Propagation of a disease by contact.
The anterior transparent portion of the eye. It is of a horny consistence.
Inflammation of the hip-joint. Literally, seizure or pain in the.
Literally pain in the hip; inflammation of the hip-joint.
Crackling sensation, or noise, such as is caused by pressing the finger upon a part affected with emphysema; by the ends of fractured bones when moved; or by certain salts during calcination.
Crackling or grating.
Appertaining to the skin.
The outer or scarf skin.
The act of swallowing.
Derangement of the brain, raving.
Abstraction of the fluids; generally applied to venesection.
A drying up.
Falling off of the epidermis in form of scales.
Distinction of maladies.
Looseness of the bowels.
The same as the above, in infants.
Relating to diet.
'Affection of the eyes, in which objects appear double or increased in number.
Diuretic Medicines which increase the secretion of urine.
Appertaining to the back.
Drastic Powerful purgatives.
The first intestine after the stomach, so called from its length; the twelve-inch gut.
Dyscrasia.. A morbid condition of the system; adj. Dyscrastic.
Indigestion; literally difficulty of appetite.
Difficulty of respiration. Shortness of breath.
Difficulty in passing urine.
A pouring out or escape of lymph or other secretion.
A falling off in the flesh.
Inflammation of the brain and membranes.
Peculiar to a particular locality.
Swelling up of.
Inflammation of the intestines.
Of a day's duration.
Epidemic Diseases arising from general causes.
The region of the stomach.