(From upon, or above, and the stomach). The upper fore part of the belly; reaching from the pit of the stomach to an imaginary line above the navel, supposed to be drawn from one extremity of the last of the false ribs to the other. Its sides are called hypochondria, and are covered by the false ribs, betwixt which lies the epigastrium.
(From to generate anew).
Sometimes it signifies an adventitious symptom; at others any thing added, as a fur on the tongue.
(From to succeed, or supervene). Those symptoms which naturally succeed, or may be expected in the progress of a disease (Galen); but Foesius considers them as accessions of some new affection, which never happened but in stubborn and malignant disease. See Epiphaenomena.
(From upon, and the tongue; from a less leaf growing above a larger in the shape of a tongue). See Laurus Alexandrina.
(From and the aperture
(From ). An instrument mentioned by Paracelsus for elevating the eye lids, resembling in shape the epiglottis.
(From ' and the buitock ).
The superior part of the buttock.
(From and a knee). See
(From to proceed upon).
(From and the knee). The muscles inserted into the knees.
(From and an apple). See
(From and to divide). In
Galen it is an epithet of the difference of pulse with respect to the inequality of their time in beating. 4 K2
(From and a knee). Sec