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Rhonchi

These are sounds as if blown on top of bottles which are uninterrupted and come from bronchi which have been constricted as a result of edematous mucosa, muscular constriction or partial obstruction by secretions. They occur in variety of conditions. In combination with crepitations, they are found in lobar pneumonia. They are also associated with asthma or obstructing carcinoma (bronchial) and in bronchitis. They may either low or high pitched.

 

 

 

 

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