(From to be in doubt).
Anxiety, heat, and restlessness, in distempers. See Alysmos.
(From horehound). A composition in which horehound is one of the ingredients,
(From and a prune,) also called diacoccymelon. The name of two compositions which contain prunes: both are purging electuaries; but the elect. e senna. is used in their stead.
(From, and the itch).
The name of a medicine for the itch or scurvy.
(From, and the heel). A medicine made of the heels of animals and cheese.
(From, and a feather).
The cleaning of the ears with a feather.
(From, and pus). See Abscessus.
And Diapyetica, (from
a suppuration). See Suppurantia.
(From dies, a day). See Ephemera.
(From ). A medicine composed of aromatics.
(From to break asunder). A fracture, particularly of the temporal bones.
From a rose, and an apple). The name of a composition of scam-mony, juice of roses, etc. See Piagrydium.
(From, and a rose). A name of many compositions in which roses are ingredients.
(From disrumpo). The interstices betwixt the circumvolutions of bandages.
(From and soap). An ointment in which soap is a principal ingredient.
(From . and satyrion).
An electuary containing satyrion.
(From and the squill,) vinegar and oxymel of squills.
(From and skink). A name for Mithridate, which orginally contained this kind of lizard. See Confectio damocratis.