Congenital hernia. Literally, hernia from birth.
A species of eruption.
Water in the head.
Hypertrophy, A morbid increase of any organ, arising from excessive nutrition.
Sunken and corpselike.
Spleen disease; great depression of spirits, with general functional derangement; adj. Hypochondriacal.
The lower anterior portion of the abdomen.
Nervous affection; almost peculiar to females.
Jaundice of infants.
Original, or primary disease.
A form of colic, a twisting pain in the region of the navel.
Strangulated or constricted; a term applied to rupture.
The process by which abscesses or ulcers are healed, this takes place by means of little grain-like fleshy bodies, denominated granulations, which form on the surface of ulcers or suppurating wounds, etc, and serve the double purpose of filling up the cavities and bringing closely together and uniting their sides.
Propagation of disease by effluvia.
Diffusion of fluids into the cellular tissue.
The coverings of any part of the body. The skin with the adherent fat and cellular membrane form the common integuments.
Tear shedding. Lactation. Suckling; also the process of the secretion of milk.
Belonging to the larynx.
Inflammation of the larynx.
Tipper part of the windpipe.
Injuries inflicted by violence, &c
Structural derangement, or injury.
Leuco-phlegmatic Torpid or sluggish: mostly applied to a temperament characterized by want of tension of fibre; with light hair, and general inertness of the physical and mental powers.