Antipyreticon Antipyreton

(From Antipyreticon Antipyreton 881 against and a fever). A remedy against a fever; called also antipyreuticon.


Or Antiqua'r-tium, (from Antiquartanarium 883 against, and quartanum, a quartan fever). A medicine against a quartan.


(From Antirrhixum 884 against, and the nose,) also called caput vituli, bucranion, o8 leonis, anarrhinum, lychnis, sylvestris, atochium, snap-dragon, and calf's snout.

A decoction is said to be used in the jaundice, but is chiefly used as a charm.

Antirrhinum Linaria

See Linaria.


(From Antiscolica 886 against, and a worm). See Anthelmintica.


(From Antiscorbutica 888 against, and scorbutus, the scurvy). Medicines against the scurvy; q. v.


Cortex. See Wintera-nus, Cortex.


(From Antispasis 891 against, and to draw). A revulsion. The turning the course of the humours whilst they are actually in motion. The doctrine of revulsion is the invention of Hippocrates.


(From Antispasticon 895 against, and to draw). A general epithet for any medicine that acts by way of revulsion.


(From Antisternon 897 opposite to, and the sternum, or breast). The back is so called because it is opposite to the breast bone. See Dorsum.


(From Antitasis 899 against, and to extend). A contra-extension: an opposite location of parts, as of the liver and spleen.


"Thenar(from Anti 901 against, and the palm of the hand). See Abductor pollicis Manus Indicem.

Dr. Hunter applies this name to a muscle of the foot, and says it arises from the os cuneiforme, and is inserted in the external sesamoid bone.


See Anthora.

Antitragicus Antitragus

(From Antitragicus Antitragus 903 against, and the thick part of the anthelix).

See Auricula.


(From Antitypus 905 , and percutio).

See Renisus.