stertor


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Related to stertor: quinsy, stertorous breathing
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Synonyms for stertor

the act of snoring or producing a snoring sound

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On examination, the patient exhibited intermittent biphasic stridor, as well as some stertor and mild neck retractions.
The most common clinical signs associated to intranasal neoplasms are nasal hemorrhagic discharge, facial deformity, ocular discharge, sneezing, stertor, dyspnea, exophthalmos, and rarely neurologic signs (6, 7, 12).
This can result in stertor, stridor, or both, making the source of the breathing disorder difficult to localize.
The signs of dyspnoea and stertor resolved and wound healed without complications.
In addition, respiratory effort was increased, with inspiratory stertor and fluid bubbles observed on the nares.