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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Hello everyone, Happy New Year first of all. When the lung loses its elasticity and is in a permanent position of...
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Wiki: vocal fremitus, is a vibration felt on the patient's chest during low frequency vocalization. Now my...
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