Female sexual weakness; vulg. Whites.
Discharge from the womb after delivery.
Rheumatism in the loins.
Appertaining to the loins.
Lumbrici. The round or long worm.
A colorless liquid, circulating in the lymphatics.
As applied to temperament; same as Leucophleg-matic.
See Conglobate Glands.
The breast in the female.
A wasting away of the body.
The excrementitious matter discharged from the intestines of a newly born infant.
Small glands within the inner membrane of the eyelids.
Excessive discharge of blood from the uterus.
The monthly period.
Inflammation of the spinal membranes.
The passing of a disease from one part to another.
Discharge of blood from the womb.
Miasm, or Miasma (Marsh.) Peculiar effluvia or emanations from swampy grounds.
Eruptions of minute transparent vesicles of the size of millet seeds; miliary eruption.
Disease of the hip; hip-disease.
One of the primary animal fluids; secretion from the nostrils.
Inflammation of the spinal marrow.
Having the property of inducing sleep.
Belonging to the nose.
The cartilages of the nose.
Nates The buttocks.
Pain in a nerve.
Pains in the loins.
Swelling; dropsical swelling; adj. (Edematous.
The act of smelling.
The caul. The vis-cus consists of folds of the peritoneum connected together by cellular tissue; it is attached to the stomach, lying on the anterior surface of the bowels.