A peculiar, unctuous fluid secreted within the joints, which it lubricates, and thereby serves to facilitate their motions.
The membrane which lines the cavities of the joints, and secretes the synovia.
Tartar, A concretion encrusting the teeth.
Temporal- Appertaining to the temples.
The white and shining . extremity of a muscle.
Painful and constant urging to alvine evacuations, without a discharge.
Tetanic. A spasmodic rigidity of the parts affected.
That branch of medicine which describes the action of the different means employed for the curing of diseases, and of the application of those means.
The chest, or that part of the body situated between the neck and the abdomen.
Tonic Medicines which are said to increase the tone of the muscular fibre when debilitated and relaxed.
The oblong, sub-oval glands placed between the arches of the palate
Inflammation of the tonsils.
Remedies applied to a particular part.
An operation by opening the windpipe.
Appertaining to wounds; arising from wounds.
The reduction of a substance to minute division, by means of long-continued rubbing.
A small, round, eruptive swelling, anatomically speaking. In pathalogy, the ' name is applied to a peculiar morbid product occurring in various organs or textures, in the form of small, round, isolated masses of a dull whitish yellow, or yellowish grey color, opaque, unorganized, and varying in shape and consistence according to their stage of development and the texture of part in which they are engendered.
Vide Tumefied. Typhoid. Applied to diseases of a low character.
The navel string. Umbilicus. The navel. Urethra. The urinary canal. Urticaria. Nettle-rash. Uterus. The womb.
Pimples, quickly forming pustules, seldom passing into suppuration, but bursting at the point and drying into scabs. Chicken-pock.
Varices. Swelling or enlargement of the veins.
The abstraction of blood by opening a vein.
An eruptive elevation of the cuticle, containing a clear serous fluid.
Giddiness, with a sensation as if falling.
A small bladder-like eruption; an elevation of the cuticle containing a transparent watery fluid.
Acting as a substitute.
Contagion or poison.
Glutinous and gelatinous.
Viscera. Any organ of the system. A bowl
A collection of pus in the finger.