Egophany

Case 1: CAP: Atypical

Rales were localized to the left lung field with dullness to percussion and egophany. WBC=16K with 68% PMN, 20% bands. BUN/Cr=26/1.2. Na=138 What type of infection is present?

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Pulmonary Auscultation: Review Questions

A) Absent breath sounds B) Bronchial breath sounds C) Diminished breath sounds D) Egophony E) Inspiratory crackles F) Rhonchi G) Vesicular breath sounds

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POX: 98% RA. On exam AAOX3. Course BS bilateral bases without ...

Rales were localized to the left lung field with dullness to percussion and egophany. WBC=16K with 68% PMN, 20% bands. BUN/Cr=26/1.2. Na=138 What type of infection is present?

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Example of a Complete History and Physical Write-up

Example of a Complete History and Physical Write-up Patient Name: Unit No: Location: Informant : patient, who is reliable, and old CPMC chart. Chief Complaint : This is the 3 rd CPMC admission for this 83 year old woman with a long history of hypertension who presented with the chief complaint ...

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Pulmonary Auscultation - Bernard Karnath, MD Michael C ...

ulmonary auscultation has been a principal feature of standard physical examinations for many years and is a very useful initial noninva sive test for lung diseases.

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COMMUNITY­ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA

INSPECTION PALPATION PERCUSSION AUSCULATION CONSOLIDATION Tachypnea Cyanosis Splinting, Flaring Increased fremitus (** decreased with empyema/eff us ion) Dullness Crackles Rhonchi Egophany Whispered pectoriloquy PLEURAL EFFUSION Decreased movement on affected side Decreased movement Trachea deviated contra ...

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COMPLETE PHYSICAL EXAM ABBREVIATIONS:

... RRR, S1S2nl, Ø m/r/g, PMI non displaced/non sustained, Ø HJR, CR <2secs Regular rate and rhythm, S1 and S2 are normal, no murmurs/rubs/or gallops, point of maximal intensity non displaced and non sustained, no Hepatojugular Reflux, capillary refill less than 2 seconds LUNGS: CTAB, Ø r/r/w, Ø egophany ...

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MENNONITE COLLEGE OF NURSING AT ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY

egophany: E to A changes, caused by nasal quality of spoken voice heard over consolidated lung or lung compressed by fluid 5. whispered pectoriloquy: intensification of whispered sounds heard over infiltrations normal whispered sounds are heard only over the distribution ...

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Diagnosing Pneumonia by Physical Examination

Diagnosing Pneumonia by Physical Examination Relevant or Relic? Joyce E. Wipf, MD; Benjamin A. Lipsky, MD; Jan V. Hirschmann, MD; Edward J. Boyko, MD, MPH;

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S1 Mitral Valve (Apex, below left breast) S2 Aortic Valve (Superior Sternum, 2nd Rt Intercostal Space) Lung RLL Rt. Mid-Axillary Line Lung RUL 4 th Intercostal Above Nipple Egophany "EE" Normal is muffled long "ee."

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