A Dictionary of Medical Terminology, Dental Surgery and the Collateral Sciences

A Dictionary of Medical Terminology, Dental Surgery and the Collateral Sciences

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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. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...and filter. Prepared also by displacement. Ph. U. S. Properties those of opium. Nineteen minims equal to about one grain of opium. Dose, gtt. xx to lx. It has the same dental uses as Vinum Opii (which see), but is not so pleasant to the mouth as this latter. Laudanum Abbatls Rousseau. Abbe Kousseau's drops. Wine of opium. Laudanum Liq'uidum Sydenhami. Wine of opium. Sydenham's laudanum. Laudanum Opia'tum. Extract of opium. Laugh, Sardon'ic. Canine laugh. Kisus sardonicus. Laiigh'ing Gas. Nitrous oxide, or protoxide of nitrogen. See Nitrous Oxide. Laii'monite. A variety of zeolite, consisting of silica, alumina, and lime, with 16 per cent, of water. Lanra'cea. The cinnamon tribe of dicotyledonous plants. Laurel. See Laurus. Laurel, Broad-Leaved. Kalmia latifolia. Mountain laurel. Laurel, Cherry. Prunus lauroceraem. Poison laurel. Laurel, Spurge. Daphne laureola. Laurel Water. The distilled water of the prunus laurocerasus. Laurel, White. Magnolia glauca. Laure'oln, Daphne laureola. Lau'rinc. An acrid, fatty matter contained in the berries of the laurel. Lauroecra'sus. See Prunus LauBocerasus. Lan'rus. The Laurus nobilis. Also, a genus of plants of the order Lauracece. Bay berries. The leaves, berries, and oil, possess exciting and narcotic properties. It js sometimes employed as a fomentation and in glysters. Lau'rus Cam'phora. See Camphora Officinabum. Laurus Cas'sia. The wild cinnamon tree. Laurus Cinnamo'mum. Cinnamomum zeylanicum, the tree from which the cinnamon bark is obtained. Laurus Nob'ilis. The sweet bay tree. Laurus Per'sioa. The tree which produces the avigato pear. Laurus Pichu'rim. One of the plants which produce the pichurira bean. Laurus Sas'safras. The sassafras tree. Lautls'slma Vina. Wines strongly impregnated with myrrh....show more

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  • Paperback | 538 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 28mm | 948g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236560418
  • 9781236560414