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Case 014: 3 years old girl with acute bronchitis
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Guy Postiaux - 21.01.2015 09:28
1) BREATH SOUNDS AT THE MOUTH: polyphonic expiratory wheezes, crackles (secretions)
2) MEDIATE AUSCULTATION: Inspiration: low pitched crackles (secretions); Expiration: high pitched polyphonic wheezes
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