SB 3.30.16

vāyunotkramatottāraḥ
 kapha-saṁruddha-nāḍikaḥ
kāsa-śvāsa-kṛtāyāsaḥ
 kaṇṭhe ghura-ghurāyate
Synonyms: 
vāyunā — by air; utkramatā — bulging out; uttāraḥ — his eyes; kapha — with mucus; saṁruddha — congested; nāḍikaḥ — his windpipe; kāsa — coughing; śvāsa — breathing; kṛta — done; āyāsaḥ — difficulty; kaṇṭhe — in the throat; ghura-ghurāyate — he produces a sound like ghura-ghura.
Translation: 
In that diseased condition, one’s eyes bulge due to the pressure of air from within, and his glands become congested with mucus. He has difficulty breathing, and upon exhaling and inhaling he produces a sound like ghura-ghura, a rattling within the throat.