amphoric voice


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am·phor·ic voice

a voice sound having a hollow, blowing character, heard over a pulmonary cavity when the patient speaks or whispers.
Synonym(s): amphorophony

voice

(voys) [Fr. voice, fr. L. vox]
A sound uttered by human beings produced by vibration of the vocal cords.

amphoric voice

Cavernous voice.

cavernous voice

A hollow voice sound heard during auscultation of the chest, indicating a pulmonary cavity.
See: amphoric voice

eunuchoid voice

The characteristic high-pitched voice of a male in whom the normal sexual development has not occurred or in a male who was castrated before puberty.