(From and to mix together). The word generally implies a change in any given part. Asclepiades. See Medicina (His-tory).
(From and the tarsus of the foot). A fleshy mass lying under the sole of the foot, fixed by one end to the fore part of the great tuberosity of the os calcis, and terminating in a short tendon, inserted in the tuberosity and posterior part of the lower side of the fifth bone of the metatarsus. It moves the last bone of the metatarsus, and draws the fourth bone along with it, contracting the sole of the foot.
(From and the tarsus,) planta, planum, vestigium, mctapedium, is composed of five bones, similar to those of the metacarpus, but, in general, thicker and stronger; their round ends not so broad, and less in proportion to their bases. Their bodies are also sharper above, and flatter on the sides, with the inferior ridge inclined more to the outside, and larger tubercles at the lower part of the round head.
See Nux vomica.
(From a vapour). See
(From and to elevate).
Elevated, suspended, erect, sublime, tumid; pains affecting the peritonaeum, or the superficial parts of the body, opposed to more deep seated ones. Galen.
(From and a day).
See Quotidiana febris.
Or Metopum, (from and oculus). See Frontis os.
An amaurosis, from an excess of shortsightedness.
(From a mother). See Uterus.
(From the uterus, and to pour into). Injections for the uterus.
(From the same). A womb syringe.
(From the womb). Inflammatio uteri, q. v.
(From a mother, and a mole). See Naevus. Metroproptosis, (from the womb, and to fall down). See Procidentia uteri.