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WARNER'S 

Pocket Medical Dictionary 



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PRONUNCIATION AND DEFINITION 



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Essential Words and Terms used in Medicine and 

Associated Sciences, and Tables of Arteries, 

Nerves, Muscles, Etc., Etc., Arranged 

FOR Convenient Reference 



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PREFACE. 



In compiling this dictionary of medicine, the publishers 
have endeavored to render a concise, yet perfectly compre- 
hensive pronunciation and definition of each word classified. 

A very complete list of medical terms is presented as in 
vogue at the date of publication. 

Many of the very common medical words and terms have 
been omitted because their definitions are so well Icnown as 
to obviate the necessity of their classification. 

This is done in order that the work will be what its title 
signifies, viz., a medical dictionary that can be carried in the 
pocket 

Wo especially recommend "Warner's Pocket Medical Dic- 
tionary of To-day " to the student for class-room service and to 
the profession at large, to whom a larger dictionary is many 
times impracticable, because of its bulkiness. 

Diphthongs have been omitted, except in instances where 

the plural of a word is intended as amygdalae, diarrhea, 

hemorrhage, etc., etc. 

Wm. R. Warner & Co. 
Philadelfhia, 1888. 

second edition, retisbd to date. 



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A. Prefix, denoting absence of. 

AA. From ana, meaning of each. 

AB. Prefix, denoting away Arom. 

ABALIBNATION (ab-al-yen-a'H3han). State of death or decay 

ABAX'IAL. Relating to insertion of muscle away from, me- 
dian line. 

ABDO'MBN. The belly.. 

ABDOM'INAL PRBQNANCY. When the fetus is in the ovi- 
duct. 

ABDOMINAL REFLEX. Contractions of the muscles of the 
abdomen Involuntarily. 

ABDOM'INAL RINGS. Abdominal openings through which 
the spermatic cord and ligament pass. 

APPU'CBNS. Muscle drawing Arom median line ; sixth cranial 
nerves. 

ABDU'CENS.OCULL Ocular muscle which draws the eyeball 
outward. 

ABDUCTION. Act of moving from the median line. 

ABDUCTOR AURI8. A muscle of the ear. 

ABER'RANT. Abnormal type. 

ABBR'RANT ARTERIES. Slender branches of the brachial 
artery. 

ABERRATION. Abnormal deviation of action. 

ABERRATION, CHROMATIC. Images resulting from pris- 
matic action of lens. 

ABERRATION, DISTANTIAL. CocfUsed sight due to dis- 
tance of objects. 

ABERRATION, SPHERICAL. Indistinct images due imper- 
fect refraction of a convex lens. 

ABEVACUATION (ab-^vak-u-^'-shun). Unnatural fluid evaAVL- 
ation Arom body. 

ABIOQUN'ESIS (ab-I-6-Jen^-e-8is). Bpoutaxieowt^ ^exv^x^W^v 
life. 



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ACCOMMODATION OP THE EYE. Adaptation of the eye to 

vision at different distances. 
ACCOMMODATION OP THE EYE, NEGATIVE. Eye when 

not active. 
ACCOUCH'EE (ah-koo-sha). A woman who has recently been 

delivered. 
ACCOUCHE'MENT (ah-koosh'-mong). Parturition. 
ACCOUCHEUR' (ah-koo-shur'). An obstetrician. 
ACCOUCHEUSE (ah-kbo^shu'-z). A midwife. 
ACCRETE' (a-kr€t'). United ; Joined. 
ACCRE'TION. An accumulation. 
ACB'DIA (a-se'-de-ah). Melancholy ; despondency. 
A. C. E. MIXTURE. An anesthetic, alcohol one, chloroform 

two, ether three parts. 
ACEPHA'LIA (a-sef-al'-ya). Having no head. 
ACEPHALOBRA'CHIA (ansef-a-ld-bra'-ke-ah). Having no head 

and arms. 
ACEPHALOCAR'DIA. Having no head and heart. 
ACEPHALOCHErRIA (a-sef-al-o-ki'-re-ah). Having no head 

and hands. 
ACEPH'ALOCYST. A hydatid ; the bladder worm. . 
ACEPHALOGAS'TRIA. Having no head and belly. 
ACEPHALOPO'DIA. Having no head and feet. 
ACEPHALORA'CHIA (a-sef-al-o-r^'-ke-ah). Having no head 

andsplhal column. 
ACEPHALOTHORA'CICA. Having no head and chest. 
ACEPH'ALOUS (a-sef'-al-us). Without a head. 
A'CERATE (as'-e-rat). A combination of aceric acid with a 

salifiable base. 
ACERBITY (a-serb'-lt-e). Having acid and astringent prop-- 

erties. 
ACER'IC ACID. An acid of the maple. 
ACERV'ULUS CEREBRI. Brain-sand. 
ACES'CENCE (a-scs'-ens). The turning of a wine to acid. 
ACBS'CENCY. Slight acidity ; moderate courness. 
ACETAB'ULUM. Hipbone cavity holding head of femur. 
AC'ETAL (as'-e-tal), A fluid devoid of color with hypnotic 

properties. 
ACETATE. A salt derived from acetic acid. 
ACETIC (a-sStMk). Relating to acetic acid ; sour. 
ACET'ICACID. Acid of vinegar. 

ACETONE. Methyl acetyl; naphtha; pyro-acetlc acid; pro- 
duced by fermentation of organic matter. 
ACETONE'MIA. Acetone in the blood. 
ACSTONU'RIA (aB-e-tdU'tf'TQ-Bh), Acetone present In the urine. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY* 9 

ACBTOPHB'NONE (as-e-t6-£g'-ndn). Hypaone. 

ACHE (&k). A persistent pain. 

ACHEIXIA (a-kV'le-ah). Absence of the lips at birth. . 

ACHEFRIA (a-kl'-re-ah). Absence of the hands at birth. 

ACHSrRUS. SeeAcheiria. 

ACHILLE'A (ak-i-ie'-ah). A bitter tonic plant. 

ACHIL'LES, TENDON (a-kil'-es). Strong tendon which is 
inserted in the heel. 

ACHLOROPS1A (a-klo-rdp'Hse-ah). Qreen blindness. 

ACHO'LIA (a-kd'-le-ah). Deficiency or absence of bile. 

ACHO'LOUS. Belating to Acholia. 

A'CHOR (&'-kor). A small ulcer of the scalp. 

ACHO'RION (a-kd'-ri-on). A collection, of fungus material in 
the skin. 

ACHO'RION KERATOPH'AGUS. The parasite causing ony- 
chomycosis. 

ACHO'RION LEBERTII. The parasite causing tinea ton- 
surans. 

ACHOR'ION SCHONLEI'NII (sh&n-ir-ne-I). The parasite caus- 
ing ringworm. 

ACHROIOCYTHE'MIA (a-kroi-6Hsi-th6'-md-ah). See Oligochro- 
memia. 

ACHROMATIC (ak-ro-m&tMk). Free from color or chromatic 
aberration. 

ACHROMAT'IC LENS. A lens used to rectify chromatic aber- 
ration. 

ACHRO'MATINE. The substance of the nucleus filament 
before division. 

ACHRO'MATISM. Bee Achromatic. 

ACHROMATOPSIA (a-kro-ma-tops'-e-ah). Complete color- 
bllndnesSy 

ACHROODEX'TRIN (a-kro-o-dex'-trin). Supposed constituent 
of common dextrin. 

ACHY'LOSIS (a-klMd-sis). Deficient chyle formation and 
absorption. 

ACHY'MOSIS (a-kV-m6-sis). Deficient transformation of food 
into chyme. 

ACICULAR (arslk'-Q-lar). Needle-shaped, 

A'CID (asMd). A sour substance ; very pungent; reddens lit- 
mus paper. 

A'CID ALfBUMIN. Albumin resulting from acid reaction on 
serum or egg albumen. 

ACIDIM'ETER. Instrument for ascertainlu^ wovciwftX. cA Vc<5» 
acids in a liquid. 

ACIDIM'ETRY. Examination of a \Vq>xVeL tox It^e ^wi\^. 



10 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

ACIDOSTBOPHYTE (ac-id-OB'-te-5-nt). A needle«hapod osteo- 
phyte. 

ACINB'SIA (as-l-nS'-fie-ab). See Akinesia. 

ACIN1PORM (arsin'-i-form). Clustered, similar to bunch of 
grapes. 

ACINUS (as'-i-nus). Lobule of a racemose gland. 

ACME (ak'-rae). Crisis or extreme condition of a disease. 

ACNE (ak'-ne). A pustular affection of the sebaceous glands 
and surrounding tissue. 

ACNE HYPERTROPHICA. Small tumors caused by acne 
rosacea. 

ACNE MENTA'GRA Barber's itch. 

ACNE'MIA. Imperfect development of the calf of leg. 

ACNE RHINOPH'YMA. See A. Hypertrophica. 

ACNE ROSA'CEA. Chronic skin disease of the face 

ACNE VULGA'RIS. See Acne. 

ACCE'LIUS (a-se'-le-us). Having no belly. 

ACOL'OGY (ak-ol'-6-gc). Therapeutics. 

ACO'MIA (a-ko'-m&-ah). Baldness; without hair. 

ACON'ITINE (a-konM-tin). The active alkaloid of aconite. 

ACONITU M. Wolfs bane ; anodyne ; very poisonous. 

ACO'RIA (a-kd'-r^-ah). Hunger that cannot be satisfied. 
Bulimia. 

ACORIN (ak'-6-rin). Bitter principle of calamus ; a glucoside. 

ACORUS. See Calamus. 

ACCOU'METER. Instrument used to determine deafhess and 
to what degree. 

ACOUSTIC (a-koos'-tic). Pertaining to sound or hearing. 

ACOUSTICS. The science treating of sound. 

ACRA'NIA (a-kra'-ne-ah). Absence of cranium, in whole or part. 

ACRA'SIA (a kr&'-ze-ah). Debility; impotence. 

ACRA'TIA (a-kr&'Hsh^ah). Disappearance of strength ; weak- 
ness. See Acrasia. 

ACRATURE'SIS (a-krat-u-re'Hgis). Lack of bladder-power to 
urinate. 

ACRID (ak'-rid). Burning; acid; irritating. J ' 

ACRIN'I A (a-krin'-e-ah). Imperfect or deficient secretion. 

ACROCHOR'DON (ak-rd-kor'-don). A pedunculated tumor or 
wart. 

ACRODYN1A. An epidemic disease resembling ergotism. 

ACRO'LEIN (ak-ro'-le-in). Product of heated glycerine. 

ACROMA'NIA. Incurable insanity. 

ACROMEGALIA. Unusual hypertrophy of hands, feet and 
flace. 
CXOMBCyALY, See Acromegalia. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 11 

ACRCMION. The apex of the scapala. 

ACROMPH'ALUS (a-krompf'-a-lus). Umbilicus centre to which 

cord is attached. 
ACRO^IA. Mutilation. 
ACRONYX. (ak'-ron-iks). Ingrowing nail. 
ACROPOS'THIA (ak-rd-pos'-the-ah). Prepuce. 
ACROTHYICION (ak>ro-thi'-me-on). A wart consisting of 

various elevations. 
ACROTIS'MUS. Want of pulse ; asphyxia. 
ACTINIC. Capable of producing chemical action. 
ACTINOMnrCES (ak-tin-om'-i-sez). Parasites of a vegetable. 
ACTINOMYCOSIS. An animal disease, infectious. 
ACTION. The work of a function ; a morbid process. 
ACTIVE. Energetic; not indolent. 
ACTUAL CAUT'ERY. Red-hot iron cautery. 
ACUITY (a-kfi'-i-te). Acuteness ; sharpness. 
ACU'METER. An instrument used to test the hearing. 
ACU'MINATE(ak-ku'-mi-nftt). Pointed. 
ACUPRESSURE (ak'-Q-press-ur). The act of pressing needles 

across blood-vessels to prevent bleeding. 
ACUPUNCTURE. Bleeding due to pricking the body with 

needles. 
A'CUS (ft'-kus). Needle used in surgery. 
ACUTE' (firkQtO. Active; energetic; quick; short. 
ACUTENACULUM. A needle-holder. 
ACUTETIESS. Fierce stage of a disease; relating to acute. 
ACYANOBLEPSY (a-sl-a-nd-blep'-se). Unable to perceive blue. 
ACY ANOPSIA (ah-si-an-ops'ea). See Acyanoblepsy. 
ACYK'SIS (ah-sl-^'-sis). Barrenness of the female. 
ADACRYA (a-dftk'-r&«h). Insufficient secretion of tears. 
AiyAM'S AP'PLE. External prominence of thyroid cartilage. 
AIXDISON'S DISEASE. FaUl kidney disease, with browning 

of skin. 
ADDUCTION (ad-duk'-shun). Drawing toward median line. 
ADDUCTOR. Used in connection with muscles causing ad- 
duction. 
ADEMO^IA. Mental worry ; anxiety. 
A'DEN (&'-den). A gland ; a bubo. 
ADENAL'GIA (ad-e-nal'-Jg-ah). Pain in a gland. 
ADENECTO^IA, Glandular dislocation. 
ADENEMPHRAXIS (ad-e-nemfraxMs). Filling up of a gland. 
ADETIIA (arde'-n^a). Hypertrophy of lymphatic glands. 
ADENaPORM. Qland-shaped. 
AiyBNINB (ad'^ueen). A g\an^u\wc \^\x^Tttsa»ft\ ^«^- 

poisonous. 



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ADENITIS (ad-e-nl'-tU). Glandular inflammation. . 

ADBN'OCBLE (ad-en'-o-8€l). See Adenoma. 

ADBNODYN'IA (ad-e-nd-din'-e-ah). See Adenalgia. . 

ADBNOQ'RAPHY. Written description of the glandalar 
system. 

AD'ENOID (ad'-en-oyd). Glandular appearance. 

AD'ENOID TISSUE. Resembling a gland or its tissue.. 

ADENOL'OGY. Study of the glandular system. 

ADENO'MA (ad-e nd'-ma). Tumor of a gland. , 

ADENOMYXO'MA (ad-e-nd-mix-d'-ma). An adenomatous and 
myxomatous growth. . 

ADENOP'ATHY (ad-e-nop'-a-tho). Science of glandular dis- 
eases. 

ADENOSARCO'MA. A sarcomatous adenoma. 

ADENOSCIR'RHUS. Scirrhus of a gland. 

ADENOSCLERO'SIS. Glandular swelling with induration; . 

ADENO'SES (ad-e-nd'-scz). Glandular disease ; scroAila. 

ADENOT'OMY. Surgical opening of a gland. 

ADEPHA'GIA Voracious appetite. 

ADEPS. Lard. 

A'DEPS ANSERI'NUS. Rendered goose fat 

A'DEPS OV'ILLUS. Mutton suet. 

ADER'MIA. Congenital absence of the skin, complete or 
partial. 

ADHE'SION. Joining of surfaces. 

ADHE'SIVE. Capable of adhesion. 

ADHE'SIVE PLASTER. Resin plaster. 

ADIAPHORE'SIS (ad-I-af-6-re'-sis). Lack of perspiration. 

ADIAPNEUSTIA (ad-i-ap-nus'-te-ah). See Adiaphpresis* 

ADIATHE'SIA. An acquired condition. 

ADENINE. See Adenine. 

ADIP'IC ACID. A product from oxidation of fats by nitric 
acid. 

AD'IPOCERB (ad'-i-po-seer). Corpse wax resulting from de- 
composition of animal matter in moist places. 

ADIPOCENOUS (ad-ip-oj'-en-us). Fat producing. 

AiyiPOSE. Pertaining to fats ; fatty. 

ADaPOSE ARTERIES. Arteries in fatty tissue of heart and 
kidneys. 

ADaPOSE TISSUE. Union of fat^ells with tissue. 

ADIP'SIA (a-dip'-sc-ah). Total absence of thirst. . 

ADIPS'ON A drink relieving thirst. 

ADIFSOUS. Allaying thirst. 

ADJUVANT. That part of a prescription, which aids the 
j>rinclpal ingredient. 



DICJTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 18 

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AI^NATE. Grown together; conneoted. 

ADOLES'CBNCE. Interval between puberty and legal 
maturity. 

ADO'NIS ESTIVA'LIS (ardd'-nis). A cardiac tonic plant. 

ADOSCULATION. Pregnancy due external contact only. 

ADRB'NALS. The Bupra-renal capsules. 

ADULTERATION. Debasing any material with cheaper sub- 
stance. 

ADUS'TION. CauterizaUon. 

ADVBNTITIA (ad-ven-tish'-«-ah). Outer coat of blood- 
vessels. 

ADVENTITIOUS. Not inherited; acquired; accidental. 

ADYNA'MIA (ad-i-n&'-me-ah). Weakness ; want of vital 
strength. 

ADYNAMIC. Afiteoted with adynamia. 

AERATION (flre-rft'-shun). To fill with air. 

AERHEMOCTO'NIA (ftrcr-hem-ok-td'-ne-ah). Death caused by 
air in the veins. 

AERIF'EROUS. That which carries air. 

AERO^IA. Capable of living in oxygen. 

AEROBIC. Living best on oxygen, as some microbes. 

AEROQON1SCOPE. Instrument for gathering matter In tne 
air. 

AEROL'OQY. Science treating of the atmosphere. 

AEROlfETER. Apparatus for meaauring density of a gas. 

AEROPHOBIA (fl-e-rd-fy-bd-ah). Fear of air currents. 

A'SrOPHYTB (&^-e-r6-nt). Plant existing only in air. 

A'BROSCOPE. Apparatus for examining air-dust. 

ABROTHERAPEUTICS. Science of using air of different 
pressure or composition for cure of disease. 

AERTERIVER'SION. Arresting hemorrhage by arterl&l 
eversion. 

AFBTAL. Having no fetus. 

AFFECTION. Disease. 

AF'FERENT. Carrying in a central direction. 

AFPIN'ITY. Relationship; tendency toward attraction. 

AFFINITY, CHEM'ICAL. Forceby which two or more chemi- 
cals are united. 

AFFINITY, ELECTIVE. Preferring one of two or more sub- 
stances. 

AFFLATUS. An acute erysipelas; air-current. 

AF'FLUX. Excessive local flow of blood. 

APmCAN LETH'ARQY. AfHcan "Sleeplu^e>VQ?&?aR»»r 

AFTER-BIRTH. The plaoenU aixei mem>aTiwcifc^ «x.^^e^^<!^ ^'^J^^ 
SetuM, 



M WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

AF^ER-IM'AQES. Continued vision of an object after It ha* 

been removed. 
After-pains. Pains resulting flrom delivery. 
AQALACTIA (ag-a^-lak'-te-aL). I>efeotive secretion of milk. 
AQAMOQEN'BSIS. Non-sexual reproduction. 
A'QAR-A'QAR. Japanese isinglass, from which glue is made. 
AQAR1CIN. Fatty substance in the mushroom. 
AQARaCUS. The mushroom. 

AQB. Period, beginning at birth and ending with death. 
AQENE'SIA (a-Jen-^-s6-ab). Rudimentary condition of the 

reproductive organs ; impotence. 
AQEN'BSIS. See Agenesia. 
AQENOSCM lA (a-Jen-d-sd'-me-ah). Imperfect development of 

g<^nital8. 
A'QENT. A substance or compound that changes existing 

conditions. 
AOEU'SIA (a-gQ'-s€-ah). See Ageustia. 
AQEUSTIA (a-gas' te-ah). Absence of sense of taste. 
AOOLUTINA'TION. Adhesion of parts ; union. 
AOOLUTINATIVES. Adhesive agents. 
ACQREQATB. To collect in one mass. 
AGITATION. Intense excitement. 
AGLOBU'LIA (arglo-ba'-lS^ah). Deficient supply of red blood 

corpuscles; anemia. 
AQLOS'SIA Absence of tongue at birth. 
AQLUTITION (ag-lu-tish'-un). Inability to swallow. 
ACMINATED. Grouped in a mass ; clustered. 
AG'NAIL. Hang-nail. 

AGNATHIA (ag-na'-th&-ah). Congenital absence of the Jaws. 
AGNE'SIS. Sterility; impotence. 
AGOM PHO'SIS. Looseness of the teeth. 
AGO'NIA (a-gd'-n&-ah). Sterility; barrenness; impotency. 
AG'ONY. The throes of death ; violent pain. 
AGORAPHO'BIA (ag-or-a-fo'-be-ah). Fear of vacant places. 
AGRAM'MATISM. Inability to speak properly. 
AGRAPHIA (ag-ra'-fe-ah). Inability to write ideas. 
A'GRIA (a'-gr&-ah). A severe skin disease. 
AG'RIMONY. Astringent and stimulant root. 
AGRIP'PA. A child born feet foremost. 
AGRIPPI'NUS PARTUS. Foot presentation. 
A'GU E (&'-gti). Malarial or intermittent fever. 
A'GUE-CAKE. Splenic enlargement due to malaria. 
A'GUE-DROP. Fowler's solution of arseniate of potash. 
AHYP^IA (a-hip'-n^-ah). Sleeplessness. 
Aiz,aifBNT. Disease. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 15 

▲INIiUM (An'-hum). Disease suffered by tropical negn^, in 
"Which the little toes decay. 

AIR, TI^DAL. Respiratory currents. 

AKANTHBSTHE'SIA. A sensation as though a sharp point is 
felt. 

AKATAMATHE'SI A. InabiUty to understand. 

AKINE'SIA. SeeAklnesis. 

AKIN'BSIS. Loss of motion power. 

AKROPOSTHITIS (ak-r6-pos-thi'-tis). Foreskin inflammation. 

AKYANOPS'IA. Blue-blindness. 

ALA'LIA (a-l&M§-ah). Imperfect speech due to paralysis. 

AI/BICANS. White. 

AL'BINISM. Lack of pig^ment in the skin, eyes, etc. 

ALBI'NO (al-bi'-no). A person affected with albinism. 

ALBINU'REA (al-bi-na'-r^ah). White urine. 

ALBUQIN'EA (al-bu-Jin'-S ah). White or relating to white. 

ALBUQIN'EA OC'ULI. White fibrous tissue of the viscera. 

ALBUQIN'EA, TESTIS. Tunica albuginea of the testicle. 

ALBUQIN'EOUS. See Albuginea. 

ALBUQINITIS (al-ba-Jin-i'-tis). White fibrous tissue inflam- 
mation, 

ALBU'QO (al-ba'-go). Whit« opacity of cornea. 

ALBU'M EN. The white of egg. 

ALBUMIM'ETER. Apparatus for estimating albumin in urine. 

ALBU'MIN. Important proteid substance, the constituent of 
the animal body. Contains C, H, N, O and S. 

ALBUMINATE. A compound of albumin with a base. 

ALBU'M INOID DISEASE. Starch-like effUsion of tissues. 

ALBU'MINOIDS. Albuminous substances. 

ALBiriflNOSE. Peptone. 

ALBUM INO^IS. Abnormal secretion of albumin in the blood. 

ALBUMINU'RI A. Albumin in the urine. Bright's Disease. 

AL'CHElfY (al'-ka-me). Ancient supposed science of trans- 
forming an ordinary metal into gold ; also treating of the 
discovery of Elixir of Life. 

AL'COHOL. Distillation product of fermented saccharins 
fluids. 

AI/COHOL, AB'SOLUTE. Undiluted or pure alcohol. 

AL'COHOL ATE (al'-kd-hol-At). Alcohol and salt combination. 

AL'COHOLISM. Condition produced by excessive use of 
alcohol. 

AL'DEHYDB (al'-dS-hld). Colorless, volatile, inflammable, 
pungent liquid. 

ALE (ftl). Fermented infUsion of maU combVxift^ viVOcL>asi\^» 

ALBM91C Oirlem'.bik). A distUlatioii NC«a«\. 



It WARWBR'B POOKBT MHDIOAIi 

ALEM'BROTH. Chloride at merirury and ammonl 
ALBPTD BOIL, BUTTOK or EVIL. Endemic tat 

of Syria BudAfrltlu 
A1/ETRI3 (al'-45-trlB). Bl tier stomach Ic. 
ALEXANDER'S OPERATION. Ineuloal Incision 

the uterine round llgumcnta, rsBtorlne womb ni 
ALEXIA (a-leke'-a-ab). Without power to read. 
ALE^II^S. AlbumlnDQB protoctlio agenU, Id the 
ALEXIPHARH'IC(a-lek-Bf-mrni'-lli). An agonC co 

a poison. 
ALEX1PYRBT1C (a-lex-efrpl-ret'-tli). A fehrlltige ; : 
ALEZE' (a-lfiz'J. Clolh need to protect bed irom p 

Al,'ajB (al'-JS). Au order of cryptogramlu plant*. 
ALCE'SIA (al-]^-ze4h). ExccaHlve Btnalblllty of pi 
AL'GtD (al'-Jld). Cold; RlMenceoriTarmth. 
AL'OORr Abnormal I^UcK of coldness. 
ALIBLE. Fittorfbod. 

ALICES (at'-l-aEa). Spots preccdlog small-pox ernp 
ALIENATION (ai-yen-a'-Bhun). Various forms of 1 
A'LIENIST (il'-yen-lst). One Ireatlns diseases of tl 
ALlF-EROUa, PoBsesslnff wlnga. 
AL'IFORM. Wlng-ahopea. 
ALIMENT. Nourishing food ; Dutrlmetit. 
ALIMENT'ARY. Havlug nourishing qualities. 
ALIMENT'ARY BO'LUS. Maatleated food. 
ALIMENT'ARY CANAL. Membranoos tube and 

lending from mouth to anus. 
ALIMENT'ARY DUCT. The thoracic duct. 
ALIMENTA'TION. Theact of iiourlahlug; feedltu 
ALlSPHE'NOm lal-ls-fy-nold). Thegreal wlngof th 
ALKALES'CENT. Becoming alkalln?. 
AX-'KALI. A BubBtaoce capable of forming neutra 

ALKALIM'ETER. Instrument used to measure 

alhallHi. 
AX.KALINU'RIA (al-ka-lln-ft'-ri-ae). Alkali In tH« i 
AVKALOID. filmllartoalkall: an organic baalo B 
ALTCANET. Aroddyeroot. 

ALLANTIASIS (al-an-tl'a b1»|. poisoning from «oi 

ALLAN'TOIN (w-lan'-U'-ln). A uric aula oxidation 

ALLAN'TOIS (a-lan'-lo-lH). A fetal umbilical oppei 

..ALLANTOTOXICUM (a-lan-li>tok'- ■ ■ 

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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 17 

u ALUIA'CEOUS (al-i-&'-6he-as). Similar to garlic. 

ALLOCHI'RIA (al-o-ki'-re-ah). A tiibetic symptom coDHisting 

of inability to looate Beiisations in sides of body. 
g AL.L.OP'ATHY. The science of curli.g one disease by establisii- 

ing a condition of a different kind. 
, ALLORHYTH'MIA (al-lor-ritli'-me-ah). Variation of pulse 

beats. 
J- ALLOTRIOPH'AGY (a-lot-re-of-a-je). Abnormal appetite' for 

unnatural things. 
^ ALLOT'ROPISM. The existence of a substance in two or more 
[^ conditions having physical variations but the same chemi- 
cal composition. 
. I ALLrOX'AN. Product of action on uric acid by nitric acid. 
' ALLOXAN'TIN. Crystalline substance of alloxan formation. 
AL'MEN'S TEST. Test for hemoglobin or blood in the urine, 

using guaiacum and ozonized ether. 
ALO'CHIA (al-d'-ke-ah). Without lochia. 
AL'OE (ar-o). Inspissated Juice of the aloe. 
AL'OYn (al'-o-in). Active principle of aloe. 
ALOPE'CIA (al-o-pe'rse-ah). Complete or partial Iosh of tlie 

hair. 
AL'TERATIVE. A remedy improving nutrition and excretion; 

process establishing the normal condition of body. 
ALTHE'A (al-the'-ah). Marsh-mallow root; a demulcent. 
AL'UM or AL'UMBN. Potassium sulphate and aluminium. 
ALOJM WHEY. Alum violently shaken with milk. 
ALUMINIUM. A whitish metal; very light weight. 
ALVE'OLAR. Relating to the alveoli. 
ALVE'OLUS. Socket of a tooth ; a small cavity or socket. 
AL'VEUS. A cavity, tube, or channel. 
AL'VINB (al'-vin). Relating to thp intestines or belly. 
AL'VINE DISCHARGEES. The feces. 
AL'VUS. The belly. 
AM'ADOU (am'-ardoo). Surgeon's agaric, used for dressing; 

wounds. 
AMAL'GAM. A mercuric alloy. 
Alf'ARA. Bitters. 

AM'ARIN. Alkaloid of bitter almonds. 
AMA'RO. See Amara. 

AMA8TIA (a-mas'-te-ah). Having no breasts. 
AM AURO'SIS (am^a-rty-sis). Loss of vision. 
AM'BBRGRIS. Excretion trom intestines of the sperm w hale. 
AMBIDEXTROUS. Equal skill of both hands. 
AMBICPIA (am-be-o'-pe-ah). Double vision. 
AMBLYO^PIA (am-ble-d'-p&«h). Dimness of vislotv. 



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AM'BULANCE. Four-wheeled vehicle for removing the siek 

or ii^ured. 
AM BUSTION. A scald or burn. 

AM E'BA. A colorless micro5rganlsm, changing its shape. 
AME'BA COXI. Microorganism of dysentery. 
AME'BOID. Similar to an ameba. 
AME'LIA. Having no limbs. 
AM'BLUS. A monster having no limbs. 
AMENORRHE'A. Irregular menstruation. 
AMENTIA (a-men'-6h&«h). Absence of intellect. 
AMERaCAN COLUM'BO. Tonic, cathartic root. 
AMERICAN I'VY. Tonic and expectorant drug. 
AMBRaCAN SPIK'ENARD. DiureUc and alterative drug. 
AMBHTRIA (a-m^-tr&«h). Having no womb. 
AMBTROM'ETBR. Instrument for measuring amount 

ametropia. 
AMETR(ypiA (a-mMrd' p&«h). Defective refraction of the eye 
AMaDIN. Soluble interior of starch. 
AMIDOJLIN (a-mid'-u-lin). Soluble starch. 
AMIM1A (a-mim'-§-ab). Inability to gesture properly when 

communicating a thought. 
AM'INBS (amMns). An ammonia compound in which an 

organic radical is substituted for equivalents of hydrogen. 
AMMONIEHflA (am-md-ni-e'-m§-ah). Abnormal amount of 

carbonate of ammonia in the blood. 
AMMCXNIUM. A hypothetical radical; the base of ammonia 
AMNE'SIA (am-n^-se-ah). Loss of memory. 
AMNESTIA (am-nes'-te-ah). See Amnesia. 
AM'NION. Innermost fetal membrane. 
AMNITIS (am-nV-tls). Inflammation of the innermost fetal 

envelope. 
AMORPH'OUS (a-morf-uB). Without form; non-crystallized. 
AMOR'PHUS. An acardiac monster having no head, arms or 

^ legs. 
AMPHIARTHRO'SIS (um-fe-ar-thrd'-sis). Joint formed by 

fibrous tissue allowing slight motion. 
AMPHI-CRE'ATINB. A leucomaine of the muscle. 
AMPHI-CREAT'ININE. Muscular poisonous leucomaine. 
AMPHIDIARTHRCXSIS. Joint with gliding motion. 
AMPHORIC RES'ONANCE. A sound similar to blowing into 

a bottle, heard during auscultation, caused by lung-cavity.. 
AMPUTATION. Cutting off a projecting part of the body. 
AMY'ELUS (a-ml'-e-lus). Monster having no spinal cord. 
AMYENCEPH'ALUS. Monster having no cord or brain. 
AJifya<DALA(a'mig''da-l&h), Fruit-kernel of aUaon^Ax^e, 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 19 

AMYGDALA (a-mig'-da.l^). The tonsils. 

ABCYGKDALIN. Crystallizable glucoslde of bitter almonds. 

AMYGDALITIS (a-mig-da-lU'-i8). TonsiliUs. 

AMYODALOT'OMY. Removal of the tonsils. 

AM'YKOS (am'-e-kds). A Russian antiseptic fluid. 

AM'YL (am'-il). A hypothetical radical of amy lie alcohol. 

AMnrL AL'COHOL. Bee Amyllo Alcohol. 

AMYLA'CEOUS (am-i-l&'-she-UB). Starch-like; containing starch. 

AM'YLBNB. A pleasant but dangerous anesthetic. 

AMnrLBNB HVDRATB. An alcoholic hypnotic. 

AMYLIC AL'COHOL. Fusel-oil ; an hypnotic 

^AMHTL NITRITE. Product of action of mixed nitric and sul- 
phuric acids upon amyllc alcohol. 

AM'YLOID. Btarch-like; containing starch. 

AMYLOLYTIC (am-e-ld-litMk). Having power to convert 
starch into sugar. 

AMYLOP'SIN. Constituent ferment of pancreatin. 

AM^YLUM. Starch. 

AM'YON (am'-I-on). Want of muscle. 

AMYOSTHE'NIA (a-ml-d-sthS'-ne-ah). Lack of muscular power. 

AMY08THENTC. Relating to amyosthenia; tending to weaken 
muscular action. 

AMYOTROPHTC (a-ml-6-trof-ik). Jielating to atrophy of mus- 
cles. 

AM'YOUS (am'-i-us). Lack of muscle. 

AN'A. Of each. 

ANABI'OSIS. Recovering activity and strength. 

ANAB'OLISM. Building up; constructive. 

ANACAR'DIUM. Cashew nut, remedy for leprosy. 

ANACATHAR'SIS. Cough accompanied by expectoration. 

ANACATHARTIC. Producing vomiting or expectoration. 

ANACROTTC. See Anacrotism. 

ANAC'ROTISM. Vibration of ascending sphygmogram. 

AN A'MIA. See Anemia. 

ANASTHE'SIA. See Anesthesia. 

ANAKU'SIS (an-a-ka'-sis). Complete deafness. 

A'NAL (a'-nal). Relating to the anus. 

ANALBP'SIS. Recovery of health. 

ANALEPTIC. Agent restoring health and vigor. 

ANALGB'SIA (an-al-J£'-s&>ah). Not sensible to pain. 

ANALQE'SIC. An agent relieving pain. 

ANAL'OQOUS. Similar. 

AN'ALOGUB. Performing same funcUoii sift ftoxcv^ oVXakfex ^«t\. 
or organ. wca> 

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ANAMNESTIC. Brin^iiiji^ to mind ; rcmembcrintr. 
ANAM'NIA. Having no amniotic Htu*. 
ANAPEIRATlC(ttn-a-pI-ratMk). Caused by <'ontinin'.l iiKe of 

a purl, U8 writer'rt cramp. 
ANAPHRODIS'IA(an-af-r6-di7/-e-ati). Without venereal denire. 
ANAPHRODIS'IAC. Agent producing anaphrodiRJu. 
ANAPLAS'TIC. Relating to anaplasty. 
AN'APLASTY. Pliistic operation ; grafting. 
ANAPLEROT'IC. TisBue-renewlug, aH in cicatrisation. 
ANAP'NOGRAPH. Apparatus registi'rinsr pressun* and Kix'^ed 

of inspiration and expiration. 
ANARTHRIA. Defective articulation. 
ANARTHROUS. Jointless. 
ANASARCA. DropKy throughout th«^ hotly. 
ANASPA'DIAS. Cougenital opening into urethra, on the 

dorsum of penis. 
ANASTAL'TIC (an-a-stal'-tik). Styptic; astringent. 
ANASTATIC. Convalescence; relating to recovery. 
ANASTOMO'SIS. The union of voshoIs. 
ANAT'OMY.* The science relating to the structure of organic 

bodies. 
ANAT'OMY, COMPAR'ATIVE. Anatomical comparison of 

animal groups. 
ANAT'OMY, MOR'BID. Science treating of structural disease. 
ANAT'OMY, RE'QIONAL. Description of regions of the body. 
ANAZOT'IC. Without nitrogen . 

ANAZOTU'RIA. Defective secretion of urea in the urine. 
AN'CHYLOPS (ang'-ki-lops). .Vbscess near inner can thus of eye. 
ANCHYLOSTOMI'ASIS. Anemia caused by infection of Anky- 

loatomum duodennle, 
ANCHYLOSTO'MUM. An intestinal worm. 
AN'CON (ang'-kon). The elbow. 
AN'CONAD. Toward the elbow. 
ANCONA'QRA. Pain of the elbow-Joint. 
AN'CONAL. Belating to the elbow. 
ANCONBIJS. Muscle on the outside of elbow* 
AN'CONOID. Shaped like an elbow. 
ANCYLOGLOS'SUM. Tongue-tie. 
ANDRANAT'OM Y. Dissection of a human being. 
ANDRO'GYNUS (an-dr6'-Jin-us). Hermaphrodite. 
ANDROL'OGY. Treatise on man. 
ANDROMA'NIA. Nymphomania. 
ANEt^IA (an-6'-me-ah). Lack of lilood and decreased amount 

of red corpuscles. 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 21 

ANE'MIC MUR'MUR. Soft blood murmur, heard in anemia. 

ANEMOM'ETBR. Apparatus registering the force and velocity 
of a current of air. 

ANEM'OSCOPE. Apparatus determining course of tlie wind. 

ANEMOT'ROPHY. Lack of nourishment of blood. 

ANENCEPH'ALOUS. Having no brain. 

ANENTEROUS. Without intestinal canal. 

ANERCBIA. Microorganisms that live without oxygen. 

ANERYTHROP'SIA(an-er-i-throp'-s€-ah). Red-blindness. 

AN'ESIS. Cessation of a disease. 

ANESTHE'SIA; State of unconsciousnesR. 

ANESTHESIM'ETER. Apparatus registering amount of anes- 
thetic administered. 

ANESTHETIC. An agent producing freedom from nensa- 
tion. 

ANET'IC. Allaying pain; an anodyne. 

AN'ETUS. Term for intermittent fevers. 

AN'EURISM (an'-a-rizm). Abnormal arterial dilatation. 

ANEURZS'MAL VA'RIX. Swelling of vein with absence of sac 
between vein and artery. 

ANFRACTUOUS (an-frak'-ta-us). Winding; sulcate. 

ANFRACTUOUSITY. Winding of sulci of brain. 

ANFRES'SEN. To corrode. 

ANGEL. SeeAngi-. 

ANGIECTASIS (au-je-ek'-ta-sls). Dilatation of a vessel. 

ANGII'TIS (an-Ji-i'-tis). Inflammation of vessels. 

ANQILEUCrTIS. See Angioleucitis. 

ANQI'NA (an-jr-na). A feeling as of suffocation. 

ANGFNA ACUTA. Plain sore throat. 

ANQI'NA PECTORIS. Pain and sense of suffocation about 
the heart. 

ANQl'NA PAROTIDE'A. The mumps. 

ANQI'NA TON'SZLLANS. The quinsy. 

ANGI'NA TRACHEAXIS. The croup. 

