(From under, and to put). Sec Suptositoiuum.
(From and to bind round). See Diaphragma.
i. e. Basioglossus, (from v, the hyoid bone, and lingua, the tongue).
(From to lie with the face upwards). A supine posture, or a nausea, with inclination to vomit.
(From under, and a cicatrix).
An ulcer which lies under a cicatrix.
(From hyssop, and folium, a leaf). See Bupleurum. Hyssopites, (from hyssop). Wine impregnated with hyssop.
(From behind, because placed behind the other parts). See Uterus and Involu-cra.
A quotidian-fever, with pain in the womb.
(From hystera, the womb). See Inflammatio Uteri.
(From a tumour, and the womb). See Hernia uteri.
(From hystera, and oblique). Obliquity of the womb; a supposed cause of difficult parturition.
(From afterwards; so named because it follows the foetus). After birth. See In-volucra.
(From hystera, the womb, and f latus). See Physometra.
(From hystera, and to fall). Bearing down of the vagina or of the womb. See Procidentia uteri, and vagina.