On auscultation a blowing murmur may, in some instances, be heard over the tumor.
This difference is less manifest to the eye than to the ear in auscultation.
auscultation revealed a diminished respiratory murmur, and bronchial expiration in both lungs.
"auscultation will give us the clue," said he, and drew his stethoscope.
auscultation consists in the examination of the lungs with the ear applied closely to the chest wall.
Fluoroscopic examination has confirmed the findings on auscultation.
auscultation also becomes more positive, the sounds being louder and more easily ascertained.
On auscultation the second sound at the aortic cartilage is ringing, clear, and accentuated.
auscultation, discerning by the sound whether there is or is not disease in the interior organs of the body.
Percussion and auscultation discover consolidation at one apex or over larger areas of the lungs.
auscultation aus·cul·ta·tion (ô'skəl-tā'shən)
The act of listening for sounds made by internal organs, such as the heart and lungs, to aid in the diagnosis of certain disorders.