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roncus diseminado y crepitantes humedos en ambas bases pulmonares

English translation: disseminated rhonchus

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Spanish term or phrase:roncus diseminado
English translation:disseminated rhonchus
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10:32 Jul 2, 2003
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Spanish term or phrase: roncus diseminado y crepitantes humedos en ambas bases pulmonares
exploracion fisica:
auscultacion pulmonar: murmullo vesicular conservado con algun roncus diseminado y crepitantes humedos en ambas bases pulmonares.
fmatteoda
Spain
Local time: 09:23
disseminated rhonchus and moist crepitations in both lung bases
Explanation:
crepitation: "ruido auscultorio (onomatopéyicamente comparado a una pisada en la nieve), típico de pericarditis o pleuritis"—Roche, Diccionario Médico
rhonchus: "ruido espiratorio producido por la presencia de mucosidades libres en la vía aéreaF"—Roche, Diccionario Médico
"moist crepitations" and "lung bases" confirmed via Google hits.
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Walter Lockhart Ries
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4 +1disseminated rhonchus and moist crepitations in both lung basesWalter Lockhart Ries


  

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disseminated rhonchus and moist crepitations in both lung bases


Explanation:
crepitation: "ruido auscultorio (onomatopéyicamente comparado a una pisada en la nieve), típico de pericarditis o pleuritis"—Roche, Diccionario Médico
rhonchus: "ruido espiratorio producido por la presencia de mucosidades libres en la vía aéreaF"—Roche, Diccionario Médico
"moist crepitations" and "lung bases" confirmed via Google hits.


    Reference: http://www.bmb.leeds.ac.uk/illingworth/myopath/history.htm
Walter Lockhart Ries
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