rale

(from the article `cardiovascular disease`) In most persons who experience an acute myocardial infarction, the circulation remains adequate, and only by subtle evidence such as rales (abnormal ... ...in asthma or an inflammation as in bronchitis or pneumonia. Adventitious sounds are those heard in addition to normal breathing sounds and...
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rale

(rahl) a discontinuous sound heard on auscultation, primarily during inhalation; called also crackle.
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Rale

• (n.) An adventitious sound, usually of morbid origin, accompanying the normal respiratory sounds. See Rhonchus.
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rale

<medicine> An adventitious sound, usually of morbid origin, accompanying the normal respiratory sounds. See Rhonchus. ... Various kinds are distinguished by pathologists; differing in intensity, as loud and small; in quality, as moist, dry, clicking, and sonorous; and in origin, as tracheal, pulmonary, and pleural. ... Origin: F. Rale. Cf. Ra...
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Râle

Râle (räl) noun [ French râle . Confer Rail the bird.] (Medicine) An adventitious sound, usually of morbid origin, accompanying the normal respiratory sounds. See Rhonchus . » Various kinds are distinguished by pathologists; differing in intensity, as loud an...
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Rale

Rale: A type of abnormal lung sound heard through a stethoscope. Rales may be sibilant (whistling), dry (crackling) or wet (more sloshy) depending on the amount and density of fluid refluxing back and forth in the air passages. The word rale is a straight steal from the French rale (minus the circumflex accent over the a). In French, a rale was ori...
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rale

Type: Term Pronunciation: rahl Definitions: 1. Ambiguous term for an added sound heard on auscultation of breath sounds; used by some to denote rhonchus and by others for crepitation. Synonyms: crackle
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