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Arneth's syndrome

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A condition characterized by auscultory sound modifications - muffling of the palpable thrill during speech – caused by complete hepatisation of lung tissue.

Description

A condition characterized by auscultory sound modifications - muffling of the palpable thrill during speech – caused by complete hepatisation of lung tissue. There is bronchial murmur and bronchiloquy.

Bibliography

  • C Minerbi:
    La "sindrome polmonticita di Arneth". La vera natura fisico del fremito vocale tattile.
    Atti della Accademia delle Scienze Mediche e Naturali in Ferrara, 1928, 3-4: 47-49.

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