Masticatorium

(From mastico, to chew). A masticatory. See Apophlf.gmatica.

Mastiche

(From Mastiche 4856 to express). Mastich.

See Lentiscus.

Masticiien

Odoratum fundens. See Nux

VlRginiana.

Mastichina Gallorum

(A dim. of mas-tiche). See Marum.

Mastoidaeum Foramen

See Styllomastoidaeum Foramen.

Mastoidaeus Musculus

(From Mastoidaeus Musculus 4857 a nipple, and forma, the mastoid process, resembling a nipple,) sterno mastoides, sterno mastoidaeus of Dr. Hunter, who observes that it rises by two distinct portions from the sternum, with that part of the clavicle articulated to the sternum, and is inserted into the mastoid process. This last portion Albinus considers as a distinct muscle, and calls it clino mastoidaeus, but it is not divisible from the other without art. Winslow calls this muscle mastoiditaeus anterior, or sterno mastoidaeus; and the splenius the mastoidaeus superior.

Mastoidaeus lateralis. See Complexus minor.

Mastoidaeus processus. See Temporum ossa.

Mastoidynia

(From Mastoidynia 4859 a nipple, and pain). Sore or pained nipples. But more commonly pain in the breast from inflammation. See Inflammatio Mammarum Mulierum.

Matalista Matbalistic

See Jalapa.

Mater

(From Mater 4861 to desire). See Dura mater.

Mater perlarum, concha margaritifera, concha mater unionum, concha -valvis aequalibus, nacre. Mother of pearl. This is the pure pearl like part of the shell in which pearls are found, possessing the antacid properties of the pearls themselves. See Margarita.

Drink

And Condiments.

Medicamenta agunt.

I. In Solida viva.

α. 1. Motum augent.

in ventriculo. Emetica.

Intestinis. Cathartica.

Vasis extremis.

DlAphoretica.

Renibus.

DlUretica.

Bronchiorum glandulis.

Expectorantia Narium glandulis. Errhina.

Salivae glandulis-. Scialagoga.

Uteri vasis. Emenagoga.

Toto corpore. Stimulantia.

Cardiaca.

Analeptica.

Attrahentia.

Discutientia.

2. Motum imminuunt.

α Refrigerantia.

Resolventia. β Antispasmodica.

3 .Tonum imminuunt. Sedantia.

Anodyna. Inirritantia.

4. Tonum augent. Tonica.

II. In Fluida.

1. Crasin immutantia.

α Attenuantia. β Inspissantia. γ Alterantia.

2. Acredinem corrigentia. α. Demulcentia. β Antacida. γ Antalkalina.

δ Antiseptica.

III

In Solida simplicia.

α Emollientia.

Relaxantia. β Erodentia. γ Astringentia.

IV. In Corpora aliena. 1. Venena.

Alexiteria.

Antidota.

2. Calculum.

LlThontrlPtica.

3. Vermes.