Diaporema

(From Diaporema 2830 to be in doubt).

Anxiety, heat, and restlessness, in distempers. See Alysmos.

Diaprasium

(From Diaprasium 2831 horehound). A composition in which horehound is one of the ingredients,

Diaprunum

(From Diaprunum 2832 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.

Diapsoricum

(From, and Diapsoricum 2834 the itch).

The name of a medicine for the itch or scurvy.

Diapternes

(From, and Diapternes 2835 the heel). A medicine made of the heels of animals and cheese.

Diapterosis

(From, and Diapterosis 2836 a feather).

The cleaning of the ears with a feather.

Diapyema

(From, and Diapyema 2837 pus). See Abscessus.

Diapyemata

And Diapyetica, (from Diapyemata 2838

Diapyemata 2839 a suppuration). See Suppurantia.

Diaria Febris

(From dies, a day). See Ephemera.

Diaromaticum

(From Diaromaticum 2840 ). A medicine composed of aromatics.

Diarrhage

(From Diarrhage 2841 to break asunder). A fracture, particularly of the temporal bones.

Diarrhodomeli

From Diarrhodomeli 2842 a rose, and an apple). The name of a composition of scam-mony, juice of roses, etc. See Piagrydium.

Diarrhodon

(From, and Diarrhodon 2844 a rose). A name of many compositions in which roses are ingredients.

Diarroxae

(From Diarroxae 2847 disrumpo). The interstices betwixt the circumvolutions of bandages.

Diasaponium

(From Diasaponium 2850 and soap). An ointment in which soap is a principal ingredient.

Diasatyrion

(From Diasatyrion 2852 . and satyrion).

An electuary containing satyrion.

Diasci Llion

(From Diasci Llion 2854 and the squill,) vinegar and oxymel of squills.

Diascinci

(From Diascinci 2856 and skink). A name for Mithridate, which orginally contained this kind of lizard. See Confectio damocratis.