Pectoriloquy

Pectoriloquy refers to a phenomenon occurring when auscultating the lungs, where the resonance is increased. Types include egophony and bronchophony. ...
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Pectoriloquy

• (n.) The distinct articulation of the sounds of a patient`s voice, heard on applying the ear to the chest in auscultation. It usually indicates some morbid change in the lungs or pleural cavity.
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pectoriloquy

(pek″tә-ril´ә-kwe) voice sounds of increased resonance heard through the chest wall, such as egophony and bronchophony.
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Pectoriloquy

Pec`to·ril'o·quy noun [ Latin pectus , -oris , the breast + loqui to speak: confer French pectoriloquie .] (Medicine) The distinct articulation of the sounds of a patient's voice, heard on applying the ear to the chest in auscultation. It usually indicates some morb...
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pectoriloquy

pectoriloquy 1. Voice sounds of increased resonance heard through the chest wall. 2. Transmission of the voice sound through the pulmonary structures so that it is unusually audible on auscultation of the chest, indicating either consolidation of the lung parenchyma or the presence of a large cavity. 3. The distinct articulation of the sounds of ...
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pectoriloquy

sound of patient's voice as heard through stethoscope
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pectoriloquy

Type: Term Pronunciation: pek′tō-ril′ŏ-kwē Definitions: 1. Increased transmission of the voice sound through the pulmonary structures, so that it is clearly audible on auscultation of the chest; usually indicates consolidation of the underlying lung parenchyma. Synonyms: pectorophony
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