hyperphonesis

hyperphonesis

 [hi″per-fo-ne´sis]
intensification of the sound in auscultation or percussion.

hy·per·pho·ne·sis

(hī'pĕr-fō-nē'sis),
An increase in the percussion sound or of the voice sound in auscultation.
[hyper- + G. phōnēsis, a sounding]

hyperphonesis

(hī′pər-fō-nē′sĭs)
n.
A noticeable increase in the perceived sound in auscultation or percussion.

hy·per·pho·ne·sis

(hī'pĕr-fō-nē'sis)
An increase in the percussion sound or of the voice sound on auscultation.
[hyper- + G. phōnēsis, a sounding]
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Recent studies revealed severe cardio-respiratory disorders in newborn cloned calves, mostly characterized by hyperphonesis, heart sound reinforcement, presence of heart murmurs in 1st and 2nd sounds associated with dyspnea, rude breathing, crackles and decreased values of P[O.sub.2] from the arterial blood (BIRGEL JUNIOR et al., 2011).