egobronchophony


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egophony

 [e-gof´o-ne]
increased resonance of voice sounds, with a high-pitched bleating quality, heard especially over lung tissue compressed by pleural effusion; called also egobronchophony.
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e·go·bron·choph·o·ny

(ē'gō-brong-kof'ŏ-nē),
Egophony with bronchophony.
[G. aix (aig-), goat, + bronchos, bronchus, + phōnē, voice]
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e·go·bron·choph·o·ny

(ē'gō-brong-kof'ŏ-nē)
Egophony with bronchophony.
[G. aix (aig-), goat, + bronchos, bronchus, + phōnē, voice]
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