[hahy-poh-fuh-nee-sis, -foh-] /ˌhaɪ poʊ fəˈni sɪs, -foʊ-/

noun, Medicine/Medical.
a sound of less than usual intensity in percussion or auscultation.

hypophonesis hy·po·pho·ne·sis (hī’pō-fō-nē’sĭs)
A noticeable diminution of the perceived sound in auscultation or percussion.


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