adventitious sound

adventitious sound

a breath sound that is not normally heard, such as a crackle, gurgle, rhonchus, or wheeze. It may be superimposed on normal breath sounds.
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On clinical examination, bilateral equal vesicular breath sounds were auscultated, and there was no adventitious sound.
On auscultation air entry was bilaterally equal with no signs of cyanosis or adventitious sound.
Lung auscultation revealed adventitious sound mainly crackles (moist rales) in 16 calves whereas 7 calves showed abnormal respiratory noise like sneezing and respiratory grunts.
Some papers may have presented other adventitious sound together with wheezes but only wheeze detection method will be taken into consideration.
Timing of the adventitious sound was also evaluated, that is, could students accurately assess inspiratory crackles versus expiratory wheezing.
Hamman's crunch of pneumomediastinum is an unusual, adventitious sound heard on auscultation of the chest.
Patients with adventitious sounds experienced a longer hospital stay (Table 1).
In respiratory system there is bilateral air entry was normal and no adventitious sounds.
Auscultation includes three components: listening to sounds created by air during normal quiet breathing, listening for additional or adventitious sounds, and listening to how the spoken or whispered voice is transmitted through the chest wall.
Systemic examination revealed that her breath sounds were harsh vesicular, vocal resonance was equal on both sides and there were no adventitious sounds.
In the initial pulmonary auscultation, three of the 17 children had symmetrical vesicular murmur, and 14, asymmetrical vesicular murmur, reduced or absent; and 14 presented associated adventitious sounds, as for example, crepitations and rhonchi.
Normal breath sounds without any adventitious sounds were heard on both sides of the chest.