strepitus


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strep·i·tus

(strep'i-tŭs),
Rarely used term for a noise, usually an auscultatory sound.
[L.]

strepitus

An older, nonspecific term for any noise (blowing, murmur, rale, sibilance) heard by auscultation.

strepitus

(strĕp′ĭ-tŭs) [L.]
A sound or noise, as that heard on auscultation.
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The strepitus is sounded and bells are tolled to mourn his death.