bronchial fremitus

bron·chi·al frem·i·tus

adventitious pulmonary sounds or voice sounds perceptible to the hand resting on the chest, as well as by the ear.

bronchial fremitus

a vibration that can be palpated on the chest wall (usually the posterior thorax) over a bronchus. It results from congestion by secretions that rattle as air passes during respiration. See also fremitus.

bron·chi·al frem·i·tus

(brongkē-ăl fremi-tŭs)
Adventitious pulmonary sounds or voice sounds perceptible to the hand resting on the chest, as well as by the ear.