Wheezes Are Described by Which of the Following Auscultated Sounds?
Wheezes are described by which of the following auscultated sounds?
A)Soft,low-pitched sounds heard primarily during inspiration
B)Discontinuous adventitious lung sounds similar to brief bursts of popping bubbles
C)An abnormal sound similar to two pieces of leather or sandpaper rubbing together
D)Continuous adventitious lung sounds with a constant pitch and varying duration
Lung sounds auscultated in the latter half of inspiration that are commonly associated with pulmonary edema are BEST described as which of the following?
Which of the following conditions would transmission of lung sound increase?
A)An increase in lung tissue density such as consolidation.
B)A decrease in lung tissue density.
C)Shallow breaths are taken.
D)The distance between the airway and the stethoscope is increased such as obesity.
Egophony is BEST described by which of the following in a patient with emphysema?
A)The said phrase "99" is heard more loudly than normal.
B)The said phrase "E" is heard much softer than normal as "A."
C)Whispered words are heard more loudly than normal.
D)The said phase "E" is heard more loudly than normal as "A."