- ausable chasm,
- auscultatory alternans,
- auscultatory gap,
- auscultatory percussion
Origin of auscultation
Examples from the Web for auscultation
After the auscultation, he questioned the doctor with obvious anxiety; and each reply seemed to give him relief.The Confessions of Arsne Lupin|Maurice Leblanc
Fluoroscopic examination has confirmed the findings on auscultation.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield
Percussion and auscultation discover consolidation at one apex or over larger areas of the lungs.
Moist sounds were usually audible on auscultation, but in many cases over a very limited area and only on the first few days.Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900|George Henry Makins
Auscultation was first introduced by one of them, Laennec, and diagnosis is their chief art.The Collector|Henry T. Tuckerman
Word Origin for auscultation
"act of listening," 1630s, from Latin auscultationem (nominative auscultatio), noun of action from past participle stem of auscultare (see auscultate). Medical sense is from 1821.