The anus. Also the intestinum rectum.
(From anus, and to fall down). A bearing down of the rectum. Vogel.
See AEs ustum.
So Scribonius Largus calls a part compressed or closed by a fibula.
Vel Arctitudo, (from arcto, to make narrow). It is when the intestines are constipated from an inflammation or spasm. Also a preternatural straitness of the pudendum muliebre.
(From a bear,) so called from its roughness. See Bardana Arcticum.
See Bardana major.
(From a bear, and garlic ). Bear garlic.
(From a bear, and a berry, because wild bears feed upon them). Spanish wortles.
(From arcto, to straiten). Inflammation of the finger or the toe from a curvature of the nail. Linnaeus.
Vel Nervalia Ossa, (from ar-cus, a bow, and nervus, a nerve,) because they have the form of a bow, and afford a passage for the nerves. The sinciput; according to others the temple boxes.
Sec Coronalis sutura.
A gibbosity of the fore parts, with a curvation of the bone of the sternum, of the tibia, or dorsal vertebrae.
So called, (from arcus, a bow,) either because the colour of the eyes is like a rainbow, or because of the rainbow like arch which is under the eye lids in the jaundice. See Icterus.
(A dim. of area, a chest). The orbits of the eyes.
(From to defile). Sordes, filth.
See Hibermcus lapis.
A very intense acute heat raised in our bodies.
Ardor urinae. See Dysuria.
Ardor ventriculi. See Caudialgia.
Sand or gravel in the kidneys.
Arena litoralis, Arena maris marina. Sea sand.
It is heated in bags, and applied to parts that are pained. Hydropic people are also sweated by being covered with hot sand; and sailors cured of the scurvy by burying them to the neck in the sand of hot countries. See Balneum.
Or Saburratio. It is the casting of hot sand on the bodies of patients.
(From areo, to dry up.) A sort of cupping glasses used by the ancients.