Ana

Colupa An Indian plant mentioned in the Hortus Malabaricus, whose genus is not determined. Its juice is said to be useful in epilepsies, and to cure the bite of the naja.

Anacollema

(From Anacollema 550 to agglutinate).

It is the same as frontale, only that it is always made of agglutinants or drying powders. Junker describes an anacoltema frontale for stopping bleeding of the nose. See Cataplasma.

Anacomide

(From Anacomide 551 to repair,) to recover a person after sickness.

Anactorium

See Gladiolus.

Anacyclei

(From Anacyclei 552 to wander about).

Circulatores, mountebanks. See Agyrtae.

Anacyriosis

(From Anacyriosis 553 and authority)

Hippocrates, in his treatise on decency, advises physicians to keep up their authority, and the dignity of their profession, which he expresseth by this word.

Anadendromalache

(From Anadendromalache 555 a tree, and the mallow). See Althaea.

Anadiplosis

(From Anadiplosis 557 reduplico). A frequent reduplication of fevers. Blancard.

Anadosis

(From Anadosis 558 to distribute). A distribution of the fluids, and consequently a part of nutrition. See Distributio.

Anadrome

(From Anadrome 559 upwards, and to run). Hippocrates uses this word to signify pains from the lower to the upper parts of the body.

Anaesthesia Anaisthaesia

(From α, non, and Anaesthesia Anaisthaesia 561 sensio,) also anodynia. Insensibility, or loss of feeling by the touch. A resolution of the nerves occasioning a loss of feeling; generally a symptom of palsy: the same as stupor. It is in the locales, dysesthesia, of Cullen.

Anaglyphe

(From Anaglyphe 566 'to engrave). See

Calamus scriptorius.

Anagyris

(From Anagyris, a city in Attica,) Non Foetida. See Cytisus alimnus. - Fatida Lin. Sp. Pi. 534. The smell is rank, and the taste bitter. It is used as a cathartic and emmenagogue.

Anaisthaesia.,

See Anaesthesia.

Anaisthesis.

Analces

From α, neg and Analces 567 strength).

Weak, effeminate. Hippocrates uses this word as an epithet for the Asiatic nations.

Analdes

(From α, neg. and Analdes 568 to increase).

Not increasing. Hippocrates applies this word to fruits growing about the river Phasis.