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Sounds of Medicine

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Operation: Supervised Surgical Operation on a Small Boy with a Cyst in His Neck
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Stethoscope Sounds: Heart Murmurs and Lung Sounds - a Woman with Rheumatic Heart Disease
2:10
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Stethoscope Sounds: Heart Murmurs and Lung Sounds - Same Woman
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Stethoscope Sounds: Heart Murmurs and Lung Sounds - Same Woman
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Stethoscope Sounds: Normal Heart and Lung Sounds
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Stethoscope Sounds: Normal Heart and Lung Sounds
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Stethoscope Sounds: Normal Heart and Lung Sounds
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Stethoscope Sounds: Heart Murmurs and Lung Sounds - a Woman with Valve Disease of the Heart before Surgical Operation
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Stethoscope Sounds: Heart Murmurs and Lung Sounds - a Woman with Valve Disease of the Heart before Surgical Operation
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Stethoscope Sounds: Normal Sounds
1:19
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Stethoscope Sounds: Breath Sounds
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Stethoscope Sounds: Sounds of the Bowels - a Normal Hungry Man Smoking a Cigarette before Dinner
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Stethoscope Sounds: Heart Sounds - a Man with Inflammation of the Heart Due to Active Rheumatic Fever
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