ANGIOCARDITIS (an-Ji-o-kardV-tis). Inflammation of heart 
and neighboring vessels. 

AN'QIOGRAPH (an'-ji-o-graf). Sphygmograph. 

ANGIOG'RAPHY. Written description of the vessels. 

ANQIOLBUCPTZS (an-Ji'^lQ-si'-tis). Lymphangitis. 

ANQIOL'OOY. See Angiography. 

ANGIOLYMPHO'MA. Lymphatic tumor. 

ANGICXMA. Vascular tumor connected with blood-v'ewe.«s\%, 

ANGIONCMA See Angioma. 

A NOIONEURCySIS. AflTection of v a»o-moU»T t\«itn <s^. 

ANOIOPARALY'SIS, Va«o-motor parcAysV*. 



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ANOIOSARCO'MA. Vascular sarcoma of capillary develop- 
ment. 

AN'QIOSPASM. A vaso-motor spasm. 

AN'QLB. Union of lines running in different directions. 

AN'QOR. See Angina. 

ANGUIL'LIDA (ang-gwiIM-d(>). Genus of nematoid worms. 

ANQUIN'EOUS. Snake-like. 

AN'QULAR. Relating to an angle. 

AN'QULAR AR'TERY. Facial artery terminal. 

AN'QULAR GY'RUS. Convolution of inferior parietal lobule. 

ANGUSTU'RA. A febrlAige bark. 

ANHELATIOK. Panting j shortness of breath. 

ANHIDRO'SIS (an-hi-dr6'-sis). Insufficiency of sweat. 

ANHIDROT'IC. Remedy preventing sweating. 

ANHYDRE'MIA. Lack of serum in blood. 

ANHY'DRIDE (an-hi'-drid). An oxide without water. 

ANHY'DROUS. Containing no water. 

ANI'DOUS. Formless ; a monster without shape. 

ANIDRCXSIS. See Anhidrosis. 

ANILINE (anM-lin). An inflammable oily coal-tar product. 

AN'ILISM. Condition caused by exposure to aniline fumes. 

ANIMAL. Living organic structure with power of locomotion. 

AN'IMAL HEAT. Normal heut of an animal. 

AN'IMAL MACNETISM. Mesmerism; hypnotism. 

ANIMAL'CULE (an-i-mar-kfile). A minute organism. 

ANIMALIZA'TION. The process of aKsimilation. 

ANIRIDIA (an-l-rid'-e-ah). Lacking or defect of the iris. 

ANISCHU'RIA (an-i8-k\V-re-ah). Incontinence of urine. 

ANISOCO'RIA (an-i-so-ko'-re-ah). A condition where the pupils 
are unequal in size. 

ANISOMETROP'IA. Term applied where the refraction of 
eyes is different. 

AN18UM. Anise; an expectorant. 

AN'KLE. Joint immediately above the heel. 

AN'KLE CLO'NUS. Series of contractions of the ankle-joint 
in certain diseases. 

ANKYLOBLEPH'ARON. Adhesion of upper and lower eyelids 

ANKYLO'SIS. Stiffjoint due ossification. 

ANKYLOTIA (an-ke-lo'-she-ah). Joining of auditory meatus 
walls. 

AN'NULAR. Ring shaped. 

AN^ULUS. Ring; a circular or rounded margin. 

AN'NULUS ABDOMINA'LIS. Internal abdominal rings. 

AN'NVI^VS ABDOM'INIS. The inguinal ring. 
AN'NULUS UMBIL'ICUS. The umb\UeH\ r\ni^. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 28 

AN'ODB (an'-M). The positive electrode of a battery. 

AN'ODYNE (an'-^-dln). Medicine which relieves pain. 

ANODYN'IA (an-o-din'-e-ah). Having no pain. 

ANOlf'ALOUS. Deviating from the normal function ; unusual. 

ANOM'ALY (an-om'-a-1§). That which is anomalous. 

ANONYCHIA (an-d-ni'-ke-ah). Absence of nails. 

ANOPHTHALIidlA (an-of-thal'-me-ah). Congenital absence ot 
the eyes. 

ANOPSIA (an-ops'-e-ah). Absence of vision ; blindness. 

ANOR'CHUS (an-or'-kus). Absence of testicles in scrotum. 

ANOREX'IA (an-or-(^ks'-e-ah). Without appetite. 

ANORTHO'PIA (an-or-th5'-pe-ah). Condition in which straigfht 
lines appear as though bent; squinting. 

ANOS'MIA (an-os'-me-ah). Absence of sense of smell. 

ANOSTO'SIS. Imperfect bone development. 

ANOnruS (an-d'-tus). Having no ears. 

ANOU'ROUS (an-oo'-rus). Having no tail. 

ANOVBS1CAL (a-nO-vesMk-al). Relating to anus and bladder. 

ANTACID (ant^asMd). An alkali; prevents acid formation. 

ANTAGONIST. Opposition in the action of one drug to tliat 
of another. 

ANTAL'GIC (ant-al'-Jik). Agent relieving pain ; anodyne. 

ANTALICALINE. Opposed to alkalies. 

ANTAPHRODIS'IAC. Agent relieving or diminishing sexual 
desire. 

ANTARTHRIT'IC. Remedy giving relief In gout. 

ANTASTHMAT'IC. Agent relieving asthma. 

ANTEBRACHIAL (an-te-brak'-i-al). Relating to the fore- 
arm. 

ANTEFLBX'ION (an-te-flek'-8hun). A bending forward, as of 

uterus. 
■ ANTBMET'IC. Agent checking vomiting. 

ANTEVBR'SION. A tilting or bending forward. See Anti- 
flexion. 

ANTHELMINTIC. Remedy destroying worms. 

ANTHBMIS. Chamomile ; mild tonic. 

ANTHER. The male sexual organs in plants. 

ANTHONY'S FIRE, ST. See Erysipelas. 

ANTHRACOID. Similar to a carbuncle. 

ANTHRACO'SIS. Chronic inflammation of lung. 

ANTHRAX. A carbuncle caused by Bacillus A nthracls. 

ANTHROPOG^NY (an-thro-poj'-e-ne). Doctrine of the de*<5«.w\. 
of man. 

ANTHROPOGOiAPHY. Treatise on antV\To^pofteTv^ « 

ANTHROPOID. Similar to man. 



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ANTHRQt>'Ot.ITB (uli-tlirop'^i-IU). Ilumuii l>ocl>- tiirnfd 
ANTHROPOM'ETRY. Vi.rlouii ni>-a«ureropiitH of tlie Htrcni 

DTldlVI'lL-ll .If hnd.v. 

ANTHROPOMOR'PHOUa. IIavliii::BliHj.i>..(miiii. 
ANTHKOPOPH'AGY. riiniillMill«m. 
ANTHROPQPHO'BIA. Fear nf wx-U'ly ; .Ll.normnl ilrnlrt I 

AnthROPOSOMaToL'OQY, Trnills.' <>i> Kirm-tnre of t 

(..,dy 
ANTHROPOT'OMY. lIlBWH'tliUl of Hie huiiinii IhhIj-. 
ANTHVfNOT'ICiiiiii-hyi-nol'-lt|. Agent to prpvenlKlepi., 
A NT['AD£S Oiii-li'-ii-rlor), Th« tonBllH. 
ANTI-AL'BUM N IVidnctnf Hlbiimlnai'lhison pp[wiii. 
ANTIARTHRITIC. A ^nut remody 

ANTIBIL10U8rj,i|.u-bir-j-UB|. CurHigi>rrollovUi)(l.tllou«ne 
ANTiBRACH'iUM^an-tP-brnk'-c-uni). Tlip forssnn. 
ANTIBRO'M C. A thKidorant. 
ANTlCAR'DlUM. ThCHpprrpiirtof iilidometi. 
AHTIDIK'IC. <7iirtiiK or preventlna vitIUo. 
ANTIDOTE. An flgcn neutrttlWngllioctTeiaot ii polKou. 
AMTID'YMOUS {ivn-tld'-o-niiBl. Slinllar to an niiiHlynp. 
ANTIDYSBNTERaC. Dysentery romcdy, 
ANTIBUST^C. OppamdtocnipalK. 

ANTIEPHIAL'TIC (iin-tt-pf-«-al'-tllt). Nlglilmiire I'emMly. 
ANTIFEB-RILE. Anllpyrelie fever r.mwly. 
AUtlfEB'Itltt. A whllf,prj-B(«lUiie,Hntlpyretloi«iwdPri n< 

tanlUd. 
AN TIQA LACTIC. DriisdImlnlNlllnsNi-vrrLliiIl oniillk. 
ANlflHEl.lX. RldBenftHoeonohapoBterior opposile hMU 
ANTIHYDROPIC. Jiemedy /nrreHiTof dfopay. 
aHTIHYBROTIC. TiiniinhhinBflU'eat wsemlloo. 
ANTILEP'BIS. Coiiiilrr-lrriUtlim. 
AWTILETHAR'aiC, AgeiiC preventing uleep. 
AKTlUTMlC. Agent preventing urinai-y •■hI<-"I1 ("rniHilo.i 
ANTILYS'SIC. Hy a niphobla remedy. 
ANTI1.0'BIUU. Conlrai proralnenec or enr oppnalte tlio lol 

iiiH viilHille niftnl. 



ANTIPARASIT'lC, Agent until lo dextroy InBect*. 
aNTIP'ATHV |iuiil[j'-ii-ilie). Aversion; opposed M 
ANTI-PEPTONE. PToduelofpancreatlEdlgemlou 
^NTIPBRIODIC. Romed.v checklnE recurri-ivl. J\ii 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 25 

ANTIPERISTAL'SIS. Upward contractions of bowels. 

ANTIPHLOGISTIC (an-tl-fld-JistMk). Agent checking and 
relieving inflammation. 

ANTIPHTHISaC (an-te-tizMk). Agent opposed to phthisis. 

ANTIPLAST'IC. Preventing formation of new tissae. 

ANTIPROSTATE (an-ti-pros'-tat). Applied to Cowper's Glands. 

ANTIPRURITIC. Relieving itching of prnritus. 

ANTIPY'IC (an-te-p!Mk). Preventing suppuration. 

ANTIPYRE'SIS. Use of antipyretics. 

ANTIPYRET'IC. Agent lowering temperature ; a febrifuge. 

ANTIPYmN. A coal-tar febrifuge. 

ANTIPYROT1C. A remedy for burns. 

ANTISCORBU'TIC (an-tc-skor-bO'.tik). A remedial agent for 
scurvy. 

ANTISEPTIC. An agent used to prevent putrefaction. 

ANTI8IAL1C. Agent diminishing salivary secretion. 

ANTISPASMOIXIC. Preventing or curing spasmodic affectiouK. 

ANTISPAS^IC (an-te-spas'-tik). An antispasmodic; revulsive. 

ANTISVPHILIT'IC. Remedy for syphilis. 

ANTITH'ENAR (an-tith'-e-nar). Opposed to the thenar portion. 

ANTITHER'MIC. Cooling. 

ANTITOXIC (an-te-toks'-ik). Antagonistic to poisoning; an 
antidote. 

ANTITRA'QUS. That part <»f external ear behind meatus 
opposite the tragus. 

ANTIZYMOTIC (an-to-al-motMk). Agent arresting or prevent- 
ing fermentation. 

ANTXIA (ant'-le-ah). A syringe ; a pump. 

ANTODONTAL'QIC. Toothache remedy. 

ANT'OZONE. Hydrogen dioxide. 

ANTRITIS (an-tri'-tis). Cavity inflammation. 

ANTROPHORB (an'-tr6-for\ A gelatin, medicated bougie. 

AN^TRUM. A bone cavity.- 

ANTRUM OF HIQH'MORE. Cavity in bone of upper Jaw. 

ANU'RIA (an-u'-re-ah). Absence or lack of urine. 

A'NUS (ft'-nus). Rectal extremity. 

AOR'TA (ft-or'-tah). The main arterial trunk. 

AORTIC (firor'-tik). Relating to the aorta. 

AORTITIS (a-or-tr-tis). Inflammation of aorta. 

APANTHRO'PIA. Unnatural desire for solitude; melancholy. 

AP'ATHY.# Absence of desire or passion. 

aPBI/LOUS (ah-pel'-us). Having no skin. 

APEP^IA (ah-pep'-se-ah). DyspepsVa. 

APEfRlBNT (ah-pe'-r^^nt). Opening; \aiL«kUN«. 

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APHBRTURB (ap'-er-lQr). An opening; a hole. 
A^BX (&'-pek8— plural, ap'-ices). The highest point. 
APHA'QIA (ah-m'-Je^h). Not having ability to swallow. - 
APHA'KIA (ah-ffi'-ke-ah). Eye without crystalline lens. 
APHA'SIA (ah-f&'-ze-ah). Inability to speak due to injury to 

speeob-eentres. 
APHE'MiA (ah-fg'-me-ah). Inability to articulate words. 
APHO'NIA (ah-f5'-ne-ah). Loss of voice due to paralyRis or 

hysteria. 
APHOnUA (ah-f5'-re-ah). Sterility ; barrenness. 
APHRA'SIA (ah-flra'-ze-ah). See Aphasia. 
APHRODISIAC (af-rd-diz'-e-ak). Agent exciting sexual desire. 
APHTHA (af'-the). An affection of mucous membrane of the 

mouth in which small white ulcers appear. 
APHTHONGKIA. Aphonia caused by spasm. 
APICES (ap'-i-sez). Summits; heights. See Apex. 
APLANAT1C (ah-plan-atMk). Absence of spherical aberration. 
APLA'SIA (ah-pla'-se-ah). Imperfect development of a ftinc- 

tion; atrophy. 
APLASTIC. Structureless; not organized. 
APNB'A (ap>ne'ah). Want of breath ; labored respiration. 
APNEUMATO'SIS (ap-nu-ma-to'Hsis). Insufficient inflation of 

the lungs after birth. 
APNBU'MIA (ap-nu'-me-ah). Absence of lungs at birth. 
APOCEN'OSIS (ap>o-sen'-d-siB). An emptying; evacuation. 
APCXLAR. Without a pole. 

APO'LAR CELLS. Nerve cells ?iaving no prolongations. 
APOM OR'PHINE (apo-mor'-len). Artificial alkaloid of mor- 
phine; a prompt emetic. 
APONEUROCKRAPHY (ap-o-na-rog'-ra-fe). Description of fascia. 
APONEUROL'OQY (ap-o-nu-ror-o-ge). Treatise on fascia. 
APONBURO'SIS (ah-pon-u-ro'-sis). A thickened sheet of tissue. 
APOPHRAXIS (ap-o-fraksMs). Amenorrhea. 
APOPH'YSIS (a-pof'-e-sis). A normal bony protuberance. 
APOPLECTIC. Relating to or affected with apoplexy. 
APOPLECTICENOUS. Tending to produce apoplexy. 
AP'OPLEXY. Paralysis due hemorrhage of an Intracranial 

vessel. 
APO'SIA (ap-o'-se-ah). Without thirst. 
APQSIT1A (ap-o-sit'-e-ah). A morbid abhorrence of food. 
APOS'TASIS. Formation of an abscess. 
APOSTO'LI'S METH'OD. Electrical treatment of fibrous 

tumors of uterus. 
APOTHE'CA ^a-pd-th5'-kah). An apothecary shop. 
APOTH^ECARY, A druffgist ; one who retaWa ^v^s^. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 27 

APOTH'BMA (arpoth'-e-mah). A powdered extract resulting 

from the evaporation of vegotable infusion. 
APOZ'BMA (Brpoz'-e-mah). A decoction. 
APPARATUS (ap-a-ra'-tus). A collection of instruments or 

orga/18. 
APPEN'DAOES OP EYE. Brows, lids, conjunctiva, etc. 
APPENDICITIS (ap-pen-di-cIMis). Inflammation of the ap- 
pendix vermiformus. 
APPENDIX (plural, appen'-dloes). An appendage. 
APPENDIX VER'MIPORM. Canal of cecum resembling a 

worm. 
AP'PETITE (ap'-e-tit). Desire for necessities ; lust. 
APPOSITION (ap-po-zisli'-un). Contact; being together. 
APRAXIA (a-prak'-se-ah). Loss of memory. 
APROCTIA (ah-prol£'-tc>ah). Imperforate anus. 
A'PRON, HOTTENTOT. Artificially enlarged nympha^ 
APROSEX'IA (ab-proHsek'-se-ah). Inability to think about a 

subject. 
APROSO'PIA (ah-pr6-s6'-pe-ah). Congenital absence of facr. 
APSELAPHE'SIA (ah-sel-a-fe'-se-ah). Absence of sense of touch. 
APSY'CHIA (ah-sl'-ke-ab). Unconsciousness. 
APTY'ALISM (a-tr-Brlism). Lack of saliva. 
A'PUS (a'-pus). Absence of feet or logs at birth. 
APYREX'IA (ah-pi-reks'-e-ah). Having no fever. 
A'QUA FORTIS. Commercial nitric acid. 
AQUAPUNCTURE. Piercing the skin by application of Hue 

water-Jets. 
A'QUA RE'GIA. Compound of nitric and liydrochloric acid. 
A'QUEDUCT (a'-kwe-dukt). A canal. 
A'QUEDUCT OF FALLO'PIUS. Facial nerve canal in temporal 

bone. 
A'QUEDUCT OF SYL'VIUS. Canal connecting third and 

fourth ventricles of brain. 
A'QUEOUS (a'-kwe-us). Watery; relating to water. 
A'QUEOUS EXTRACT. Solid extracts, to prepare which 

water is used as a menstrum. 
A'QUEOUS HU'MOR. Clear alkaline fluid In aqueous chamber 

of eye. 
ARACHNITIS (ar-ak-ni'-tls). Inflammation of arachnoid 

membrane. 
ARACH'NOID (ar-ak'-noid). Having the appearance of a web. 
ARACH'NOID CAVITY. Cavity separating arachiiol<l «v\>.'5^ 

dura mater. 
ARACH'NOID MEM'BRANE. DeWeate meTKv\3it«.xi^ \i^V«^v^ 

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AR'BOR VITA. A raiiioii8 section of the oei'ebellum, kaving 

appearance of a tree. 
ARACHNOIDI'TIS(a-rak-noi-dr-tis). See ArachnitlH. 
A RCH. Term applied to Btructures that are curved. 
ARCHEBI'OSIS (ar-ke-bV-o-Bls). Spontaneous generation. 
ARCHEGEN'ESIS (ar-ke-gen'-ensis). Bee Arehebioeis. 
ARCHESPO'RIUM (ar-keHspo'-re-um). The nucleuH cells of 

spore mother-cells. 
AR'CHETYPE (ar'-ke-tip). The first or original type. 
AR'CHILr (ar'-kll). A reddish-purple coloring agont. 
ARCHITIS (ar-kl'-tis). Inflammation of the rectum. 
AR'CHOCELE (ar'-kd-seel). Rectal hernia. 
ARCHOPTO'SIS(ark-op-to'-8i«). Rectal prolapse. 
ARCHORRHAG'IA (ark-or-raj'-e-ah). Hemorrhage of the 

rectum. 
ARCHOSTENO'SIS (ark-os-tC-no'-sls). Stricture of 1 he rectam. 
AR'CIFORM (ar'-se-form). Bow-Bhai)ed; curved. 
ARCTATION. Constriction; contraction. 
AR'CUATE (ar'-ku-at). Arch-like. 
AR'CULUS (ar'-ku-lus). Arched support for bod-clothea to 

protect diseased parts. 
AR'CUS. An arch or ring. 
ARXUS DENTA'LIS. The dental arch. 

AR'CUS SENIXIS. Circular corneal opacity in ugcKi person, 
ARTJENT. Burning; very hot. 
AR'DENT SPIR'ITS. Liquors containing alcohol. 
AR'DOR. Intense heat or burning. 

AR'DOR URI'NA. Stinging sensation during urination. 
A'REA (a'-re-ah). A space having definite boundaries. 
AREA GERMINATI'VA. Germinal area of embryo. 
A'REA PELLU'CIDA. Germinal area surrounding embryo. 
AHEFACTION. Desiccation; drying process. 
AHE'NA. Sand ; gravel. 
ARENATION. A hot sand-bath. 
AI^E'OLA. A circular discoloration of skin. 
ATIE'OLM (a-re'-o-le). Interstitial space in connective tissue. 
ARE'OLAR. Relating to the areola. 
AIIEOM'ETER. Apparatus for determlninj? specific gravity 

of liquids. 
ARGENTUM. Silver. 

ARGENTI NITRAS. Lunar caustic; nitrate of silver. 
ARGII/LA. Potter's clay. 
/.R'QOL. Crude tartar. 
ARGYLL-ROB'ERTSON PUPIL. Pupil that responds to efforts 

i r aceotnmodation but not to light. 



JHCTIONAUY OF TODAY. 2f^ 

ARGYHIA. Piscoloratioii of skin from prolonged useof nilvcr 

salts. 
ARHrNIA (ah-rr-ne-ah). Absence of nose at birth. 
ARHYTH'MIC (ah-rith'-mik). Having no rythm ; Irregular. 
ARISTOLO'CHIA (ar-is-to-ld'-ke-ah). See Scrpentaria. 
ARISTOLCyCHIN (ar-is-to-lo'-kin). Bitter principle of serpen- 

taria. 
ARM. Limb extending from shoulder to wrist. 
ARMILXA. The round ligament of the wrist. 
AR'NICA. Cardiac stimulant ; stimulant to bruises. 
AR'NICIN. Arnica glucoside. 
AROIdA (ah-ro'-mah). Odor. 
AROMATIC. Fragrant; spicy. 
ARREST'. To stop; delay. 
ARKOWROOT. Pure starch of Maranta. 
ARSE'NIATE (aiH9e'-n(!-ate). Salt of arsenic acid. 
AR'SENIC. See Arsenium. 
ARSENHLUM. A crystalline substance with metallic lustre; 

very poisonous. 
ARTE'RIA (ar-te'-re-ah). See Artery. 
ARTERIALIZA'TION. Oxidation of blood. 
ARTERIOGRAPHY. Treatise on the arteries. 
ARTERIO'LiB RECTA. Vasa recta of kidney pyramids. 
ARTBKIOLB (ar-te'-re-ol). A minut-e or ultimate artery. 
ARTE'RIO-SCLBRO'SIS. Thickening of connective tissuo of 

walls of artery. 
ARTERIOT'OMY. Cutting or opening of an artery. 
ARTERITIS (ar-te-rr-tis). Inflammation of an artery. 
ARTERY. Tubular canal conveying blood flrom the heart. 
ARTHRA'QRA (ar-thrug'-rah). Gout.. 
ARTHRAL'QIA. Pain in a Joint. 
ARTHRIC. See Arthritic. 
ARTHRITaC. Relating to a Joint. 
ARTHRITIS (ar-thri'-tis). Inflammation of structures of a 

Joint. 
ARTHRITIS DEFOR'MANS. Rheumatic afllection of Joint, 

wl th deform I ty . 
ARTHROC'ACE (ar-throk'-a-se). Arthritis with fungus granu- 
lations ; caries. 
ARTHROCELE <ar'-thro-scl). Tumor of a Joint. 
ARTHROCLA'SIA (ar-thro-kla'-se-ah). Operation oorrcM-tinjr 

ankyloBcd Joint. 
ARTHRODE'SIS (ar-thro-de'-sis). CureUVng a ^oVxiX,. 
ARTHROa>M (ar'thr<y-de-ah). Joint, near\y fVal,\\as\w>&«V\<V\\^t 

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30 WARNER'S l*OCKET MEDICAL 

ARTHROEMPY'ESIS (ar-thrcwnn-pi'-e-sis). Articular suppom- 
tion. 

ARTHROGRAPHY. Treatise of the Joints. 

ARTHROL'OQY. Treatise on the Joints. 

ARTHRON'CUS. Inflammatory swelling^ of a Joint. 

ARTHROP'ATHY (ar-throp'-a-the). Disease of a Joint. 

ARTHROPYO'SIS (ar-thrd-pi-o'-sls). See Arthroempyesis. 

ARTHRO-RHEU'MATISM. Articalar rheumatism. 

ARTHRO'SIS. Connection by Joints; a suture. 

ARTHROT'OMY (ar-throt'-o-me). Incision of a Joint. 

ARTICULAR. Relating to a Joint. 

ARTICULAR RHEU'MATISM. Rheumatism affecting a Joint. 

ARTICULATE. Jointed; clear; distinct. 

ARTICULATE SPEECH. Pronunciation of words. 

ARTICULA'TION. A Joint; distinct speech. 

ARTICULO MORTIS. Moment of death. 

ARTIFICIAL. Not natural. 

ARTIPrciAL A'NUS. False opening In abdomen to allow 
feces to pass out. 

ARTIFI'CIAL RESPIRATION. Respiration by artificial xneana 
during asphyxia. 

ARYTE'NOID (ar-i-te'-noid). Shaped lilte a cup or pit-oher. 

ARYTE'NOID CARTILAGES. Laryngeal cartilages. 

ARYTE'NOID MUS'CLE. A laryngeal muscle. 

ASAFETaDA. A strong antispasmodic and stimulant. 

ASAPHI'A (as-a-fe'-ah). Imperfect articulation ; muttering. 

ASBESTOS. A fibrous mineral. 

ASCAR'ICIDE. Medicine destroying ascarldes. 

ASCARIDIASIS. Presence of ascarldes in the intestines. 

AS'CARIS (as'-karrls). A genus of nematold worms. 

ASCEL'LA. Axilla. 

ASCHISTO-DACTYLUS (as-kls-to-dak'-ti-lus). Syndactylus; 
union of two or more digits. 

ASCITES (as-si'-tez). Abdominal dropsy. 

ASCLE'PIAS (as-kle'-pe-us). Root of asclepias tuberosa ; dia- 
phoretic and expectorant. 

ASXOSPORE. A sac-like fungus cell spore. 

ASEP'SIS (ah-sep'-sls). Without septic poisoning. 

ASEPTIC. Not septic. 

ASEPTOL. Antiseptic liquid resembling carbolic acid. 

ASIT'IA (a-sish'-e-a). Want of appetite. 

ASPAR'AGIN. Active crystalline principle of asparagus; a 
'N diuretic. 
IPAR^AGUS. Diuretic root; mild in acUou. 
PBRGJL'L US (as-per-j i 1 '-1 us). CortaVu epecV^a ot ^vvtv%\ . 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 81 

ASPBR'MATISM. Absence or non-emission of semen. 

ASPSR'MOUS. Not containing seed. 

ASPBR'SION. Sprinkling. 

ASPHALTUM <as-fal'-tum). Native bitumen or mineral pitch. 

ASPHYXIA. Literally without pulse due to lack of oxygen 
in the blood. 

ASPHYXIA NEONATORUM. Asphyxia of new-born Infants. 

ASPIDIOSPER'MINB. Crystalline alkaloid found in Que- 
bracha 

ASPIRATION. Inspiration ; employment of aspirator. 

AS'PIRATOR. Apparatus for abstracting fluid or hair from 
cavities. 

ASSIMILATION. Absorption of nutritious elements. 

ASSO'CIATBD MOVEMENTS. Simultaneous movements of 
mnscles but not essential to complete movement. 

AS'SURIN. Certain brain tissue substance. 

ASTA'SIA (as-ta'-se-ah). Restlessness ; absence of equilibrium. 

ASTSATO'SIS. Insufficient sebaceous secretion. 

ASTER. Karyokinetic changes in cell-division during fertili- 
zation. 

ASTSR10N. Junction of lamboid, parieto-mastoid, occipito- 
mastoid sutures. 

ASTERN'AL. Having no connection with the sternum. 

ASTBR'NIA (ah-ster'-ne-ah). Absence or imperfect develop- 
ment of the sternum. 

ASTHB'NIA (ah-sthe'-ne-ah). Debility; weakness. 

ASTHENIC. Weak; feeble. 

ASTHENOPIA (ah-sthe-nd'-pe-ah). Term for painful vision. 

ASTH'MA (as'-mah). Periodic dyspnea with oppression due to 
spasm of bronchioles. 

ASTICMATISM. Defective vision due imperfect corneal 
meridians. 

ASTIQMOM'ETER. Apparatus for determining degree of 
astigmatism. 

ASTO'MATOUS, ASTO'MOUS. Mouthless; without an opening. 

ASTRAGALUS. The ankle bone ; also a plant. 

ASTRAL. Pertaining to, or resembling stars. 

ASTRAPHO^IA. Insane fear of lightning. 

ASTRICTION. Constipation; effect produced by an astrin- 
gent. 

ASTRIN'QBNT. Agent contracting tissues, or stopping dis- 
charge; binding. 

ASY'LUM. A reftige for the incapable and destitute. 

ASYM'METRY. Absence of symmetry. 

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ASYNE'SIA (a-si-nC''-<ic-uh). Stupidity; unable to understand. 

ATACTIC (ah-tak'-tiic). Irregular. 

ATAXAPHA'SIA. Inability to spealt proper sentences. 

ATAXIA, ATAX^Y. Abnormality of pulse; muscular incoi'tr- 
dlnation. 

ATAX'IC. Relating to or affected with ataxia. 

ATEXIA (a-te'-Ie-ah). Monstrosity due to imperfect develop- 
ment of a part. 

ATHELAS'MUS (arthcl-as'-mus). Inability to suckle due Im- 
perfect nipple. 

ATHERO'MA (ath-(y-ro'-ma). An oncysteil tumor containing 
soft substance. 

ATH ER'OM A DEQENERA'TION. Fatty degeneration of arte- 
rial walls. 

ATH'ETOID. Aflnected with athetosis. 

ATHETCVSIS. Involuntary irregular tremor of the hands and 
feet. 

ATHREP^IA (a>threp'-se-ah). Imperfect or faulty natritlon, 
especially in children ; anemia. 

AT'LAS. First cervical vertebrae. 

ATLECTA8IS. Absence of dilatation or expansion of air-cells 
in fetal lungs. 

ATLOD'YMUS. Two-headed monster. 

ATMIDIAT'RICA. Vapor-treatment of disease. 

ATiyiOQRAPH. A spirograph. 

ATMOM'BTER. Apparatus measuring exhalations. 

ATliCOSPHERE. The air, composed of oxygen, nitrogen, etc 

ATMOSPHER'IC. Relating to atmosphere. 

ATCyCIA (arto'-se-ah). Bterility; barrenness. 

ATOM. The smallest mass of a molecular element. 

ATOMIC* Relating to an atom. 

ATOMIC WEIGHT. Ratio of weight of a given atom to an 
atom of hydrogen. 

ATOMIZER. Apparatus converting a liquid into a fine spray. 

ATON'IC. Affected with atony. 

ATONY (at'-a-n€). Lack of muscular tone ; debility. 

ATRABILIARY. Melancholy ; relating to suprarenal bodies. 

ATRE'SIA (ah-trfi'-se-ah). Imperforation ; constriction, as im- 
perforate anus. 

ATRICHIA or ATRICHI' ASIS (ah-trik'-e-a). Absence of hair. 

ATRIUM. Cavity of cardiac auricle into which venous blood 
empties. 

ATROPHIA (ah-tror-e-ah). See Atrophy. 

ATROPHODER'MA. Dryness and atrophy of skin, usually 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 33 

AT'ROPHY (at'-ro-fe). Decrease in size of a function or part, 

with loss of power. 
AT'ROPISM. Ck)ndition caused by using atropine. 
AT'TAR OP ROSE. Oil of rose. 

ATTENUANT. Diluting; thinning; increasing fluidity. 
ATTENUATED. Wasted ; thinned ; weakened in power. 
ATTENUA'TION. Dilution; weakening; thinning. 
ATTOLI^ENS. Term given to muscles that ** lift up.'' 
ATTRACTION. Force causing particles to unite. 
ATTRA'HENS. Applied to muscles that draw. 
ATTRITION (at-trish'-un). Chafing or rubbing of the skin. 
ATYP^C (ah-tipMk). Unusual; irregular; not typical. 
AUD1PHONE. Rubber instrument held between the teeth to 

Increase sense of hearing. 
AUDI'TION (au-dish'-un). The act or sense of hearing. 
AUiyiTORV. Relating to hearing or organs of hearing. 
AUDITORY MEATUS. Temporal bone canals connected with 

ear. 
AUDITORY NERVE. The nerve of hearing. 
AUDITORY OS'SICLES. Small bones of the middle ear. 
AUKA (o'-rah). Sensation as of a soft blowing of air, usually 

preceding an epileptic fit. 
AU'RAL (d'-ral). Relating to the ear. 
AURANTIUM. The orange. 
AUmC (o'-rik). Relating to gold. 
AUmCLE (o'-rikl). The external cartilage of ear; superior 

cavities of heart. 
AURICULAR. Relating to the ear. 
AUKIPORM. Having shape of an ear. 
AU^RIS. The ear. 
AU'RIST. An ear specialist. 

AUnmUM TIN'NITUS. Ringing sounds in the ear. 
AUllUM. Gold. 
AUSCULTATION (os-cul-ta'-shun). Listening to sounds of an 

organ to determine its condition. 
AUTOCHTHONOUS (aw-tok'-thon-iis). Formed where found ; 

original. 
AUTOCINE'SIS. Voluntary. 

AUT'OCLAVE (awt'-o-cl&v). Steam-heat sterilizing apparatus. 
AUTOCRASY. Independent force. 
AUTODIGESTION. Digestion of stomuch Itself from action of 

gastric Juices. 
AUTOGEN'ESIS. Spontaneous generation. 
AUTOGENETIC. Self-generating. 
AUTOG'ENOUS. Self-produced. 



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AUTO-INFEC'TION. Fcir-lnfeo 
AOTO-INOCULA'TION. Inoou 

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AUTO-LARYNGOS'COPY. 

AUTOMAT'tC. iDvoluntai?; ha ng od peaden 
AUTOU'ATISH. IJtate of doing h ngsv bou oo 
AUTON'OMY. yelf-ruLed; ludapend n 
AUTO-OPHTHALMOS'COPY. Beir-exHiulDHtlon of Interior oF 

eye. 
AUTOPSY lan'-Uip-Bj-l. EiBiDlnatlon aner death. 
AUT'OSCOPE. An loBtrument used toeianiine oaea Bolf. 
AUTOS'COPV. ExaniliiQllan of one's ac\C. 
AUT'OSITE. Tbe part of a doable mouster havlne propet 

organs I hat nDurifllies (he otber. 
AUTO-TOXE'MIA. Poisoned by one's own 8rrre(ton«. 
AUTUM'NAL PE-VER. MBlnrlul Tpver. 
AVE'NA 8 ATI' V A. Oat. 
AVEU'CLE. Blind. 
AVOIRDUPOIS' (av-Dr-dn-polz'l. A WplghL «btch slt-mi H 

ounces to tlio pound. 
AVUL'SION. Tenrlng a part away ; (ixlmctton. 
AXll/LA. Thearm-plt. 
AXILLARY. Relating to Uie asllla. 
AXILLARY GLANDS. Lymplintiu uliimli in tht- RKllIary 



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AXUN'QIA (ftks-un'-Jp-ttli). L 
AZ'OTE, Nitrogen. 
A'ZOTIZED. Nllrogenlzed. 



AZ'YOOB (az'-I-gOB). Applied U> parts that are single. 



BACCHl'A(hak-kf'-ab). Aene rosacpa. 
BAC'CIFORM (bak'-a«-rornil. Bcrry-sbaped. 
BACILLAR [bes'-l-lar^. Shaped like tittle rodK. 



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BACIL'LUS. GenuHu 
BACIL'LUS, COM'MA 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 9i 

BACIL'LUS, KREBS-LOPF'LER (lef-Ier). Diphtheria badllas. 
BACTB'RIA (bak-t^-re-ah). Mlcrodrganisms ; generally used 

as a synonym of Schizomycetes. 
BACTERIDaUM. Oenas of bacteria ; not universally accepted. 
BACTEROID. Rod-like ; similar to a bacterium. 
BACTERIOL'OOY. The science relating to bacteria. 
BACTEKIUM. Rod-shaped microdrganism. 
BACULIPORM. Shaped like a rod. 
BAGN'IO (ban'-y5). A bath house. 
BAG OP WATERS. Fetal membranes filled with the liquor 

amnii« 
BAICERS* ITCH. Psoriasis ; inflammation caused by yeast. 
BACKERS' SALT. Bubcarbonate of ammonia. 
BAL'ANO. The glans penis or clitoridis. 
BALANI'TIS (bal-arul'-tis). Superficial infiammation of the 

glans penis or clitorldis. 
BAL'ANUS. The glans penis or clitorldis ; a suppository. 
BALBUTIES (bal-bti'-shi-€z). Stammering. 
BALIXNESS. Absence of hair on part of head where it should 

be. 
BALLOTTE'MENT (bal-lot'-mong). A method of ascertaining 

pregnancy, by elevating womb with the finger in order to 

feel fetus fall back. 
BALIIAONY. A cathartic. 
BALNEOL'OGY (bal-ne-ol'-6-J$). The science of baths and 

bathing. 
BALNEOTHER'APY. Bath-treatment of diseases. 
BAL'NEUM. A sand or water bath. 
BALSAMATION. The act of embalming. 
BANTINGISM. Dieting to reduce obesity. 
B APTISIA (bap-tiz'-e-ah). Wild indigo; a laxative. 
BAR'BIERS (bar'-b^rz). Acute paralytic form of beriberi, ft^ 

quent In India. 
BARESTHESIOM'ETER. Pressure-testing apparatus. 
BAROSIiIA (bar-oz'-mah). South Aft'ican shrubs from which 

buchu is obtained. 
BARKEN. Sterile ; not capable of bearing ofibpring. 
BARTHOLrNI'S GLANDS (bar-t6-lS'-nez). Two reddish glands 

at entrance of vagina. 
BARTHOLINITIS (bar-to-lS-ni'-tis). Inflammation of glands 

of Bartholini. 
BARTON'S B AN'D A OE. Bandage for head an^VoN^^T ^ww . 
BARTON'S FRACTURE. Fracture ot \oNveT ^^VceisvW.^ ^'t 

radian. _^^ 

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SARYOLOS'SIA (bar-i-glo8'-6C-ah). 8low speech. 
BARYPHO'NIA (bar-i-fu'-ne-ah). Hesiteting speech. 
BARYTA (bar-OMn). Barium. 
BA'SAL GAN'GLIA. Craufifliu Kituated at lower portion of 

brain. 
BASCULATION. Movement correcting retroversion of uterus. 
BASE. Tlic lower extremity; a bo<ly capable of union wlili 

an acid. 
BA'SEDOW'S DISEASE'. Kxophthalraic Goitre. 
BASE'MENT MEM'BRANE. Structureless delicate membmne 

below epithelium. 
BAS-FOND' (bah-fongO- I)"h<^ of bladder. 

