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By Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

Introduces, briefly textual content and illustrations, using the letter mixture "ay" in such phrases as "clay," "bay," "spray," and "tray."

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26. (c) (d) Fig. 13 Commoner types of chest wall deformity: (a) barrel chest; (b) Harrison’s sulcus; (c) pectus excavatum; and (d) pectus carinatum. costal margin. It is seen in chronic asthma. Pectus excavatum (also known as funnel chest) is a common deformation and pectus carinatum (also known as pigeon chest) may be associated with various forms of congenital heart disease. Chest asymmetry Look to see if one half of the chest is more prominent. This may be a result of scoliosis and is assessed by examining the spine (p.

Place the middle finger of your left hand (if you are righthanded) along the line of the rib and strike it with the first finger of the right hand as if it were a hammer hitting a small nail. Percuss the entire chest back and front in a systematic way, including the clavicles and in the axillae. History taking and clinical examination Chapter 3 The percussion note should be resonant across the chest, with normal liver dullness starting just below the nipple. l Hyper-resonance occurs with hyperinflation due to air trapping, particularly seen in chronic asthma.

Signs of chronic disease Examine the hands for clubbing, cyanosis or anaemia. 1. Describe the chest shape. The commoner abnormalities are illustrated in Fig. 5 Suprasternal ('tracheal "tug"') Intercostal Subcostal Fig. 12 Sites of chest recession in a young child with respiratory distress. 5 Normal respiratory rate at different ages. Age Awake respiratory rate (breaths per minute) 0–12 months 1–5 years 6 years and above 25–40 20–30 15–25 2 Fig. 14 Examining the position of the trachea. (a) (b) Fig.

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