Definition of Auscultating

1. Verb. (present participle of auscultate) ¹



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Definition of Auscultating

1. auscultate [v] - See also: auscultate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Auscultating

aurothioglucose
aurothioglycanide
aurothiomalate
aurothiomalates
aurothiosulfate
aurous
aurovertin
aurulent
aurum
aurums
auræ
auscult
auscultate
auscultated
auscultates
auscultating (current term)
auscultation
auscultations
auscultator
auscultatory
auscultatory alternans
auscultatory gap
auscultatory percussion
auscultatory sound
ausferrite
ausform
ausformed
ausforming
ausforms
auslander

Literary usage of Auscultating

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1. Medical Lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science : Containing a Concise by Robley Dunglison (1868)
"A sound analogous to the Bruit <le <linl,lt—so called from its likeness to the buzzing of a fly—heard on auscultating the neck in chlorotic c:i ..."

2. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1867)
"On auscultating the chest, nothing abnormal could be detected, ... On auscultating the chest, cery harsh respiration was heard over both sides, ..."

3. Journal of Materia Medica (1877)
"If, therefore, we are guided by the pulse alone, without auscultating the heart, we may be led into error with regard to the frequency of the heart's ..."

4. The New York Medical Times (1896)
"Dr. Santini, in a monograph " On Combined Auscultation and Percussion in Hydatid Cysts," states that on percussing a hydatid cyst whilst auscultating it ..."

5. A Practical Treatise on the Medical, Surgical and Hygienic Treatment of by Thomas Frazier Rumbold (1888)
"The aural auscultating lube was again applied to tho car and tho previous ... Examination with the «ural auscultating tube, and use of the syringe, ..."

6. Disease in Children: A Manual for Students and Practitioners by James Carmichael (1892)
"Thus, on auscultating one lung, it may be found that the expiration is ... Thus, in auscultating children with a slight catarrh, a loud rale may be heard ..."

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