BA'SHAM'S MIXTURE. Mixture of acetate of iron and am- 
monium. 
BASIARACHNITIS (baK-c-ar-uk-nl'-tlK). Inflammation at lower 

portion of brain. 
BA'SIC. Relating to a base ; bacillar. 
BASIPA'CI AL. Pertaining to the face aH related to the base of 

skull. 
BASIHY'AL (bas-e-hi'-al). The hyoid arch bones. 
BASILAR ARTERY. Artery at base of brain. 
BASILAR MEM'BRANE. Delicate cochleal membrane. 
BASILAR PRO'CESS. Thick narrow part of occiput in front 

of great foramen. 
BASIL'IC VEIN. Largest arm-vein. 
BASILICON OINT'MENT. A resin cerate. 
BA'SILYST. Apparatus for crushing fetal skull. 
BASIOCESTRUM (baz-e-o-ses'-trum). See Basilyst. 
BA'SIO-GLOS'SUS. Hyo-glossus muscle arising ftom hyoid 

bone. 
BA'SION (ba'-se-on). Point on border of anterior occipital 

foramen lying in median line. 
BA'SIOTRIBE. See Basilyst. 

B ASIOT'RI PSY. Crushing of the fetal head to perm i t d el i very. 
BASTARD. Anillcgitimateor natural child.. 
BATTARIS'MUS (bat-ta-riz'-mus). Stuttering. 
BATTLEDORE PLACENTA. Placenta, having cord inserted 

near the edge. 
BAUN'SCHEIDTISM (boun'-sh!t-ism). Counter-irritation 

caused by acupuncture and use of epispastics. 
BAYCU'RU (ba-koo'-roo). An astringent root. 
BDELXIUM (der-e-um). An emmcnagogue gum resembling 

myrrh. 
BBAK'ER (bC'''kpr\ A glass vessel with n wUU' mouth. 
BEAR'BERRY. Tvu l>Hi ; a diuretic. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. ST 

BEAR'ING-DOWN. Contraction of uterus during parturition. 

BEBEE'RIN (bo-b^-rin). Alkaloid f^om bebeeru-bark. 

BEBEE'RU (be-be'-roo). A febrifuge bark. 

BED'-SORE. Sore from continued occupation of a bed. 

BEEP-TEA'. An infusion of beef. 

BELLADON'NA. Anodyne; antispasmodic; mydriatic ; very 
poisonous. 

BELLrNI, DUCTS OF. Collecting tubules of kidneys. 

BELL'S PARAL'YSIS. Facial nerve paralysis. 

BEL'LY. The abdomen. 

BELT. A waist band; a zone. 

BELT, ABDOMINAL. Elastic abdominal support. 

BENIGN', BENIG'NANT. Mild. 

BENZO'IC ACID. An antiseptic vegetable acid obtained fVoiu 
benzoin. 

BEN'ZOIN. A balsamic resin; antiseptic, stimulant and ex- 
pectorant. 

BEN'ZOL. Hydrocarbon; coal-tar constituent. 

BER'BERIN. Barberry alkaloid; supposed tonic. 

BER'GAMOT, OIL OF. Essential oil; a perftime. 

BERIBERI (ber'-e-ber-e). Endemic Asiatic disease, with dysp- 
nea, anemia and paralysis. 

BERHTIN, BONES OF. Two small sphenoidal bones. 

BESTIALITY. Sexual intercourse with a beast. 

BE'TAIN (be'-tah-In). Alkaloid derived from sugar-beet; & 
leucomaane. 

BETA-NAPH'THOL (ba-ta-naf-thol). See Naphthol 

BE'TEL (b€'-tel). A crystalline powder, composed chiefly of 
firagments of Areca nuts. 

BE'TOL. Naphthol-salicylic ether. 

BE'ZOAR (be'-zor). Concretion in intestines of herbivorous 
animals. 

BI. Prefix meaning " two." 

BIAC'CA. Lead carbonate. 

BIBIJLOUS. Having absorbent qualities. 

BICAP'ITATE. Possessing two heads. 

BICAP'SULAR. Possessing two capsules. 

BICAU'DATB. Possessing two tails. 

BICEPH'ALUS (biHsef-a-lus). Possessing two heads. 

BI'CEPS (bl'Hseps). Having two heads; applied to muscles. 

BICHAT', CANAL OF (be-shawO. Artificial opening in pis- 
mater. 

BICIP'ITAL (bl-sipM-tal). Relating to t^ie bVeep^. 

BI-CON'CAVir. Concave on both BUTfaoe«. 

BI'CON'VBX. Convex on both BurflMseB. 



M WARNER'S POCKET MEUICA-E. 

BICUS'PID. Having Iwo uuspii or polnU. 

BIDDER'S GANCLION. Gansllon oellK In auriuulo-VBiitriW J 
I lar groove of hpart. 

BIDET' <bc-<tHl. AppHrKtUN fur \ruflliing perlneu 

gcDltals. 
BIBN'NIAX. (bl-en'-e-al). OL-ourrlng every other year. 
BITID. Cutlntotwopans; forked. 
BITO'CAL. Bavltig doable focuH. 
BIFcmATE. With tvo pores. 
BIFUR'CATE. Having ttro brancli>^H. 
BIQEM'INAL BODIES. The corpora. lunctrtgemina. 
BILAT'EBAl.. Willi two sides. 
BILE PIGMENTS. BllB-colorlng roatti-r. 
BILHAR'ZIA HEMATCXBIA. Wonn In nriiiurj or^i 

duelDg horaaturlH. 
BILIARY. KelHtlDglDtbebUij. 

BII/IARY DUCTS. Cftoals.conneeted with IWec, carry. 
BILrlCY'ANIN (bll-e«i'-a-nln). Vlolel-blue plgm 

tram oxidation of hllirubin. 
BlLIFLAVaN (bll-e-flay'-ln). Yellow pigment derived t 

bilirubin. 
BU.IFUL'VIN (bll-e-fnl'-vlc). Bee Bilirubin. 
BILIPUS'CIN (.bll-e-fus'-iu). Beep-brown pigment of huma*' 

Impure mixture of bile ealtx. 
BILIOUS. Pertaining; to the hlle. 
BILIPHEIN (bll-e-r(>'-ln). Impure bilirubin. 
BILIPRA'BIN (bll-e-pra'-«ln). Black lalmreen J'H! 



BILIPUR'PIN. Purple extrai 
BILIPYH'RHIN (bll-e-plr'-ln). Red pigment 
BILIRU'BIN. Red coloring matter of bile. 
BILIVER'DIN. Chlof pigment In bile of bee 
BlLOB'ULAR(bl-lob'-ll-lar). POBacaalng two 
BlLiOCULAK (bl-lok'-u-lar). Poesesnlng two 
SJICANOUS (bl'-ma-ua). PoMeaaing two ban 
BIMAHIIAL. Two-handed. 
BI'NARY (bV-na-re). Combination of two i:l. 
BINAU'RAL. Pert^nlDg lo botli eavs. 
BIND'ER. Abdominal bandage worn liUbsei 
BINOCULAR. Pertaining lo the two eyes. 
BINOCULUS. An eye bandage. 
BI'OBLAST (hl'HVblBBt). Any kind of forma 
BIOQEH'ESIS. Ttie produotlon of. living thinga ftom Ilvl 
things; opposed to nbioeentili. 



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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. Sli 

BIOZ/OQY (bl-ol-o>je). The science of nature and living 

things. 
BIOL'YSIS (b!-olMHsis). The cessation or destruction of life. 
BI'OPLASM (bi'-o-plazm). Living matter; germinal matter. 
BI'OPLAST. A definite mass of bioplasm. 
BIOS'COPV. Examination to determine the presence of death. 
BIOSTAT'ICS. Vital statistics. 
BI'OTAXY (bi'-^taks-e). A morphological classification of 

animals and plants. 
BIOT'IC (bl-otMk). Relating to life. 
BIOT1C8. Science of physiology. 
BIOT'OMV. Vivisection. 

BIPARI'BTAL (b!-pa-r!'-e-tal). Pertaining to parietal bones. 
BIP'AROUS (bip'-a-rus). Giving birth to twins. 
BIPCLAR. Having two poles or prolongations. 
BIRD'S-NEST CELLS. Epithelial cell masses, in certain 

forms of cancer. 
BIRTH. Producing living things ; act of being born. 
BISCHB (bish). Severe tropical endemic dysentery. 
BIS'MUTH. Light red crystalline metal with metallic lustr«\ 
BIS'TORT. Unofilcial rhizome; mild astringent. 
BISTOURY (bis'-too-re). Small surgical knife. 
BIU'RET REACTION (bi-u'-ret). Violet color produced by 

adding a few drops of caustic potash and cuprio sulphate 

to peptones ; proteid test. 
BIVEN'TRAL. With two bellies. 
BLACK ASH. An astringent and tonic. 
BLACK DRAUGHT. Compound infhsion of senna. 
BLACK DROP. Vinegar of opium. 
BLACK HEADS. See Comedo. 
BLACK LEAD. Graphite; plumbago. 
BLACK TONGUE. Localized blackening of the paplllee. 
BLACK WASH. Black mercurial lotion. 
BLAD'DER. The membranous sac receiving urine ; any sue. 
BLAD'DER. WRACK. See Fucus Vesiculosis. 
BLANC (blong). White. 
BLAND. Of a mild nature; not irritating. 
BLANKS. Epileptic vertigo. 

BLASTE'MA (blas-te'-mah). Protoplasm ; formative matter. 
BLASTIDE (blas'-tld). The clear spot preceding nucIeuR In 

segments of ovum. 
BLASTOCAR'DIA. Germinal spot. 

BLAS'TODERM. The germinal, membranous cells of ovuiu. ■ 
BLASTODER'MIC VESICLE. Membranous covering of the 

yolk. . . 



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SLASTOM&RBB (blos'-to-meew. Cell pr.i.liipiti 

period lit BegiDbiitatlon or ovani. 
BLAS'TO SPHERE. Cell uontHlnliig ttii- bliD^Uiiiiei 
BLAT'TA ORIENTA'I.IB. Crjnimoii ■■OfkHiocli 

OPtkiii diiirellc. 
BLAUD'S PILL. CbfJj'boHte pill of f>iip purl 

BLSACHINa-PDWDER ChlorlnHtetl llinL. 
BLEAR EYE. Ail I'ye Imvl.ist ulpamWd lidK 
BLEB. SecBuUu. 
BLENNADENI'TIS (bleD-iiil-e-lll'-tlH). Iiilhiiniiiitl 

cleg or mucous tnetiibraiie. 
BLENNOPHTHAL-MIA. Caturrlial ollecdnii nf a 

eorjiinetlvKlB. 
BLENNORRHA'GIA. Oonorrhea; pnrnleut iIIhc 

BLENNORRKE'A {blED-o-rf-Hh). Set Bleiiiiarrhai 
BLENNO'SIS. A Inui«UB meiabrHne diseane, 
BLEPHARADENITIS (blGf-ar-ad-o-ni'-tlB). Iliflin 

tlie Mc^lbomiiLii kIbdiIh. 
'BLEPHARITIS (bler-«r-l'-llai. MarBtaul liilliiiiimi 

Udn. 
BLEPK'ARO-ADENITIS. Pice BlepbarnileniU-. 
BLEPH'ARON. Eyelid. 

BLBPHARONCO'SIS. FormaMon of lumoror ey,: 
BLEPHARON'CUS. A tumor of thf pyelld. 
BLEPHAROPKIMO'SIS. Abnormal murownCM of o]>«iih 

between eyelids, 
BLEPH AROPLASTV. Formallon of a uow eyelid. 

EPHAROPI.E'aiA(blef-a-rcf-ple'-jK«hj. ParolyBls ur eyelid 

SPHAROPTO'SIS (blef-a-rop-W-al*;. See UlepbaropleglH. 
BLEPHAROPVORRHE'A. Purulent coujQiieClvltlB. 
BLEPH'AROSPASM. Hpusmodlc cuntractkiii nC orbloularl' 

palpebrarum muscle. 
BLEPH 'AROBT AT. limtrumeul holding eyelldB opurl Uur 

BI.KPMAROSTENO'8IS. CouBtrictlon of pulpcbrul flHxure. 
BLIND. Inabllily toBFC; having no oiKnlug. 
BLINDNESS. CondltloD of being blind. 
BLIND SPOT, Point where optlu ncrvt- ciileni tetlna. 
BLISTER. A lurge veBlale. 

BLCXJD. Fluid counting through veluB. urterles, ale 
LOOD CABT8, Matter tbund In urIiiK, bi-lng ooaculated re 
btood. 
BLOOD-CBLLS. Blood corpuBClea. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 41 

BLOOD COR'PUSCLES. Reddish disks found in tlie blood; 

blood-oells. 
BLOOD CRYS'TALS. Hematoidin. 

BLOOD PLAS'MA. Liquid which curries the blood corpuscles. 
BLOOD POI'SONING. 8ee Septicemia. 
BLOOD PLATES. Small circular discs of healthy blood. 
BLOOD'SHOT. A surface reddened by inflamed blood vessels. 
BLOODS FLUX. Dysentery. 
BLOOD'Y SWEAT. See Ephidrosis. 
BLOWPIPE. A tube employed to gruide a small flame. 
BLUE DISEASE'. See Cyanopathy. 
BLUE FLAG. See Iris. 
BLUE MASS. Mercurial mass. 
BLUE OINTMENT. Mercurial ointment. 
BLUE PILL. Blue mass pill. 
BOD'Y. Entire animal organism ; a corpse. 
BGBT'TCHER'S BIS'MUTH TEST (bet'-cher's). Test for sugar 

in urine using bismuth subnitrate. 
BOIL. Bounded inflammation skin, containing pus. 
BOL'DUS. Tonic and stimulant extract of I*euvmia Boldtis. 
BO'LUS. A very large pill. 
BONE ASH. Remains of bones after burning. 
BONE'SET. See Eupatorium. 
BONE SETTER. A quack surgeon. 
BORACIC ACID. See Boric Acid. 
BO'RAGE. Diaphoretic and demulcent plant. 
BO'RAX. An antiseptic ; sodium borate. 
BORBORYG'MUS. Rumbling sounds caused by gas in the 

intestines. 
BOR'IC ACID. Mild antiseptic and detergent. 
BO'RO-GLYCERIDE. Mixture of D2 parts of glycerine and 

62 parts of boric acid. 
BOSS. Wide, flat projection. 
BOT. An insect depositing its eggs in the skin. 
BOTAL'LI, FORA'MEN OP. Oval opening connecting auricles 

of fetal heart. 
BOTHRIOCEPH'ALUS LA'TUS. The broad tapeworm. 
BOTULIN'IC ACID. Substance found in decayed sausages. 
BOUGIE' (boo-zheO. A steel or rubber rod for exploring or 

dilating canals, usually the urethra. 
BOUGIE', FIL'IFORM. A very small bougie. 
BOU'HOU (boo'-hoo). A certain form of malaria. 
BOU'ILLON (booM-yong). A broth ; nutritive culture medium. 
BOUR'DONET (boor'-do-nft). Small roll of lint. 
BOURDONNE'MENT (boor-don'-mong). A buzzing bo>x\)A« 



«2 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

BOUTONNlgRE OPERATION (boo-tfin-nWi^. An operation 

on urethra fur cure of stricture. 
BOU'TONS TBR'MINALS (boo'-tong:). Abnormal sice of Aen- 

Bory nerve terminals. 
BOWELS. The intestines. 
BOW LEO. Outward curvature of lower legs. 
BOWMAN'S OLANDS. Tubular glands having yellow pigw 

ment, in submucous layer of olfactory region of nose. 
BRACHIAL (br&k'-e-al). Relating to the arm. 
BRACHIAL ARTERY. Main arterial branch for upper arm. 
BRACHIAL OLANDS. Lymphatic glands of the arm. 
BRACHIAL'OIA (brak-e-al'-Je-ah). Pain in the arm. 
BRACHIUM. The upper arm above elbow. 
BRACHYCEPHAL'IC (brak-e^e-falMk). Term applied ix> a 

very broad skull. 
BRACHYDACTYLOUS. Short-lingered; short-toed. 
BRACHYMETRO'PIA (brak-e-me-tr6'-pe-ah). See Myopia. 
BRADYCAR'DIA. Slow action of pulse or heart. 
BRADYLALIA (brad-i-laMe-ah). Hesitating utterance. 
BRADYPEP'SIA(brad-e-pep'-8e-ah). Slow, sluggish digestion; 

dyspepsia. 
BRADYPHA'SIA (brad-e-fa'-ze-ah). Impediment of speech. 
BRAID'ISM. Hypnotism. 
BRAIN FE'VER. See Meningitis. 
BRAIN PAN. Craniam. 
BRAIN SAND. Cerebral mineral matter. 
BRANCH. An arm-like division ; an off-shoot. 
BRASH. An affection of the skin ; alimentary canal disorder. 
BRASH, WAT'ER. See Pyrosis. 
BRAYE'RA (bra-e'-ra). An anthelmintic plant. 
BREECH. The buttocks. 
BREECH PRESENTATION. Fetal buttocks presented at 

mouth of uterus. 
BREG'ENIN. Crystalline matter in cerebral tissue. 
BREG'MA. Point of union of sagittal and coronal sutures; 

the anterior fontanel. 
BRICK-LAYER'S ITCH Cutaneous affection of hands. 
BRICK-MAKER'S ANE'MIA. See Anchylostomiasis. 
BRIGHT*S DISEASE. Kidney disease with persistent albu- 
minuria. 
BROAD LIG'AMENT. Suspensory ligament of uterus and 

liver. 
BRO'MAL HY'DRATE. Soluble crystalline substance used a» 
> a local irritant. 
BR(yMIDE (br6'-nn6.) Compound w\t\\ bromine a.% «.\>«»^- 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 4S 

BROMIDRO^IS (brO-mi-di^-sis). Perspiration having a fou>l 
odor. 

BROMINE, BRCMUM. A volatile liquid, brownish red, 
poisonous and having deadly Aimes. 

BRO^ISM. Condition produced ftom continued use of bro- 
mides. 

BRCMOPORM. Colorless bromide having anesthetic prop- 
erties. 

BRON'CHI (bron'-kl). Plural of bronchus. 

BRON'CHIAL. RelaUng to the bronchi. 

BRONCHIECTASIS (brong-ke-ek'-tarsis). Bronchial diUtaUon. 

BRON'CHIOLE (brong'-ke-dl). Very small bronchial divifdon. 

BRONCHIOLITIS (bron-ke-o-lV.tis). Inflammation of the 
bronchioles. 

BRONCHITIS. Inflammation of bronchial tubes. 

BRON'CHOCELE (bron'-ko-sel). Goitre. 

BRONCH'OPLASTY. Plastic tracheal surgery. 

BRON'CHO-PNEUMON'IA. Bronchitis and lung inflauimar 
tion. 

BRONCHORRHB'A. Bronchial discharge. 

BRONCHOT'OMY. Surgical opening of larynx, trachea or 
bronchus. 

BRONCHOJS. One of two tracheal branches. 

BROOD-CELLS. Cells that develop other cells. 

BROOM. See Scoparius. 

BROWN MIXTURE. Compound glycyrrhiza mixture. 

BRU'CINE (bru'-sin). C^all^^^^O^ ; alkaloid of nux vomica. 

BRUIT (brew'-e). Sound detected during auscultation. 

BRU'IT DU DI'ABLE (brew'-e-du-de'-ah-bl). Buzzing sound 
in a vein. 

BRUN'NER'S GLANDS. Racemose glands of duodenum. 

BRYGHCUS (brig'-mus). See Odontoprisis. 

BRYO'NIA (brl-o'-ne-ah). Hydragogue cathartic root. 

BRYOPLA8TIC. Applied to fungoid tissue growth. 

BU'BO. Inflammation of inguinal lymphatic gland. 

BUBONAL'GIA (bu-bon-ar-ge-ah). Inguinal pains. 

BUBONIC (bQ-bon'-lk). Relating to a bubo. 

BUBON'OCELE. Inguinal hernia, but not through external 
ring. 

BUBONULUS. Dorsal lymphangitis of pcniK. 

BUC'CA (buk'-ka). The cheek. 

BUCCAL (buk'-al). Relating to the cheek. 

BUCCINATOR (buk'-si-na-tor). A muscle ol \\\^ cvYv^^Vl, 

BU'CHU (bft'-kfi). Genito-urlnary toT\\c*, eL\\iTe\\c \<^vws'^«. <A 
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44 WARNEIIS POCKKT MB^DICAL 

BUCK'BEAN. Bitter tonic nnd vermiAige. 

BUCNE'MIA (buk-ne'-ine'-iih). Inflammatory dinease of the 

leg. 
BUF'FY COAT. White upper layer of blood clot. 
BUQANTIA (bn-gan'-8he-ah). A chilblain. 
BU'GLEWEED. Mild astringent plant. 
BULB. Rounded enlargement of vessel or canal. 
BUL'BAR. Pertaining to cj'cball, mcdullaoblongata or a bulb. 
BUL'BAR PARALYSIS. Paralysis due to medullary lesion. 
BUL'BUS ARTERICysUS. Dilatation of aortal bulb. 
BULIMIA (bii-lim'-e-ah). Morbid appetite. 
BUL'LA. Rounded cutaneous inflammation containing serous 

fluid ; a part of the car. 
BUL'LATE (bul'-ut). Having vesicles ; blistered. 
BUN'ION (bun'-yun). Painfully enlarged bursa of foot. 
BUR'DOCK (bir'-dok). Root having diuretic and aperieRt 

qualities. 
BURETTE' (bQ-ref). A graduated, narrow-necked tube. 
BUR'SA (ber'-sa). A pouch or sue usually separating i>artB of 

skeleton. 
BUR'SAL (ber'-sal). Relating to u bursa. 
BURSITIS (ber-si -tis). Inflammation of a bursa. 
BUT'TER. Fatty matter of milk; vegetable substance re- 
sembling butter. 
BUT'TER OF ANTIMONY. Liquor antimonli chlorldi. 
BUT'TER OF CACA'O. See Theobroma. 
BUT'TER OF TIN. Stannic chloride. 
BUT'TER OF ZINC. Zinc chloride. 
BUT'TERNUT. See Juglans. 
BUT'TOCKS. The nates. 

BUT'TONBUSH. Bark having tonic and febrifuge properties. 
BUT'TON SNAKE'ROOT. Root having diuretic and em- 

menagogue properties. 
BU'TYL CHLO'RAL. See Chloral Butyllcum. 
BUTYRA'CEOUS (ba-te-rft'-se-us). Having appearance of or 

pertaining to butter. 
BUTY'ROUS (bu-ty'-rus). See Butyraceous. 



C. 

CACA'O (ka-ka'-o). See Theobroma. 
CACA'TION (kak-A'-shun). Defecation. 

CACB*MJA (kak-e'-me^h). Abnormal conditlou of the blood. 
CACHSLCOM'A (^kak-el-kom'-ah). A maUKtvanV xAceT , 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. i^ 

CACHEX'IA (kak-ex'-e-ah). Defective nutrition caused by 

constitutional diseases, as sypliilis, etc. 
CACHINNA'TION (kak-in-&'-8liun). Loud, unrestrained lau^ti- 

ter. 
CACHOU' (ka-8hooO. A small aromatic granule used as a 

breath perAime. 
CACOCHO'LIA (kak-o-kd'-le-ah). Abnormal condition of bile. 
CACOCHYLIA (kak-o-klMe-ah). Defective chyle formation 

and absorption. 
CACOCHYMIA (kak-o-kV-me-ah). Unhealthy state of humors. 
CACOCOL'PIA (kak-o-kol'-pe-ah). Vulvular gangrene. 
CACOD'BS (kak-od'-cz). Having a foul odor. 
CACOBTHES (kak-d-e'-thez). Having an undesirable habit; a 

bad condition. 
CACOOALACTIA (kak-o-gal-ak'-te-ah). Producing unheaitliy 

milk. 
CACOOAS'TRIC (kak-o-gas'-trik). Dyspeptic. 
CACOOEN'ESXS. Production of abnormal or malformed 

speciee. 
CACOPH'ONY (kak-off'-o-nS). Disordered, unpleasant voice. 
CACOPLAS'TIC. Imperfect organization. 
CACOSCyMlUM (kak-o-so'-me-um). A pest house. 
CACOSPER'MIA. (Jnhealthy state of semen. 
CACOSPHYXIA. Imperfect condition of pulse. 
CACOSPLANCH'NIA (kak-o-splank'-ne-ah). Condition caused 

by indigestion. 
CACOTHANA'SIA (kak-o-than-a'-se-ah). Term applied to a 

violent death. 
CACOTHY'MIA (kak-o-thy'-me-ah). Mental aberration; de- 
pravity. 
CACOTRICHIA (kak-o-trik'-e^h). A hair disease, 
CACOTliOPHY. Disordered nutrition. 
CADA'VER. A dead body ; a corpse. 

CADAV'ERINB. Ptomaine found in decaying aniinul tissue. 
CAD'MIUM. A silver-white metal. 
CADU'CA. Thickened mucous membrane of uterus. 
CADU'CITY. Weakness of old age. 
CAF'FEA. Coffee. 

CAPTEIN (kaf-fene). Alkaloid of coffee. 
CAFFE'INISM. Condition due to overdose of caffeine. 
CAIS'SON DISEASE (ka'-son). Phenomena produced by worl?- 

ing in compressed atmosphere. 
CAL'ABAR BEAN. See PhysosUi^ma. 

CAL'AMUS. Aromatic digestive BUraviVa'cvX.. . ^^ 

CAL'AMUS SCRIPTO'RIUS. InferVoT iiwxv«.\e<^t V^vvcV^^^*^^^^''^^' 



46 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

CALCA'NEUM (kal-k&'-ne-um). The heel-bone, the largrest 

bone of the foot. 
CALCA'REOUS. Fertalningr to or containing lime. 
CALCIFXCA'TION. Impregnation of tissues with lime salts. 
CALCIGKEROUS CELLS. External dentine cells. 
CALCINA'TION. Expulsion of volatile constituents of a sub- 
stance by exposing to great heat. 
CALAIS, OS. The heel-bone. 
CAL'CIUM. A pale yellow metal, the basic principle of 

lime. 
CALCULIFKAQOUS. Agent capable of dissolving stone in 

the bladder. 
CAL'CULUS. Concretion resembling a stone, forming in an 

animal. 
CAI/CULUS, NA'SAL. See Rhinolith. 
CAI/CULUS, RB'NAL. Stone in the kidney. 
CAL'CULUS, VESaCAL. Stone in the bladder. 
CALDA'RIUM. A hot bath. 
CALEFA'CIENT. Producing sensation of heat. 
CALENDULA. The marigold ; stimulant and resolvent. 
CALHSNTURE. Tropical term for sunstroke. 
CALF (kaf). The bunch of muscles below the knee. 
CA'LICES OP KIiyNEYS. Urine-collecting tubes of kidneys. 
CAI/IPER. Compass used to ascertain diameters. 
CALISA'YA. Cinchona. 
CALISTHBN'ICS. A system of methodical movements in 

gymnastics. 
CALLOSITY. Cutaneous induration. 
CAL'LOUS. Hardened; indurated; insensible. 
CAL'LUS. Bony tissue-growth forming around a fracture. 
CAL/MATIVE. Agent producing quiet ; a sedative. 
CAL'OMEL. A purgative composed of mercurous chloride. 
CALOR'IC. Heat. 

CALORIFA'CIENT. Agent producing heat. 
CALORIM'ETER. Apparatus for determining heat in a body. 
CALUM'BO. A bitter tonic. 
CALVA'RIA. The upper skull bone. 
CALVIT'IES (kal-vish'-e-ez). Baldness. 
CALX (kalks). The heel ; an oxide; calcined lime. 
CA'LYX (ku'-liks). Singular of calices. 
CAMBO'GIA. Gamboge; a drastic hydragogue cathartic. 
CAM'ERA COR'DIS. The membrane which surrounds the 

heart. 
CAM^BRA OCULI. Chamber of the eye. 
<^A.M^OMiLE. ChamomUe; anthemls; atonic. 



DICTION AKY OF TO-DAY. 47 

CAM'PHOR. A stcaropten, volatile oil; antispasmodic; ano- 
dyne. 

CAMPIM'ETER. See Perimeter. 

CAMP'SIS. Curvature of limb without fracture. 

CAN'ADA BAiySAM. Balsam of fir. 

CAN'ADA SNAKE'.ROOT. Wild ginger; a stimulant. 

CANA'DIAN HEMP. An emetic and cathartic. 

CAN'ADOL. A local anesthetic obtained fVom petroleum. 

CANAL^ A tubular vessel for conveyance of fluids. 

CANAL' OP CORTI. Cochleal canal. 

CANAL' OF COCHXEA. Spiral tube in cochlea. 

CANAL' OP FONTAN'A. Canal supposed to exist between iris 
and ciliary muscle in lower animals. 

CANAL' OP NUCK. A cylindrical canal formed around the 
round ligaments of uterus. 

CANAL' OF SCHLBMM. A small canal at junction of cornea 
and sclerotica. 

CANALICULUS (kan-a-l!k'-u-lus). A small channel. 

CAN'CELLOUS. Having the appearance of lattice work. 

CAN'CER. Bee Carcinoma. 

CAN'CROID. Resembling a cancer ; an epithelioma. 

CAN'CRUM (kang'-krum). A canker or cancer. 

CAN'CRUM O'RIS. Gangrenous stomatitis. 

CANE SU'QAR. See Saccharum. 

CANINE' (ka-nln'). Relating to a dog. 

CANINE' MAD'NBSS. Hydrophobia. 

CANINE' TEETH. The cuspids. 

CANITIES (ka-nish'-e-^z). Orayness of hair. 

CAN'KER. A sore having nature of a cancer. 

CAN'NABIS. An aphrodisiac and antispasmodic. 

CAN'NULA (kan'-a-lah). A small metal or rubber tube. 

CAN'THAL. Relating to the canthus. 

CANTHAR'IDES. A vesicant ; irritant to genital organs. 

C ANTH AR1 DIN. Blistering principle of cantharides . 

CAN'THARIS. Spanish Fly. See Cantharides. 

CANTHI'TIS (kan-thi'-tis). Inflammation of canthus. 

CANTHOT'OMY. Excision of the canthus. 

CANTHUS. Angle resulting from union of upper and lower 
eyelids. 

CAOUT'CHOUC (koo'-chook). Milky Juice of a tree; elastic 
and insoluble in ordinary liquids. 

CAP'ILLARV. A hair-like blood-vessel. 

CAPITAL. Chief; important. 

CAPITA'TUM. The os magnum. 

CAPSEL^LA. Shepherd's purse ; a Y\ewioata.\Ac. 



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CAP'SICUM. Cayenne pepper; vesicant and tonic. 

CAP'SULE (Isap'-BOl). An enclosing membrane. 

CAP'SULE OF QLIS'SON. Connective tissue around liver 
vessels. 

CAP'SULE, SUPRARE'NAL. Triangular flattenod body at 
top of kidneys. 

CAPSULITIS (kapHSU-ir-tis). Inflammation of capsule of 
crystalline lens. 

CAPSULOT'OMY. Capsular division of crystaniuo lens. 

CAP'SULAR. Relating to a capsule. 

CAPOJT. The head. 

CAPOJT CO'LI. See Cecum. 

CAPOJT SUCCEDA'NEUM (suknsCMla'-nc-uni). Kdematous <Min- 
dition of scalp of presenting fetus. 

CAR'AMEL. A product of burnt sugar. 

CAR'AWAY. BeeCarum. 

CARBOLIC ACID. Antiseptic and dlsinfeciant; plienol. 

CAR'BON. A non-metallic element, the constituent of atmos- 
phere, coal, charcoal, diamond and graphite. 

CAR'BONATE. Product resulting from union of cart>onic ucid 
and a base. 

CAR'BONATED. Charged with carbonic acid. 

CARBONE'MIA. Excessive amount of carbon in the blood. 

CARBON'IC ACID. Name commonly used for carbon dioxide 
or carbonic anhydrid. 

CARBONIZA'TION. The formation of carbon from various 
substances. 

CARBUN'CLE. A rounded, sloughinj^^, subcutaneous inflam- 
mation. 

CARCINO'MA (kar-se-no'-ma). Cancer; a tumor consisting of 
epithelial elements. 

CARCINO'MA, ENCEPH'ALOID. Term applied to Koft can- 
cer. 

CARCINO'MA, MELANO'DES. A melanotic cancer. 

CARCINO'MA, SCIR'RHUS. A hard tumor. 

CARCINOM'ATIS. Relating to a carcinoma. 

CARCINO'SIS. Rapid formation of cancer. 

CARDAMOM. A spicy aromatic seed. 

CAR'DIA(kar'-de-ah). The heart. 

CARDIAC. Relating to the heart. 

CARDIAG'RA (kar-de-ag'-rah). See Cardialgia. 

CARDIAL'QIA. Heartburn; pain in the heart. 

CARDIATRO'PHIA. Atrophy of heart. 
CARniBC^ASlS (ycar-de-ek'-ta-sis). Cardiac dilatatton. 
^CAR'DINAL. Principal part; important. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 49 

CAR'DINAL VEINS. Reins that are parallel with dorsal 
aorta. 

CAR'DIOCBLE (kar'-de-osel). Cardiac hernia. 

CARDIODYNIA (Icar-de-o-din'-e-ah). See Cardlalgia. 

CARDIOQ'MUS. Cardlalgia; a vague term for various hearf. 
diseases. 

CAR'DIOORAPH. Instrument which records cardiac move- 
ments. 

CARDIOGRAPHY. Graphic description of iieart. 

CARDIOL'OGY. Treatise on the heart. 

CARDIOPAL'MUS (kar-de-o-pal'-mus). Cardiac palpitation. 

CARDIORHEX'IS. Rupture of the hearL 

CARDIOSTENO'SIS. Stenosis of cardiac orificeH. 

CARDIOT'OMY. Excision of heart. 

CARDIOT'ROMUS (kar-de-ot'-ro-mus). Cardiac fiutterin.^^ 

CARDITIS (kar-dl'-tis). Cardiac inflammation . 

CAR'DUUS (kar'-du-us). A bitter tonic 

CA'RIBS. Inflammation and decay of bone. 

CA'RIOUS (ka'-re-ous). Relating to caries. 

CARMIN'ATIVE. Agent expelling gas firom stomach and 
intestines. 

CAR'MINE. A red coloring agent obtained from cochinoal. 

CARNAU'BA (kar-no'-ba). A Brazilian alterative. 

CARTfBOUS. Fleshy ; relating to flesh. 

CARNIPICATION. Conversion of a part to a mass similar to 
flesh. 

CAR'NIN. A meat extract leucomaine. 

CARNIVOROUS. Flesh-eating. 

CAR'NOSB. Flesh-like. 

CARO^A. Brazilian tonic and alterative. 

CAROTaC (ka-rotMk). Stupefying. 

CAROT'ID (ka>rotMd). Term applied to great arteries of nock. 

CAR'PAL (kar'-pal). Relating to the wrist. 

CARPHOL'OOY (kar-fol'-o-ge). Clutching the bed-clothes dur- 
ing delirium. 

CAR'PUS. The wrist. 

CARHON OIL. Equal parts of linseed oil and lime water; a 
remedy for burns. 

CARTHAMUS. American saff'ron. 

CARTILAGE. Qristle; embryonic bones of fetus. 

CARTILAGE OF SANTORFNI. The corniculum laryngis. 

CARTILAGE OP WRIS'BERG. Cuneiform cartilage. 

CA'RUM (ka'-rum). Caraway seeds ; an atotaaXVc ttwW 

CARBUNCLE Ckar'-run^-kl). A small, pa\ntv\\,TO\xTv^vA. ^xc^^n^v 
of flesh. . . ' . 



50 WARNKK'S P(X'KKT MKDIOAr, 

CARUN'CULAi (kar-ung'-ku-lo) The nymphap. 
CARUN'CULAi MYRTIFOR'MES. Shrivf^lod remains of 

ruptured hymen. 
CA'RUS (ka'-rus). Deep coma. 
CARYOPHYL'LUS (kar-i-o-fll-u8). Cloves. 
CAS'CA BARK. A drusj whose jictlon rosembles that «)f 

digitalis. 
CASCA'RA SAGRA'DA. Sacred >>ark ; ii remedy for constipa- 
tion. 
CASCARIL'LA (kas-ka-ril'-ah). Aromatic stimulant 
CA'SEIN (ka'-se-in). Principal protoid of milk. 
CA'SBOUS. Relating to cheese. 
CAS'SIA. A gentle laxative. 
CASTA'NEA. Chestnut leaves. 
CASTOR OIL. See Ricini. 

CASTRATION. Removal of testicles or ovaries ; unsexing. 
CATACAU'SIS. Spontaneous combustion. 
CAT ACLASIS (kat-akMa-sis). Fracture ; palpebral eversion. 
CATACLEI'SIS (kat-a-kly'-sls). Palpebral adhesion. 
CAT'ACLYSM (kat'-a-klizm). A violent shock. 
CAT'ALEPSY ^at'-a-lep-se). A nervous disease, with loss of 

oonsoiousness and muscular power. 
CATAL'YSIS (kat-ar-i-sis). Change in a substance caused by 

a body which is not affected itself. 
CATAME'NIA (kat-a-me'-ne-ah). The menses. 
CATAME'NIA ALBA. Leucorrhea. 
CATAPHA'SIA (kat-af-a'-ze-ah). Speech disorder, (characterized 

by continued repetition of same words. 
CATAPH'ORA (kat-af'-o-rah). Periodical coma. 
CAT'APLASM (kat'-a-plazm). A poultice. 
CAT'ARACT (kat'-arrakt). Opacity o£ crystalline lens. 
CATARRH' (kat-tar'). Inflammation of a mucous membrane. 
CATASTALTIC (kat-as-tal'-tic). Agent checking evacuations. 
CATAT'ONY (kat-at'-o-ne). See Katatonia. 
CAT'ECHU (kat'-e-chu). A powerful astringent. 
CAT'-OUT. Narrow cord made oqt of intestines of shoep; a 

ligature. 
CATHAR'SIS (kath-ar'-sis). Action of a cathartic. 
CATHARTIC. A medicine causing intestinal evacuations. 
CATHARTIN (kath-ar'-tin). Bitter principle of senna. 
CATHTETER (kath'-e-ter). Instrument used to empty the 

bladder. 
CATH'ODB (kath'-dd). A negative electrode. 
CA THOI/ICON, A J* cure all." 



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DICTION AH Y OF TO-DAV. 51 

CAT'NBP. Tonic and antispasmodic; a popular remedy. 

CATOP'TRICS (kat-op'-triks). Science treating of reflection of 
light. 

CAT'S'EYE. An affection of tlie eye characterized by a yellow 
reflection behind pupil. 

CAT'S'PURR. Thrill heard in some cases of cardiac discuses.. 

CAU'D AD (kaw'-dad). Relating to posterior extremity. 

CAU'DAL (kaw'-dal). Relating to a tail. 

CAU'DATE (kaw'-dttt). Having a tail. 

