(From Cystocele 2602 and a tumour). A hernia formed by the protrusion of the urinary bladder.

Cystocele vaginalis. See Colpocele.


(From Cystoptosis 2604 and to fall).

The inner membranes of the bladder protruding through the urethra.


(From Cystophlegmatica 2606 and

Cystophlegmatica 2608 phlegm). A suppression of urine from abundance of mucus in the bladder. See Ischuria.


(From the same, and Cystospastica 2609 a spasm). A suppression of urine from a spasm in the sphincter of the bladder. See Ischuria.


(From the same, and Cystothromboides 2610 a coagulation of the blood). A suppression of urine from grumous blood in the bladder. See Ischuria.


(From -------, and Cystospyica 2611 pus ) suppression of urine from purulent matter in the bladder. See Ischuria.


(From-------and Cystoproctica 2612anus or rectum). A suppression of urine from pain in the bladder, caused by indurated faeces, wind, inflammation, or abscess, in the rectum. See Ischuria.


(From -------, and Cystotomia 2613 to cut )

A cutting of the bladder in the operation for the stone. See Lithotomia.


A collyrium mentioned by Celsus.

Cytintforme Cytinus

From' Cytintforme Cytinus 2614 to produce; from its fecundity,) generally signify the flower of the true pomegranate; but sometimes the cups of flowers which expand after the same manner.

Cytinus Hypocistis

See Hypocistis.

Cytiso Genista

See Genista, Scoparia, and Capparis, (from cytisus, the bean trefoil, and genista, broom; from having flowers like the cytisus).

Cytisus Alpinus

Also called anagyris non fetida. Bean trefoil tree. Cytisus laburnum Lin. Sp. Pi. 1041. The leaves are said to cool and discuss; a decoction of them is diuretic.

Cytisus spinosus; acacia altera trifolia, cytiso-spartium aculeatum. Trefoil acacia. Spartium spi-nosum Lin. Sp. Pi. 997. Its juice is astringent.

Cytisus scoparius vulgaris. See Genista.


An epithet of a plaster commended by Galen for ulcers and wounds of the nervous parts.


See Achiotl.


(From Daceton 2615 to bite). An epithet for such animals as injure by biting.


(Arab, dekel). See Dactylus.


(From Dacneron 2616 to bite). Biting. An epithet for a collyrium in Trallian; also called oxydor-cia, and cynopticon.