Topics Discussed: pulmonology and respiratory medicine; wheezing.
Sections: Differential Diagnosis, History and Physical Examination, Laboratory Studies, Evaluation, Indications for Consultation or Referral, References.
Excerpt:"Wheezing is a high-pitched whistling sound heard during expiration. It occurs when air flows through narrowed or partially obstructed airways, mostly the bronchioles. It can also be heard because of narrowing of larger airways...."
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