Auscult

Aus·cult' intransitive verb & t. To auscultate.
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Auscult

• (v. i. & t.) To auscultate.
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auscult

auscultate, auscult 1. To listen to the sounds made by the internal organs of the body for diagnostic purposes. 2. To examine by listening, usually to the sounds of the thoracic or abdominal viscera, with or without a stethoscope. Nurses and doctors usually auscultate the lungs and heart of a patient by using a stethoscope placed on the patient's ...
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