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expectorate

[ik′spek·tə‚rāt]
(physiology)
To eject phlegm or other material from the throat or lungs.
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L a Broncho Pneumopathie Chronique Obstructive (BPCO), est une maladie liee dans 8 cas sur 10 au tabac .C'est une maladie silencieuse a ses debuts, ou avec des symptomes parfois banalises par les patients (comme la toux, les expectorations....), la maladie evolue vers un essoufflement, d'abord a l'effort, puis a des gestes ou mouvements anodins.
According to our results, we found that male (60.7% in CrAg+ group and 55.2% in CrAg− group) was slightly more than female and cough and expectoration were two most common symptoms [Table 1].
The most prevalent self-reported respiratory symptom in this study was cough (60.0%) followed by expectoration (52.5%) with none of the participants reporting blood in their sputum.
Clinical signs and symptoms are important and were ominously present in study subjects especially cough (100%), fever (100%) and expectoration (97%), weight loss (98%) which are also reported elsewhere.18
Now, the patient is presented with fever which was highgrade associated with generalized weakness, cough with expectoration, shortness of breath, and decreased urine output.
He started defining the cause of the disease by stating that phthisis was the condition where a pulmonary ulcer or an abscess was present, while the patient had a lot of cough and expectoration, while sometimes haemoptysis was also a symptom.
We report a case of 14-year-old girl who presented with cough along with expectoration and dyspnea.
The main symptoms of tracheoceles are cough and purulent expectoration. The presence of symptoms is an indication for surgery.
Bronchoscopy was done to rule out any residual peace after spontaneous expectoration of FB but could not find anything.
The patient is a 68-year-old male who complained of recurrent cough, expectoration, and progressive dyspnea for more than 30 years.
A pulsion diverticulum of esophagus in short horn cow close to the esophageal hiatus with sign of loss of condition and projectile expectoration of chewed ingesta are reported (Mc Gavin and Anderson; 1975).