CAUL. The omentum ; the amnion. 

CAULIFLOWER EXCRESCENCE. Epithelioma of uterufi. 

CAUS'TIC. A burning substance used locally to destroy tissues. 

CAUS'TIC, LU'NAR. Silver nitrate pencils. 

CAU'TERY. An agent destroying tissues. 

CAU'TERY, ACTUAL. Hot iron applied locally. 

CAUTERY, POTENTIAL. The using of a caustic. 

CAVA (kav'-ah). A large vein emptying its contents into the 
right auricle. 

CAVERNOUS (kav'-er-nu8). Having or relating to cavities. 

CAVERNOUS BOD'IES. Corpora cavernosa of penis or 
clitoridis. 

CAVERNOUS SrNUS. Channel on both sides of sphenoid. 

CAVERNOUS TU'MOR. Angioma. 

CAVITY (kav'-i-te). A hole; a rounded depression. 

CAY'ENNE PEPPER (kiV-Cn). See Capsicum. 

CB'CAL (se'-kal). Relating to the cecum. 

CB'CUM (se'-kum). The caput coli or blind intestine, a portion 
of large intestine. 

CBL'ANDINE (sel'-an-dln). See Chelidonium. 

CEL'ERY (sel'-e-re). A valuable nervine and tonic. 

CEXIA (8€'.le-ah). The belly. 

CB'LIAC (se'-le-ak). Relating to the belly. 

CBXIAC AXIS. Arterial trunk of abdominal aorta. 

CB'LIAC GANGXION. Semilunar ganglion 

CBLIADELPHUS (se-lo-ah-delf-us). Abdominal-Joined mon- 
ster. 

CBLIAL'GIA (se-le-ar-Jc-ah). Abdominal pain. 

CELL (s61). A minute mass of protoplasm, generally contain- 
ing a nucleus. 

CBLL'ULAR (sel-u-lar). Having cells or relating to cells. 

CELLULAR TIS'SUE. Areolar connective tissue. 

CBLL^ULE (sel'-dl). A small cell, or cavity. 

CELLULITIS (sel-u-li'-tis). Inflammation of areolar tisauie. 

CBLOSO^US (sel-o-flo'-mus). A Taoii%\«t -^VCtv vJo^wn^w^a^ 
malformation. 



rB2 WARNKBB PdCKKT SfKIllCAL I 

CELOT'OMY. Sec Hornlotomy. I 

CEMENTUH (He-maii'-tum). Cenieul. 1 

CENEBTHE'aiS. HenslblUly; Iho knuwlodgcoraeir-oxliiteiit.-" 
CENO'sis(scn-o'-B|g). A dlechHrgc^. 
CENTER. A middle point. 

► CENTIGRADE THERMOM'ETBR. A Ihtniiometer Imvli 
too degreeii between freezliis and boning polnU. 
CENTIGRAMME. D.Ol grsinmi!, 0.IM323 gmliiH. 
CBNTIUTRE. One.liundredtli purt of a liiri'; 0.11103 piiIi 

CENTIUETRE. One-hundred 111 part of a met«r ; 0.303TI Lnuht 

CENTRAD (een'-trad). In a central direction. 

CENTRIC. KelBtlng m a centre. 

CENTRIF'UQAL (Heu-tnr-Q-eal). FJylne ftntm aoenlral ihiIi 

CENTRIPETAL (aen-lrip'-e-tal). Moving In acenlrnl rtlrrellr) 

CENTRUM, gee Center. 

CENTRUU COMHU'NE. Bulitr plexus. 

CEPHAUL'GRA (»i'r.al-]t'-gmb}. Pain In the h<.'ail; headailirj 

CEPHALAL'OIA (sef.al-al'-b'e-afa). See Ceplialasru. 

CEPHALEDE'MA (Bef.al-^i-dd'-mata). Edema uf the lieu'l. 

CEPHALHEMATOMA. A tumor of the head. 

CEPHALIC (aef-al'-Ik). Rnlatlng to Orn head. 

CEPHALIC VEIN, ^■elu of upper arm emplylnB Into aslllnn- 

CEPHALIC VER'SION. Fetal inver«lnii t" Induee liead r 

CEPHALITIS (sef-al-l'-tla). Cerebral luflamniHtl.in. 

CEPHALODYHIAIBel-a-lu-diu'-e-ab). Headactie; pain In 
head. 
I CEPHALOG'RAPHY(Bef.al.og'Ta.fe). AdCHcdplLim ofliielv 
, CEPH'ALOID lser.a.lold|. RoBembllng a head. 

CEPHALOL'OGV. AtreatlHeoii thohcad. 

CEPHALO'MA (Bef-al-rtni'-ah), Encephaloid tnmov. 

CEPHALOM'ETER. An luiitriimeiit Tor nieaBurlug tlio li 

CEPHALOM'ETRV. Sclenoo of head lueasurenient. 

CEPHALOP'AGUS. Double monster Joined only by the he 

CEPH'ALOSTAT. A head supporter. 

CEPHALOT'OMY (sef-a-lot'-^-me). Craniotomy. 

CEPH'ALOTRIBE, Instrument used Ut pcrltirm eninloto 

CEPH'ALOTRIPSY (ser-a-lfl-lrlp-so). See Cranliiloiny. 

CE'BA (se'-rali). Was. 

hCSRA'CEOUS (8i-ra'-8he-U8|. Waxy. 
CE'RATE I'sS'-rSt). An unBuent, wllb wax lln- vi-liU'l.^ 
afJfjtriTJa {ser^'If'-Ua). Ree KeraUtW. 
tVATO. BeeKerato. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. n 

CBR'ATOCBLE (ser'-a-tosel). See Keratocele. 

CBRATUM (se-ra'-tum). A cerate. 

CBRCH'NUS (serk'-nus). Hoarseness. 

CBRCOMO'NAS INTESTINAXIS. Protozoa present in some 
cases of diarrhea. 

CB'REAL (se'-re-al). Grain ; relating to grain. 

CBREBELLFTIS (ser-O-bel-i'-lls). Inflammation of the cere- 
bellum. 

CEREBEL'LUM (ser-e-bel'-luin). Posterior portion of brain; 
the little brain. 

CER'EBRAL (ser'-o-bral). Pertaining to the brain. 

CEREBRASTHE'NI A (ser-O-bras-thO'-ne-ah \ See Phrenasthenia. 

CEREBRA'TION (ser-e-bra'-shun ). Action of the brain. 

CER'EBRIN (ser'-e-brin). Substance extracted from brain- 
tissue. 

CEREBRIN'ACIDES. Cerebrose matter of brain-tissue. 

CEREBRITIS (ser-e-brV-tis). Inflammation of the brain. 

CER'EBROSE (scr'-e-broz). Sacchariferous substance in the 
brain-tissue. 

CER'EBROSIDES. See Cerebrinacides. 

CER'EBRO-SPrNAL. Pertaining to spinal cord and brain. 

CER'BBRO-SPrNAL FE'VER. Cerebro-spinal meningitis. 

CER'BBRO-SPI'NAL MENINQPTIS. Usually fatal disease, 
consisting of indamraation of meninges of brain and spinal 
cord, fever and Bkln eruption. 

CER'EBRUM (ser'-e-brum). Upper and principal part of the 
brain. 

CB'RIUM (sS'-re-um). A metal resembling iron in appear- 
ance. 

CBRO'MA (se-ro'-mah). Amyloid degeneration. 

CERU'MBN (ser-ti'-men). Ear-wax. 

CER'VICAL (sir'-ve-kl). Pertaining to the neck, as neck of 
uterus. 

CER'VIX (sir'-viks). The neck. 

CESA'REAN OP'ERATION. Removal of fetus through an 
opening made in uterus and abdomen. 

CESTODE. Agenusof broad worms. 

CETA'CEUM (se-t&'-s^um). Spermaceti. 

CBTRAllIA (se-trft'-re-ah). Iceland moss. 

CETRA'RIN. The bitter tonic principle of Iceland moss. 

CHALA'ZION (ka-la'-ze-on). Tumor of a Meibomian gland. 

CHALICO'SIS (kal-e-ko'-fiis). Inflammation of lung due to dust 
deposit. 

CHALINOPLASTV (kaV-e-n6-p\»ft-\S^. Y\««X\CiWvc^^v3 ^sX^xv^'^ 

of iDoath. 



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CHALK (chawk). Calcium carbonate; an insoluble, tasteless 
substance. 

CHALK'-STONE. Gouty concretion. 

CHALYB'EATE (ka-llb'-e-ftt). Containing or relating l<» iron. 

CHAM'OMILE (kam'-6-inll). See AnthemiK. 

CHAN'CRE (shang'-ker). Ulcer appearing with primary 
syphilis. 

CHAN'CROID (shang'-kroid). Resembling a ciiancru; a non- 
infectious chancre. 

CHANGS OP LIFE. The menopause. 

CHAR'COAL (char'-kdl). See Carbon. 

CHAR'COT*S DISEASE' (shar'-cds). Articular diKoaMt' occur- 
ring in Locomotor Ataxy. 

CHAR'PIE (shar'-pe). Shreds of lint. 

CHAR11IBRB*8 GUIL'LOTINE. Instrument for removal of 
amygdalffi. 

CHAR'TA (char'-tah). A medicated paper ; a powder wrapper. 

CHAULMU'GRA OIL. Alterative tonic for scrofiila and lep> 
rofly. 

CHBBX (oh^k). Lateral side of face. 

CHBB8B.RBN'NET. See Ladies' Bed-straw. 

CHEILITIS (kll-r-tis). Inflammation of lip. 

CHBII/OPLASTY (kil'-o-plas-te). Operation correcting de- 
formity of lips. 

CHBLIDO'NIUM. A violent purgative. 

CHB'LOID (ke'-loid). See Keloid. 

CHBXONIN (k^-16-nin). Balmony ; a cathartic. 

CHBMO'SIS (kS-md'Hsis). Inflammation of conjunctiva. 

CHBNOPO'DIUM (k^n6-p6'-de-um). American wormseed; 
vermifuge; anthelmintic. 

CHBR'RY (cher'-e). Juice of cherry bark, made into a syrup, 
and used in medicine. 

CHB8T. The thorax. 

CHBST'NUT. SeeCastanea. 

CHrASM (kl'-azm). Applied to the optic commiHsuro. 

CHICKEN-POX. See Varicella. 

CHIL'BLAIN. Inflammation of fingers or toes due to intense 
cold. 

CHILIXBED. Conflnement; labor; illnesK attendant upon 
childbirth. 

CHILD'BED FE'VER. See Puerperal Fever. 

CHIMAPH'ILA (ki-maf'-i-lah). Pipsissewa leaves. 
CHIN'-COUQH, Whooping cough. 
C^INOIiyiN (kl-noid'An). Amorphous a\ka\o\d,V\\e\>v-vTvi^w<s\. 

of quinine. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 55 

CHINOLl'NA (kin-o-li'-nah). A drug frequently subHtituted 

for quinine. 
CHIRA'QRA (kl-ra'-grah). Qout in tlie hand. 
CHIRARTHRms (kl-rarth-rl'-tis). Inflammation of Joints of 

hands. 
CHIRET'TA (kl-ret'-tah). A bitter tonic. 
CHIROP'ODIST (ki.rop' o-difit). A band and foot specialist. 
CHIRUR'QIA (kl-rur'-ge-ah). Surgery. 
CHIRUR'QICAL ( ki-rur'-ge-kl). Pertaining to surgery. 
CHITTIM BARK. See Cascara Sagrada. 
CHLIAS'MA (kli-as'-mab). A heated poultice. 
CHLOAS'MA (klo-az'-mah). See Tinea Versicolor. 
CHXXVRAL. An anesthetic and hypnotic. 
CHLO'RAL BUTYLICUM. An anodyne and anesthetic. 
CHLOHAL HY'DRATE. Product obtained by adding water 

to anhydrous chloral. 
CHLCRATE. Chloric acid with a base. 
CHLORE'MIA (kid-re'-mia). See Chlorosis. 
CHXXVRIC ETHER. See Ethyl Chloride. 
CHXXVRIDE (kld'-rld). The result of combining chlorine and a 

radical. 
CHLO'RINE (klo'-ren). A deadly poisonous gas. 
CHLCXRODYNE (klo'-ro'^in). A nostrum having anodyne 

properties. 
CHLCROPORM. A volatile liquid, inhaled is an anesthetic; 

a local irritant; internally a stimulant and narcotic 
CHLORCMA (kld-ro'-mah). A facial tumor of greemsh color. 
CHIXyROPHANE (kl6'-ro-/Ru). Yellowish-green pigment i>f 

retina. 
CHLORCXSIS (klo-ru'-sis). An anemic digeose of girls. 
CHX^HUM (kkV-rum). See Chlorine. 
CHCANiB (kO'-an-e). The posterior uares. 
CHOKED DISC. See Papillitis. 
CHOL'AOOGUE (kor-a-gog). Purgative causing evacuation of 

bile. 
CHOLAXIC ACID. See Choloidinic Acid. 
CHOLECYSTECTOMY. Operation for excision of gall-bladdor. 
CHOLECYSTENTEROSnrOMY. Operation for Joining bowel 

and gall-bladder. 
CHOLECYSTITIS (kol-e-sist-r-tis). Inflammation of gall- 
bladder. 
CHOLECYSTOT'OMY. Abdominal incision of gall-bladder. 
CHOLEDOCHITIS (k6-ied-6-k!'-il8V Itif^wom^NXws. vA ^v^^r 

dnct. 
CHOLED'OCHUS (k6-led'-6-kvA»V l^We TeceVAxv*.. 



60 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

CHOLEIC (ko-l(;'-ik). Pertalningf to bile. 

CHOLEME'SIA (kol-e-rac'-se-ab). BlIiouB vomiting. 

CHOLBPYR'RHIN (kol-e-pir'-rin). Biliphein. 

CHOL'BR A. An epidemic disease, with inflammation of smali 
intestine, vomiting, diarrliea and great prostration. 

CHOL'ERA INFANT'UM. Summer complaint of infants 
cliaracterized by emesls, diarrliea and prostration. 

CHOL'ERA MOR'BUS. Hporadlc cholera. 

CHOL'ERINE. Mild form of cholera. 

CHOLEROPHO'BI A . Fear of cholera. 

CHOLESTEATO'MA. Tumor caused by cellular (lege no ration. 

CHOLESTERE'MIA. Cholesterin in the blood. 

CHOLES'TERIN. A fatty substance in the brain und blood; 
a bile excretion. 

CHOLET'ELIN. Yellow pigment; the oxidation product of 
biliverdin. 

CHO'LIC (ko'-lic). Pertaining to the bile. 

CHOL'IN (kolMn). See Neurine. 

CHOLOIDIN'IC ACID. Product of bilious decomixisltlon. 

CHOL'OLITH (kol'-o-lith). Gall-stone. 

CHOLORRHE'A (kol-or-re'-ah). Bilious diarrhea. 

CHOLO'SES (kol-6'-s^z). Bilious diseases. 

CHOLU'RIA (kol-u'-re-ah). Bile-pigment in urine. 

CHONDRAL'GIA (kon-dral'-Je-ah). Pain in a cartilage. 

CHON'DRIN (kon'-drin). Cartilaginous glucoside. 

CHONDRITIS (kon-dri'-tis). Inflammation of cartilage. 

CHON'DROQEN (kon'-dro-Jen). Basic substance of cartilage. 

CHONDROOEN'BSIS. Production of cartilage. 

CHONDROGKRAPHY. Description of cartilages. 

CHONDROID (kon'-droid). Resembling a cartilage. 

CHONDROL'OGY (kon-drol'-6-Je). Treatise on cartilage. 

CHONDRO'MA (kon-dro'-mah). Tumor formed of cartilage. 

CHONDRO'SIS (kon-dro'-sis). Cartilaginous production. 

CHONDROT'OMY. Dissection of cartilage. 

CHONDRUS (kon'-drus). Irish moss. 

CHOR'DA (kor'-dah). A cord or tendon. 

CHOR'DA DORSA'LIS. See Notochord. 

CHORDA TEN'DINA. Tendinous strings connecting papil- 
lary muscles of heart to auricular valves. 

CHOR'DA TYM'PANI. Nerve giving sense of taste to anterior 
portion of tongue. 

CHORDEE'. (kor-d^O* Intensely painful erection, with down- 
ward Incurvation, during a gonorrheal attack 
CMORDinrxs (kord'V'tiB). Inflammation oC a cot A, aa ^t»^ttcv«A.\<5 
cord, -vocal cord, ot<\ 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 67 

CHORE'A. St. Vitus* dance; irregular^ involuntary muscular 
contractions. 

CHO'RION (ko'-re-on). External membrane enclosing fetus. 

CHCROID (kd'-roid). Middle coat of eye. 

CHOROIDrTIS (ko-roid-r-tis). Inflammation of choroid. 

CHOROMA'NIA. Dancing mania. 

CHRO'MATE (krd'-mat). A salt containing cbomic acid. 

CHROMAT'IC (kro-mat'-ik). Pertaining to color. 

CHROMATODYSO'PIA (kro-ma-to-dls-o'-pe-ah). False percep- 
tion of colors. 

CHROMATOPHCBIA (kro-ma-to-fo'-be-ah). Fear of a color. 

CHROMIDRO'SIS (krO-mi-dro'-sis). Coloration of sweat, 

CHRO'MOPHANE. Retinal coloring matter. 

CHROMOPTOM'ETER (kr6-mop-tom'-e-ter). Instrument to 
tost accuracy of color- vision. 

CHRONIC (kronMk). Of long standing; slow and continued. 

CHRON'OORAPH. An electrical instrument measuring and 
recording time. ..<•:!:.. 

CHRYSARO'BIN. A remedy for cutaneous affections. 

CHRYSOPHAN1C ACID. See Chrysarobin. 

CHTHONOPHA'OIA (thon-6-a'-je-ah). Dirt eating. 

CHYLE (kll). Fluid product of intestinal digestion. 

CHYLIF'BROUS (kl-lif-e-rus). . Chyle-bearing, a » 

CHYLOPOIET'IC (ki-16-poi-etMk). Chyle-forming. 

CHYLORRHE'A (ki-lor-r^-ah). Excessive chylous flow. 

CHYLUHIA (kl-lQ'-re-ab). Milky urine. 

CHYME (kim). Masticated food mixed with gastric Juice. 

CHYMIFICA'TION. Formation of chyme. '' ■ 

CHYMCSIN (k!-mo'-sin). Pepsin. 

CICATRrCIAL (sik-a-trish'-al). Pertaining to a cicatrix. 

CICATRICULA (sik-a trik'-Q-lah). Spot in yolk of egg where 
segmentation begins. 

CICATRIX (si-kft'-triks). A scar resulting from healed wound. 

CICATRIZATION (sik-a-tri-z&'-shun). The healing of a wound. 

CIL'IA (sir-S-ah). The eyelashes ; hair-like cellular process. 

CILIARY (sir-e-fi-rc). Pertaining to the cilia. 

CIL'IARY ARTERIES. Minute ophthalmic arteries. 

CILIARY OANO'LION. Ophthalmic ganglion. 

CILIARY MUS'CLE. Ophthalmic muscle permitting accomo- 
dation. 

CILaUM (sir-e-um). An eyelash. 

CILLCSIS (sMd'-sls). Quivering of the eyelid. 

CIMICIF'UOA. Black snake root; caTdVoLcVoiA^. 

CI NCHCNA r«in-k6'-nah). A bark ^bo«e aVk«\o\^% Vw^.^^ \A>\y\sw 
and antipyretic qualities, 8uc\i aa <\uVti\Tv^,^'aVcv\^Vcift%«^'** 



58 WARNER'8 POCKET MEDICAL 

CINCHONICINE. An artificial alkaloid of cinchona. 
CINCHON'IDINE. An alkaloid of the rod cinchouu. 
CIN'CHONINE. Cinchona alkaloid, weaker than quinine. 
CIN'CHONISM. State produced by excessive use of quinine. 
CINERrTIOUS (sin-e-rish'-us). Having an ashy color. 
CINBT'ICA (si-netM-kah). Muscular disease. 
CINGULUM (sing'-ga-lum). A girdle; herpes zoster. 
CINTIABAR (sin'-arbar). Red sulphide of mercury. 
CIN'NAMON (sin'-a-mon). An aromatic bark. 
CIONITIS (8l-on-!'-tis). Uvular inflammation. 
CIONOT'OMY (8i-on-ot'-6-me). Excision of uvula. 
CIRCULATION. Flow of blood through vascular system. 
CIRCUMCISION (sir-kumHsizh'-on). Removal of prepuce in 

whole or part. 
CIR'CUMFLBX. Wound around. 
CIRCUMVAL'LATE. Bounded b.y an enclosing ridge. 
CIRRHON'OSUS (sl-ron'-o-sus). Yellow discoloration of fet^tl 

membranes. 
CIRRHO'SIS. Induration of connective tissue. 
CIR'SOCBLB (ser'-sd^^l). A varicocele. 
CIR'SOID (s^r'-eold). Having the appearance of a varix. 
CIRSOM'PHALOS (ser-aom'-faplos). Navel varicosity. 
CIRSOPHTHAL'MIA (ser^softhal'-me-ab). Vascular varicoKii.y 

of cornea. 
CIRSOTOMY (ser-sot'-d-me). Excision of a varix. 
CITTIATE (sit'-rat). A salt of citric acid with a base. 
CITmC ACID. Acid obtained firom lemon or lime-Juice. 
CLAMP (klamp). An instrument used for vascular eompref?- 

sion. 
CLAP. See Gonorrhea. 

CLARIFICA'TIOK. Klimination of impurities in a liquid. 
CLASSIFICATION. Division into classes. 
CLAU8TRUM (klawsMrum). Layer of gray matter in brain. 
CLAU'SURE (kl«w'-zhur). Without an opening; imperfi»r;i- 

tion. 
CLAVICLE. A curved bone at t!)C base of neck; the colur 

bone* 
CLAV'US. A corn. 
CLEANSINGS. The lochia. 
CLEFT PAL'ATE. Fissure of palati- at birth. 
CLIMACTERIC (kll-mak'-te-rik). Pertaining to periods of life, 

Ruch nfi menopause, etc. 
CLIMATOJL'OQy (kH-ma-tol'-o-Je). Science treHtingofcllmat*^. 
CUJMATO-THBR'APY. The use of cWmate to a6R\*l\..t?viTlng 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 69 

CX^INac (klinMk). Teaching medicine at the bedside of 
patients. 

CLINaCAL (IclinM-kal). Pertaining to a clinic. 

CLI'NOID (kll'-noid). Like a bed. 

CLISBOM'ETBR (kIis-6K>m'-e-ter). Instrument used to meas- 
ure angle of pelvis. 

CLITORIDECTOMY (klI-t6-ri-dek'-to-me). Excision of clitr>i f -'. 

CLI'TORIS (kli'-to-ris). Erectile organ in the female. 

CLITORISM (kli'-td-rism). Enlarged clitoris. 

CLITORITIS (kll-td-ri'-tis). Inflammation of clitoris. 

CLOA'CA (kl6-&'-kah). A drain, applied to urethral and roctal 
openings. 

CLON'IC (klon'-ik). Irregular, non-persistent spasms. 

CLCXNUS (klo'-nus). Spasmodic, muscular contraction. 

CLOT. See Coagulum. 

CLOUXyy swelling, a form of cellular degeneratioi^. 

CLOVE (kldv). See Caryopbyllus. 

CLUB'-FOOT. See Talipes. 

CLYSTER (klls'-ter). An enema. 

COAGULATION (k6-ag-u-lfi'-sbun). A clot. 

COAGOJLATIVB NBCRO'SIS. Death and coagulation <>! u 
mass of tissue. 

COAG'ULUM. A clojt of blood having consistency of ^- ra- 
tine. 

COALESXBNCE (ko-a-les'-ens). The act of growing together. 

COARCTATION. Vascular contraction or compression 

COBALT. Tough metal, often found with arsenic. 

CO'CA (ko'-kah). See Erythrozylon. 

CO'CAINE (ko'-kah-in). Nerve stimulant and local udok- 
thetie. 

COCCOBACTER'IA. Bacteria found in putrefying anin>»«l 
matter. 

COCXULUS IND'ICUS. Fish berries. See Picrotoxin. 

COCCYGEAL (kok-sij'-e-al). Pertaining to the coccyx. 

COCCYGODYNIA (kok-si-go-din'-e-ah). Coccygeal pain. 

COCCYX (kok'-siks). Terminal bone at base of spinal columiK 

COCH'INEAL. Insect employed sm a coloring agent. 

COCHXEA (kokMe-ah). Anterior portion of internal ear. 

COCILLA'NA (ko-si-la'-nah). Emetic and expectorant drug. 

CO'DBINE (ko'-de-in). An opium alkaloid having hypnotic- 
properties. 

COD'-LIVER OIL. Hee Morrhujp. 

COB. See Ce. 

COFVEE. A seed or berry from w\\\i-\v cwmSwo \>». ^^T\-iv-^% 
aJbo a popular beverage. 



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COHABITATION (kiVhabi-ta'-sbun). Sexual intercourse. 

COHE'SION (ko-he'-shun). The force of atomic attraction. 

CO'HOSH, BLACK. See Cimicifliga. 

COI'TION, CO'ITUS. Sexual congress ; cohabitation, 

COLXHICINE (kol'-chi-sln). Active principle of c«ilchicum. 

COL'CHICUM. A diuretic and cathartic. 

COLD. Catarrhal affection of respiratory tract. 

COLD-BLOOD'ED. See Polkllothormlc. 

COLECTOMY (ko-lek'-tr)-ine). Partial excision of colon. 

COL'EOCELE (kor-e-o-scl). Hernia of tlio vagina. 

COL'IC (kolMk). A painful intestinal disorder. 

COL'ICA PICTO'NUM. Painter's or lead colic. 

COLITIS (ko-li'-tis). Inflammation of the colon. 

COLLAPSE'. Complete exhaustion un<i prostration. 

COL'LAR BONE. See Clavicle. 

COLLAT'ERAL. Following side by side; assisting. 

COLLO'DION. A solution of ether and gun-<rotton, making an 

extemporaneous plaster. 
COL'LOID. Resembling glue. 
COL'LUM (kol'-um). Front portion of neck. 
COLLYR'IUM (ko-lir'-e-um). A wash for the <yes. 
COLOBO'MA (kol-6-b<V-mah). Fissure or cleft of portlonn of 

eye, as the optic nerve, etc. 
COL'OCYNTH. Drastic hydragogue cathartic. 
COLOCYNTH'IN. Active glucoslde principle of colocynth. 
COXON (koMon). Upper portion of large intestine. 
COLONITIS <kol-6-m'ti8). Colitis. 

COLOSTRATION. Disease of :the new born due to colostrum. 
COLOSTRUM (ko-lofi'-trum). Milk secreted during ninth 

month of pregnancy. 
COLOT'OMY (ko-lot'-o-me). Opening of the colon. 
COLPAL'GIA (kol-pal'-Je-ah). Vaginal pain. 
COLPATRE'SIA (kol-pa-tre'-ze-ah). Vaginal imperforation. 
COLPITIS (kol-pr-tis). Vaginal inflammation. 
COL'POPLASTY (kol'-po-plafrtte). Plastic vaginal surgery. 
COLPOPTO'SIS (kol-pop-td'-sis). Vaginal prolapse. 
COLPORRHA'OIA (kol-p6-r&'-Je-ah). Vaginal hemorrhage. 
COLPOR'RHAPHY (kol-pdr'-a-fe>. Vaginal suture to repair 

laceration. 
COLPORRHB'A (kol-p6-re'-ah). See Leucorrhea. 
COLPO'SIS (kol-pd'-sls). Vaginal inflammation. 
COLPOT'OMY (kol-pot'-6-me). Vaginal incision. See Elytrot- 

coi^T'SFOOT. A demulcent leaf. 
COLUM'BO. Hee Caiiimbo. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. M 

COLUM'NA (kol-um'-nah). A column. 
CG^A, Deep stupor or sleep ; unconsciousness ; lethargry. 
CO'MA VICIL. Baying during unconsciousness. 
CO'MATOSE (kd'.ma-tds). Affected with coma. 
COMBUS'TION (kom-bus'-chun). The act of burning. 
COM'EDO (kom'-e-dd). Black-head; affection of sebaceous 

glands; face- worm. 
COM'FREY (knm'-flre). An astringent and demulcent. 
COM'MA BACIL'LUS. Cholera bacillus. 
COMMINUTION. Breaking; shattering. 
COM'MISSURE. Union of two parts. 
COM'MISSURE, OPTIC. Point of union of optic nerves. 
COMMU'NICANS. Ck>mmunicating. 

COMMU'NICANS NO'NI. Branch fW>m third cervical nerve. 
COM'PASS PLANT. See Rosin Weed. 
COMPATIBLE. Admitting of admixture. 
COMPLEXES MUS'CLE. Large muscle of the back. 
COMPLICATION. Appearance of other phenomena than the 

original. 
COMPOSITION. A mixture of different ingredients. 
COM'PRESS (kom'-pres). Folded cotton or woolen cloths for 

pressure on d part. 
COMl>RESS, PBN'BSTRATED. Compress provided with 

openings. 
COMPRES'SOR. Instrument for vascular compression . 
CONA'RIUM (kd-na'-re-um). The pineal gland. 
CON'CAVE (kon'-kav). Hollow; a rounded cavity. 
CONCA'VO-CON'CAVE. Ck>ncave on both sides. 
CONCA'VO-CON'VEX. Concave on one side and convex on 

opposite side. 
CONCENTRIC. Having a common centre. 
CONCEPTION (kon-sep'-slxun). Ovular fecundation. 
CON'CHA (kong'-kah). The external ear. 
CONCOCTION (kon-kok'-shun). A boiled mixture. 
CONCOMITANT (kon-kom'-c-tant). Accompanying; aaso- 

ciated. 
CONCRETION (kon-kro'-shun). Deposit of a solid matter in 

the body, as a calculus. 
CONCU'BITIS (.kon-ku'-bl-tus). Coitus; sexual congress. 
CONDENSATION (kon-den-sa'-shun). Act of condensing; 

concentration . 
CONHDIMENT (Ivon'-di-ment). A seasoning 8ubstauco\ ^jv. 

spice. 
COND'OM, CUN'DUM. \ very dcWcato tvxVAs^y conctVcv^ w%^<^^ 

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CONDURAN'GO BARK. An alterative used in cancer and 

syphilis. 
CON'DYLrE (kon'-dll). Curved articular process, as humerus. 
CON'DYLOID (kon'-di-lold). Pertaining to a condyle. 
CONDYLO'MA (kon-di-lo'-niah). Warty excrescence near the 

genitals. 
CONE'IN (ko-nc'-in). See Conine. 
CONFECTION (kon-fek'H3hun\ A saccharine substance to 

disguise bitter drugs. 
CONFINE'MENT (kon-fin'-nient). Lying-in; labor; parturi- 

tiou. 
CON'FLUENT (kon'-flu-ent). Union ; meeting. 
CONFORMATION (kon-for-mft'-shun). Natural form. 
CONGEN'BROUS (kon-Jen'-e-rus). Belonging to same class. 
CONGEN'ITAL (kon-JenM-tal). Term applied to malformations 

or peculiarities which ore present at birth. 
CONGESTION (kon-Jes'-chun). Abnormal accumulation of 

blood to a part. 
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS. See Pneumonia. 
CONGESTIVE. Pertaining to congestion. 
CONGESTIVE PE'VER. Malarial fever. 
CON'GIUS (kon'-Je-UB). A gallon. 
CONGLOM'ERATB. Joined or mixed together. 
CONGLUTIN. Nitrogenous ferment in almonds. 
CONOLyTINATE. Joined; united. 
CON'GRESS, SEX'UAL. Cohabitation ; copulation. 
CONICAL COR'NEA. See Keratoglobus. 
CO'NINE (k6'-nin). Alkaloid obtained from coninui, very 

poisonous, one drop being a fatal dose. 
CONIUM (ko-ni'-um). Hemlock; anodyne and aphrodisiac. 

See Conine. 
CONJUNCTI'VA (kon-jungk-ti'-vah). Mucous membrane of 

eye. 
CONJUNCTIVITIS (kon-jungk-tl-vi'-tis). Inflammation of iron- 

Junctiva. 
CON'NATE (kon'-dt). Present at birth ; congenital union. . 
CONNECTIVE TIS'SUE. Tissue element supporting animal 

body. 
CONSANGUIN'ITY(kon-8ang-guin'-i-te). Relationship; ofsame 

blood. 
CONSEN'SUAL (konnsen'-sii-al). Independent of will; invo' . 

untary. 
CONSER'VATIVE (konnser'-va-tive). Preventing destruction. 
COl^SBRVBUkoB-8erv')» A mass mixed with sugar. 
CONSISnrBNCR. Density of a substance. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. <S 

CONSTIPA'TION (kon-sti-pa'-fihuii). Delayed dofeoatlon ; cos- 
tive. 

CONSTITU'TION. The state or pbyRical condition of an 
animal; composition. 

CONSTITUTIONAL DISEAS'ES. Diseases aflecting the entin> 
animal body ; not localized. 

CONSTRICTOR. Applied to muscles that contract. 

CONSTRIN'OBNT (lion-strin'-Jent). See astringent. 

CONSULTATION. Exchange of professional eomiKi^l and 
advice regarding a patient. 

CONSUMPTION (IconHSump'-shai)). Phthisis; a pulmonary 
disease, characterized by waste of tissue. 

CONTA'OION. The process of propagation of disease. 

CONTA'OIOUS (kon-t&'-Jus), Disease communicated by contact. 

CONTA'GIUM. Germs causing propagation of a disease. 

CONTORTED (kon-tor'-ted). Twisted; distorted. 

CONTRACTILITY. Capable of contraction. 

CONTRACTION. Act of drawing together. 

CONTRA-INDICATION. Non-prescription of a remedy be- 
cause of another ailment being irritated by it. 

CONTU'SION. A bruise. 

CO'NUS (kd'-nus). Marginal crescent of optic disc. 

CONVALES'CENCE. Period of gradual improvement succeed- 
ing an illness. 

CONVER'GENT (kon-ver'-Jent). Having a common point of 
union. 

CON'VEX (kon'-veks). Outward curvature ; opposed to concave; 

CONVOLUTION. Tortuous winding of an organ. 

CONVUI/SION. Severe involuntary muscular contraction. 

COORDINATION. Working together for a common resuJ t. 

COPAI'BA (kd-pft'-bah). A resinous stimulant, exhibited in 
diseases of mucous membranes. 

COPHaSIS (k6-f5'-sis). Deafness. 

COP'PERAS. Oreen vitriol ; commercial ferrous salphat(>. 

COP'ROLITH (kop'-r6-lith). An iptestinal concretion. 

COPR08TASI8 (ko-pros'-ta-sls). Non-expulsion of feces ; con- 
stipation. 

COPTIS. Goldthread. 

COPULATION (kop-u-l&'-shunj. Cohabitation; coitus. 

CORD, UMBILICAL. Fetal attachment to placenta. 

COR'DIAL (kord'-yal). A stimulating aromatic liqueur. 

COR'DIFORM (kor'-di-form). Having a cardiac shape. 

CORECTASIS (ko-rek'-ta-sis). Dilatation ot \k\xvW ^t «^^ v: 

CORECTOMB (ko-rek'-t6m). Inslxumetvl \<^ \kCix\wcvcv vvnxv-vv 
tomy. 



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COREC'TOMY (ko-reb'-to-mp|. EiclBian n( IrLx to ealabllhli 

COREHOR'PHOSIS |hor-e-inor'-rif<1fl\ See Coreolomy. 

COREON'CION (kor-o-on'-sc-on). IrLs forceps used in corortoi 

COR'EPLASTY. OpCTtttion eBtabliBhlng urtmclal pupil. 

CORET'OMY (ko-ret'iVinf). See Irlilotomy. 

CORtAN'DER (kfire-an'-der). A BllrauLant and farm;iiuil> 

COHIUH (kiy-re-nm). T)ia derniH. 

CORN. Catanouus Induration on lop or toe. 

COR'NBA (kor'-HP-ali). Anterior ImnsparL-nt portion of .-y. 

CORNEI'TIS |kor-n»-l'-tU). Bee KcratiLlB. 

CORNICULA LARYN'OIS. Two Inrrngeal.carltla^lnoHs r 

CORN' SMUT. Ree SItgmariL MnydlB. 

COR'NU (kor'-nfi), A jiolnted procees 

COR'NU-CER'VI. HnrlBhorn. 

COR'NUS (kor'-DnB). Dogn-ood; an BBlrlDgonl Ionia. 

COR'HUTIN (kor'-nii-tln). Principal constituent of pn.-it. 

CORO'NA (kS-rO'-nah). A crown. 

CORCNA DENTIS. Crown of a tooth. 

CORO'NA QLAN'DIS. Pcrlpherf of glHUH penis. 

CORO'NA VEN'ERIS. Syphilitic affection of forehead. 

CORO'NAL (kor-o'-DHl). PerUlQlne 1o a pron-n. 

COR'ONABY (kor' o-nfi-re'. EnoirnllnK. 

COR'ONER. A public officer who determlopi^ chubc of ri ■ 

CDR'OHOID (kor'-o-nold). Hsvlne ap pea ranee of or perluir 

COR'PORA (kor'-p6-rah). Plural of corputi. 
COR'PORA CAVERNO'SA. Peolle erectile atruelure. 
COR'PORA QUADRIGEM1NA. Nucleated emlQenceBiiI a 

CORPSE (korpKi. A dead body. 

COR'PULENT. Obeee; of large proportions; fnl. 

COR-PUS (kor'.pUB). A body. 

COR'PUS CALLO'8UM. Fibrous matter Joining two he 

COR'PUS SPONCIO'SUM, Bulbous extremity of penis. 
COR'PUSCLE (kor'-pus-l). A very small body. 
COR'PUSCLES OF B1.00D. Reddish discs in the blood. 
COR'PUSCl.E8, MALPIO'HIAN. The Bpletiic corpuscles. 
CORPUS'CULATED. Containing eorpuBcles. 
rOSREC'TlVE (kor-rck'-tlT). Agent mollirylng effect « 

^eoKffSt.A T/ON (ln>r'0-Ii--Kbun). MiHaal iivcotQinQnio\»^ 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. flS 

CORROB'ORANT (ko-rob'-6-rant). A strengthening remedy. 
CORRO'SIVE (ko-ro'-slv). Agent that consumes or eats away. 
CORRO'SIVE SUB'LIMATB. Mercuric chloride. 
COR'TEX. Outer layer of an organ, as of brain, eU\ A bark. 
COR'TICAL (kor'-te-kal). Pertaining to the cortex. 
CORY'ZA (k6-rr-zah). Inflammation of nasial mucous mem- 
brane. 
COSMET'IC (koz-met'-ik). Unguent used to improve the skin. 
COS'MOLINE (koz'-mo-lin). Petrolatum. 
COSTA (kos'-tah). A rib. 
COS'TAL (kos'-tal). Pertaining to a rib. 
COS'TIVE (kos'-tiv). A symptom of constipation. 
COS'TOTOME (kos'-to-tom). An instrument for costal section. 
COT'TON. See Gossypium. 
COT'YLOID CAVITY. See Acetabulum. 
COUCH'-ORASS. See Triticum. 
COUGH (kawf ). Momentary pulmonary convulsion, causiiiy: 

noise, as air is violently expelled from lungs. 
COUN'TER-EXTENS'ION. Method employed to assist oxtrn- 

sion. 
COUN'TER-IRRITA'TION. Irritation of a part to benefit 

another srflTected part. 
COURS'ES. See Menses. 
COURT PLASTER. Isinglass composition on silk to protect 

wound. 
CONVEUSE'. A brooder for new-born infants. 
CO^V'PER'S GLANDS. Two racemose glands above bulb o' 

urethra. 
CO W'POX. Disease of cows with cutaneous eruption ; the virus 

of pustules used as vaccine. 
COX'A. The hip. 

