10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TYMPANITIC»
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The Peninsular Journal of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences
emphysema, gives us at one time a tympanitic, at another, a non-tympan- itic
sound. A partial emphysema in the midst of lung deprived of air (as happens in
pneumonia, where not unfrequently the tissue around the hepatized portion, and
Alonzo Benjamin Palmer, Edmund Andrews, Zina Pitcher, 1855
The American Journal of the Medical Sciences
811i, Percussion over the diseased side is very clear and tympanitic; it may,
hoWever, be dull, and even normal in some places. 9111. It is almost impossible
to indicate the level of theliquid by percussion. lOl/t, The causes, according to
The Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science
has no tympanitic resonance. To fix it more definitely, however, he tells us it is the
sound of the normal lung: — " The non-tympanitic is represented by the sound
which percussion produces at those parts of the thorax beneath which lies
Special pathology and diagnostics
The tympanitic sound is heard at the larynx. The wider the person under
examination opens his mouth the higher is its tone ; in closing the mouth it
becomes deeper and weaker, and when closing the nostrils also it becomes still
deeper and ...
Charles Godlove Raue, 1867
London Medical and Surgical Journal
If we percuss the abdomen in the same direction, commencing from the limits of
the osteological thorax, we shall find in the hollow at the base of the thorax, the
tympanitic sound (stoinacal) of the cardiac and pyloric regions of the stomach, ...
New and complete manual of auscultation and percussion, ...
base of the thorax, we have found to the right the dull sound of the liver, to the left
the tympanitic sound of the stomach. If we percuss the abdomen in the same
direction, beginning from the limits of the osteological thorax, we find in the
The London Medical Gazette
On the next day the tympanitic clearness had extended to the pos- tero-superior
portion of the chest, but on the day following all had subsided, and the chest was
again dull, with absence of vesicular murmur. " This case is decisive as to the ...
Clinical Examination: A Practical Guide in Medicine
a tympanitic or resonant site towards a dull or flat site and position the middle
finger that receives the strike parallel to the anticipated border and not
perpendicular to it. Normal findings Liver dullness: To delineate the liver borders,
you should ...
Hira Harmanjit Singh, 2011
London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine
33, of a lax and rather thin habit of body, was admitted on the 6th December,
1839, labouring under the following symptoms : — Belly is swollen, somewhat
tense, tympanitic at its upper, and indistinctly fluctuating at its lower region.
Guy's hospital reports
8 o'clock P.M. Injection returned, bringing with it some scybalaa: abdomen is
somewhat more tympanitic: rejects every thing that he takes: tongue dry. 4.
Remains much the same, his symptoms perhaps somewhat diminished in
Guy's Hospital (London), 1843
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The Cough That Launched a Hit Movie
... but in Hollywood does medicine, even in its most catastrophic form, unfold with the sustained hysteria that requires the beat of this unnerving, tympanitic score. «New York Times, Sep 11»