XXII

Erodentia.

α. Azoetiea. Sabina. Euphorbia. Gallae.

Saccharum ustum. Cevadilla.

Ranunculus, folia 8c radix. Tithymelea.

Daphne laureola & mezereum

Persicaria urens.

Flammula Jovis.

Toxicodendron.

Arum.

Arthanita.

Cantharides.

β. Solventia.

Argentum nitratum.

Antimonium muriatum.

Cuprum vitriolatum.

Hydrargyrus muriatus.

Calomelas.

Aerugo.

Arsenicum album.

Hydrargyrus nitratus ruber.

Calaminaris.

Kali purum.

------------------cum calce viva.

Barytes ? Strontia ? Acida mineralia.

--------cum alkali alternata.

Unguentum hydrargyri nitrati. ----- Alynois, viz. axungia cum acido nitrico.

XXIII

Astringentia

Tonica astringentia & fossilia. Externa

Farina secalis avenae & tritici.

Linamentum siccum.

Araneorum telae.

Lycoperdon.

Agaricu's chirurgorum.

Vitriolum zinci cupri & ferri. Plumbum acetatum. Oleum terebinthinae ? Erodentia ! Frigus. Alcohol.

XXIV

Alexiteria.

Emollientia. Emetica evacuantia. Antidota.

Arsenici.

Kali sulphuratum. Opii.

Acetum ? Coffea;

Castoreum; Alcohol.

Lavatio frigida.

Ammonia ?

Coffea. Acidi carbonici gazeosi.

Lavatio frigida.

Ammonia. Aeris nitrosi.

Alkalina.

Aeris azotici. Alcohol. Oxygenei gas.

XXV

LlThontriptica.

Sapo.

Kali, praecipue purum.

Mel;

Calx viva.

Amara calida.

Uva ursi.

Matricalia

(From matrix). Medicines appropriated to disorders of the uterus.

Matrisylva

See Asperula and Caprifolium. Matrix, (from mater, the mother). See Uterus, and Meditullium.

Maturantia

(From maturo, to ripen). See

Suppurantia.

Mau

See Manga. Mauromarson. See Marrubium.

Maxillares Sinus

(From maxilla, the jaw). The maxillary sinuses are lined with a glandular membrane, which secretes a mucilage very different from that of the joints.

Maxillares glandulae. The maxillary glands. Each is placed between the angle of the lower jaw and the os hyoides, and fills up the space between the belly of the digastric muscle and the pterygoideus internua at the angle of the jaw. The anterior edge lies over the muscle called mylo hyoidecus, from whence arises its duct, running close under the membrane of the mouth, and by the side of the sublingual. Each opens at an angle, close by the fraenum of the tongue, just behind the incisores. The duct runs from its upper anterior part, on the outside of the genioglossi, and the inside of the sublingual, and opens near the fraenum linguae.

Maxillaria Superiora Ossa

These form the greatest part of the upper jaw. That long process, which, rising from its superior and anterior part, grows smaller as it proceeds upwards, to make the side of the nose, is called the nasal process. The alveolar process is that spongy part where the sockets for the teeth are formed. The palatine process forms a great part of the basis of the nostrils, and the roof of the mouth. The orbiter process is very irregular: from its superior and anterior part, to near the extremity of the nasal process, a ridge proceeds which forms about one third of the outward circumference of the orbit. The bodies of the superior maxillary bones are entirely hollow, and in each is a large sinus, called Antrum highmorianum, q. v.