COXA'GRA (koks-a'-grah). Pain in the hip. 
COXAL'GIA (koks-al'-je-ah). See Coxagra. 
COXA'RIUS. Pertaining to the hip-Joint. 
COXARTHRITIS (koks-ar-thri'-tis). Coxarius gout. 
COXITIS (koks-V-tis). Inflammation of hip-Joint. 
CRACKED-POT SOUND. Metallic reverberation, present w lien 

percussion is made over a cavity. 
CRA'DLE. Arch protecting a part from bed-clothing. 
CRAMP. Painful spasm and contraction of muscles. 
CRA'NIAL (kra'-ne^l). Pertaining to the cranium. 
CRA'NIOCELE (kra'-ne-o-sel). See Encephalocele. 
CRA'NIOCLASM. Using of cranioclast to bt^i^kV;. \^\^\ -^^^s^wNN. 
CRA'NIOCLAST. Instrument used to pettoTvcv ev^\YV'^*i\'5v^'K^> 
CRANJOL'OQY. Science relating to sls-uWa. 



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CRANIOM'ETBR. InBtrumcnt aBPd la mi^saure a skull. 
CRANIOM'ETRY (hrH-ne-ora'-e-tre). Using the eraolouie 
CRANIOP'AGUS [kra-ne-op'-a-Kiis). Scd CephQlopHgUH. 
CRANIOPLASTY. Plastic surgery of ekull. 
CRANIOS'COPY. Sen Pbrenoloey. 
CRANIOSTO'SIS. Fetal craDlnl euturea oeBilled. 
CSATtlOTOME. ItiHtrumeul useil in cnuilouiniy. 
CRANIOT'OMY. Crushing tile fcUl skull. 
CRANIUM (kra'-De-um). TbeBknll. 
CRE'ASOTE. A iK>M-erful antiseptic: wooil-tap i>pmliii-t. 
CRE'ATIN. P.ee. Kreutlu. 
CREAT1NII4. I^ce Krcatlnln. 

CREMATION (krC-ma'HtliaiO- Burning ot aniniHl .ir vpgeUbU 

CRE'MOR. CrEsm. 

CRE'NATE ikru'-nillj. Ijirl«oted ; nlukert. 

CRB'OLIN, A IdcHl antiseptic ; a iKuil-tur i^roilui'I. 

CRE8T{krmt). Apex; oroirii. 

CRBTA<kny-Uti). Cbatk. 

CRETA'CEOUS (kre-In'-^bc-usl. 0( a chalky natbrv. 

CRE'TIN (kre'-tlu). A creUnlcBUhJecL 

CRETIN'IC(krL'-tln'-lk). Relatlnff tocretlnt.i^m. 

CRETINISM. An Alpine dlseHse, with Imperrect deveto] 

aocompanlGd by dullnCBB ot senses. 
CRIB'RIFORM (k rib '-re-form). Having appearance of ii 
CRl'COm (krl'-kold). Rlog-shapeil. 
CRI'COID CARTILAGE. Laryngeal cartliHge havlngahapeu 

CRIM'INAL MALPRACTICE. Abortiun Induced whe 

IherapeutlcuUy indl(^atell. 
CRraiS (Kri'^ls). Height of a dlaeasi'. 
CRITICAL (krllM-kal). Pertaining Ui n rTJais : precarl^ii 
CRCyCUS (kro'-kus). SoSVoit. 

CROTCH'ET. Hook ff.r drawing out product of a orarilu 
CROTON CHLO'RAL. An anodyne null anesthetic. 
CROTON OIL. A patent droslla purgative. 
CROUP (krnop). Tracheal and laryngeal iiiflainuiatluii \tmi 

CRU'CIAL lkrn'.4he-a]). Croxs-shaped, 
CRU'OR (kra'Jir). Clotted or L-oagulaled blood. 
CHO'ORINIkrO'-or-lii), Hemoglobin. 
CttWRA cirO'-rah). Plural of Cros. 
\ CRU'ttAi. (■trQ'-raJ). Pertaining to llie ctutd. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. fT 

CRURE'US (krii-re'-us). A niURcle of the thigh. 

CRUS (krus). A leg or resembling a leg. 

CRUSTA (krus'-tah). A scab or crust; the basal portion of 
Crura Cerebri. 

CRYPT (kript). A sraail cavity. 

CRYPTS OF LIE'BERKUHN (lO'-ber-keii). Minute, tubular 
intestinal glands. 

CRYPTOCEPH'ALUS. Monster w!th undeveloped head. 

CRYPTODID'YMUS. A fetus with i n a fetus. 

CRYPTOPHTHAL'MOS (krlpt-off-thal'-raos). Congenital pal- 
pebral union, with defective eyeball. 

CRYPTOR'CHID, CRYPTOR'CHIS (kript-or'-kld, kript-or'-kls). 
One afflicted with cryptorchidism. 

CRYPTORCHIDISM. Abdominal or inguinal retention of 
testicles. 

CRYS'TALLIN (kris'-tal-in). Globulin. 

CRYSTALLINE LENS. Transparent structure of the eye. 

CRYSTALLOID (krls'-t&l-oid). Resembling a crystal. 

CUHBEBS. A stimulant to a mucous membrane, used in 
gonorrhea. 

CUTBIT (ku'-bit). The forearm, 

CU'BOID BONE. A small tarsal bone. 

CU'CA (kG'-kah). See Ery throxylon. 

CUCUR'BIT(kQ-ker'-blt). A cupping glass. 

CUIRASS' CAN'CER (kw^rahs')* Cancer of breast forming a 
hard mass resembling a breast-plate. 

CUL'-DE-SAC (kool'-de-sak). A blind passage. 

CULTURE. The generation of germs in a broth or any nutri- 
tious substance. 

CUNEIFORM CARTILAGE. Small cartilaginous nudules oi 
larynx. 

CUNEIFORM BONES. Three tarsal bones. 

CUNEUS (kfi-ne'-us). A cerebral convolution. 

CUNTIUS (kun'-nus). The vulva. 

CUP'PING. Bleeding a person by use of cupping glafiM. 

CU'PRUM (ka'-prum). Copper. 

CURA'RE (kd-rah'-re). A deadly poison causing motor-nerve 
paralysis, used in spasmodic diseases. 

CURETTE' (k&-retO. Spoonnshaped instrument for cleaning 
cavities. 

CUSP (kusp). Point on top of a tooth. 

CUS'PIDATE TEETH. Canine teeth. 

CUTA'NEOUS (kQ-ta'-ne-us). Pertaining to \.\3ift %\s\tv, 

CUTICLE (kO'-ti-kJ). The epidermVa. 

CUTIS (kH^'tiB), The derma. 



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CUTIS ANSERI'NA. See Goose Skin. 

CYANHIDRO'SIS (sl-an-hi-drd'-els). Bluish perspiration. 

CY'ANIDB. Combination of cyanogen with an element. 

CYANODER'MA (sl-arno-der'-mah). See Cyanosis. 

CYAN'OOEN. A poisonous gas ; a compound radical. 

CYANOP'ATHY (sl-an-op'-a-the). See Cyanosis. 

CYANO'SIS. Bluish, cutaneous discoloration caused by lack 
of oxygen in the blood. 

CYANOTIC (si-an-otMk), Pertaining to cyanosis. 

CYCLI'TIS (si-klV-tis). Inflammation of the ciliary Ixnly. 

CYCLOCEPH'ALUS. Monster affected with cyclopia. 

CYCLO'PIA (si-klo'-pe-ah). Union of orbits, making- one oyc? iu 
centre of face. 

CYCLOPLE'OIA (8i-kl6-pl5'-je-ah). Paralysis of ciliary muscle. 

CY'CLOPS (si'-klops). A monster affected with cyclopia. 

CYCLOT'OMY. Surgery of ciliary muscle. 

CYDO'NIUM (si-dd'-ne-um). Q,uince-seed ; a demulcent. 

CYESIpL'OGY (si-6-s§-or-o-je). Science of pregnancy. 

CYESIOGNO'SIS (si-e-s^-og-no'-sis). Diagnosis of pregnancy . 

CYNAN'CHE (si-nang'-ke). Sore throat. 

CYNAN'CHB TONSILLA'RIS. See Quinsy. 

CYNOPHO'BI A (sl-no-fo'-be-ah). See Pseudo-hyd ropliobi a . 

CYOPHO'RIA (si-6-f6'-re-ah). Pregnancy. 

CYPHO'SIS (si-fo'HSis). Spinal curvature. 

CYPRIPB'DIUM. Lady's slipper. 

CYRTOM'ETER. An instrument for measuring curves of 
chest. 

CYRTO'SIS (sir-td'-fiis). Spinal curvature. 

CYST(8ist). An abnormal membranous sac containing li aid. 

CYSTAL'OIA (sis-tal'-Je-ah). Pain in the bladder. 

CYSTATRO'PHIA (sis-ta-tr6'-fe-ah). Atrophy of bladder. 

CYSTEC'TASY (sist-ek'-tfinse). Dilatation of the bladder. 

CYS'TIC (sis'-tik). Pertaining to a cyst. 

CYSTIFELLEOT'OMY. See Cholecystotomy. 

CYSTINU'RIA (sis-tin-ft'-re-ah). Deposltof cystln in the urine. 

CYSTIRRHA'GIA (sis-tl-ra'-Je-ah). Hemorrhage of the bladder. 

CYSTIRRHE'A (sis-ti-re'-ah). Catarrh of the bladder. 

CYSTIS (sis'-tis). See Cyst. 

CYSTI'TIS (sistri'-tis). Inflammation of the bladder. 

CYST'ITOME (sist'-i-t6m). See Cystotome. 

CYSTOBUBON'OCELE. Inguinal hernia with bladder com- 
plications. 

CYST'OCELE (sist'-6-sel). Hernia of the bladder. 

CYSTODYN^IA ^«ist-o-din'-e-ah). Neuralgia of the bladder. 
CYST'OLITH (si8t '-o-lith). Calculus formed \n t\ie ^Aaaei^T. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 09 

CYSTOLITHrASIS. Calculus in the bladder. 
CYSTOLITH'IC (slst-o-lithMk). Pertaining to vesical calculus. 
CYSTCMA (sist-d'-mah). Cystic tumor. 
CYST'OPLASTY. Plastic vesical surgery. 
CYSTOPLB'OIA (sist-o-plS'-Je-ah). Paralysis of the hladder. 
CYSTOSCOPE. Instrument for vesical examination. 
CYST'OSPASM. Spasm of the bladder. 

CYS^OTOMB (sist'-o-tdm). Instrument used in vesical sur- 
gery. 
CYSTOT'OMY (sistK)t'-6-me). Incision of the bladder. 
CYTI'TIS (si-tr-tis). See Dermatitis. 
CY'TOBLAST (si'-tO-blast). The cell-nucleus. 
CYTODIER'ESIS(si-t6<li-er'-e-sis). Cell division. 
CYTOGBN'BSIS (sl-t6-gen'-e-sis). Formation of cellH. 
CYTOCBNY (sl-toj'-e-ne). See Cytogenesis. 
CY'TOID (sl'-toid). Resembling a cell. 
CYTOL'OGY (s!-tol'-o-Je). Science relating to ceils. 
CY'TOPLASMA (si'-td-plaz-raah). See Protoplasm. 



D. 

DACRYADBNAL'GIA (dak-re-ad-e-nar-je-ah). Pain in lachry- 
mal gland. 

DACRYADBNI^IS (dak-re-ad-en-V-tls). Infiammatipn of lach- 
rymal gland. 

DACRYGELO'SIS (dak-re-je-l6'-8is). Repeated weeping spells 
followed by hysterical laughter. 

DACRYOCYSTAL'QIA (dak-re-o-sist-al'-Je-ah). Pain in lachry- 
mal sac. 

DACRYOCYSTITIS (dak-re-o-sist-l'-tis). Inflammation oflach- 
rymal sac. 

DAC'RYGLITE. I^iachrymal calculus. 

DACRYOSOLBNITIS. Inflammation of lachrymal ducts. 

DACTYL (dak'-til). A finger. 

DACTYLATE (dak'-ti-iat). Resembling a dactyl. 

DACTYL'ION (dak'-til-e-on). Fingers Joined by a membranous 
web. 

DACTYLITIS (dak-til-i'-tls). I nflammation of finger or toe. 

DAMIA'NA (dam-e-a'-nah). An aphrodisiac. 

DAN'DELION (dan'-dMi-on). See Taraxacum.' 

DAN'DRUFF. The scaly product of a scalp affection. 

DARTOID (dar'-toid). Resembling the dartos. 

DARTOS. Covering of the testes wwA^y \.\i^ ^q,xo\»\ 'e^^\xv. 

DARTRE (dar'-tr). Term for scaVAjy ^\^\tv ^Ve.^?^^'^- 



WAnNERS POCKET MEDICAf. 
VINISM. Theory of Darwin, malnlalnlnelhepvolui! 
or aulnlBLB. 
QATIJRCNE. Alhalold or slramonlum. 
□AV-BLINO'NESS. UlmaesB of vIbIod in dayllcbl. 
DEAF KlcQ. Totally or partlHlly unable to Ueur. 
DEAF-MU'TISM (def-mfl'-tlimj. Uoable to hear or speak. 
DEAF'NESS (def'-nea). State of baJog deaf. 
DEATH (deLh). Extinction or deBtrucllon of lift. 
DEATH'- RATTLE. Bound fti larynx of one to tbroea of death. 
DEBIl/ITATE (dfl-bll'-l-Lit). To weakeo. 
DE'BOVE-S MEM'BRANE. Bronchial layer of gennlnal cella. 
DECAGRAMME (dek'-a-gram). Ten granimt's ; litaz grolnB. 
DECALClFlCA'TtON. Elimination Dfllmo from bone or othe 



DECALITRE (dck'-a-li-ter). Ten Itlrea; 2.61 gal lonn. 
DECAMETRE (dotc'-a-m^-ter). Ten metres; 32.S feet. 
DECANTA'TION. The act of removing a lliiuld, teavlog tha I 

DBCAPITA'TION. Cutting oW fetsl head U 
DKCID'UA(dL-Bid'-n-alO. Uterlnp membrane en veloplngi 
DECID-UOUS TEETH. Milk leoth. 
DECIQRAHME. Onc-lcnlUor agrammc. 
DECALITRE. Onc-tenthof alltre. 
DECIMETRE. One-tenth of a metre. 
DECOCTIQN. Solution reBultlng from boiled vegetable c 
DECOLLATION (dfrkO-U'-Bhun). Bee Decapitation. 
DECOMPOSIT'ION. PutrcfucUon ; deouy; roduclion 



DECU'BITUS (dlSkO'-bl-tna). Bee Befl.Borc. 

DEDBNTITION (di;-den-tlah'-on]. Losing the teeth. 1 

DEFECATION (dof-e-k3,'-Bhnn). Fecal evacuation. J 

DEF'SRENS {def-er-eni). Bee Vaa Deferenn. I 

DEFER VES'CENCE (ile-fer-vcs'-ene). Decline of temperature. 

DEFIBRINATION. EllmlnatiouoCabrln. 

DEFLORATION (de-fld-rfi'-^hun). Cohabitation with a virgin. 

DEFORMATION Id e-for-mi'-obun). Actof being deformed. 

DEFOEM'ITY (de-tor'-ral-le). Abnormal formation or growth; 

dlaflguratlon. 
DEGENERATION. Change of n part or function to a lower 

DEGENERATION. AM'YLOID. .VIbumluoua InHltratlun of a 

DEGENERATION, CALCA'REOUS. Formation ol lime In 

FENERATION, FATTY. Change ot a l\«aoe to 1»V. 



• DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 71 

DEGLUTrxiGN (deg-lQ-tish'-on). Swallowing. 

DEHYDRA'TION (de-bi-dr&'-ehun). Elimination of water from 
a substance. 

DEJECTION (d&Jek'-snun). Voiding of fecal matter. Melan- 
choly. 

DELACTATION (d3-lac-t&'shun). To deprive of the breast. 

DELIQUES'CENCE (del-e-kwes'-ens). Process of becoming: 
moist by absorption of water. 

DBLIR'IANT (de-lir'-e-ant). Capable of producing delirium. 

DELIR'IUM (dMir'-e-um). Unconsciousness, with wild inco- 
herent speech ; wandering of the mind. 

DELIR'IUM TRE^MENS. Condition caused by excessive use 
of alcohol. 

DELIVERY (d€-liv'-er-e). Child-birth. » 

DEL'PHINA O'LEUM. Porpoise oil. 

DEL'PHININE (del'-fln-in). Poisonous alkaloid of staphisagria. 

DELTOID. Resembling a right-angled triangle; triangular 
muscle of the shoulder. 

DBLU'SION (de-lu'-zhun). The state of being deluded. 

DEMENTIA (d€-meo'-fihe-ah). Insanity; idiocy; mental decay. 

DEMONOMA'NIA. Insanity in which the hallucination is the 
presence of many devils. 

DEMUL'CENT. Agent soothing external irritation. 

DEMUTIZATION. Teaching deaf-mutes to articulate words. 

DENG'UE (dang'-gfi). Intensely feverish disease, ostalgia and 
eruption. 

DENS(denz). A tooth. 

DEN'SITY. State of being compact; closeness. 

DENTA'ORA (den-tag'-rah). Toothache; instrument for pull- 
ing teeth. 

DENTAL. Pertaining to the teeth. 

DENTAPHONE. Instrument placed between the teeth U> 
promote sense of hearing. 

DENTATA (den-t&'-tah). The second cervical vertebra. 

DENTES SAPIENTIA. Wisdom teeth. 

DENTIFICATION. The process of forming teeth. 

DENTIFRICE (den'-ti-fris). Dental cleansing substance. 

DENTINE. Hard external substance of a tooth. 

DENTISTRY (den'-tis-tre). The science relating to the cure 
and care of teeth. 

DENTITION Period when teeth first appear. 

DENTOID. Resembling a tooth. 

DENUDATION (den-u-d&';8hun). The surgical uncoverltL^ <v<. 
apart. 

DENUTRl^lON (de-nO-trish'-on). lnRwmc\eT\\.w>a\.^\V\«tv. 



72 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

DEODORANT (de-d'-do-rant). Agent destroying an odor. 

DEODORI'ZER (ded-dd-ri'-zer). See Deodorant. 

DEOXIDA'TION. Elimination of oxygen. 

DEPILATION (dep-i-lft'HShun). Loss of hair, natural or in- 
duced. 

DBPIL'ATORY (de-pil'-a-to-re). Substance used to remove tlie 
hair. 

DEP'ILOUS (dep'-i-lus). Absence of hair. 

DEPLETION. Withdrawal of humors f^om the body. 

DEPRES'SANT. Medicine causing decreased activity of heart. 

DEPRES'SION. A hollow ; melancholia. 

DEP^RANT (dep'-u-rant). Eliminating impurities; purifying. 

DEPURA'TION (dep-u-ra'-shun). The work of a depurant. 

DERADELPH'US (der-a-delf-us). Double monster liaving but 
one head. 

DERADENI'TIS (der-ad-en-l'-tis). Inflammation of glands of 
the neck. 

DERANGE'MENT. Mental decay ; insanitj*. 

DERBYSHIRE NECK. Goitre. 

DER'MA (der'-niah). Tho true skin or corium. 

DER'MAL. Pertaining to the skin. 

DERMAL'GIA (der-mal'-je-ahj. Painful affection of skin. 

DERMATA'GRA (der-mat-ag'-rah). See Pollagra. 

DERMATAL'GIA (der-mat^al'-je-ah). See Dornialgia. 

DERMATI'TIS (der-mat-l'-tis). Cutaneous inflammation. 

DERMATOQ'RAPHY (der-mat-og'-ra-fe). Description of tlie 
8kin. 

DER'MATOID (der'-matrold). Resembling skin. 

DERMATOL'OGY (der-matK>l'-6-je). Science relating to tlio 
skin. 

DERMATOMYCO'SIS. Fungoid affection of the skin. 

DERMATONEURO'SIS. Neurosis of the skin. 

DERMATON'OSIS (der-mat-on'-o-sis). Term for various cuta- 
neous affections. 

DERMATO'SES (der-mat-6'-sez). Diseases of the skin. 

DERMATOT'OMY (der-mat-ot'-<Vme). Incision of skin. 

DERMATOZO'A (der-mat-o-zo'-ah). Animal parasites of skin. 

DER'MIC (der'-mik). Pertaining to the skin. 

DER'MIS (der'-mis). See Derma. 

DERMOG'RAPHY. See Dermatography. 

DER'MOID (der'-moid). See Dermatoid. 

DER'MOPH YTE (der'-mo-fit). Vegetable parasites of tlic ski n. 

DERMOT'OMY (der-mot'-o-me). See Dermatotomy. 

jD^JiOmD'YMUS (dor-o-did'-a-muB). A double-headed monster. 
DBS'AULT'S SPLINT, Splint used \n fomoraV traclvxTc^. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 73 

DESCEND'ENS. Descending. 

DESCEND'ENS NCXNI. Branch f^om hypoglossal nerve. 

DESICCATION (des-i-k&'-shnn). Drying; elimination of moist- 
are fW>m a substance. 

DES'ICCATIVE. Agent eliminating moisture from tissues. 

DESMI'TIS (des-mi'-tis). Inflammation of a ligament. 

DE8MODYN1A (des-mo-din'-e^h). Pain in a ligament. 

DESMOQUAPHY (des-mog'-ra-fe). Description of the liga- 
ments. 

DES'MOID. Having the appearance of a bundle. 

DESMOL'OQY des-mol'-d-ge). A work relating to ligaments. 

DESMOP'ATHY (des-mop'-a-the). Disease of a ligament. 

DESMOT'OMY (des-mot'-6-me). Dissection of ligaments. 

DESPUMA'TION (des-pa-ma'-shun). Foaming; frothing. 

DESQUAMA'TION(des-kwa-miV-shun). Cutaneous exfoliation. 

DESUDA'TION (des-O-dfi'-shun). Abnormal sweating. 

DETER'GENT (dfi-ter'-Jent). Agent having cleansing aiul 
purifying qualities. 

DETRI'TION (do-trish'-on). Wearing away or atrophy <jf u 
part. 

DETRI'TUS (de-trl'-tus). Substance resulting from deHtruction 
of a part. 

DEUTEROP'ATHY (dQ-ter-op'-a-the). Secondary form of a 
disease. 

DEVEL'OPMENT (dg-vel'-op-raent). State of undor>?oing 
changes, tending to completion. 

DEVIA'TION. Progressing in an abnormal direction. 

DEVITALIZE (de-vi'-tal-iz). The act of destroying life. 

DEWEE8' CARMIN'ATIVE. A compound of asafetida and 
magnesia. 

DEXIOCARD'IA. State in which heart is on the right instead 
of left side. 

DEX'TRAD ^deks'-trad). In a direction to the right side. 

DE'XTRAL (deks'-tral). Pertaining to the right side. 

DEX 'TRINE. A substance resembling gum arable. 

DIABETES INSIPIDUS. Abnormal secretion of urine. 

DIABE'TES MELXITUS. Polyuria containing sugar. 

DIABET'IC (d!-a-betMk). Pertaining to diabetes. 

DIABROT'IC (d!-arbrotMk). Agent destroying tissues. 

DIACETU'RIA. Acetic acid in the urine. 

DIACH'YLON PLASTER (dl-ak'-e-lon\ Lead plaster. 

DIACLA'SIA. Operation of crushing a bone, preceding ampu- 
tation. 

DIAC'RISES (di-ak'-ri-ses). Dlseaseft v:\V\i c\\ft.TvsCv\vJ, '^ ^ '^•^^^-cw 

tiODA. 



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DIACRISIOCRAPHY (dl-o-hrls-e-og'-rB^li!). DfBcripIiTe ircatls* 

upon aecrelory appBratiig, 
DIACNCSIS. DlBtlORUlBhliiE a disease by lt> By raptoma. 
DIAL'VSIB (ill-(ir-c-slB). Process or separating parla i 

^"SIS «li-a-pe-(le'-als). Exudation of blood corpnsolea , 

wltliout vaaeiilar rupture. 
DIAPH'ANOSCOPB. ApparatDB havlDg oleclric light uaed li 

eiamloe cavil) en. 
DIAPH'ANOUS (dl-oP-a-nusl. Prrmiltiog paaaaec at light. 
[>IAPHORE'SlS(d>a'I5-rf--alH). Producllon of peraplratluii. 
[)lAPHORET'lC(ai-a-ffi-rel'-lltl. Agent producing aecreUon of 

BWeaL SeeBudorlnc. 
Dl'APHRAOM (di'-a-ft-am). MUBi^lee Hcparallng thoracic 

abdominal cnvltliis. 
D1APHRACMAL.'GIA (dl-a-l^ag-mal'-Je^h). Pain io the dU. 

aphragm. 
APHRAGUI'TIS (dl-a-rrag-ml'-Us). Inflammation of 

□lAPHRAGMODYNlA (di-a-frtig-m6-d1n'.«-ah>. Hue Dlaphrac 

DIAPH'VSIS (di-.ir.e«lB). Middle part of long aylindrloM: 

boilGB. 

lAPXAStS {di-ap'-la-HlH). Replacing la lla correct poaltio 
ftPLEX'US (dl-a-plek'^uB). Chomid pleiUB of third ver 

APVE'SIS (di-B-plH}'^tl8). Suppnrallon. 
[APYET'IC (dl-a-pi-et'.lk). Promoting suppuration. 
lARRHE'A (dl-a-re'-Rh). ExccdHlvc number of watery m.. 

abnormal flow. 
lARTHR(ySlS<d!-ar-lhrn'-BiNl. An lei iluMon al loving niol 

in any direction. 
lASTALTIC (dl-a-Btal'-tlh). Bee Reflex. 
'ABTASE. Nilmgrniius product of grain (brmentatluM , 



[.D/: 



lASTOLE (di-BB'-Lu-I^J. Moment of cardiac dilatation : 

[ASTOL'IC (dl-B-slol'-ik). Pertaining to the dlaalolo. 
OIATHER'tlAL (dl-a-lher'-nial) (.apable of inmBmlll: 
radiant heat. 
[ATH'ESIS (di'Bth'-e.sl»). A oiinditlon predispOHOd to » f 

tain dlBeiise. 
'CEPH'ALOUS Idi-Bef-B-luB). Tao-beaded monaler. 
■CHROiBM (dr-taro-ltm). Peculiar property of a Rub»!an 
l\y ■■hanging color when moM-d 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. W 

DICORnrPHUS (dl-kor'-e-AiB). See Dicephalous. 

DICROTIC (di-krot'-ik). Doable beating as of pulse. 

DIDACTYLE (dl-dak'-til). Having but two fingers or toes. 

DIDYMAL'GIA. Pain in a testicle. 

DIDYMI'TIS (did-e-mi'-tis). See Orchitis. 

DID'YMOUS (did'-e-mus). Growing in pairs. 

DIENCEPH'ALON (di-en-sef-a-lon). Middle brain containing 
pineal gland, etc. 

DIER'ESIS (di-er'-e-sis). Process of division. 

DI'ET (di'-et). Foods ; victuals ; to eat sparingly. 

DI'ETARY (di'-e-tfi-re). Pertaining to diet; systematic diet. 

DIETETIC (di-^tetMk). Pertaining to diet. 

DIETETICS. Science relating to diet. 

DIETHYL'AMINE. A non-toxic ptomaine of putrefaction. 

DIFFRACTION. Deviation of rays of light upon entering a 
small aperture. 

DIFFUSE'. Spread out. 

DIGASTRIC (di-gas'-trikj. Having two bellies; applied to 
digastric muscle. 

DIGEN'ESIS (di-jen'-e^is). Having two methods of generation. 

DIG'ERENT (dij'-e-rent). A digestive. 

DIGEST' (di-JestO* The change of food in the stomach before 
assimilation. 

DIGEST'ANT. Agent promoting and assisting digestion. 

DIGES'TION (dl-Jest'-shun). See Digest. 

DIG'IT (dy 'it). A finger or toe. 

DIG'ITAL (dlJM-t&l). Pertaining to a finger or toe. 

DIG'ITAL EXAMINA'TION. Local examination using a finger. 

DIGIT A'LIN (dU-it-&Min). Active principle of digitalis. 

DIGITA'LIS (dU-it-&Mis). Foxglove ; stimulant to the heart. 

DIG'ITATE (dU'-it-At). Ramous processes, resembling fingers. 

DIGNA'THUS (dig-n&'-thus). A double-Jawed monster. 

DIGLOS'SIA (di-glos'-se-ah). A person with two tongues. 

DILATA'TION (dil-a-tA'-shun). Enlargement of orifice or canal. 

DILATOR. Instrument used to perform dilation. 

DILIJENT (dir-ti-ent). An attenuating agent. 

DIMETRIA (di-mc'-tre-ah). Having a double uterus. 

DIMORPH'OUS (dl-morf-us). Having two distinct forms. 

DIN'NER PILLS. A pill of aloes, cinchona, etc. 

DIOPTRICS (di-op'-triks). Pcience of optics relating to refrac- 
tion. 

DIORTHO'SIS (dl-or-thd-sis). Setting a dislocated bone. 

DIOSCO'RBA. Diaphoretic ; a remedy for colVe. 

DIPHTHE'RIA (dlf-th6'-re-ah). DaiigeTou»,\^^^<^'^'^^'^^>^^^^^'^^ 
disease, with deposits on mucoviR iriemViTai^fe. 



n WARNEH'R POOKKT MEDICAL 

DOSIM'ETER (dfralm'-e-ter). InnHTjment ftir mpBsiirliiBtlMai 

or modleiae. 
DOBIM'ETRY (d6^1ra'-e-trc). MethodlOttl i.rpBurtpll.in of ear- 

tain drugs la flieil diees. 
DOS'3IL(dii8--il). aniBllcoDeof llDl. 
DOTHISNTERl'TIS (dolh-i-«n-tc-ri'-tlK>. Knterlc fever. 
DOUB'LB VIS'ION. SeeDlploplu. 
DOUCHB (doDsti). JeC of water applied to a part. 
DOUG'LAS'. CUL-DE-SAC. Beo Cul-de-BHC, 
DOUG1,AS, POUCH OP. See Cxil-dP-Biie. 
nO'VER'S POWDER. Powderoflpecacatid opium. 
SRACKU (dram). A wel^'lit ot HO gralos ; 3.Bf« grammeii. 
DRACUN'CULUS (dra-ktui'-Sa-las), See Guinea Worm, 
DRAGEE' (dra-ibai. Sugar-coaled pllL. 
DRAQ'ON ROOT ICipectoraut and dlaphure tic drug. 
ORAIN'AQE. CoDBtant removal of piiB by means n( artiaclai 

oauBlB, etc 
DRASTIC (droB'-llk). Violent acllva pnrgatl-ve. 
DRAUGHT (draft). Liquid prepuratlon inmntUutlng one diMB, 
ORES'SINO. Bandage, plunter, etc., wmppeil about a wound. 
DROM'OCRAPH, JoRtrumont for meaaurtng velocity ofblood. 
DROPPED'-HAND. Muacalar puralj-sla of forearm. 
BROP'SICAL. Pertaining to dropi>r: afi^ctedwltb dropBy. 
DROP'SY. Extravasation of Bcrous fluid Into cavitlen or 

areolar tlwiue. 
DRUG. BnbBUnce from whleb medicinal pre]>Brationa iire 

DRUU'-BEL'LV. SeeTyinpBiiltes, 

ORUM OP BAR. Kee Tympanum. 

DRY BEL'LY-ACHE. Bee Ulrdle Pain. 

DRY CA'RIES (ka'-rez). Bee OoychomyuoslK. 

DRYCUP'PING. CuppinsnltboulBCurlfleatloti. 

DUBINl'S DISEASE, Bee Electrical Chorea. 

DUBOIS'lA. Leaves fiirnlBhlng dabolBlne. 

DUBOI'SINE. Alkaloid ofduboliilu, resemblliig hyoneyamluii. 

DUCHENNE'S' PARAI/YSIS, See Paeu do-hyper trophic Par 

alysla. 
DUCT (dukt). Canal conveying a fluid. 
DUCT OF BAR-THOLIK. Sublingual gland duet. 
DUCT OF STE'NO. Excretory duel of parotid gland. 
DUCT OP WHARTON. Excretory duel of xubllugual gland. 
DUCTUS Id uk'-tUBl. Aeanal; dno 
DULCAMA'BA(dul-ka-ma'-rah). BittarBweel; remedy eiblbited 

/neb 
>VMB (a 



DICTIONAHX OF TO-DAY. 79 

IXJHB A'GUE idum-ll'-gflj. Iiilermltteiil. fever wlthuuL cbill. 
DUODB-NAL. (aOWWle'-iial). Pertain I iiB lo the duodenum. 
DUODENITIS (cIQ-A-dtn-l'-tia). luflainmaCloii of tho duod)?- 

DUODENOSTOMY (dfi-<><lfii-os'-b>inu). MaKlug Hri opening 

through abdominal wall and duodenum. 
' DUOD&'MUM(dil-0-d£'-Dum). Fln't pnrtof Bmul] InicHtlneH. 
DU'RA MATER. External nieuiliranouH .mverlng of Bplnul 

cord and bmln. 
DWARF. AbnormalHtnalliieBsorBlzp 
DVNAM'IC (dl-hum'-lk). Sm Slheuk'. 
DYNAM'OGRAPH, InetrumentrepordlngiitrenKthofmusuHlar 

uontrBcUons. 
DYNAMOM'ETER. InBlrumcnl UHed [u meH8ur>- HlrnngtU nl 

DYSACOU'SIS (dls-n-koo'-sls]. See HyperaknsU. 

DYSARTHRIA (dla-ar'-thre-ah). 8l'0 Dyalallu. 

OYSBA'SIA (dlB-ba'«e-ah). Impaired povier of lucoruotlon. 

DYSCHRE'A (dlB-krc'-«h). CutJknoouE dUooloratlou. 

DYSCHROMATOP'SIA. Inability to eaaily diatlnitulBli colon. 

DYSCOPHO'SI3. Impaired hearing. 

DYSCRA'SIA (dla-kra'-se-ah). Imperfect lieattb due to morbid 

DYSB'UIA <dlB.<>'-nie-Bh). A certain fortn of tili>od pDlaanln);. 
DYS'ENTERY. mieatlDal Intliinimatlou with bloody stools. 
DY3E8THE'BIA (dlB-oa-lhC-'.fle-ah). Impaired aenalblllty. 
DYSCBN'ESIS (dlB-Jen'-e-sia). Impaired generative power; 

unfertile. 
DYSHIDRoaiS, DYBIDRO'BIS, See Pompholyi. 
DYSKINE'SIA (dlH-ki-ne'^tt^ih). Difficult movemeul. 
DYSLA'LIA (dlB-lu'-le-ab). Impaired speech duo deformity. 
DYSHENORRHE'A <dla-men-5-r#'-ah). Palnnil or dlfflcull 

menBtruution. 
DYSOP^IA (dla-op'-^e-ahl. Impaired vision. 
DYSOREX'IA (dla-A-rek'-se-ah;. Morbid uptietiCi.-. 
DYSOS'HIA (dl8-oi'-mfl^h). An offenalvo odor. 
OYSOSPKRE'SIA (dlB-os-n^'^e-atil. Impaired aenac of amell, 
OYSPAREU'NIA [dlB-pa-roo'.ne-ah). DilBEult or polnmi ooIluH. 
DY5PEP'SIA(dla-pep'-se-ah). DefoctlvodlgeBtion; Indigestion. 
DYSPER'MIA (dIa-pEr'-mc-ah). Morbid stale of semen. 
DYSPHA'QIA (dla-E'-Je-ah). Difficulty in swallowing. 
DYSPHA'SIA (dlB-(5'-se-ahJ. Impaired apoech. 
DYSPKO'NIA (dlB-Io'-ne-ab}, Dimtrult speech d.u« ' 

pySFHRA-SIA (dls-fnl'-ze-oh). DetciM\ve aveec\>. 



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DYSPNE'A (disp-ne'-ah). Difficult breathing. 
DYSTA'SIA (dls-til'-se-ah). Inability to stand properly. 
DYSTHE'SIA. See Dyscrasla. 

DYSTO'CHIA (dis-t6'H5e-ah). Painful and difficult labor. 
DYSTROPHIA (dis-trd'-fe-ah). Impaired nutrition. 
DYSU'RIA (dis-u'-re-ah). Difficult or painftil urination. 



EAR (er). The organ of hearing. 

EAR'- ACHE (er'-ak). See Otalgia. 

EAR-COUQH (er'-koff). Reflex cough caused by auditory \rrU 

tation. 
EAR'-TRUMPET. An Instrument assisting sense of luarlng, 

by intensifying sound. 
EAR'- WAX (er'-waks). See Cerumen. 
EARTH'-BATH. Bee Arenatlon. 

EARTH', FUL'LER'S. Finely powdered absorbent earth. 
EAST'ON'S SYRIJP. Syrup of the phosphatesof iron, quinine 

and strychnine. 
EB'NER'S GLANDS. Serous glands of the tongue. 
EBURN ACTION (eb-er-na'-shun). Hardening of bon<', resem- 

bling ivory. 
ECAU'DATE (e-kaw'-dftt). Without a tail. 
ECBOLTC (ek-bolMk). Abortive; abortifacient. 
ECCHONDROItlA (ek-on-dry-mah). A tumor forming in a 

cartilage. 
ECCHONDRO'SIS (ek-on-dr5'-8ifi). See Ecchondroma. 
ECCHYMO'MA. Discolored, cutaneous swelling, due efftision 

of blood. 
ECCHYMO'SIS. Effusion of blood in tissue, causing cutaneous 

discoloration. 
ECCOPROT'IC (ek-6-protMk). A laxative. 
EC'CRISIS (ek'-ri-sls). Excretion of waste matter. 
ECCRIT'IC (ek-ritMk). Agent causing eccrisis. 
ECCYE'SIS (eknsi-e'-sls). Extra-uterine fetation. 
ECCYLIO'SIS (ek-sil-e-o'-sis). A disease affecting develop. 

ment. 
ECDEM'IC (ek-demMk). Opposed to endemic. 
ECDEMIOMA'NIA. Intense desire for travel. 
EC'DYSIS (ek'-di-sis). Cutaneous exfoliation. 
ECHOLA'LIA (ek-6-laMe-ah). Involuntary duplication of .an- 

other's words. 
SCHOPHRA'SIA rek-6-ft-a'-se-ah). See Ec\vo\a.\Va. 



