Preparations containing lead.
Consisting of blood.
A thin greenish discharge of fetid matter, from sores, fistulae, etc.
A rheumatic affection of the hip-joint.
Indolent, glandular tumor, generally preceding cancer in an ulcerated form.
Parts of the animal economy, which separate or secrete the various fluids of the body.
Limited to one side.
A cavity or depression.
The part that separates from a foul ulcer.
Disposition to sleep.
A remedy possessing a peculiai curative action in certain diseases.
Expectoration of different kinds.
Canker, or scurvy of the mouth.
Painful discharge of urine.
A constriction of a tube or duct of some part of the body.
Scrofula. The king's evil; adj. Strumous.
An inflammatory small tumor on the eyelid.
Under the jaw.
Glands on the inner side of the lower jaw.
Placed under the mucous membrane.
The morbid action by which pus is deposited, in inflammatory tumor, etc.
Twitchings; sudden starts of the tendons; weak convulsive movements which are often too feeble to elevate the limb itself, but sufficiently strong to be readily seen or felt in the muscles and their tendons. They are most frequently met with in states of extreme debility, particularly in low, nervous, or typhoid fevers, and are, in such cases, usually to be dreaded as prognostications of approaching dissolution.
Fainting or swooning.
Continued inflammatory fever.