symballophone


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symballophone

 [sim-bal´o-fōn]
a stethoscope with two chest pieces, making possible the comparison and localization of sounds.

sym·bal·lo·phone

(sim-bal'ō-fōn),
A stethoscope having two chest pieces, designed to lateralize sound and produce a stereophonic effect.
[G. symballō, to throw together, + phōnē, sound]

sym·bal·lo·phone

(sim-bal'ŏ-fōn)
A stethoscope having two chest pieces, designed to lateralize sound and produce a stereophonic effect.
[G. symballō, to throw together, + phōnē, sound]

sym·bal·lo·phone

(sim-bahl'ŏ-fōn)
A stethoscope with two chest pieces.
[G. symballō, to throw together, + phōnē, sound]