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www.britannica.com/science/rale

... subtle evidence such as rales (abnormal respiratory sounds) in the lungs or a gallop rhythm ... Crackles are heard in congestive heart failure and pneumonia.

depts.washington.edu/physdx/pulmonary/tech.html

Auscultate for presence of crackles, wheezes and rub, alternating between left and right lung. Listen for bronchial breath sounds. Perform auscultatory percussion.

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Somewhat surprisingly, many dogs with pneumonia or pulmonary contusions exhibit harsh lung sounds but not crackles. Pulmonary crackles can be either fine or ...

kids.kiddle.co/Breath_sounds

Rales are also called fine crackles, because they often sound like ... Rales are heard when a person has fluid in their lungs.

arxiv.org/pdf/1706.00005

Detecting crackles in lung auscultation is challenging for two reasons. First, the ( crackle) signal to noise ratio is low in a sound file since crackles have a short, 5-  ...

medictests.com/units/breath-sounds

Normal breath sounds over the lung fields are called VESICULAR breath ... Upper airway obstructions can lead to stridor, a high-pitched harsh-sounding whistle ...

www.researchgate.net/publication/14535385_Crackles_Recording_analysis_and_clinical_significance

PDF | Crackles are short interrupted breath sounds usually associated with pulmonary disorders. According to present opinion, a crackle is generated... | Find ...

medically.roche.com/content/dam/pdmahub/non-restricted/respiratory/idiopathic-pulmonary-fibrosis/ipfzone-migration/DIAGNOSING_LISTENING.pdf

Lung auscultation is currently the best way to recognise idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis ... The fine crackles—discontinuous, short, explosive sounds—heard in the ...

www.amboss.com/us/knowledge/Pulmonary_examination

May 5, 2021 ... Types of pathological breath sounds · Crackles or. rales · Wheezes (sibilant wheezing): musical, prolonged · Rhonchi (. sonor wheezing. ): &mi...

rc.rcjournal.com/content/respcare/60/3/412.full.pdf

no conclusive evidence that crackle characteristics are related to HRCT variables in COPD. Key words: breathing sounds; crackles; lung sounds; COPD; ...