auscultatory percussion


auscultatory percussion
аускультаторная перкуссия

English-Russian dictionary of medicine. . 2015.

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  • auscultatory percussion — auscultation, usually by stethoscope, of the sound produced by percussion …   Medical dictionary

  • percussion — 1. A diagnostic procedure designed to determine the density of a body part by the sound produced by tapping the surface with the finger or a plessor; performed primarily over the chest to determine presence of …   Medical dictionary

  • Korбnyi auscultation — auscultatory percussion done by tapping with one forefinger the second joint of the other forefinger applied perpendicularly to the part; called also Korбnyi percussion …   Medical dictionary

  • craniotonoscopy — Auscultatory percussion of the cranium. [cranio + G. tonos, tone, + skopeo, to examine] …   Medical dictionary

  • sound — 1. The vibrations produced by a sounding body, transmitted by the air or other medium, and perceived by the internal ear. 2. An elongated cylindrical, usually curved, instrument of metal, used for exploring the bladder or other cavities of the… …   Medical dictionary

  • resonance — 1. Sympathetic or forced vibration of air in the cavities above, below, in front of, or behind a source of sound; in speech, modification of the quality ( e.g., harmonics) of a tone by the passage of air through the chambers of the nose, pharynx …   Medical dictionary

  • phonoscope — Obsolete term for an instrument for recording ausculatory percussion; originally used for photographic recording of heart sounds. [phono + G. skopeo, to view] * * * pho·no·scope (foґno skōp) [phono + scope] an instrument for auscultatory… …   Medical dictionary

  • pneumatoscope — 1. Obsolete term for an instrument for measuring the extent of the respiratory excursions of the chest. 2. Obsolete term for an instrument for use in auscultatory percussion, the percussion sounds of the chest being heard at the mouth …   Medical dictionary

  • Puddle sign — In gastroenterology, the puddle sign is a physical examination maneuver that can be used to detect the presence of ascites.It is useful for detecting small amounts of ascites as small as 120 mL; shifting dullness and bulging flanks typically… …   Wikipedia

  • Pierre Potain — Pierre Charles Édouard Potain (July 19, 1825 January 5 1901) was a French cardiologist who was born in Paris. For much of his career he was associated with Necker Hospital in Paris. He was an assistant to Jean Baptiste Bouillaud (1796 1881), and… …   Wikipedia

  • amphoric — Denoting the sound heard in percussion and auscultation, resembling the noise made by blowing across the mouth of a bottle. [G. amphora, a jar] * * * am·phor·ic am fȯr ik adj resembling the sound made by blowing across the mouth of an empty… …   Medical dictionary

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