caverniloquy

caverniloquy Amphoric voice or denoting the sound heard in percussion and auscultation, resembling the noise made by blowing across the mouth of an empty bottle. Auscultation is the medical act of listening for sounds within the body, chiefly for ascertaining the condition of the lungs, heart, pleura, abdomen and other organs, and for the detection...
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caverniloquy

cavernous voice of a patient heard over a patient's lung cavity
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caverniloquy

Low pitched resonant pectoriloquy heard over a lung cavity. ... Origin: L. Caverna, cavern, + loquor, to talk ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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caverniloquy

Type: Term Pronunciation: kav′er-nil′ō-kwē Definitions: 1. Low-pitched resonant pectoriloquy heard over a lung cavity.
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