The National Medical Dictionary

The National Medical Dictionary

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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. 1890 edition. Excerpt: ...Courbe (F.). 1. Curve. 2. Exostosis of inferior and internal extremity of tibia in the horse. C. antero-posterieure, naso-occipital arc. C. d'Avelingr, Aveling's curve. C. horopterique, horopter of points. C. laterale transverse, binauricular arc. C. ophryo-iniaque, ophryoiniacarc. C. ophryo-opisthiaque.ophryoopisthiac arc. Courbure (F.). A bending or curved condition. C. d'enroulement, principal curvature of rib by which it embraces the thoracic viscera. C. des os, greenstick fracture. C. spiroide, the secondary twist in a rib by which it assumes a spiral form. Courgre potiron (F.). Cucurbita maxima, Duches. Couronne (F.). Crown. . quatoriale. G. Kernplatte. Applied by Carnoy to the accumulation of chromatine fragments at the centre of the nuclear spindle during karyokinesis. C. ciliaire, the ciliary processes taken collectively. C. des dents, crown of the teeth. C. du gland, corona glandis. C. polaire, term applied by Carnoy to the accumulation of chromatine granules at the end of the nuclear spindle during karyokinesis. C. radiante or C. rayonnante, corona radiata. C. de St. Jean, mugwort. Cour'ses. Popular term for menses. Court (F.). Short. C. abducteur du pouce, abductor pollicis. . coraco-brachial, coraco-brachialis brevis. C. cubital posterieur, accessory extensor carpi ulnaris. Court'-plaster. Isinglass plaster spread upon silk or other thin material. Cou'ry (Ind.). A variety of Areca catechu. Coussinet (F.). A pad. C. adipeux, Haversian gland. C. oculaire, fatty tissue at bottom of orbit. Coussinette (F.). Vaccinium oxycoccus, L. Cous'so. I. cusso. Brayera. Couture (F.). Seam; a salient cicatrix. Couturier (F.). Sartorius. Couvade (F.). The custom of putting the husband to bed after the wife...show more

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  • Paperback | 492 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 25mm | 871g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123654126X
  • 9781236541260