The detection of symptoms by the ear in disease.
Connected with the secretion of bile. Blepharitis. Inflammation of the eyelids. Borborygmus. Rumbling in the intestines, caused by flatus or wind. Bronchia; Bronchi. The tubes into which the trachea or windpipe divides. Bronchitis. Inflammation of the ramifications of the windpipe. Bulimy; Bulimia. Canine, or excessive hunger.
Resembling, a corpse.
The blind gut; so called from its being perforated at one end only.
The angle of the eye.
Cancer, adj. Carcinomatous.
Inflammation of the heart.
Ulceration of the bones.
Picking at the bed-clothes.
The menstrual flux.
Cold; used also to express inflammation of the mucous membrane.
Simple inflammation of the conjunctiva.
The fine netlike membrane enveloping or connecting most of the structures of the human body.
Cephalic Pertaining to the head.
Appertaining to the brain.
Belonging to the neck.
Discontinuance of the menstrual flux.
Long continued, in contradistinction to acute.
Cicatrices. A scar, left after the healing of a wound, etc.
A spasm which is not of long duration. It is opposed to tonic spasm, which see.
Clots of blood.
The term given to the fluid which is slowly effused into wounds, and afterwards forms the uniting medium or cicatrice.
Colic Griping in the intestines.
Failing of vitality.
Excessive discharge of any secretion.
Drowsiness, with relapse on being roused.
Soft lint, linen. etc. folded together so as to form a pad, for the purpose of being placed, and secured by means of a bandage, on parts which require pressure.
Determination of blood to the head.
Determination of blood to the chest.
Overfullness of the blood-vessels of some particular organ.
Glands of a globular form, composed of a texture of lymphatic vessels. They have no excretory duct.
The membrane lining the eyelids, and extending over the forepart of the eyeballs.