller
Singers of renown practise what may be termed a sort of "forced" abdominal or diaphragmatic breathing.Voice Production in Singing and Speaking
Below the diaphragmatic groove the thorax expands, the liver and other abdominal organs crowding the ribs outward.
The clinical consideration of diaphragmatic hernia, however, does not belong here.
In diaphragmatic hernia the stomach is found more frequently in the thorax than is any other abdominal viscus.