EC1.AMP-S1A <f'k-1amp'-ne-nlit. i:onvul«lonB. Hpp I'lirTiinrnl 

Convulsions. 
ECLECTIC. ARraduHtcorerlQutlulBm. 
ECLECTICS. Branch of medli'Lnt conaiatlns «r extrH.aii of 

the teiuhlnsa or nil mcdl^wl BahoolB. 
E'COID (f-kold). Brilok-B term [nr ri^d norpusclPi atli'i' iDey 

bave lost their mior. 
ECOH'OUY (i-kon'-^V-nic). TIip animal orgimism. 
ECOUVIL'LDNAaE(a-koo-v^'yonK-AJ). A svabbluv: uiit.iuiof 

BCPHLYStS (ek'-AI-alB). SuperftrUl veBlcular rorranUuiT. 
ECPHRO'NIA (ek-my-oe^h). MolancliiiUiL ; Inuidty. 
BCPHY-UA (eb-n'-mnh). A gmwlh aa t.be skin. 
BCRA8EUR'(S-krah-ziihrO. An Instnimont wltli a win- l<"i|> 

(or removal of tissue, cte. 
SC'STASY (Bk'-«tfl-«c]. IniiuonaiUonreseinbLluKafranrv. 
KCTA8I8 (ek'-la-sid). DilaWllon of n. part. 
ECTHVUA (ek-thl'-mah). Pustular eruption of Bklti. 
ECTOCAR'DIA (pk-ta-kHT'-dewih). Malposlllon of the ht'iirl 
ECTODERM lek--IA4erm). Sea Blastoderm. 
ECTOPAOUS. Double monstar, connected by bWpi of oheitf . 
KCT0PAR'A8ITB(ek.«i-i)ur'-B-Blt). Parastteonsurraoeofbodj-. 
ECTOPHYTB (Pk'-l<>-nc). BoperflclHl vegctaliln paraalte or 

anlmalB. 
ECTO'PIA (ek-Uf-pe^bl. .MuljiOHltlon. 
eCTCPlA CORTllS. Men Eolooardla. 
ECTO'PIA LEN'TIS. Malposition urcryBidlllnclRBB. 
ECTOPIC (ck-topMk>. PcrUlnlngtOPutoplii. 
ECTOPIC QE8TA TION. Eitra-uterltie fetation. 
ECTOPLASM. External layer of cell. See Prolopliwni . 
BCTOBTEAL. PcrlalnluK to enteruQl Burfaee of a hone. 
ECTOSTO^IS. CurtllaginoiiK nsBlflcatlon between cartllai:!' 

and perlchoiidrlura. 
ECTOZO'A (Ok-lO-aV-ah). Superflplal parasltoH. 
ECTRODACTYL'IA. Cciugonilal ftbwncenf any Qngere ur in..*. 
ECTROWSLUS. MonBteriTlthstuDtoaemvIhof KmbB. 
BCTROTIDN, ECTRCPIUM. Palpebrnl evpotlon. 
ECTROTIC (flk-trot'-lk). Tending to abort. 
ECZEMA. Pustular dlnetwe or Hkin with Intense Itchjnii nn'l 

ECZEM'ATOID Cek zem'-a-told). Resembllu^ eczema. 
ECZEM'ATOUS (ek-iem'-a-ltiB). Having naturi^ of eczema. 
ECZEMATO^ES (ek-™ra-a-IO'«^). See Ei-Mnvo.«ia%. 
EDE'A (frdy-ahj. See Genltnlla. 
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EDEIC A (&<l^-mah). iDflltraUon of tissues with serous fluids. 

EDEM'ATOUS (6-dem'-a-tu8). Pertaining to edema. 

E'DENTATE, EDEN'TULOUS (e'-den-tat, 6-den'-tQ-lu8). Tooth- 
less. 

EDENTA'TION. The process of becoming edentulous. 

EDEOL'OQY (g-d&ol'-6-Je). Treatise on genital organs. 

EDaBLE (ed'-i-bl). Fit to be eaten ; proper food. 

EDOCBPH'ALOUS (&Kld-sef '-a-lus). Monster with penis where 
nose should be. 

EF'FERENT (ef'-er-ent). Carrying in an outward direction. 

EF'FLEURAQB (ef'-flur-azh). A stroke used in massage. 

EFFLORES'CENCE (ef-lor-es'-ens). Scarlet condition of skin. 

EFFLU'VIUM (e-flu'-ve-um). Obnoxious odor; exhalation. 

EFFLUXaON (ef-fluk'-shun). Abortion quickly following im- 
pregnation. 

EFFU'SION. A pouring out; infiltration of tissues with a 
fluid. 

EQESTA (e-Jes'-tah). Rectal excretions. 

EQQ. See Ovule. 

EQLAN'DULAR (g-glan'-dQ-lar). Without glands. 

BQOPH'ONY (§-goff'-d-u$). A bleating sound heard during 
auscultation. 

BGYPTIAN CHLORO'SIS (e-Jip'-shan-kld-rd'-sis). See Anchy- 
lostomiasis. 

EOYPT'IAN OPHTHALimiA. See Ophthalmia, Purulent. 

EHR'LICH*S METH'OD. Staining tubercle bacilli with methyl 
violet. 

EIXOID (I'-loid). Applied to tumors with rolling or coiling of 
skin. 

EISANTHE'MA (Is-an-tni'-mah). Exanthem forming on a 
mucous membrane. 

ElSOiyiC (is-odMk). Nerves branching out A*om spine. 

EJACULA'TION (e-Jak-ti-la'-shuu). Seminal discharge during 
coition. 

EJECTA (&Jek'-tah). A substance which is expelled. 

EJECTION (S-Jek'Hshun). Act of expelling. 

ELABORATION (e-lab-d-ra'-shun). Process of a substance 
preparatory to assimilation. 

ELA'IN (§-l£lMn). Fluid portion of oils. 

ELASTIC BAND'AGE. Rubber strips for compressing a part. 

ELASTIC TIS'SUE. A certain kind of connective tissue. 

ELASTIN (Mas'-tin). Albuminoid of elastic tissue. 

ELAT'ERIN (6-lat'-e-rin). Active principle of elaterium. 

^I^ATEHIUM. Hy dragogue cathartic obtained iVom tho 
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DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 88 

BL'BOW (er-b6). Joint uniting radius and humerus. 

BLCCSIS (el-kJ/Hsifl). Ulceration. 

ELECTRIC, ELECTRICAL. Pertaining to electricity. 

ELECTRICAL CHORE'A. An Italian disease, with contraction 
of muscles, paralysis, etc. 

ELECTRICITY. A force produced by firiction. 

ELECTRQ.CAU'TERY (&-lek'-trd-kaw'-ter-€). Using of electric- 
ity for destroying a part. 

ELECTRO-THERAPBU'TICS (Mek'-tro-ther-a-pQMiks). The 
science of electricity as related to medicine. 

ELECTROQBN'ESIS (g-lek-tr6-Jen'-e-els). Generation of elec- 
tricity. 

ELECTROL'YSIS. Decomposition of a substance by electricity. 

ELECTROLYTE. Compounds admitting electrolysis. 

ELECTRO-MA8SAQB'. Massage with use of electricity. 

ELECTUARY (e-lek'-tft-A-re). A medicine disguised by a 
sweetened substance. 

ELE'IDIN (e-l^-i-din). Substance of stratum granulosum of 
skin. 

EL'EMENT (el'-e-ment). A simple substance; the last sub- 
stance of an analyzed compound. 

EL'EPHANT LEO. See Elephantiasis. 

ELEPHANTI'ASIS (el-e-£ui-U'-a-sis). Chronic hypertrophy of 
skin, with induration. 

ELEPHANTrASIS AR'ABUM. See Elephantiasis. 

ELEPHANTFASIS ORJBCO^UM. See Leprosy. 

EL'EVATOR. Mosclo holding up a part; a surgical instru- 
ment. 

ELIMINATION (6-lim-i-n&'-ehun). Process of expelling. 

ELIN'GUID (d-Ung'-gnid). See Tongue-tie. 

ELIXATION (MikHB&'-ehun). Boiled or digested vegetable 
drugs. 

BLIXaR (d-Iik'-eer). Aromatic alcoholic compound, as elixir 
oalisaya. 

ELM. See Ulmus. 

ELO'DES (e-ld'-dSz). Malarial fever. 

BLUTRIATION (6-ia-tri-&'-ehun). Separating particles of a 
compound by immersing in water. 

BLYTRITI8 (el-e-tri'-tis). See Vaginitis. 

ELYTROCBLB (el-^'-trd-sgl). Vaginal tumor or hernia. 

ELYTROPLA8TY (el-S'-tro-plas-te). See Colpoplasty. 

ELYTROPTO'SIS (el-e-trop-tO'wsis). Vaginal prolapse. 

ELYTRORRHA'GIA (el-e-tror-A'-je-ah). VagV\i«\\i««vart>a»«^. 

ELYTROR'RHAPHY (el-i-tror'-a-leV Va«Vtva\ ^xjAnvc^ 

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SHACIATION («-m&«04'-«bun|. Becoming Icun. 
BMANATION (cin-a-nfi'-tiliiin). A tOul odor. 
SHAN'S I O-HEN'SIUH. latcmipted luonBtmallDii. 
BMASCUL.A'TION (^maH-ka-Li'-shuii). CaBtralLon ; unaei 
EMBAI.M1NQ. RemovluK urgans And OUiag cavltic 

cadaver with aroniBllo preserviitive Hquldn. 
BKBOI,K'«IA(om-h.--l{'-mc--ah). State of blni«l r-nusiiiK 

boUsm. 
BHBO'LIA (pm-brV-L6-a1i|. See Einbollain. 
aWBOLISU. EmboliIH blocking n blood v^skgI. 
Elf 'BOLUS <em'-b(l'luH). Blood clot oiiialng embollntD. 
BMBROCATION (em-brS-kil'-Bbuii'. A gynonym of Ualmenl. 
UfBRYO. Fccnndutod gerni before llilrd month after wht 

Uta Ihefetn*. 
EMBRYOCAR'DIA. Ilrei'l dixeasc \Tltb beat reBenibllnK those 

BHSRYOCTONY (cni-bre-ok'-lo-iii->. PfStrufiHun of iin 

KMBRYOCENY lem-brC^J'^.ue). Embryonal formation, 
BltSRYOQ'RAPHY (om-br^og'-rs-re). Desorlptlon of smbTyo. 
EMBRYOL'OQY (i-m-bri-ol'-ft-Je). Treatise on embryonio d 

Tetopment. 
EHBRYON'AI.. See Embryonli-. 

BHBRYON'IC (eni-tire-on'-lk). PertHloIng lu the embryo. 
KM'BRYOTOME<em'-hrC'-A-tdm). InstrnmaQt forpmbryotomy. 
EHBRYOTO'CIA. See Abortion. Embryonic. 
BMBRYOT'OMY (cm-bre-ot'-o-mp). Fetal Burgery to permit 

delivery. 
EHBRTOTROPMY (om-bri-ot'-ro-fB). Fetal nutrition. 
BMBRYUI/CIA (em-br<^ul'-Be-ah). ExtrantlnR the lelal prodiust 

of craniotomy. 
BU'ESIS (em'-e-BlB). Vomiting. 
EHET'ICfc-mct'-lkl. Agent eausiui; vomiting. 
SM'BTIN (om'-L-tlii). Alkaloid nf ipecaouanliu. 
BM'ETO-CATHAR'SIS, C'ODdltinn of vomiting and b 

purged at aaine lime. 
SUETOL'OQY (em-e-(ol'-A-Je). TreatiBe of fmouls atid emellfla. . 
EHIC'TION (i-mik'.jhun). Urination. 
EMItyrORY (5-mik'.to-ro). A diuretic. 
EM'INi£NCE (em'-l-ncns). A proecsB or prominence. 
EMISSA'RIUM SUPE'RIUB. Crajilnl emlaeary vein. 
EMISSARY. An abrupt canal for fluids. 
BHIS'SION (c-misb'-on). Throwing outi ejarulation, t 



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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 

BMMB1>IIA (e-m^-ne-ah). See Menses. 

BMMBNOL'OOY (em-e-nol'-d-Je). Treatise on menstruation. 

SMMBTRCPIA (em-e-trd'-pe-ah). Normal condition of the eye» 

BMMBTROP'IC. Relating to emmetropia. 

BMOL'LIBNT (g-mol'-yent). Agent with softeninfir properties. 

BMOTIONAL ($-md-8hun-al). Affected with emotion. 

EMPASM' (em-pazmO* A deodorizer. 

EMPATHB'MA (em-pa^th€'-mah). Without control of the 
passions. 

EM'PH LYSIS (em'-fllH8is). Eruption of vesicle or tumor. 

EMPHRACTIC. An obstructive agent. 

EMPHRAX'IS (em-fk>ak'-Bis). An obstruction. 

EMPHY'MA (em-fi'-mah). See Tumor. 

EMPHYSB'MA. Gaseous infiltration of tiRsu(>M. 

EMPIR'IC. A quack. 

EMPIRICISM (em-pir'-i-sizm). Quackery. 

EMPLAS'TIC (em-plas'-tik). An agent with constipating prop- 
erty. 

EMPLASTRUM (em-plas'-trum). A plaster. 

EMPROSTHOT'ONUS. Violent spasmodic contriictloiiR caus- 
ing the body to bend forward. 

EMP'TYSIS (emp'-ti-sis). Pulmonic hemorrhage. 

EMPYE'MA (em-pI-^'-mah). See Pleurapostcma. 

EMPYE'SIS (em-pI-^'-sis). An abscess. 

EMPY'OCBLB (em-pl'-o-sel). Pus in the scrotum. 

EMUL'QENT. Pressing or forcing out. 

EMUL'SIN (g-mul'-sin). Ferment of sweet and bitter alniouds. 

EMUL'SION (^mul'-shun). Product of oil suspended ih water. 

EMUNC'TORY (e-mungk'-to-re). Organ discharging waste mat- 
ter. 

EMUN'DANT(^mun'-dant). Cleansing. 

ENAM'BLr (en-am'-el). Hard, white envelope of exposed part 
of teeth. 

ENANTHE'MA (en-an-the'-mah). An eruption on a mucous 
membrane. 

ENANTHE'SIS (en-an-the'-sis). Cutaneous eruption resulting 
from internal complications. 

EN ANTIC PATH'IC (e-nan-te-6-path'-ik). Easing; temporary 
relief. 

ENANTIOP'ATHY (e-nan-te-op'-a-the). Allopathy. 

ENARTHRO'SIS (en-ar-thro'-sis). Ball-and-socket Joint. 

ENCAN'THUS. Abnormal size of lachrymal caruncle. 

ENCEINTB' (ong-sanf). Pregnant. 

ENCELI'TIS (en-sSl-r-tis). Inflammation of organs in abd.ovck«QL. 

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BNCBPH ALIO (en-sef-ar-lk). Pertaining to the brain. 

BNCEPH'ALIN. Cerebral glucoside. 

ENCEPHALITIS (en-sef-al-r-tis). Cerebral inflammation. 

ENCEPH'ALOCBLB (en-flel'-al-d-B^l). Cerebral hernia. 

BNCBPH'ALOID (en-aef-a-loid). Resembling the brain. 

BNCEPHALOL'OQY (en-Bef-a-loP-6-Je). Description of enoeph- 
alon. 

BNCEPHALO'MA (en-sef-al-^-mah). Cerebral tumor. 

BNCBPHALOMALA'CIA (en-eef-al-o-ma-l&'-seah). Softening 
of the brain. 

BMCEPH'ALON (en-eef-a-lon). The brain. 

BNCEPHALOP'ATHY (en-eef-al-op'-a-the). Cerebral disease. 

BNCBPHALORRHA'QIA (en-sef-al-or-r&'-Je^h). Cerebral hem- 
orrhage. 

BNCEPH'ALOTOME. Instrument to perform enoephalotomy. 

ENCEPHALOT'OM Y (en-eef-al-ot'-6-me). IncUlon of the brain. 

ENCHONDRCyMA (en-kon-dr6'-mah). Tumor of a cartilage. 

ENCH YLE'Ma (en-kl-ie^-mah). Substance in protoplasm. 

BNCOLPITIS (en-kol-pl'-tis). Inflammation of mucous mem- 
brane of vagina. 

BNCYST'ED (en-sist'-ed). Enveloped in a cyst. 

ENDAN'QIUM (end-an'-Je-um). Inner lining of vessels. 

ENDARTERITIS (end-ar-ter-I'-tis). Inflammation of inner 
membrane of artery. 

END' BULBS. Nerve terminals. 

ENDBM'IC (en-dem'-ik). Disease caused by conditions of the 
locality where it originates. Conflned to a certain locality. 

BNDEMIOL'OOY (en-dem-e-ol'-o-Je). Description of endemic 
diseases. 

BNDERMATaC, ENDERimiC. Medicine applied locally after 
removing epidermis. 

BND'OBLAST. Nucleus. 

ENDOCAR'DIAL (en-do-kar'-de-al). Within the heart. 

BNDOCARDITIS (en-dd-kar-dV-tis). Inflammation of endooar^ 
dium. 

BNDOCAR'DIUM. Membranous lining of cardiac cavities. 

ENDOCOLPITIS (en-dd-kol-pi'-tis). See Colpitis. 

BNDOCHO'RION (en-dd-kd'-re-on). Inner membrane envelop- 
ing fetus. 

BN'DODERM (en'-dd-derm). See Blastoderm. 

BNDODONTITIS (en-do-don-tl'-tis). Inflammation of tissues 
in pulp cavity of a tooth. 

ENDOENTERITIS. Membranous inflammation of small in- 
teBtlnes, 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 87 

EN'DOLYMPH. Fluid in aural membranous labyrinth. 

ENDOMETRI'TIS (en-dd-me-tri'-tis). Inflammation of endo- 
metrium. 

BNDOME'TRIUM (en-do-me'-tre-um). Inner membrane of 
uterus. 

ENDONEU'RIUM. Delicate web of connective tissue between 
nerve-flbres. 

ENDOPAR'ASITE (en-do-par'-a-sit). Parasite found in tlie 
body. 

ENDOPATH'IC. Advance of a disease due to internal phe- 
nomena. 

BNDOPERICARDI'TIS. Pericarditis complicated by endo- 
carditis. 

ENDOPHLBBI'TIS (en-do-flg-bl'-tis). Inner membranous in- 
flammation of vein. 

EN'DOPLAST. See Endoblast. 

EN'DOSCOPE. Instrument used in examining cavities. 

ENDOS'COPY. Using of the endoscope. 

ENDOSMOM'BTER. Instrument measuring endosmosis. 

ENDOSMO'SIS. Passing of one liquid into a cavity containing 
a thicker fluid. 

ENDOSMOT1C (en-dos-motMk). Pertaining to endosmosis. 

ENDOSTBI'TIS (end-os-t&-I'-tis). Inflammation of endosteuin. 

ENDOSTEUM. Medullary membrane of bone. 

ENDOS'TOMA (end-os'-t6-mah). Ossification of cartilage. 

ENDOSTO'SIS (end-os-td'-sis). See Endostoma. 

ENDOTHELIOMA (end-6-thg-16-6'-mah). Tu/nor due to coll 
genesis of endothelium. 

ENDOTHB'LIUM. Membranous linings of cavities, as of the 
peritoneal cavity. 

END' PLATE. End of filament of a nerve in muscular fibre. 

EN'EMA (en'-e-mah). Injection per rectum of liquid nourish- 
ment or medicine. 

ENEPIDERimiC. Epidermal application of medicines. 

EN'ERQY (en'-er-je). Potency ; power of the human economy. 

ENER'VATE (5-ner'-vftt). To deprive of strength. 

ENCLISH WAL'NUT. Leaves and seeds used in medicine. 

ENGOMPHO'SIS (en-gom-fo'-sis). See Gomphosis. 

ENQORQE'MENT (en-gorj'-ment). Congestion of a vessel, due 
to plethora. 

ENOMA'NIA (^n6-mft'-ne-ah). See Delirium Tremens. 

ENOPHTHALimiA (en-ofl'-thal'-me-ah). Abnormal deytls. c>l 
eyeball in socket. 

ENOSTO'SIS ^en-O0-td'H3is). Medullary twmox ol\>ow^. j 

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ENSOM'PHALUS. Double inoniitrtMltyJolne^lHllshtly on til 

BN'STROPME len'-atrO-ni). Iiivolutlon. 
SNTA'SIA (eD<ta'«£-Bb). (TanUaued mUBCUlar KiJiuiln. 
BNTERADENOCFRAPHY. TreaMsn of InleBtlual glaiids. 
ENTERADENOl-'OGY. anleticoortiiWBtlnBlglBDdB. 
ENTERAI.'GIA (eu-ter-Bl'-Je-Bh). Palu in Iha bovelH, 
BNTERECTOMY (en-ter-ek'-M-ine). InUsIlnul aurgEry. 
ENTBR'IC Relating or pprtainlng to the ItiteHtlne. 
ENTER'IC FE'VER. See Typhoid Fever. 
ENTER'ICA. ttPoEulerlc. 

KNTERITIS (en-Ier-r-ttii). Inteatlual InaBDnnutlan. 
BNTEROBRO'SIA (en-te-rO-bru'-so^h). InleBlJnal perfoniUot 
ENTEROCELE (eu'-ter-o-sfl). Hernia, vvlili Intestines as oun 



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BNTERODVHIA <pn-ter-<'>-d 
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OAS'TROCELE ien-U'r-0-gHi<--[r.V<h:-li. Hurnla iir 

Blomuch ami Intestines. 
ENTEROCRAPHY. DeaeripllDn of loleallnoa. 
ENTERO-HY'DROCELE. Eiilerocelu and hydrcwl'-. 
ENTEKOLITE, EN'TBROl-lTH. InteBltnal iiloiu'. 
BNTEROLITHI'ASIS. ForraatLon of entemltlL' 
BNTEROL'OCY. Science of tbo lotuntlQes. 
EN'TERON (pii'-W-ronl. The InlfiBtliial punal. 
ENTEROP'ATHY (UD-Ler-op'-a-the). Intestinal d I acHtu'. 
EN'TEROPLASTV. Plastlo Intestinal sargpry. 
ENTERRHA'QIA. Hemorrhage of ttie Intestines. 
ENTEROH'RHAPHY (oo-ter-or'-a-ffe). lat^-stlonl B[itiiriii«. 
ENTENORRHE'A ren-ter-oi^re'-ah). See Dlarrbea. 
ENTERO'SES {cn-ti?r-6'-aes>. DlHeaSRH uf InteBtlnex. 
ENTERS ST EN O 'a IS. Intostlnal Rtiietiiri>. 
ENTEROS'TDMY (en-ter-oH'-to-me). FormliiK of a HbLuIu Id 

tbclntesIlnPN. 

■ ENTEBOTOME, Itintrnment used in entiTotomy. 
B Sf^TEROT-OMY. Incision or the lnt4.--.tl»BS. 

■ SNTEROZO'ON (en 
^MATf/Ei.M/wT'HA. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 8t 

SNTHBT^C (eii-Uie(^4k). EZztraneoos causes as Inoeulation. 

SN^OBLAST (eii'-t<M>last). Germinal spot of the nooleuR. 

BN'TOCBLB. Internal hernia. 

BN'TOCYTB (en'-t6^t). That which is contained in a cell. 

EN'TODBRM. See Blastoderm. 

BN'TOPHYTB (en'-t6-nt). A vegetable parasite inside of 

animals. 
ENTOP^IC (ent-op'-tik). IiiHide the eye. 
ENTOT'XC (ent-ot'-lk). Pertaining to the inner ear. 
ENTOZO'dN. See Enterozoon. 
EN'TRAILS (en'-tr&lz). The intestines. 

ENTRO'PION, BNTROa>IUM. Marginal, palpebral inversion. 
ENURE'SIS (en-O-r^-sis). Incontinence of urine. 
ENVraONMENT. Phenomena complicatihg a disease. 
EN'ZYMES(en'-Eim8). Chemical ferments. 
E'OSIN (e'^Vsln). See Fuchsin. 
EGSINGPHaLGUB. Easily stained with eosin. 
EPACTAL (i^pak'-tal). Term applied to inter-parietal bono. 
EPEN'DYMA (&pen'-di-mah). Membranous lining of inner 

cavities o{ brain and spinal cord. 
EPENDYMinriS (^pen-di-mi'-tis). Inflammation of the epen- 

dyma. 
EPHE'LIS (e-fiK-lls). See Lentigo. 
EPHEBfERA (e-fem'-«-rah). Short-lived; brief; as a fever of 

one day. 
EPHEM'BRA If ALICNA. A sweating fever. 
EPH Elf 'BR AL (c-fem'-e-ral). See Ephemera. 
EPHIALTB8 (eM-al'-t^). See Nightmare. 
EPHIDRCSIB (ef-i-drty-Bis). Excessive sweating. 
EPHIDRCBIB CRUEN^A. See Hemathldrosls. 
EP'IBLAST (ep'-i-blast). See Blastoderm . 
EPICAN'THUS. Cutaneous fold over inner canthus of eye. 
EPICAfi'DIUM (ep-i-kar'-de-um). Visceral portion of porioar- 

dium. 
EPICHRCSIS (ep-e-kro'-sis). Cutaneous discoloration. 
EPICON'DYLB. Condyle of humerus. 

EPICRA'NIUM. Sheet of connective tissue covering cranium. 
EPICRISIB (<^pik'-ri-sis). Subsequent crisis. 
EPICYSTI^IB (ep-i-sist-i'-tis). Structural inflammation above 

bladder. 
EPICYSTOT'OlfY. Suprapubic vesical dissection. 
EPIDEMIC. Applied to a disease affecting the masses. 
EPIDEIf lOQOlAPHY. Description of epVdemXc^. 
EPIDBMIOL/OOY. Science of epidem\cs. 
SPiDERHiAL fep-l-der'-mal). Re\aUii« U> ep\«LeTm\%. 



so WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAI« 

BPIDBR'MATA (cp-l-der'-ina-tah). Epidermlo excreaenoe. 
BPIDBR'lf IC (ep-l-der'-mik). Pertaining to the epidermis. 
EPIDER'MIS (ep-i-der'-mlB). Outer covering of derma. 
BPIDBR'MOID (ep-i-der'-moid\ Resembling epldermli. 
BPIDID'YMIS (ep-idid'-c-mis). Small oblong body OTer tto 

testis. 
EPIDIDYMITIS (ep-i-did-c-mi'-tis). InflammaUon of epidldy- 

mus. 
EPIDU'RAL SPACE. Interstice between dara mater and 

pereosteum. 
EPIOASTRAL'QIA (ep-i-gas-trar-Je-ab). Nearalgia of the epi- 

gastrium. 
EPIGASTRIC (ep-i-gas'-trik). Pertaining to the eplgaetrliun. 
EPIGASTRIUM (cp-i-gas'-tre-um). Upper part of abdomen, 

over stomach. 
EPIGASTROCELE (cp-i-gas'-trd-s^^l). Epigastric hernia. 
EPIGEN'ESIS (ep-i-Jen'-e-sis). A new formation. 
EPIGLOTTIS (ep-i-glot'-tis). A laryngeal cartilage asBisting 

the act of swallowing. 
EPIGLOTTITIS (ep-i-glot-i'-tis). Inflammation of epiglottis. 
EPIGTIATHUS. Double monster, united by maxilla. 
EPILATION (ep-l-ia'-shun ). Destruction of 1 he hair. 
EPILATOR'IUM (ep-i-Ia-tor'-re-um). Agent for epilation. 
EP'ILEPSY. Disease characterized by flts, clonic spasms, 

unconsciousness . 
EPILEPTIC (ep-i-lep'-tik). Pertaining to epilepsy. 
EPILEPTIC MA'NIA. Mental derangement subseqaent to an 

epileptic convulsion. 
EPILE FTIFORM (ep-i-lep'-ti-form). Resembling epilepsy. 
EPILEPTOG'ENOUS (ep-l-lep-toj'-e-nus). Causing epileptic 

seizures. 
BPI'LOSB (^pi'-lose). Hairless; bald. 

EPINEU'RIUM (ep-i-nti'-rg-um). Sheath protecting a uervc. 
EPIPASTIC(ep-i-pa8'-tik). See Epispastic. 
EPIPH'ORA (c-pif '-o-rah). Flood of tears due lachrymatlon. 
EPIPH'YSIS (5-pif'-e-bis). A bone having cartilaginous union 

with another bone. 
EPIPHYSITIS (e-pif-i-si'-tis). Inflammation of epiphysis. 
EP'IPHYTE (ep'-e-fit). Superficial vegetable parasite. 
EPIP'LOCELE (e-pip'-16-s€l). Hernia, the contents of which 

are only the omentum. 
EPIPLOIC (ep-i-ploMk). Relating to the Omentum. 
EPIPLOITIS (ep-e-pl6-I'-tls). Inflammation of epiploon. 
EPIPLOME'ROCELE (ep-e-pld-me'-rd-s€l). Femoral hernia con* 

talDlDg omentum. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. « 

BPIP'LOON (€-plp'-16<m). The omentum. 

BPIPLOS'CHBOCBLB (ep-e-plos'-ke-d-B€l). Scrotal hernia con- 
taining omentum. 

BPISCLBRI'TIS (ep-is-cl^ri'-ti8). Inflammation of the subcon- 
junctival tissues. 

BPISIGI'TIB (ep-ti-sl-d-r-tis). Vulvular inflammation. 

BPISIORRHA'OIA (ep-e-sl-d-r&'-je-ah). Vulvular hen^orrhage. 

BPISIOR'RHAPHY. Operation for supporting prolapsed 
uterus. 

BPISIOT'OMY. Labial incision preventing perineal laceration 
during labor. 

BPISPA'DIAS (ep-e-sp&'-de-as). Congenital malformed urethra 
with dorsal opening. 

BPISPASTIC (ep-ewipas'-tik). A vesicant; agent causing blister. 

BPISPLBNI'TIS. Membranous inflammation of spleen. 

BPISTAXIS (ep-ls-tak'-fiis). Nasal hemorrhage. 

BPISTER'NUM (ep-i-ster'-num). The manubrium. 

BPISTHOT'ONOS (ep-is-thot'-o-nos). See Emprosthotonos. 

BPITHBLICMA (ep-i-th€-le-6'-mah). Carcinoma or cancer 
forming in epithelium. 

BPITHB'LIUM (ep-i-thg'-le-um). Thin outer layer of skin. 

BPITROCH'LBA (ep-e-trok'-le-ah). The inner condyle of h um- 
eruB. The outer condyle is called the epicondyle. 

BPIZO'ON (ep-i-zo'-on). Animal parasite of the skin. 

BPONYCHIUM (ep-d-nik'-e-um). Epidermis clinging to base 
and sides of flnger-nails. 

BPOSTOMA (e-pos'-to-mah). Abnormal osseous growth. 

BP'SOM AALTS. Magnesium sulphate. 

BPU'LIS (ep-a'-lis). Gingival tumor. 

EPULO'SIS (ep-ti-ld'-sis). Cicatrization ; the process of healing. 

BQUINaA (€-kwin'-e-ah). Glanders. 

bQUINAmON (^kwin-&'-shun}. Inoculation with horse-pox. 

EQUIVOCAL GENERATION. See Abiogenesis. 

ERECTILE TIS'SUE. Tissue having turgescent qualities. 

ERECTION (e-rek'-shun). HtifiT, hard condition of genital 
organs during sexual excitement, due to plethora. 

ERECTOR (e-rek'-tor). Muscle producing erection. 

ERECTOR PI'LI MUS'CLES. Erector muscles of hair. 

BR'ETHlSM. Abnormal, excessive irritability. 

ER'GOT. Substance forming on rye ; a hemostatic ; also used 
to contract uterus. 

ER'GOTIN (ur'-got-in). Active principle of ergot. 

ER'GOTISM (ur'-got-izm). Condition cavis^Oi Yi's ^-sLC'esj^V?^ >^s=» 
of ergot, 

ERIcyURON (e-ry'-e-ron). Diuretic and loxAe. 



92 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

BRIODICTTON (er-e-d-dlk'-te-on). An expectorant used in 

palmonary diseases. 
BROa>BNT (e-i^-dent). A 8ub«tanoe used locally to destroy 

tissoe. 
BR(ySION (&>r6'-zhun). Uiceration tliat Is slowly eatingr away 

tissue. 
BROT'IC (^rotMk). Pertaining to sexual desire. 
BROTOMA'NIA <^r6-td-m&'-ne-ah). Insanity resulting from 

excessive venereal desire. 
BRRAT'IC <^ratMk). Abnormal; irregular; wandering. 
BR'RHINE (er'-in). Agent increasing nasal secretions; a 

sternutatory. 
ERUCTATION <&>ruk-ta'-6hun). Violent expulsion of gas from 

the stomach. 
ERUPnriON ((^rup'^sbun). Outbreak; rash; cxanthem. 
ERUPTIVE (e-rup'-tlv). Attended with eruptions. 
ERYSIP'BLAS (er-i-6ip'-e-las). Inflammatory skin disease with 

fever. It is infectious. 
ERYSIPEL'ATOUS <er-i-si-pel'-a-tus). Pertaining to erysipelas. 
ERYTHE'MA (er-i-thd'-mah). Inflammatory disease of skin 

with abnormal redness of latter. 
ERYTHEM'ATOUS (er-i-them'-a-tus). Pertaining to erythema. 
ERYTHRAS'MA <e-ri-thras'-mah). Exfoliating skin disease 

with reddish demarcations. 
ERYTH'ROBLAST (er-ith'-ro-blast). See Leucocyte. 
ERYTHROCHLORO'PIA (er-i-thro-kl6-r6'-pe-ah). Color-blind- 
ness with negative results except with red and green. 
ERYTHRODEX'TRIN (er-i-thr6-dek8'-trin>. Dextrin resulting 

from saliva acting on starch. 
ERYTHROMELAL'OIA (er-ith-ro-mel-ar-Je-ah). Disease of 

extremities with pain and redness of same. 
ERYTHROP'SIA (er-ith-rop'-se-ah). Condition In which alV 

objects appear red. 
ERYTHRO'SIS (er-i-thro'-sis). Congestion. See Plethora. 
ERYTHROX'YLON. Leaves furnishing cocaine. 
ES'CHAR (es'-kar). A crust of dead tissue ; dry slough. 
ESCHAROT'IC (es-kar-ot'-ik) Agent destroying tissues, or 

establishing a slough. 
ES'CULIN(es'-k{l-lin). Active crystalline substance of hone- 
chestnut. 
ES'ERINE (es'-e-rin). Active principle of physostigma. 
ESOD'IC (e-sodMk). Term applied to a branch of the spinal 

cord. 
MaOQASTRl^lS (e-so-gafi-tri'-tlaV li\tVivm\\\aV\ow ot ^^Mtrlo 
inucous membrane. 



DICTIONAHY OF TODAY. I' 

BSOPHAO'BAL (^^HAr-aj-^-iiI). Pertaining to thoeaophBSua. 
BSOPMAQIS'MUS (iSnnf-^J-lB'-muH). Esophageal apwim. 
SBOPHACI'TIB (L-sof-^-I'-lls). In flam in all on of eaoph^uii- 
BSOPHAO'OSCOPE. InBtrument for examining CNOphaeu.^. 
BSOPH'AGOSPASM. Bob EeopbaglsniiiB. 
ESOPHAOO-STBNO'SIB. Esophageal slrLcture 
ESOPHACOS'TOMY. EHtabtlshlnga fiEttolaof esapbugu-. 
ESOPH'AQUS (#-eor'-a-gUH|. MuRcQlo-mi^mbranom •^anal run 

npctlDg pbarynx and stoinacb. 
ESOTER'IC (cs'A-ier'-ik). Resulllns fTooi tnlernul cauuen. 
BS'SENCS (ea'-ons). An alcoholic BOlullon or a volatile oil. 
ESBEN'TIAU (cs-en'-sbal). PerUlnlng to an essencG. 
ESTHESIOM'ETER (es-thf^e-oin'-c-lcT). IiHtrameDt usfd u 

delermine the condition of the Bcnso of loiicb. 
ESTRUATION{cB-trtl-4'-*hiin). Craving for ™itton. 
ES'TRUM (eg'-trnm). An Intense deairo for coition; orssani. 
E'THER (p'-lber). Volalllc HDFSthellc, iinanlly prefeiTPd ti 

ETHE-REAL(e-th§'-r«-al). pertaining tiit-tber. 
ETHERISU (e'-ther-Izm). Bee Etherliatlon. 
ETHERIZATION (f-lher-i-a*'-«hiin), Procliit-ltnc iiiu-«tH.'8tH hj 

administering ether. 
ETHHOCEPH'ALUB. ^ee Cyolopla. 

STK'MOID (elh'-mold). Perforated bon..' buck ih« nf Boat 

ETHMYPHI^IS (eth-mi-n-tis). Sec Cenutlllx. 
ETHNOCRAPHY (elb-nog'-ra-rej. Treatliie on the races « 

ETKNOL'OOV (elh-nol'-o-Jej. Science relating to races of men 
ETHYI.'AHINE. A cauHtIo product of pu treiylng roasL 
ETH-Yl, CHI^RIDB. A local Bnesthsllc 
ETI01.ATI0N (e-te-a-l£'4hHn) Becoming pale. 
ETIOL'OOY (e-te-ol'-fr-Je). Science eiplalnlnR causes of i 

dlieasei causation. 
EUCALYPT'OL (O-kal-lp'-loli. The acUVf prlnelpb- of oil o 

EUCALYPTUS (O-kal-lp'-tua). leaves used In inalarlal ftver 
EU'CH YUY (Q'-kl-me). Healthy aute of the bnmors. 
EUCRA'SIA {a-kri'-^e-ab). Heallhy ; opposed to riyscrBslii. 
EU'SBNOL. Active principle of oil of clov™. 
EULACHO'NI 01.BUM. Candle-flsb oil. 
EU'NUCH (ll'-nuk). A male wbo bas been emasculaied. 
EUON'YMUB (a-on'-«-mus). Liver Btlmulant ; callianli'. 
EUPATO'IUUM (O-pa-tfl'-rB-nnil. DluieUo anA ft.\«.-^w^ 

leav^. 
SUFSe^'* (O-pep'-mMih), OppoBi^A W) Ai»pi:\«\B., 



94 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

EUPEPTIC (Q-pep'-tlk). Tertaining to eupepsia. 

