Bibasilar Rales in the Lungs?

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Basilar Rales is an abnormal sounds that can be made in your lungs while breathing. These sounds come from the bases of the lungs which indicate inflammation fluid infection in the lung.
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Rales are sounds that can be made in your lungs. Bibasilar means that the sounds are coming from the base of each one: bi=2 basilar= base, or lowest lung section.
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Definition of Basilar Rales Abnormal breath sounds (crackles) in
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Thank you your question, Marvin. I suspect you are going to be seen either on campus or in a nearby walk-in clinic. A doctor, a PA or NP will listen carefully to all your lung fields
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A helpful thought I've seen is to think of the seven ages of man; as you age you go through different stages of life - traditionally when you are seven, you stop being a baby and
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