The New Sydenham Society's Lexicon of Medicine and the Allied Sciences; (Based on Mayne's Lexicon) Volume 3

The New Sydenham Society's Lexicon of Medicine and the Allied Sciences; (Based on Mayne's Lexicon) Volume 3

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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. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...serum into, the mediastinum. Hydromedu sae. ("Yiap; medusa.) An Order of the Class Polypomediuai, being colonial forms the members of which have no oesophageal tube or mesenteric folds. The sexual generation has the form of free-swimming Medusae having a velum, or of attached medusoid generative buds. Hydromel. CYtpopiXi; from Simp, water; p.i'Xi, honey. F. hydromel; G. Honigtcaiter.) Water which is mixed, or impregnated, with honey, 32 parts to 500; when it has undergone vinous fermentation it is termed mead. H. Infantum. (L. infant, a child.) Compound infusion of senna three parts, syrup of manna one part. H., simple. The beverage described under Hydromel. H., virions. (L. vinum, wine.) A stimulating drink prepared by mixing honey with five times its weight of water and allowing it to ferment. Hydrom'ell. Same as Hydromel. H. vino sum. See Hydromel, vinous. Hydromel ita. ( ', ., ..; ulkt. F. hydromclite.) A combination of honey with a liquid or an aqueous substance. Hydromel lea. ("Ye'iop; uli. F. hy. dromelU.) Beral's term for medicaments prepared by mixing honey with a tincture or a watery extract, or the juice of a plant, and concentrating it to the consistence of a syrup. Hydromellit ic ac id. C0H6(CO, H)-. A crystalline substance obtained by the action of sodium amalgam on ammonium mellitate. Hydromel'lono. Same as Mellone. Hydrome'lon. ("YoWp, _water; p.ijov, an apple. F. hydromile; G. Apfeltrank.) A drink made by boiling apples, or quinces, in water. Also, a term for Cider. Hydrome lum. Same as Hydromelon. Hydromening-itiB. ("YSnp, water; prjviy, ft membrane. F. hydromeningite.) Inflammation of the membranes of the Drain with effusion. Also, a synonym of Hydrocephalus internus. Also, a synonym of...show more

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