Epilepsy

Epilepsia. Falling sickness.

Epistaxis

Bleeding from the nose.

Epithelium

The cuticle.

Erysipelas

St. Anthony's fire. Rose. A disease of the skin.

Erysipelas Phlegmonodes

Phlegmonous erysipelas.

Erysipelas Cedematodes

Cedematous erysipelas.

Erysipelas Erraticum

Wandering erysipelas.

Erysipelas Gangrenosum

Gangrenous erysipelas.

Erysipelas Neonatorum

Induration of the cellular tissue in infants.

Exacerbation

Aggravation of fever, etc.

Exanthema, plur

Exanthemata. Eruption terminating in exfoliation.

Expectoration

Discharge of any matter; phlegm; pus from the chest.

Exudation

Discharge of fluid from the skin, etc.

Faeces

Alvine excrement.

Fascia

In anatomy, the tendinous expansion of muscles which bind parts together are called fascia.

Fauces

The throat.

Febris, plur

Febres. Fever.

Febris Nervosa

Nervous fever, or typhus.

Femur

The bone of the thigh.

Fetor

Stench.

Fistula

An obstinate tube-like sore, with a narrow orifice; adj. Fistulous.

Fistula Lachrymalis

An ulcerated opening in the lachrymal sac.

Flatus

Wind in the intestines. Flatulency.

Foetus

The infant in the womb. Fomentation. The application of flannel wet with warm water. Functional Diseases. Those in which there is supposed to be only derangement of action.

Furunculus

A boil.

Furunculus Malionans

Carbuncle.

Gangrene

Incipient mortification; adj. Gangrenous.

Gastralgia

Pain in the stomach.

Gastric Belonging to the stomach.

Gastritis

Inflammation of the stomach.

Gastrodynia

Vide Cardialgia.

Gestation

Pregnancy.

Gland

A small body met with in many parts of the body, and consisting of various tissues, blood-vessels, nerves, &c

Glossitis

Inflammation of the tongue.

Glottis

Opening of the windpipe. The superior opening of the larynx.

Granulation

See Incarnation.

Haematemesis

Vomiting of blood. Haemoptysis. Discharge of blood from the lungs. Spitting of blood. Haemorrhage. Discharge of blood.

Haemorrhoids

Piles.

Hectic Fever

Habitual or protracted fever.

Helminthiasis

Worm disease.

Hemiphlegia

Paralysis of one side of the body longitudinally.

Hepatitis

Inflammation of the liver.

Hepatization

Structural derangement of the lungs, the result of inflammation; changing them into a substance resembling the liver, hence its name.

Hernia

Rupture.