The American Medical Lexicon; On the Plan of Quincy's Lexicon Physico-Medicum, with Many Retrenchments, Additions, and Improvements; Comprising an Exp

The American Medical Lexicon; On the Plan of Quincy's Lexicon Physico-Medicum, with Many Retrenchments, Additions, and Improvements; Comprising an Exp

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1811 edition. Excerpt: ...and xpavm, the head. M. M. When the pain is over the eye, extract the dens sapientix, and when on the middle of the parietal bone, the first or second grinder in the lower jaw on the same side, if Hepatic, belonging to the liver; fl'0lD mratg, the liver. He/zatic Flux. It is a bilious dinrrhcea, occasioned by an excess of bile. Hejzatic Artery. A branch of the cceliac, which gives oil', before it is distributed on the liver, the pyloric, right epigastric, cystic, and the splcnic-arteries. Heflatic Duct. The trunk of the pori biliarii, which terminates in the ductus communischoledochus. Hejlatic Vein. The great vein of the liver. See Vena Porta. Hcfiatirrluza. A species of diarrhtea. See Diarrhea. Hc/zatitis. An inflammation of the liver; from H'll'tZp, the liver. A genus of disease in the class ty-rexiz and order/zlzlzgmaeix of Cullen. It is known by pyrexia; tension and pain more or less acute in the right hypochondrium, which is very frequently referred to the top of the right shoulder, and increased by laying on the left side; urine high coloured. M. M. Copious venesectiou; cathartics; refrigerants; a blister on the right hypochondrium; antiphlogistic regimen; mercury; cinchona and iron ' ilferculcue Iklorbis. The epilepsy is thus called, from the terror of its attacks and difficulty of cure. Some medicines also, upon the same foundation, have been called Herculean, in order to denote their uncommon force; but such conceits are now much in neglect. Hereditary Disease, is such as is transmitted from the parents inthe first rudiments of the foetus, which is the origin ofmanyehronic cases. Hcrma/throrlitua, epl/.otcentspo t'ro;, i161'maphrodite, from 'Epnn;, Mercury, and Acents;olrr1; Venus. Geshow more

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  • English
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  • 1236925262
  • 9781236925268