A Dictionary of Dental Science

A Dictionary of Dental Science

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...for the purpose of extracting their medicinal properties. Also, the product itself. In Surgery, the introduction of medical substances into the veins. Infuso'ria. Animalcuhe developed in infusions of animal or vegetable substances, and in stagnant waters. Infii'suni. An infusion. Inges'ta. From ingero, to carry in. The aliments introduced into the body. Inglu'vies. Gluttony. Also, the crop of birds. In'gluvin. A preparation obtained from the gizzard of the fowl, used as a substitute for pepsiu and pancrcatin. Efficient in indigestion and the sickness of pregnancy. Dose, gr. xz. Ingot'. A bar of gold, silver, or other metal, cast in a mould. Ingot Mould. A mould in which ingots are cast, usually made of iron, and composed of two pieces, or of soapstone, charcoal or compressed carbon. Ingras'sias, Wings of. Two portions of the symmetrical halves of the sphenoid bone, termed the large and small wings. IngTavitla'tion. Pregnancy. Fecundation. Illgre'dlent. From ingredient, entering into. That which enters into, or is a component part of, a compound or mixture; constituents of a compound. Applied to medicinal compounds. In'guen. The groin. Ill'gllinal. Inguiwi'lis; from inguen, the groin. Belonging or pertaining to the groin. Inguinal Ar'tery. The external iliac immediately beneath the crural arch. Inguinal Canal. The canal for the spermatic cord, formed by the folding of the lower edge of the external oblique muscle. In'guinal Glands. The lymphatic glands in the groin. Inguinal Her'nia. Where part of the bowels protrude at the abdominal ring. Inguinal Lig'ament. Poupart's ligament, IngukVtio. In, and gu'la, the throat Introducing anything into the throat Ingu lation. Inhala'tion. 'The act of drawing in vapors with the breath. Inhalation of...show more

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  • Paperback | 460 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 24mm | 816g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236635191
  • 9781236635198