EUPHOR'BIA (Q-for'-bc-ah). A cathartic; used in asthmatic 
affections. 

EUPHO'RJA (O-fy-re-ah). A feeling of perfect health. 

BUPLAS'TIC (u-plas'-tik). Admitting of healthy development 
or growth. 

EUPNE'A (u-pne'-ah\ Natural breathing. 

BUSTA'CHIAN CATH'ETER. Instrument used to dilate Eus- 
tachian tube. 

EUSTA'CHIAN TUBE. Passage connecting pharynx and 
middle ear. 

EUSTA'CHIAN VALVE. Membranous fold in right auricle of 
heart. 

EUTHANA'SIA (Q-than.a'-se-ah). Death without pain. 

EUTO'CIA (u-t6'.se-ah). Normal parturition. 

EU'TROPHY <u'-tr6-fe). Normal nutrition. 

EVAC'UANT (c-vak'-a-ant). Causing evacuation. 

EVACUATION (^vak'-u-a-shun). A discharge. See Defecation. 

EVENTRA'TION (g-ven-tr&'-shun). Abnormal position of ab- 
dominal viscera, as hernia. 

EVER'SION OF EVE'LID The turning outward of eyelid. 

EVISCERATION (e-vis-e-ra'-shun). Visceral excision. 

EVOLUTION (ev-6-lii'-shun). Successive stages of develop- 
ment. 

EVOLUTION, SPONTA'NEOUS. Voluntary fetal expulsion 
with shoulder presentation. 

EVUL'SION (e-vul'-shun). Violent separation or laceration. 

EXACERBATION (eg-zas-er-b&'-shun). Intensification of symp- 
toms. 

EX'ANGIA (eks-an'-Je-ah). See Plethora. 

EXANIMATION (eg-zan-l-ma'-fihun). In a state of coma ; with- 
out life. 

EXANTHEM, EXANTHEMA. A cutaneous eruption. 

EXANTHEM'ATOUS (eks-an-them'-a-tus). Pertaining to an 
exanthem. 

EXARTERITIS (eks-ar-ter-r-tis). External arterial inflamma- 
tion. 

EXARTICULATION (eks-ar-tik-u-ia'-shun). See Disarticula- 
tion. 

EXCARN ATION. The process of corroding away surrounding 
tissue from injected blood-vessels. 

EXCES'SIVE. Superfluous; violent; Immoderate. 

EXCIP'IENT (ek-sip'-e-ent). A medium for administering a 
znedlcine, as a sugar-coated pill. 
BXCJSION, jRemoval by cutting away. 



DICTIONARY 0!^ TO-DAY. 05 

EXCI'TANT (ekCHSl'-tant). Ag •. using renewed activity of 
an organ. 

EXCORIA'TION (ek»-k6-r6-&'-p'> Epidermal abrnsi >•>. 

EX'CREMENT (ek8'-kr6-ment;. .luiges of the body, tm the 

feces. 

EXCRBMENTITIOUS (eks-kr -tish'-us). Pertainiig to 

the feces. 

EXCRES'CENCB (eks-kres'-ens). normal superflcial ^^rowth, 
as a tamor. 

EXCRETA (eks-kr^-tah). See Excrement. 

EXCRETIN (eks-krg'-tin). Mutter in the human feces. 

EXCRETION (cks-kre'-shun). The process of expelling waate 
matter fk*om the human body ; also the ejected matter. 

EX'CRETOR Y (ek8'-kr€-t6-re ». Pertaining to excretion. 

EXENCBPH'ALUS. Monster with brain on external cranium. 

EXENTERATION (eks-en-te-ra'-shun). See Evisceration. 

EXFETATION eks-fe-t&'-shun). Extra-uterine pregnancy. 

EXFOLIATION (eks-f5-ie-&'-6hun). Peeling off of dead tissue. 
See Desquamation. 

EXHALATION (eks-hA-l&'-shun). Vapor or odor arising troia 
the body. 

EXHAUSTION (eg-zaws'-tchun). State of fatigue. The process 
of obtaining the active principles of drugs. 

EXHieaT (eg-zib'-it). To prescribe of a remedy. 

EXHII/ARANT (eg-zil'-a rant). Agent producing animation 
and cheerftilnesB ; a stimulant. 

EXHUMATION (eks-ha-m&'-shun). The act of disinterring. 

EXOCAR'DIAL (ektf^kar'-de-al). Without (not in) the heart. 

EXOCOLITI8 (ekt-0-k<V-lV-tis). Inflammation of external coat 
of colon. 

EXODIC Ceks-odMk). Proceeding A*om spinal marrow. 

EXOGBNEXaC (ek8-6-Jfr-netMk). Occasioned by external 
causes. 

EXOM'PHALOCBLB (eg-zom'-fal-d-sSl). Umbilical hernia. 

EXOM'PHALOB (eg-Kom'«farlos). See Exomphalocele. 

EXOPATHIC. Pertaining to exogenetic diseases. 

EXOPHTHAI/MIA (eks-off-thal'-me-ah). See Exophthalmos. 

EXOPHTHAI/MIC (eks-off-thal'-mik). Pertaining to exoph- 
thalmos. 

EXOPHTHALIMIIC QOITRE. Anemia accompanied by en- 
larged thyroid gland, abnormal action of heart and pro- 
trusion of eye-ball without the orbit. 

BXOPHTHALUCOS (eks-off-thal'-mo8). PToU\i%\oTvot ^^^\i«». 
without the orbit. 

BXOR^MIA, Popular eruption. 



96 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

BXOBlfO^IS (ek8K)e-xnd'-fiis). Outward passing of a fluid from 
a cavity through membranous substances. 

EXOSTO'SIS (eks-os-td'-sis). External osseous growth. 

EXOTERaC(eks-d-ter'.ik). See Exopathie. 

EX PEC'TA NT (eks-pek'-tant). System of treatment before the 
character of a disease is determined. 

EXPECTORANT. Medicine causing additional bronchial 
mucous secretion. 

EX PECTORATION. Spitting out thoracic secretions. 

EX'PERT (eks'-pert). A skilled workman . 

EXPIRATION (eks-p!-rd'-6hun). Expulsion of air fW>m. lungs. 

BXPLORATION (eks-pld-r&'-fihun). Searching examination. 

EXPLOR'ATORY. Pertaining to exploration. 

EXPRBS'SION. Expelling by pressure. 

BXPUL/SIVE (eks-pul'-siv). Agent producing expreasion of 
substance. 

BXSAN'GUINE (eksHsang'-gwin). Containing no bhxkl ; blood- 
less. 

EXSICCATION (eks-sik-a'-shun). See Dessication. 

BX'STROPHY (eks'-str6-fe). Organic e version, or absence e' 
its external wall. 

BXTEN'SION (eks-ten'-shun). Force used to reduce dislooation 
of a limb. 

EXTBN'SOR (eks-ten'-sor). Applied to muscles elongatlDg a 
part. 

EXTIRPATION (eks-tir-pa'-shun). Absolute eradication. 

EXTRACT (eks'-trakt). Active product resulting trom evapor- 
ation of drugs. 

EXTRACT'OR (eks-trakt'-or). An instrument used to remove 
foreign bodies. 

EXTRACTOJM (eks-trakV-um). See Extract. 

EXTRA'NEOUS (eks-tr&'-ne-UB). Foreign; not essential. 

EXTRA-UTERINE (eks'-trah-iV-ter-in). Outside the uterus. 

EXTRA-UTERINE FETATION. See Extra-uterine Preg- 
nancy. 

BXTRA-UTERINE PREQ'NANCY. Applied to fetal i^rowth 
when not inside of uterus. 

SXTRAVASATION (eks-trav-ars&'-shun). Fluid inflltratioo of 
tissues. 

EXTREMITY (eks-tremM-tc). A limb or end of a part, as the 
leg. 

BXTRIN'SIC (cks-trin'-sik). Extraneous; external. 

BXTROVER'SION (eks-tro-ver'-shuu). See Exstrophy. 

BXUDAmON ^eks-ii-da'-shun). An oozing out. 
MXWVIJB <'eicfl-u'-vi-e). Product of ep\deTm\c oxtoWaWoTw. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. W 

EYE (I). The organ of Ylsion. 

EYB'.BALU Globe of eye. 

EYE'-BRO W. Curved sheet of tissue, covered with hair, alM>ve 

the eye. 
E YE'.QLASS. Framed glass worn to assist the organ of vision. 
EYE'.LASH'ES. Hairs on edge of eye-lids. 
EYB'-LIDS. Movable skin-covering protecting eye-balls. 
EYE'-STRAIN. Painful affection arising Arom abusive use oi 

eyes. 
EYE'-TEETH. Canine teeth of upper Jaw. 



F. 



FABEL'LA (f&-belMah). Sesamoid bones of gastroonemiua over 

condyles of femur. 
FACE (las). Anterior portion of head. 
FACET (fas'-et). Plane articular cavity of a bone. 
FASCIAL (£l'-shal). Pertaining to the face. 
FACULTY (fak'-ul-te). Having power to act; collegiate. pro- 
fessors. ' 
FAHR'£NHEIT*S THBRMOM'ETER. Thermometer wiU^boll- 

ing poi nt 212° and freezing poln t ^3P, . 
FAINT (f&nt). Syncope; weakness. 
FAL'CIFORM (fal'-se-form). Having shape of a sickle. 
FALL'INQ OF WOMB. Uterine prolapse. 
FALLaNQ BICK'NESS. See Epilepsy. 
FALLO'PIAN LICAlf BNT. Bound ligament of uteras» 
FALLO^PIAN TUBES. See Oviducts. 
FALSE MEMBRANE. Dangerous exudation ooverinc the 

fauces, pleura, peritoneum, etc. 
FALSE PAS'SAOE. Unnatural opening resulting Arom inseP' 

tion of instrument, as urethral laceration caused bj a 

bougie. 
FALSE RIBS. The asternal ribs. 

FALX CEREBEL'LI. Sickle-shaped process of dura mater. 
FALX CER'EBRI. Sickle-shaped process between lobes of 

cerebrum. 
FANG. Process at root of a tooth and which is in the socket. 
FARCINO'MA (far-si-no'-mah). See Glanders. 
FAR'CY (far'-se). A certain form of glanders. 
FARI'NA (fa-re'-nah). Product of finely ground cereals. 
FARINA'CEOUS (far-i-na'-se-us). Pertaining to fiour ; staichy;^ 
FAS'CIA (fash'-e-ah). Connective tissue enveloping muscles, 
FAS'CIA LA'TA. Deep Lucia of tUl-^h. 



fB WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

PAS'CICLB, FASCICULUS. A bundle; applied to a bunch of 

fibres. 
PAT. Oily principle of adipogenouB tissues. 
FATIGUE'. Weary; tired. 

FAU'CES (faw'-sez). Canal connecting pharynx and mouth. 
FA'VUS (f&'-vus). Contagious cutaneous disease, characterized 

by yellow crusts. 
FEBRICULA (feb-rik'-O-lah). Mild fever. 

FBBRICULOSaTY (leb-rik-u-los'-i-U^ >. In a feverisli condition. 
FBBRIFA'CIENT (feb-rl-fil'-se-ent). Agent causing fever. 
FEBRIF'EROUS (feb-rir-er-iis^. Causing fever. 
FBB'RIFUGE (feb'-re-fuj). Agent allaying fever. 
FBOBRILE (fC'-bril). Pertaining to f»'ver. 
FE'CAL (fe'-kal). Pertaining to the feces. 
FBXES (fe'-sez). Excrement discharged by the bowels. 
FECULA (fek'-u-lah). Synonym of starch ; amylam. 
FECUNDA'TION (fek-un-da'-shun). Impregnation. . 
FBCUN'DITY (fS-kun'-di-te). Productive power of animals. 
FBEDaNG (f[^d'-ing). Partaking of nutriment 
FBH'LING'S SOLU'TION (fEMings). Test for glucose in orine, 

consisting of copper sulphate, added to tartrate of soda 

and potash. 
FBLBCVIS. Ox-gall. 
FBL'LIC ACID. An acid of the bile. ; 
FBLLIF'LUOUS (fe-lif-lu-us). Containing bile. 
FBL'ON (fcr-ou). See Paronychia. 
FBIMIALB (le'-mfil). The sex with womb, ovaries, etc. 
FBlf'ORAL (fem'-o«ral). Pertaining to the femur. 
FBM'ORAL CANAL'. Funnel-shaped canal in the ttalgb. 
FEMORAL RING. Upper termination of femoral canal. 
FBlf'OROCBLB (fem'-d-rd-6€l). Sec Hernia, Femoral. 
FB^UR (fS'-mur). The long thigh bone. 
FBKES'TRA (fS-nes'-trah). Applied to window-like openings^ 

as fenestra laryngea. 
FB'NBSTRATED (f5'-nes-trat-ed). Supplied with Openings. 
FBN'NBL(fen'-el). Carminative seeds. 
FBR'MENT (fer'-ment). Substance causing chemical changes 

in organic matters when exposed to atmospheric influences. 
FBRlf ENTA'TION. Organic decomposition by a ferment. 
FER'RIC (fer'-rik). Pertaining to iron. 

FERRICY'ANIDE. Compound of fcrrlcyanic acid with a base. 
FERROCY'ANIDE. Compound of ferrocyanic acid with a base. 
FBRRU'GINOUS (ftJ-ru'-jl-nuB). Containing Iron. 
rBR'R UM ffor'-u m). See Iron . 
J^BRTILB (for'-til). Prod ucti ve ; f r\\Vtfw\ ; not R\eT\\«i. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 9» 

FESTER. A small uloeratlon; the process of suppuration. 

FESTINA'TION. Walking with hesitating steps, observ^od in 
paralysis agitans. 

FE'TAL (ie'-tal). Pertaining to the fetus. 

FETA'TION fe-ta'-shun). See Pregnancy. 

FE'TICIDE (f5'-ti-sid). Fetal destruction. See Abortion, Crim- 
inal. 

FET'ID. Foul, offensive odor. 

FE'TUS. The unborn result of fecundation after tlH> embryonic 
stage (four months). 

FE'VER. Abnormal increase of temperature. 

FE'VER, EPHEM'ERAL (^-fem'-c-ral). Fever lasting but a day. 

FE'VERFEW ( fe'-ver-fQ). Stomachic and emmenagoguo. 

FI'BER (fl'-ber). Filiform composition of a structure. 

FIBRIL'LA (fi-bril'-ah). A minute fiber. 

FI'BRILLAR (H'-bril-ar). Pertaining to fibrillie. 

FIBRILLA'TION (fl-bril-la'-shun). Fibrous formation. 

FIBRIN. Chief constituent of a superficial blood-clot. 

FIBRINAmON. Formation of fibrih in the blood. * 

FIBRIN'OOBN. Chief constituent of fibrin, obtained from 
blood plasma. 

FIBRINOPLA8TIN (fl-brin-o-plas'-tin). Sec Paraglobulin. 

FI'BRINGUB (li'-brinous). See Fibrous. 

FI'BROBLASTS. Cells developing in fibrous tissue. 

FI'BROGEN (H'-brO-Jen). Primary state of fibrin . 

PI'BROID (f V-broid). Similar to fibrous tissue. See Fibroma. 

FIBRCXMA (fl-br6-mah). A tumor consisting of fibrous tlKsuo^. 

FIBRO-PLAB'TIC. Formi ng of fibrous tissues. 

FIBROSIS (fi-brty-Bis). Organic formation of fibrous tissue. 

KI'BROUB (fl'-brus). Pertaining to or made up of fibres. 

FIBIJLA (flb'-Q-lah). Outer bone of lower leg. 

PrCUB (fi'-Jcos). See Fig. 

FIG. A laxative Aruit. 

FILACEOUS (fl-Ul'-eeuB). See Fibrous. 

FIL'Alf BNT (fll'-a-ment). A thread or fibre. 

FILAHIA (fl-lA'-re-ah). Ctenus of nematoid worniK. 

FILAatlA If BNDINEN'SIS. See Guinea Worm. 

FILA'RIA BAN'GUINIS HGlflNIS. Nematoid worms found 
in urinary passages. 

FIL'IFGRlf (flIM-torm). Resembling a tbroad. 

FILTER. Agent used to eliminate solids from a liquid i>.v 
straining. 

FILTRATION (fil-tra'-shun). The pixK«\'Hv. o^ \!A\fcx\w^«.\\v\vvX'5^. 

FI'LUM TERMINABLE. PUiform toTuV\T\vxv^ ot ^.^Vw^X <i,ox^. 

TIWBRIJB (nm''bre^). Applied to lUrevxAs or vv ItVcv^^ - 



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Fllf 'BRIATBD (fim'-bre^ted). Fringed. 

FINQ'ERS. Long, narrow extremities of hands. 

FIRST INTBNnriON. The immediate superficial union of a 
wound with absence of suppuration and g^ranulation. 

FISH'-SKIN DISEASE'. See Ichthyosis. 

FIS'SION (flsh'-un). Division by splitting. 

FISSIP'AROUS (fls-sip'-a-rus). Reproduction by fission. 

FIS'SURE ^fish'-ur). A grroove or crack. 

FIST. The clenched hand. 

FISTULA (fls'-tQ-lah). Abnormal opening of body discharging 
morbid secretions. 

FIT. A sudden convulsion. 

FIXA'TION (fiks-a'-shun). Fixing; making stable. 

FLACCID (fiaks'-sid). Not firm ; relaxed. 

FLACELLATE (fl^'-e-lfit). Having a flagellum. 

FLAOEL'LUM (fli^-el'-um). A single long cilium. 

FLANK. That part of body between ribs and ilium. 

FLAP. Tissue and skin partly separated ftom body by cutUng 
under it with a knife. 

FLAT'-FOOT. A foot with flat instep. 

FLATIJLENCE. Intestinal flatus. 

FLATUS (flft'-tus). Wind or gas in the digestive tract. 

FLAX'SEED (flaks'-fi€d). SeeLinum. 

FLEA-BANE (fl€'-b&n). See Erigeron. 

FLEAM (fiem). Lancet used in opening a vein. 

FLESH. The tissues of the body, as the muscles, etc. 

FLESH, PROUD. Mortifying tissues around a wound. 

FLEXIBLE (fieks'-I-bl). Elastic ; capable of being bent. 

FLEX'ILE (fleks'-il). See Flexible. 

FLEX'ION (flek'-shun). The act of bending a part. 

FLEX'OR (fleks'-or). Applied to muscles producing flexion. 

FLOAT'INQ RIBS. Two lower ribs on each side. 

FLOCCILATION (fiok-si-l&'-shun). See Carphology. 

FLOC'CULENCE (flok'-a-lens). Cloudiness; containing small 
filiform substances. 

FLOCCULUS (flok'-u-lus). Superficial lobule of the cerebellum. 

FLOOD'ING (fludMng). Violent uterine hemorrhage. 

FLOWERS (fiow'-erz). Popular term for menses. 

FLUCTUATION (fiuk-tu-a'-shun). Undulating motion; change- 
able. 

FLUSH To redden. To cleanse a cavity by use of a fluid. 

FLUX (fluks). A copious discharge ; diarrhea. 

FO'CAL, (fo'-kal). Pertaining to a focus. 

FO^CUS (fo^'kuB). Common centre ot rays which have been 
refracted or reflected. Central seal ot a A\ae^%e. 



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DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 101 

POI/LICLB (folM-kl). A small sac, applied to tubular glands. 

POL'LICLE, QRAA'PIAN. Small ovarian sacs. 

FOL'LICLE, SEBA'CEGUS. Glands of the skin, having oily 

secretion. 
FOLLICULAR (fol-ik'-Q-lar). Consisting of, or pertaining to 

follicles. 
FOLLICULI'TIS (fQ-lik-a-ir-tis). Follicular inflammation. 
POLLICULOSE (fo-lik'-a-los). See Follicular. 
FOMENTA'TION (fo-men-ta'-shun). A cloth, or similar sub- 
stance saturated with warm liquid and applied to body. 
FO'MBS (f5'-mez). Substance capable of taking up and glvlng- 

off contagion. 
FO'MITES (fy-mi-t^z). Plural of Fomes. 
FONS PULSATFLIS. Anterior or Arontal fontanelle. 
FONTANELLE'. Space between cranial bones of infant 

before they unite. 
FONTICULUS. Fontanelle. 
FOOD. Nutriment; aliment. 

FOOT. Multi-articulated lower extremity of leg below ankle. 
FORA'MBN (for-&'-men}. Aperture; orifice; hole. 
PORAIdEN MAGKNUM. Large occipital opening. 
FORA'MBN OVAHLE. Applied to cardiac oval openings. 
FORA'MEN OP WINS'LOW. Opening allowing communicu- 

tion between abdominal cavity and omentum. 
POR'CEPS (for'-seps). Surgical pincers ; instrument with two 

prongs for removing, etc. 
PORXIPRES8URB. Arterial compression with spring forceps. 

arresting hemorrhage. 
FORB'-ARM. Lower arm flrom elbow to wrist. 
POREHBAD. Upper anterior portion of head. 
POR'BIGN BOD'Y. Extraneous substance in a wound. 
PORBN'SIC (for-en'-sik). Pertaining to law. 
FORESKIN (fSr'-Bkin). The prepuce. 
FORMICATION. An intense itching sensation. 
POR'MULA (for'-mu-lah). Quantity and character of consti t u- 

ents of a compound and method of making. 
FOR'MULARY (for'-mii-ia-re). A book of formulie. 
POR'NIX. An arch ; a dome, applied to a portion of the hrai n. 
POS^A (fos'-ah). A channel ; cavity ; hollow. 
P08SBTTB' (fos-etO. A dimple; applied to various parts of 

the body, as the depression of auditory meatus. 
FOURCHBTTE' (foor-shetO. Membranous fold; labia majora 

of virgins. 
PO^BA («y-ve-ah). Shallow depre8B\OT\. ao^Yo«^».v\. 
FtyVEATB (iB'-vMt). Having smaW pVtB. 



102 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

FOWLER'S SOLU'TION. Solution of potassium arsentte. 

POX'.QLOVE. See Digitalis. 

FRACTURE (frak'-tur). Breathing of a bone. 

FRAOILaTAS (fra-jllM-tas). Frangible; easily broken. 

FRAGMENTATION (ft'ag-men-ta'-shun). The act of reducing 
to fragments. 

FRAMBE'SIA (fram-be'-ze ab). Yaws; papular, endeiuic, con- 
tagious tropical disease. 

FRAN'GULA. A bark with purgative and cathartic properties. 

FRECK'LE (frekM). See Lentigo. 

FREMITUS (frem'-i-tus). A vibration, as thoracic vibration 
due to talking. 

FREN'ULUM, FRB'NUM. Fold of iiiucouh membrane liolding 
a part, as frenum of tongue. 

FRI'ABLE (fri'-a-bl). See Fragilitas. 

FRICTION (frik'-shun). Rubbing together. 

FRIED'REICH'S DISEASE'. Ataxic paraplegia due to hered- 
itary influences. 

FROG'-FACE. Abnormal facial appearance due to tumors or 
nasal polypus. 

FRON'TAL (fron'-tal). Pertaining to the forehead. 

FROST'-BITE Intlammation due to exposure to extreme oold. 

FRUIT (frut). The product of plants. 

FUCH'SIN (fuk'-sin). See Rosauilin. 

FU'CUS VESICULO'SIS (fu'-kus). Bladder-wrack; an alter- 
ative. 

FUL'MINATE. Fulminic acid and a base. 

FUMIGATION (fu>mi-ga'-shun). Exposing to disiufectaut or 
deodorizing fumes. 

FUNCTION (funk'-shun). Special organic action. 

FUNCTIONAL (funk'-shun-al). Pertaining to a function. 

FUNCTIONAL DISEASE'. Impaired action of an organ with 
no apparent structural lesions. 

FUN'DAMENT (fun' da-men t). The anus. 

PUN'DUS. Visceral base. 

FUN'DUS GLANDS. Minute esophageal glands. 

FUN'GIFORM, FUN'GOID. Mushroom-shaped. 

FUN'GOID. Having appearance of or pertaining to a fungoa. 

FUNGOS'ITY (fun-gosM-tc). A fungus growth. 

PUN'GUS. Mushroom ; morbid ulcerous growth. 

FUN'GUS FOOT. See Madura Foot. 

FU'NIC (fu'-nik). Pertaining to the funiculus. 

Ft/'NJCLE (fu'-ni-kl). A cord-like bundle of fibres. 
FUNiauI^VS r/u-nik'-u-lu8). The umbUical cord. 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 108 

FU R (fir). Coating on tongae due disordered digeHtlon. 
FURPURA'CBOUS (fler-fQ-ril'-se-us). Having appearance of 

brau. 
FU'ROR UTERI'NUS. See Nympliomania. 
FU'RUNCLB (m'-run-kl). A boll. 
FURUN'CULOID. Resembling a boil. 
FURUN'CULOUS Pertaining to a furuncle. 
FURUN'CULUS (fQ-run'-kii.lus). See Furuncle. 
FURUN'CULUS GRIENTAXIS. Ulcerous facial disease of 

India. 
FUS'CIN (nis'-in). Matter found in animal faU. 
FU'SBL OIL (m'-sil). Amylic alcohol. 
PU'SIBLE (fQ'-8i-bl). Admitting of ftision. 
FU'SIFORM (m'^e-form). Spindle-shaped. 
PULSION (fQ'-zhun). Liquefaction, heat being the agent. 
FUSTIGATION (fiis-tS-g&'-fihun). Massage stroking. 



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GAD'ININ. Non-poisonous fecal ptomaine. 

OAD'UIN (gad'-Q-in). Active principle of cod-liver oil, without 
taste. 

GADOJS MORRHU'A (g&d'-us-mor-ru'-ah). Codfish. 

GAP'SA BUTnrON. See Furunculus Orien talis. 

GAG. Instrument keeping Jaws apart. 

GALACTAGOGUB (gal-ak'-ta-gog). Agent increuslii); milk 
secretion and flow. 

GALACTB^IA (gal-ak-tc'-me-ah). Accumulation of blood in 
the milk. 

GALACTIA (ga-Iak'-te-ah). See Galactorrhea. 

QALACTIDRCX8I8 (gal-ak-ti-dro'-sis). Milky perspiration. 

GALACnriNB (gal-ak'-tin). See Lactose. 

GALACTOCBLB. Tumor with milky contentR. 

GALACTOM'BTBR. See Lactometer. 

GALACTOPHORI^IS (gal-ak-tof-6r-i'-tis). Inflaiumatioii of the 
milk-doots. 

GALACTOPH'OROUS (gal-ak-tof-d-rus). See LactiferouH. 

GALACTOPH'ORUS. An artificial nipple. 

GALACTOPHTHI'SIS (gal-ak-td-tg'-sis). Emaciation from gal- 
actorrhea. 

GALACTOPOIBT'IC (gal-ak-to-poi-et'-ik). See Galactagoguo. 

GALACTOPO^IA(gal-akTtd-pd'-6e-ah). Milk.av^\>. 

GALACTOPYRBrrUS (ga^-ak-l6.p\-r5^-tus^, ^VWl1«s^t. 

GALACrORRHB'A (gal-ak-to-Te'-a\iV A\>woTm«\^o^ cA xo^ 






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OALACTO'SIS |eaI-ak-(0'-alB). ProductiDti of milk. 

OALACTOTHER'Apy (eal-sk-to-lber'-a-pe). Treating nuniliie 
intenie, by giving druge lo mother, tbe rormer derlvlngthe 
beneflt llirough the changed milk; milk trGBtmenl 

dlBBBBe. 

QALACTU'RtA (gal-atc-tu'-re-ab).' See Chylurle. 

Q&I/BANUM. BllmuIanl&nde^ipectOTBnl. 

OAXEA (ga'-lf^ah). Ahelmet-sbaped bandaga; the amnli 

OAt,L (gawl). Tbe bile ; cutaneons abraBlou. 

QAL'LA (gat'-uh'i. Nut-gall; an Astringent. 

OALL'-BLADIIER. Pear«haped ebb in liver, contslalng 

bUc. 
OALIZ-CYST (gawl'-Hlat). See Gall-bladder, 
aAI.I.'-DUCTS (gawl'-dukU). Blle-bearlng duct.'. 
OAI/LIC (gal'-IlE). Pertaining to nat-gall. 
OAI/LIC A'CID. .stringent aeld of nat-gall. 
OAI/LIPOT (gal'-l-pol). Small earthen Jar. 
QAI.'LON. Eight pintn. 
OA[,1.'-3TONB3. Biliary ooncrellona, 
OAHBOaE' (gnra-hnJO. SceCambogla. 
OANCLIFORH (gaug'-le-torm). ReHemblIng a gangUon. 
OAMOLI'OLUM (gBng-li'.«-tuni). A minute ganglion. 
OANOLIO'MA (gang-l»Ky-niati). Inflammatory arTectton 

lymphatic gland. 
I OAHQ't.ION (gang'-le^n). A small norvous rr-iitri'; h 

phatic gland. 
•ANQt-IONI'TIS (({Bng-ie-on-I--tlB). Inflnmraatloii ..f a i 

QAN'OREHIC (gang'-gren). Decomposition of » part n\ 

SAN'QRBNE, DRY. Death and Bbrlveling of n part n 

OAN'QRBNE. MOI3T. Ounuruue vlth morbid dlBcbarge 

QAN'QRENE, SE'NILE. Ur.v gaiigrono of tho aged. 

QAN'GRKNOUa (gang'-rfrnuit). Pertaining l.> Bamtrenp- 

OAR'OARIBU. OARQARIS'HA. A gargle. 

QAR'QLB (gar'.gl|. Til roat-wneh . 

OAR'LIC (gar'-llkl. Htlnialaul and dlurotlo plant. 

■IfornimBllpr. 
QAS^OUS fgas'-e-un). perlainiii« Ui or reHemljIlng ga*. 
OA8P. Tolabor for breath; 10 punt. 
«ABTERASTHB'NIA fgiu"-li'r-K«-thr.--no-ahl. Oa«lrlc dnti 



DICTIONARY OF TODAY. 105 

OASTERHYSTEROT'OMY. Opening of the uterus through 
the abdomen. 

OASTRAL. Pertaining to the stomach. 

GASTRAL'GIA (gafi-tral'-Je-ah). Gastric pain. 

GASTRECTASIS (gas-trek'-tfipsis). Dilatation of the stomach. 

GASTRECTOMY. Excision of portion of stomach. 

GASTRELCCSIS (gas-trel-ko'-sis). Ulcerous condition of 
stomach. 

GAS'TRIC (g^'-trik). Pertaining to the stomach. 

GAS'TRIC FE'VER. Fever and disordered stomach. 

GASTRIC JUICE (Jtise). Glandular secretion of stomach. 

GASTRITIS (gas-tri'-tis). Inflammation of stomach. 

GASTROBRO'SIS. Perforation of stomach. 

GASTROCELE (gas'-tro«€I). Hernia of stomach. 

GASTROCNE'MIUS (gas-trok-ne^-me-us). Large muscle of calf 
of leg. 

GASTRODID'YMUS. Double monster with single abdomen. 

GASTRODYN1A (gas-trodin'-e-ah). Pain in the stomach. 

GASTRO-ENTERITIS. Gastritis and intestinal inflammation. 

GASTRO-EPIPLO^C. Pertaining to the stomach and omeu> 
turn. 

GASTROLITH (gas'-tro-lith). A gastric concretion. 

GASTROLITHI'ASIS. Forming of one or more gastroliths. 

GASTROL'OGY (gas-trol'-o-Je). Written description of the 
stomach. 

GASTRG-MALA'CIA (mal-&'-se-ah). Softening of walls of 
stomach. 

GASTROM'BLUS. Monster with abdominal limbs. 

QASTROMB'NIA (gas-trd-rng'-nS-ah). Gastric menstruation in 
place of normal uterine flow. 

GASTROP'ATHY (gas-trop'-a-the). Gastric disease. 

OASTROPBRIODYN1A. Violent periodical gastralgia. 

GASTRORRHA'OIA (gafi-tror-rfi'*je-ah). Gastric hemorrhage. 
See Hematemesis. 

QASTROR'RAPHY (gas-tror'-a-fe). Suture of gastric wounds. 

GASTRORRHE'A (gas-tror-rg'-ah). Abnormal amount of gas- 
tric secretiont#. 

G ASTROSCOPE. Instrument for looking into living stomach. 

GASTROS'COPY (gas-tros'-ko-pe). Using of the gastroscope. 

GASTRO'SES (gas-trd^HsSz). Gastric diseases. 

GASTROSTOMY (gas-tros'-td-me). Abdominal operation es- 
tablishing fistula of stomach. 

QASTROTOME (gas'-tro-t6m). InBtTumeti\.\3i%^^Vci%^3aXt^'^^»''^ * 

GASTROT'OM Y (gas-trot'-o-me). AbdomVTv«\ ot ^^\Jt\^Vcvs^sV^^' 

OATH^BRJNO. Abscess; suppuraUoxi-, vvVcet. 



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SAUI.THB'RtA {^wl-thf-i«-ah). WlatersreeD ; i 



OAUZB (gawz). A delicate truniparent ulolli. 
OAV'AQE(gav'-ahzlil. CoinpiilHorf feeding. 
QBL'ATIK {Jpl'-n-tlii|. Ttio triuiBpHreDt tiilro^ei: 



modlc. 
OEMEI/LI Ijem-cl'-li). Plural of gemelluH. 
QEUEL'LUS (jrm-el'-us). Que pun of u double structnn 
OBllEI.'l.U3 MUS'CLB (rauB'-cI). See Gostraenemlas. 
QEM1NATE. CEMINOUS. Oucurrlng iu pulrs. 
QEN'ERATE [ jon'<«r-iU). To begi-t; to bring iaUi«xtM«iee. - 
QENERATION (Jen-er-4'-aiiun). The act of generatfiiBv A. 

QENEK'IC (Jtni-ff-lk). BoloDKlDg tu the xame genius. 
QENE'BIAL (Jen-i'-se-al). Pertalolng to generation. 
QBNBSIOL'OCY (Jen-C-^l-ol'-^Ji:). The scleiit-p at genentloB 
QEN'BSIS (Jcn'.i^Blir). Production. 
OENETaC. Pertalningtogeneratlou. 
OENl'AI. (Jtfn-r-cil). Pertaining lAtbeulilii. 
GENICULATE tJen-lk'-a-lit). ReBemblltig the band afr 

kneo. 
OENI'OPLASTY IJen-I'-o-plUB-tbf. Plastlu surgery at Ibe obtl 
GENITAL IJen'-l-tal). Pertaining tu tlie genitalia. 
QENITA'LIA (Jrn-ll-ii'-le-Hli). Orgnna of generation. 
GEMTIAM {Jeut'-abun). Bitter ataniHeblc tonic 
GE'KU <Je'-ntl]. Tlio knpe. 
GE'NU EXTROR'SUM. See Oenu Vnriim. 
QB'NU VAL'CUM. Knock-knees. 
GE'SU VAliUH. Bow legB. 

QEN'UFLEX (jL^u'-fl-floltH). Flexion of the knee. 
OEN'YPLASTV (Jen'-*-pl«B-te). Plaatlo operation of i^mek. 
CEOPH'ACISM (J.^r-a-giim). PUllior dlrt^atlng. 
QBRA'NIUM (JeiMV'-nCi-um). Mild astringent. 
OERATOL'OGY (Jer4t-o1'-»]^). !Kclenw pertolnlnti Iu o 

«e. 
CBRU (Jirml. Tbo vital point of einbryi from wlileli au an 

mal or plunt Is produced. 
OBRU DISEASE', DIsuuHflonu.oa b> I>a..-llll. Hee Bel.lioni. 



DICTIOSAITT OF TO-DAT, 
lEIfMICtDE Jef-nil-clil). .Vgeol killing tetm.. 
IBBTtlNAI, Ijef-mi-nalj. Penal Dlog to n grrm. 

Termination. G^nDinai deveiopmcoi. 

lERIIINAl. HEH-BRANE. The btastodenn. 

lERU THE-ORV. The bvllet Iliut girniB an IL.- . 

cerlaiD diBfBi'^s. 
iEROHORPHISM- AeedoppearanceoryonHi. 
lERONTOX'ON U^r-on-toks'-onj. See Arciu tteulllB. 

Tiomjeni'-alimii. Hi-e Pngaaacy. 
H'ANT (Jl'-ant). AbDonnally developed Bdult. 
■IBBOSaTY f eib-os'-l-tc). A humporproJccUoii. 
'BWBOVS mb'-iun. OoDvexU}-; a raanded swelllUK. 
|^ID1)IKESS. See VerUso. 
ItN (Jin). An iLrome,Uc alcoholic liquor. 
blNXtER (Jln'-Jerl. Sec ZinKlber. 
6lNGI'V.«lJiQ-Ji'-v«j. Thegumx. 
piNQI'VAl. IJlD-Jl'-vBl). FerUkiniDg to tbc guius 
taNGIVITlS (JlD.Ji.vl-.tia). inaammstion o( the (funu 
fcaiNCLYMOID (^ng'-le-moidt. HHVtng ttie appeaui 

tolNOXYMUS Iging-iMnui). Hingp-Jolnl. 
paiN-SBNQ (Jlll'^^lng). A tonk- root, lis. d lurgely 
CLlDCBe. 
BQIR1>LE(gIr'-dl). A body bell or band. 

R'DI.B PAIN. A fppllQg of peLviu coiniireBBloii. 
OLABEI.'LUM IglA-bet'-lum). Spacs above nose and Iwtwi 

eyebrows. 
OLADI'DLIN <glad~r-<>tlii). Matter found in cerebral timue 
aLADl'OLU&(glad-i'-6-luii). eternal center. 
QLAIR'Y (glar'-^). Resembling egff albumen. 
GUIKD. An organ aecretlng or excreting a BUbBtanoe. 
OLAN'DERS. A eontnglouB equine dlseaw. 
GLANDULAR. PcrtnlnlQg to nglatid. 
QLAKD'UI.E (gland'-yal). A Bmall ghiud. 
GI-AKS (glane). Bulb-Like end ol pouin nud ,;lltorl.. 
QLAU'BBK'a SALT. Bodlumsalphale, 
OLJLUCI'NA (glHW-si'-nHii). Cow-pox. 
I ai-AOCO'MA (Elnw-ka'-mali). HardcQiug of ey.-hall ftomdis- 



,- tlie 



f)I.EET. Dlseaee Hometlmes 
Konorrhea. 
~ E'NOID. A Bhaliow cavlly. 

H (gti'-a-dlii>. Anorganic con 
A (gll-V-mah), Tamor made u 
^LIOMATO'SIS li|-ll-n-mal-<-<'->iIi<). Gm 



idlni 




MB MAKXEKW l-OCKKT MEDICAL 

OI.IS'SON'S CAP'SULE. McmbreuouH unvelopo of li«pUfe 

GLCHATE (glo'.bflt). RcBOmblIng u globp. 

