Laryngophony
Laryngophony Lar`yn*goph"o*ny, n. [Larynx + Gr. (?) voice.] The sound of the voice as heard through a stethoscope when the latter is placed upon the larynx. [1913 Webster]

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  • laryngophony — / gofˈ/ noun The sound of the voice as heard through the stethoscope applied over the larynx • • • Main Entry: ↑larynx …   Useful english dictionary

  • laryngophony — lar·yn·goph·o·ny (lar″ing gofґə ne) [laryngo + Gr. phōnē voice] a voice sound heard over the larynx …   Medical dictionary

  • voice sounds — auscultatory sounds heard over the lungs or airways when the patient speaks; increased resonance indicates consolidation or an airless lung underlying an effusion. Types include bronchophony, egophony, laryngophony, pectoriloquy, tracheophony,… …   Medical dictionary

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