An Illustrated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology and Allied Sciences; Including the Pronunciation, Accentuation, Derivation, and Definition of the Terms Used in Medicine, Anatomy, Surgery ...

An Illustrated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology and Allied Sciences; Including the Pronunciation, Accentuation, Derivation, and Definition of the Terms Used in Medicine, Anatomy, Surgery ...

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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. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...N. verrucosus. See N. pzgnzenlonu. N., Venous, a raised, convex, and sometimes lobulated form, consisting 0fthinwalled veins and sinuses bound together by connective tissue. NGAI CAMPHOR 871 NIGHT Nictitation (nib-ti!-a'-r/tun)m'm?are, to wink. Abnormal frequency of winking. Nidamentum (nid-am-en'-/um) nidus-, nest. The decidua; also any covering of the developing ovum; an egg-case. Nidation (ni-drz'-r/run) nidu.r, nest. The development of an endometrial epithelium in an inter-menstrual period. Nidulant 'mil'-u-Ian!) m'a'ulari, to build a nest. In biology, ying loose in a nest-like receptacle or pulp, like the seeds or sporangia of certain plants. Nidularium (nid-u-la'-re-urn) dim. of nidm, nest. The mycelium of fungi. Nidus (ni'-dus) L., nest. I. A central point or focus of infection; a place in which an organism finds con-ditions suitable for growth and development. 2. A collection of ganglion-cells at the deep origin of a cranial nerve; a nucleus. N. hirundinis, a deep fossa in the cerebellum situated between the velum medullare posterius in front, and the nodulus and uvula behind. Niemeyer'a Pill. A pill of quinin, grain I, digitalis, grain one-half, and opium, grain one-quarter. It is used in pulmonary tuberculosis, and is taken every six hours. Niepa (ne'-pa/1) E. Ind.. The bark of Samadera 1'nrlz'm, a simarubaceous tree of S. Asia; it is intensely bitter, and a good tonic. Unof. Nigella (ni-jel'-a/2) ngellu:, dark. A ranunculaceous genus of plants represented by several species having medicinal properties. N. sativa, fennel-flower, is diaphoretic and emmenagogue. Unof. Nigellin (ni-je1'-in) nz;gellu:, dark. A bitter extractive of A-'gella salt" /a. Niggl'8 Test. See 7111:, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 720 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 37mm | 1,261g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236957598
  • 9781236957597