0L0&£ OP THE EYE. Tho oye-ball 

OLCXBIN Pmteld of decompoacd liemogUiljin. 

GLOB'ULar (glob'-Q-lar). ResemblluKnglobe. 

ClOB'ULE (glob'-Ql). Asnial globe. 

OLOB'UI.TN (glob'-Q-llii)- ProteldorRrystBlllne lena; aJbonl- 

nold of blood corpnHolea. 
0L03UB (gLii'-biw). A globe. 
OLO'BUS HYSTERI'CUs. Ujalcrla Willi choklnK Kenwtk* 

&H tliough Qbul werelodgutliDtheUiroal. 
GL.0M'ERATE <Blom'-er.at). Amlxed muH. 
OLOM'ERULE. A cluster of veasela. 
OLONO'lN (gl£l-iiC'-li]). geo TTItroglyoerln. 
GLOS'SA (gLoe'-ubJ. The tODgne, 
Gt.0SSA'0RA(g1(WHV-rrab). Fd^e U-lotnalgla. 
GLOS'SAL(gloe'-al>. Portalning to tha Mngue. ' 
GLOSSAL'QIA (gluB-al'-Je-nh). J>i>ln In the tODgne. 
GLOSSEC'TOMY iglna-ek'-to-me). Glossal exolHton. 
GlOS&I Tl3 (^loB-I'-tlB). Indammatlonor tho tongue. 
GLOS'SOCEt.E |gl[|B'.0-H<:lJ. Abnormal swelling of tho tongor 
GLOSSOG'RAPHV Description of tbotonffue, 
G1.0S'S01D (^los'-old). IteBambUng thetongue. 
Gl.OSSOl.'QaY (gloe-ol'-^J(!]. 'trpHtlKS on tbc tongue. 
GLOS&OL'VSIS (glotM>I-««lB}. Glossal pBralyaia. 
GLOSSOPHYTIAUlos.&fl'-te-alO. Seo BlBch Tongue. 
GLOSSOPLE'GIA. SCQGlossolyalA. 
GLOSSOT'OMY (gloa-ot'-^mc). Glowwl czcliton or diMieotloft 
GLOa'SY 9KIN. See Atrophoderma. 
OLOT'TIS. Mi>iioc1)elivecn arytenoid vartllages. 
GLUCOHB'MIA(eln-ke-br'-me-nli). Sugar Id the blood. 
OI.U'COSE(gliV-krA|. f^u(-arof grapex end other ftalta. 
GLU'COSIDE. Orgaolc compound of gluooae and w. 

OLUCOSU'RIA (glO-kda-U'-re-Bh). ^on Glyooanrla. 
OLUTB'AL. Pertaining to tlK'iial-H. 
GI.U'TBN. ConntUucnt <i( flour. 
GLUTEI (glQ'-tfrl) The uutw. 
QLUTIH see Gelatin. 

GL>U^IT40Ua<gIti'.tln-nE). RpHunibltiig gliii'. 
OLUTITIS (gla-lV-il-(, Inflaminatloti of glutei inuadeH, 
GX-YCfiRlN. Sweet liquid obtained from di>r-ompoa«d fl 
CLKCEKITE, OLYCBRnUM. G\7CPHn-, <i vohlPio Ibl 
medicinal agent. 



PICnONARY OF TO-DAY. IW 

CiLY'ClM (glr-aln). See Ulyeocoll. 
<3LYCOCHOI.'IC AC'IO. A bile acid. 

OLY'COCOLl. ^gli'-kiVKoll. Hubsteiice In bile andalsoln Eelatlu. 
CLVCOCEN. Animal Btarch ; matter In liver, mUBcles, etc. 
Gl.ycoaEN'Esls (El1-k6-Jen'-c-sl6). Generallon or gl; oogen. 
GI.YCOHE'MlA (gU-kfrhe'-me-Bh). See GluoaliemU. 
<iL,YCORRHE'A. FIoworsugBr-bearlngOuids. 
GLYCOSUlitA (Ell-kOs-Q'-re-ab). Sugar la the urint'. 
Gl.YCYRRHrZA(|;llH-lTl'-ZBh). A demulcent ; laxative. 
GNATKAL'QIA (nalh-ul'-Je-ah). Facial |>BlnB. 
GNATH'ICCnatbMk). Pertaining to the JaWF. 
GNATHlTlS(iiath-I'-Ua). Inflammation of tlie JawB. 
GNATHOCEPH'ALUS (nath-6-«ef-a'lui). Monster wltli rudi- 
mentary head In which only tbe JawH are dlntinguiabable. 
QNATH'OPL.A8TY (Qath'*ptaB-te). Plaitic surgory of tha 

I OOO'OL.ES (gog'-ls). Dark-colored Epectaclee. 
I GOITRE. Abnormal BvpfllUnB of tbyroid gland, 
' GOITRE, EXOPHTHAL'UIC. See Exopbtbalmlc Ooitrc. ' 

I GOI.D'-THREAD. A bitter tonic. 

b OOL-'DBN SEAL. See HydrasClB. i 

I GOMPHI'ASIS {gom-n'-a4lB}. Pain or looBeness of teeth. 
I QOMPHO^IS (gom-m'-BlB). Articulation of bones not permit- 
ting movement ; processea received In Hocketa, bb the taeth. . 
I OONA'GRA (gon-u'-grah). Oont in the knee. 
I OONARTHRITIS (gon-oi^thrl'-lle). loflammatlon of koee- 
I Joint. 
I QONARTHROC'ACE (gon-ar-throk'-i46). WhlMawelllngof the I 

■ GONABTHROT'OMY (gon-ar-tbrof-o-me). luclalon or exolalon 1 
of knec-Jolnt. 
QON-ECYBT (gon'-e-«Ut), The seminal vialcleB. ' 

QONECYBT'iC (gon-e-BlBt'-lk). Pertaining to tbe Hemlual | 

vesicles. 
G0NBP01ET1C. Pertaining to seminal necreUoiif. 
QONOCOCCUS IKon-6-kok'-iiB|. Gonorrheal mlecoeoci^us. i 

GOVION. Tbeoiiterangieof lower Jaw. I 

I QONORRHE'A (gon-or-e'.ah). Urethral or vaginal liiHamma- , 
■ tlon, with u dlBi'horgo In which gonococcl are fimiid, 

H OONOKRHE'AL (gon-or-^'-al). Pertaining to gonorrhea. , 

H QONORRHE'AI' RH&U'MATISH. Kheumatiem Hui-ccodlng I 
H gonorrhea. 

H^ QONOSCHEOCELECgon-OB'-kc-o-stil). See Spermaloeelc. 
B OONYAI/QIA (gon-c-al'-je-ab). Falu in the knee. 
^■CONTOCELrElgon'-^Oiel). SeeOonarlhrocucv, 



UU WAKNERS I-OCKET MKDIL'AL 

QONVON'CUS (Eou-e-ong'.kus). Tumor of ttio kneft' 

GOOSE' SKIN. MumaDtsry bulbao* Bxpanslon of shM' 

GOK'GET. T?rin applied to Heveml Inntnimpnls urea 

urelbml opcmllunH. 
O0BSVF»IUU. Ooltoo; root iB an ommenagogne; bl«H 

nirnlBbeB iibsorbenc cotton, etc. 
OOUCE. A I'hlst^l ufleil to cat bones la surgical DpemtlDas, 
OOU'LARD'S EXTRACT. HolutionorEntiHGetstpor Ipsd. 
aOUT (gon-l). Artlcolur tntltiminBliun, iirlotmln, elc. 
GRACILIS (gTM'- 1 -his). A slender niiiHcle of the Ihlsh. 
GRAD'UATE. A ii;laBB tabG markeii Oir nieaenrlng llqnlda 
GRAFT. Living tltwiie transiilanU'd rtoiii onn peraor 



ORANATUM. PomegranatB ubi 
GRANU'LAR. PertaltilnE l« Eru 
ORANU'LAR LIDS. ReeTra.-lio 
GRANULA'TION. New tlHHUR : 



GRAN'ULE (grn 


I'-yulj. 


VamuUplllorKraiii. 


ORANULO'MA. 




ur orowth of Kranulatlan Lls«ue. 


OHAN'ULOSE 


Kran'-fi-l 


in). ApplIfMl III Boluble portloR 



GRACE BU'QAR. I^ee Gluooai'. 

GRAPH'OSPASM (grnr-O-flpHznil. Cramp in niusclm all 

due to wrUlng, 
ORATING (grS'-tlng). IrrilatlDgsonnd henrrt when unovi 

coarse Burfuces are rubbed ti^elber. 
QRATTAOK' (gra-tahib'). The nt-t of eiirvllln:!. 
GRAVB'DO (grS-ve'-ilo). Bet- Corj-ia. 
CRAV'EI.. Urinary depoBlt. 

□RAVE'S DISEASE'. Hee Exophthalmic Uollre. 
GRAVE'-WAX (gr»v'-wsk»). See AdlpcKcrc. 
GRAVID. la a pregiiatil condition. 
GRAVIDIN. Urinary preclptlJil* of pi'BgnanI wonieii. 
GRAVaTY (grav'-l-te). Weight; centripetal fnrci-. 
QRAVITY, SPECIFIC. CoiiiparlKon by welKht oT any 1 

with an equal TOlame ur pun- water. 
GREEN SICK'NBSS. Sen ChlumsiB. 
GRINDE'LIA (grln-dC'-le^li). A remedy fnr dlHeHse* ol 

kOSIND'ERS (grind'-erz). The m<>»nr li'i'Wi. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. Ui 

IRIND^ER'S ASTH'MA (az'-raah). Pulmonary irritation duf 

to metallic dust deposit, occurrint? in Kcissor-firrindrrH. 

etc 
GRIPPE' (gripO. See Influenza. 

ORCCER'S ITCH. An eczeinatouK affection of tlio hands. 
GROIN. Angular curve above tliigh. 
GROWnNG PAINS. Popular term for pains in lirnljK of Mm- 

young. 
GRU'ELr (grO'-el). Boiled meal ; porridge 
GRUIAOUS (gra'-mus). Clotted; thick. 
GRUnrUM (gru'-tum). See Milium. 
GRYPCSIS (grl-pC-sis). Curved ingrowing of nails. 
QUAI'ACOL (gwi'-a-kol). Active principle of creasote. 
QUAFACUM (gwi'-arkum). Expectorant and alterative resin. 
GUIL'LOTINE (gil'-6-t^n). Instrument used in tonsillotomy. 
QUIN'EA WORM (gin'-e-wirm). A genus of nematoid or throad- 

worms. 
QULXBT. See Esophagus. 
GUM. Sticky exudation of somo plants. 
GUM AR'ABIC. See Acacia. 
GUM'-BCIL. Gingival abscess. 

QUM'MA. Byphilitio formation resemblinj^ a trascous niash. 
QUM8. See Gingiva. 
GUN COT'TON. See Pyroxylin. 
QURCLINO (gprg'-ling). Bubbling sound lieard an a fluid in a 

cavity is replaced by air. 
QURJUN BAL'SAM. An oleo-resin used in gfnitr>-urin>»ry 

diReases. 
GUSTATORY (gus'-ta-to-re). KelatiuK to t)ie last «>. 
GUT. Bee Intestine. 
QUT'TA PBR'CHA. Gummy Juice of plant, used to make 

■uit^lcal appliances. 
OUT'TA SBRB'NA. See Amaurosis. 
GUTHTURAL. Pertaining to the throat. 
GYMNA'SIUM (Jim-nfi'-se-um). A place tltU'd up for pnHrtice 

of gymnastics. 
GYMNAS'TIC (Jiro-nas'-tik). Pertaining to cxerciKi-. 
GYMNAS'TICS. Science of methodical cxtTciKe. 
GYNANa>RIA (jin-an'-dre-ah). Hermaphroditism. 
GYNATRB'SIA (Jin-a-tr^'-ze-ah;. Vaginal atresia. 
GYNHS (Jin'-e). A woman. 

GYNBCOLr'OGY (Jin-o-kol'-o-jO). Si^ioncf relating lo the dis- 
eases of women. 
OYNBCOL/OGIST. Ono who makes a K\H'e\a\\y i>t VtvwVw 

ifhwaeeg of women. 



112 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL. 

GYNECOMASTIA (Jin-e-kd-mas'-te-ah). Abnormally enUurfed 
mammary glands of the male. 

OYNO PLASTIC. Relating to plastic surgery of fieoiale geni- 
talia. 

QYP'SUM ( jip'-sum). Native calcium sulphate. 

GYRATION (Ji-r&'-shun). Circular movement. 

QVRl ( JV-ri). Convolutions, as intestinal gyri, cerebral gyri,ekL 

GY'RUS ( jl'-rus). Singular of gyri. 



H. 

HABE'NA (h&-b6'-nah). See Frenum. A. certain bandage. 

HABBNIJLA (ha^ben'-u-lah). Structure resembling a firenon. 

HABIT. Accustomed practice; constitution; condition. 

HAB'ITAT. Natural place where a plant or animal lives. 

HABITATION. Abiding place. 

HABROMA'NIA (bab-ro-ma'-ne-ah). Hilarous dellrianu 

HJB, See He-. 

HAIR. Filiform growth on the skin. 

HAIR-FOI/LICLB. Minute cavity receiving root of liair. 

HALISTBRB'SIS. Softening of bone and losing their salts. 

HAI/ITUS. Vapor; odor. 

HALLUCINATION. Illusion of sense ; delusion. 

HALXUS, HAI/LUX. Great toe. 

HA'LO (ha'-lo). Brownish discoloration around the nipple. 

HA'LOGEN. Bodies capable of forming salts with metals;. 

chlorine, iodine, fluorine, bromine. 
HALOG'ENOUS (hal-oj'-e-nus). Capable of forming salt cQai- 

poonds. 
HAXOID* The salts of halogenous bodies. See halogen. 
HAM* The femur and its surrounding muscles, tissues, etc 
HAMAME'LIS. Witch hazel, sedative and hemostatic. 
HAM'MBR-TOE (to). Upward curvature of toe. 
HAM'STRINGS. One of the thigh tendons. 
HAMOJLAR. HookHshaped. 

HAMIJLUS (ham'-u-lus). Process resembling shape of a hook. 
HAND. Extremity of arm, below the wrist. 
HANGNAIL. A shred of cuticle about base of finger nails. 
HARB'-LIP. Congenital division of lip. 
HARTSHORN. Popular term for ammonia. 
HASHISH. Bee Cannabis. 
HATTERS* DISEASE'. Consumption from inhalation ol 

particles of felt, etc. 
HAUNCH. Hips and buttocks. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 113 

lAUS'TUS (haws'-tus). See Draught. 

lA WK'INO. Noisy displacement of phlegm for expectoration. 

iAY ASTH'MA (az'-ma). See Hay Fever. 

HAY FE'VER. Conjunctivitis, coryza, nasal catarrh, etc. 

iiEAD (hed). Bound body above the neck. The upper portion 

of a part. 
HEAD'-ACHE (ak). Pain in the head. 
HEAD'-LOCKaNG. Catching together of fetal heads during 

delivery of twins. 
HEAL'INQ (heMing). Healthy union of wound. 
HEALTH (helth). Absence of disease. 

HEAL'THY PUS (her-the). Pus formed during normal granu- 
lation of a wound. 
HEAR1N6 (her'-ing). Sound-perceiving sense. 
HEART (hart). The organ receiving and sending forth the 

blood; the circulatory system center. 
HEART'BURN (hart'-b'irn). A form of dyspepsia in which a 

burning sensation is located near heart. 
HEAT, PRICK'LY. See Urticaria. 
HEAT'-STROKE. See Sunstroke. 
HEBEPHRE^NIA (hd-be-ArS'-n&^h). Pubescent mental abbera- 

tlon. 
HEB'ETUDE (heb'-e-tud). SUte of mild stupidity. 
HECTIC (hek'-tik). Applied to continued phthisical fever. 
HECTOGRAMME. One hundred grammes. 
HECTOLITRE. One hundred litres. 
HECTOMETRE. One Iiundred metres. 
HEDEOlylA (he-de-o'-mah). Pennyroyal ; emmeuugogue and 

carminative. 
HE'DRA. The anus. 
HED'ROCELE (hed'-ro-«el). Anal prolapse; hernia through 

sciatic canal. 
HEEL (hel). Rounded posterior portion of foot. 
HEL'COID (hel'-koid). Ulcerous 

HELCOL'OGY (hel-kol'-o-je). Science relating to ulcers. 
HEL'COPLASTY (her-ko-plas-te}. Curing ulcerH by skin 

grafting. 
HELCO'SIS (hel-kd'HSis). An ulceration. 
HBL'ENIN. Antiseptic constituent of inula. 
HEL'ICINE (hel'-i-sin). Coiled; winding. 
HELnCINE AR'TERIES. Winding arteries of jwiiile erect ■ 

tissue. 
HEL1COID (helM-koid). See Helicine. 
HELIENCBPHALITIS (hel-e-en-sef-a-lV-UsV "BtuAw-^v^xex ixv 

sunstroke. 



NTHl'ASIS. HUteresulLlngfttiin vorms. 
NTHICS. Befenoe relating U> wonuB. 
iNTHOGEN'ESIS. Growth of Intestinal worn 
INTHOL'OGY (bel-mla-thor-^Jej. TreKtlHe on 

INTHOUs {hel-raln'-thuH). RcBcmbUiis or p 



IH WARNERS POCKETT MEUICAC 

HEl-IOTHER'APY (hel-t-n-ther'-fl-pS), 8uD treatnieut of i 

HEXIX (be'-IIkd). Ttjs rltii if the external auraj 
HEL'LEBORE, AMER'ICAN. Hee Veratrliim Virida, 
HEI.1.£R'S TESTS. Nltrlu acid test for Hlbuminui 

caUBlip potusli test for btmaturla. 
HEI.M1 ■ ' 

HELUI 
HELMI 

HELM] 

tbU' 
HELMJ 

tow 

HELO'DES (hel-o'-ili:?.). MalHrla. 
HEMACHRO'iN |bem-a-kroMu). See Uematin. 
HEM'ACHROME (taem'4-krdni). Red heme! oolorlDg matt 
HEMACHRO'SIS. CoiidiUon with abnormal bemaobromA. 
HEMACY'ANIN lhem-B-Bl'-a-nlii|. Blue hcmal coloring loatl 
HEMACYTOM'ETER (bein-a-ei-tom'-^-Ierl. Apparatua ft>T 

t«rmlnlng amount of oorpuecleg Id tbe blood. 
HEMADVNAMOM'ETER. Apparatus rcglsl«rlogheinal pre 

HEH'AGOOUE. Agent prodiiclnB normal monthly Sow, 
HEIUIL (he'-mal). Penainlng to tbo blood. 
HEMAL.O'PIA. HcmalextravBsallonoreye. 
HEMAPHB'IN (hcm-a-O' in). Brown hemal coloring mkUeli 
HEUAPOIE'Sia (bem-a-pol-f '-aUI. Beo Hemogeaeala. 
HEHARTHRO'SIS. BemaleffUalon ofaJolDl. 
HEMASTAT'IC. Agent checking bemorrbage. 
HEMASTHENO'SIS. Impoverished blood. 
HEHATANCION'OSia(hem-Bt-an-Je4D'-a4la). Applied U 

aae dlseaneB of the blood- vessels. 
HEUATEM'ESIS (bum-at om'-e-ala). Hemal emesU. 
HEMATENCEPH'ALON. Cerebral bBraorrbagc. 
HEHATHER'UOUS Ihem-a.ther'-mue). Warm oondltlaa 

tbo blou 

HEUATHIDRO'SIS (hem-at-hl-dro'-fllgl. See HematldroalH. 
HEMATIC. PcrtalQlngto or reHeinlillng blood. 
HEMAT'ICA (hem-Bt'-lk-a). Applied to bemal retneilleB. 
HEHATIDRO'SIS. Penpliatlon Impregnated with blood. 
HEU'ATIN. Red hemal coloring ir 
HBHATIN'IC (bcni-al-ln'-lk). Agent bettering benud eooi 

XSKAT/NURIA lbem-a.t-ln'a--Tt^ii). HemU-lnl 



oicmoirABT or t»dat. tu 

VTtyBlUU. A blooi eatvoHilv. 
1'ATOBL.ASTS (bem'-M-d-Aterti'. Ser BlnaO^lmu*. 
Ill'ATOC£t.E(ben>'HiI-o«Ft. A UiDu>TU»<»at«ilBo( vbieli 
chiefly l>lood. 
lATOCEPH'ALUS. Cerebnl bemml ritnwsiJon. 
rATOCHE'ZIAdieni-U-A-k^-Bf^bi. BIomI) -aluult. 
IATOCOI.'POSiheiii-at-6-kor-po.i. Vosiasl Ix-uwrrbaCP. 
rATQCYBT. Cy«te<»>t>>nlDshlood. Vatokl bemorrtui^F'. 

ATOCYTEihem-OI-fi^Tl}. A bloodrorpuBcle. 
IATO^&S(hern-Bl-ii'-(IC-z>. tmpn^nsU^ with binod. 
BEIIATOC£N1C(timi-Bt-»-Jvu'-lk>. rprtslnlngtoIieniiJseiHBka. 
■ENOUS (hen>-«l-oJ ■*-n<»). Of lieiu«l ort»lD. 
LOSIN fheiii-a[-o|<lu' bill). »n HemorlobiD. 
HEHATOCRAPHY ibtm-nl-o^-ra-ft'). DnerlpUun or tbf 

REMATOMIDRO^IS (hem-Al-e^T-driy-slM). Hw HeniMltlnMis. 
HEM'ATOID 'hem'-at-DJdj. PcnalnlDs to or reMinblliig blood. 
HBU'ATOKRtT (bem'-al-o-fcrU). Iiutmin^iit ated fbr ume 

purpose us the hpraacylomcler. 
HEUATOL.'OCYlbeni-at-or-U'J^J. Treatise on tbr bliud. 
KEMATOI.'YSlS|hpRi-at-or'^«U:. Abnormnl fluldliy or ibe 

btWMl. coHi^lalltig wlUi dlOlcDlty. 
HEUATOt'y'nC(bein-M«-llt'-lk;. Agent catulog betaulbpn- 

BBMATO'MA(bein-at«--(Dah). Bloodf lumor. 
UeMATOlfETEK. Sam?as Mt-nuulynaii|[»iiei«r. 
HZMATOHBTKA (b<-ni->t-&m'''-tn>). I'tprlne bemorrha«e. 

Ctertne tienial pnuiun. 
HEHATOMPHAL'OCBLB. Bloody. Dinblll<-at lunior. 
HEUATOMyS'LlA ibetn-sUi-ml-r'-IO-ahi. Btondy elTualoii of 

HemATOMVELITIS. Innammation of epLbHl cord Crom 

HBUATOPERICAR'DIUU. Hemorrhuge lota pericardium. 
HZM'ATOPHVTE (bem'^t-o-nil. Bemal [ulcropliyte. 
HEM ATOP LAST IC (hein-al-o-plBK' l!k>. Seo Hemogeneato, 
HBUATOPOIE'SISIhGtn-Bt-n-tMii-r'-i'lii}. Bee HeiiDat«HU. 
■SIAlbem-ol-ap'-ae-fth). See Hemaropla. 
'ACH18{liera-at-or'-a-kls). Hemorrhage of the gpiue, 
lATORRHE'A (hem-Bt-fl-K-'-ah}. Modorato hemorrhage. 
*TOSAl/PINX. Hems) elTUBlnn of Fallopian tub?. 

TUEOGEI,B (heiii-at-o«'-kWl«OH. Hcn«i\ ftCtUVaV 

Inalrameni ukpiI In nxaTntna.Uoa "^ <ta* 



116 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

HEMATOS'COPY. Using tho hematOBcope. 

HEMATOSBP'SIS (hem-atr6HBep'-filB). Bee Septicemia. 

HEM'ATOSIN. See Homatin. 

HEMATCrsiS. The sanguiflcation of blood. 

HEMATOTHO'RAX (hem-at-o-tho'-raks). See Hemoiborax. 

HEMATOX'IC (hem-a-tol£BMl£). Applied to agents poisoning 
tlie blood. 

HEMATOX'YLON (hem-at-oks-i-lon). Astringent principle of 
logwood. 

HEMATOZCVON (hem-at'HV-zd'-on). An animalcule in the blood. 

HEMATU'RIA (hem-at-O'-re-ah). Blood in the urine. 

HEM AXIS (hcm-aksMs). See Phlebotomy. 

HEMERALCyPIA (hem-er-al-o'-pe-ah). Night-blindness. 

HEMIABLEFSIA (hem-i-a-blep'-se-ah). Visual defect in whlck 
half of an object is not seen. 

HEMIACHROMATOP^IA. Color-blindness involving one-half 
of object seen. 

HEMIALBU'MINOSE. See Hemialbumose. 

HEMIAL'BUMOSE. Mixture resulting from action of paa- 
creatic Juice on albumin. 

HEMIANESTHE'SIA. Anesthesia involving one-half of tht 
body. 

HEMIANALOB'SIA. Without pain on one-half of the body. 

HEMIANOP'SIA (hem-e-an-op'-«e-ah). See Hemiablepsia. 

HEMITAX'IA (hem-i-taks'-e-ah). Incoordination involving one- 
half of the body. 

HEMIATHETO'SIS (hem-e-ath-etro'-sis). Athetosis inTOlTliff 
one-half of the body. 

HEMIAT'ROPHY (hem-e-at'-ro-fe). Atrophy involving one4uaf 
of the body.- 

HE'MIC (h<^-mik). See Hemal. 

HEMI-CATALEP'SY. See Hypnotism. 

HEMICEPH'ALUS. A half-headed monster. 

HEMICHORE'A. Unilateral chorea. 

HEMICRA'NIA (hem-i-krA'-ne-ah). Unilateral cephalic nen- 
ralgia. 

HEMIDIAPHORE'SIS. Sweating involving one-half the body. 

HEMIDRO'SIS. See Hemathedrosis. 

HEMIDYSESTHE'SIA (hem-c-dl-ses-the'-RC-ah). Partial hemi- 
anesthesia. 

HEMIENCEPH'ALUS (hem-i-cn-sef-a-lUK). Monster with halt 
a brain. 

HEMIBP^LBPSY. Epilepsy involving one-half of tho body. 
HBMIHIDRO'SIS See HemidiaphoroftVft. 
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HEMIcyplA (hem-i-ap'-e-ah). See Hemiablepflia. 

HBMIP'AGUS. See Thoraoodidymus. 

HEM IPARAPLB'QIA (hem-i-par-a-pl^-Je-ah). Unilateral para- 
plegia. 

HEM IPAR'ESIS. Unilateral paresis. 

HEMIPHO^IA (hem-i-td'-ne-ah). Speaking in a very soa 
▼oice. 

HEM IPLE'OIA (hem-l-ple'-Je-ah). Unilateral paralysis. 

HEMISPASM. Spasm involving one-half the body. 

HEMISPHERE (hem'-isfSr). Half a sphere; unilateral por- 
tion of oerebellum. 

HEM^^OCK (hemMok). See Conium. 

HEMOCRYSTALLINE. See Hemoglobin. 

HEM'OCYTE (hem'-a-si t). A blood corpuscle. 

HEMOCYTOI/V8I8 (hem-a^I-tolM-sis). See Hemolysis. 

HEMOCYTOM'ETER (hcm-d4l-tom'-e-ter>. See Hemacytom- 
eter. 

HEMODROMOM'ETER (hem-d-dr6-mom'-e-ter). Instrument 
determining hemal velocity. 

HEMODYNAMOM'ETER. See Hemadynamometer. 

HEMOQBN'ESIS (hem-d-jen'-e-sis). Blood-making. 

HEMOGLOBIN (hem-6-gI6^-bin). Matter giving red eorpuscleH 
their color. 

HEMOOLOBINOM'ETER. Instrument used to approximate 
number of hemoglobin in the blood. 

HBMOOLOBINU'RIA. Hemoglobin in the urine. 

HEM'OID(hem'H>ld). Resembling blood. 

HBMOI/Y8I8. Dissolution of red-blood corpuscles. 

HEMOM^TBR. See Hemadynamometer. 

HEMOMBTRA. See Menostasis. 

HEMOPHILIA (hem-O-fil'-e-ah). Hemorrhagic diathesis. 

HEMOPHTHAL'MIA. Ophthalmic hemorrhage. 

HBMOPNEUMOTHO'RAX. Condition of pleura containing 
air and blood. 

HEMOPTYSIS (hem-op-tl-sis). Bloody expectoration. 

HEM'ORRHAGE (hem'-oi^iO)> £scape of blood flrom inclHion 
or rapture of blood-vessels. 

HEMORRHAGIC (hem-or-c^'-ik). Pertaining to a hemorrhage. 

HEMORRHE'A (hem-or-^-ah). See Hematorrhea. 

HBM'ORRHOIDS. Piles; small anal tumors. 

HBMOSPA'SIA. Withdrawing blood by means of vacuum 
apparatus. 

HBM08PA8TIC. Instrument used to perform \ieiciQik^«d&\»>.. 

HBMOSTA'SIA. Interrupted flow of blood \tv »OTtvft ^oxWo^ o^ 
the body. 



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HBHOSTAT1C (hem-o-Btal'-tk). SlfpUc; agei 
HBUOTACHOM'ETER (hcm^IaM-oni'-e-lor), 



□'RAX (Dem-O-thd'-raha). Thoracic bemal efl^alon. 
HSN-BANK (hen'.Mn). See IlyoBoyomUB. 
HEPATAI,'01A(hep-atraI'-Je-ah). Pain in the liver. 
HEPATBCTOMY (hep-aUek'-lo-mf). Hepallo Burgery. 
HEPATIC (hP[Mt'-lk), PertolNlQg to (he liver. 
HEPATIC LOBES, Bee Lobes of Liver. 

HEPAT1CA (he[f-at'-l-h»>i). See Liverwort. Liver Remedy. 
HEP-ATINE (hep'-ttWii). Qlyeogon. 
HEPATI'TIB (hep-aH'-lla). Inflftmraatlon of^tho liver. 
HEPATIZATION (bep-at-J-zA'-abun). Conversion of BubBlADC* 

(O reaembllng bepatlo tlaaue. 
HBP'ATOCELE |hep',«t-o«<'l). Hepatic hernia. 
HSPATOCIRRHO'SIS (bep.atrd-alr-d'-aiBl. Hepatic olrrlioslR. 
HEPATOCYSTIC lhep«t-fr*lB'-tlfe). Pertaining to ttio liver 

and gall bladder. 
HKPATODYN'IA (hep^t-6-dlo'-c-ah|. Palo in the liver. 
HEPATOGEN'IC (lieit«trO-Jen'-ik). Formed wllbln the li»Br, 
HEPATOGliAPHY (bep-aU)g'-ra-fe). D^ecrlpllou of the liver. 
HEP-ATOLITH. Hejialio stone or eoncrction. 
HEPATOLITHI'ASIS. FormBtionorbepsllcoODOretloiiH. 
HEPATOL'OGY (lici^atK>l'-6-Je). TreaUse on the liver. 
HEPATOMALA'C[A(bep-at«-mal-A'4e-ah). MalBCla<ifthelIV«r. 
HEPATOPOSTE'MA <hep4t6-poa-te'-Riab). Hepatic abaceai. 
HEPATORRHE'A. Ao hepatic flow. 

HEPATORRHEX'US (hep-al-or-eka'-ia). Rupture of the llTar. 
HEPATOT'OMY {bep-at-Qt'-o-mE). Inoislon of liver. Bee Hep- 

atecloiny. 
HERED'ITY (her-ed'-i-te). Due to Inherltani 
HEREO'lTARY <beivod'-i-tirre). Applied t 

dlBcaBcs tranamilted by ai 
HERHAPH'RODITE<lier-mar-ro.dlt). 

female genitalia, one of which la uaually rudimentary. 
HERMAPH'RODITISM. The atateorbeingai ~ 
HERMET'IC. Scaled 
HER'NIA (ber'-ne-ah}. .\bnorinal vlaceral protrusion, d 

raptured ci 
HER'NIAL. Pertaining to 
HER'NIA CER'EBRl. 
HER'SIA, PEM'ORAL. 

MSKNIOPUNCTURB. Opening nhi 




IflCTTONABY or TO-DAT. IN 

"Oliy |li«r-iu>-(it'-&4tif), ItemlBl (nrcsrjr. 

iC (bj-f^-^Ai. Treolmeat liivolvlns maximum itowa 

mt^IbcMls In cenenl. 
'■Sthir-pexi. A VMienlarolilB dliuiie. 
S ZOSTER. SeeiCoMer. 

lihlr^pei'-lki. Perlalnlnc in liprpc*. 
nPOBU (hir-pet'-i-form(, KowmbllPK hfrpe*. 
XfETOL'OGy rbir-peUil'-o-Je). Treallwun Uerp». 
■STEBO-AUT'OPL.ASTY (hel-er-f^»tV.-|>liiii-lF>. 8m Uelero- 




ll'Al.US(heIrerH>wr4-ln>t. Ituable-headcdmon- 
^,Blf ifcOtb bead! belDK ancqukl. 

IHRONOC (het-^r-o-kronMk). Pt-rlodlc: IntennlUenl. 
IDEN1C. lUlUlDK Ui Btinormal «liiiid-tlHDe. 
niODID^lIUS(bet«r-a-dld''i-mDHj. Double iiu>tiBt«r Willi 
leof which ia rudlmeQt&r)'. 
OU8. DinlmlJar; UDtlkc; iiilied; of dlirprviit 



BTEROINFECTION. Infection duo to eitraim i 
L latecUoii from u person free n\>nk tbe dixeBao b m 
tTEKOL.'OGOUS. Applied UidlHlmllarn u ue 
BTBROMOR'PHISU (het-er-o-nior''flsiii). t. rabn i 
StEROP'AOUS (lict-eiMij>'-B-KUH!. Monal » t 
over eplgaalric region, 

WEROP'ATHY (het-cr-op'^a-lbe). See Al opa h 
tTEROPHA'SlA (het'«l^4>n'■ae-Bb). Mentn sb a 
wrong wordH tu uonve; Ideas. 

tTBROPHE'MIA (bel^>d-rc'-in?-Kh|. Tlio a ta 
one thing lull wiiiTeyliig on eiillrelydlrreren 
[TBROPHOT*IA(het-er&-in-n<Mib). Vocal abe ra 
BTEKOPLA-SIA {beUcrK>-pli'*e-ab). Abnormal tJR 

opmenU 
KTBROPt'AS'TIC. See HetcrologuUK. 
ETSROPLASTY. TrannpoiilMoii »r «hln graftit 

~ETEROTAX1A(bet.«r'0-(AkB'H>Bh). Abnormal 

to orKO'nic dlsplHoinient. 
BTEKOTOTIA (het-^rO-Ui'-peah). CnngenltAl 

poilUon. 
ETBKOTBOPH'IA (lieMro-trtr-fe-ab). Hei- iU 

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HEXADACTYLOUS (heks-a-daft'-ti-loi). Having six flngen. 

HBXICOL'OOY. Treatise comparing an animal and his sar- 
roundings. 

HIA'TIS (hI-&'-tu8). An aperture or opening. 

HIATUS OP PALLO'PIUS. Petrosal groove. 

HIA'TUS OP WIN'SLOW. See Foramen of Winslow. 

HICCOUGH (hik'-kup). A spasmodic catch in the breath 
during inspiration, accompanied by a gntteral sonnd. 

HIDE'.BOUND DISEASE'. See Scleroderma. 

HIDROADENITIS (hi-dr6-ad-en-I'-tis). Inflammation of sweat- 
glands. 

HIDROPEDE'SIS (hl-drd-pe-d^-sis). Abnormal sweating. 

HIDROPOIE^IS (hi-dr6-poi-e'-sis). Formation of sweat. 

HIDROPOIET'IC. Sweat-producing. 

HIDROS'CHESIS (hl-dros'-kc-sis). Checking sweat. 

HI'DROSE (hV-drds). Sweaty. 

HIDRO'SIS (hl-drO'-sis). Process of sweating. 

HIGH'MORE, ANTRUM OF. See Antrum of Highmove. 

HrLUM. Fissure; shallow concavity. 

HINGE'.JOINT. See Diarthrosis. 

HIP. The broad upper portion of thigh. 

HIP'.JOINT DISEASE'. Arthrocace of the hip-Joint. 

HIPPOCAM'PUS. Applied to major and minor cerebral eon- 
volutions. 

HIPPOCRAT'IC PACE. Appearance of countenanoe daring 
and after throes of death. 

HIPPU'RIA (hIp-iV-re-ah). Abnormal amount of hippmic 
acid in urine. 

HIPPU'RIC ACID. A urinary constituent. 

HIP'PUS (hip'-us). Involuntary dilatation and contraction of 
the pupil, not due to light nor accommodation. 

HIR'SUTE (hir'-sOt). Hairy. 

HIRSU'TIES. Abnormal hairy growth. 

HIRUDO (hir-Q'-do). The leech. 

HISTIOID (his'-te-oid). See Histoid. 

HISTOCHEM'ISTRY (his-td-kem'-is-tre). Chemistry of the 
tissues. 

HISTODIAL'YSIS (his-to-di-al'-e-sis). Breaking up of tlBsues. 

HISTOGEN'ESIS (his-to-Jen'-e-sis). Tissue generation. 

HISTOGENET'IC (his-to-Jen-etMk). Pertaining to histogenesis. 

HISTOHEM'ATIN. Pigment of animal tissue. 

HIST'OID. Resembling tissue. 

HISTOL'OGY (hls-tor-o-Je). Treatise on tissue structures. 
HISTOL^YSIS (iiis-tol'-e-sis). TlRsue degeneration. 
HJSTON'OMY (hist-on'-O-me). Science ot UftHvxe Oi%Nc\ovta«n.V 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 121 

HISTOrOMY (hi8-tot'-o>me). Surgery of the tissues. 

HISTRION'IC SPASM. Spasmodic contraction of facial 
muscles. 

HIVES (hivs). Popular term for urticaria and similar diseases 
of the skin. 

HCXANQ-NAN. Chinese bark containing bruclne and strych- 
nine. 

HOARSB'NBSS. Husky state of the voice. 

HOB'NAIL LIVER. Hepatic cirrhosis, often seen In England. 

HODGlCIN*S DISEASE'. Lymphatic lesions with general 
anemia. 

HOPPHIAN'S AN'ODYNE. Compound spirits of ether. 

HOMATHOPINE (hdm-at'-ro-pin). Mydriatic alkaloid some- 
what similar to atropine. 

HOMEOICOR'PHOUS (hd-me-6-mor'-fus). Structural resem- 
blance. 

HOMEOPATHIC. Pertaining to homeopathy. 

HOMEOP'ATHIST. A homeopathic doctor. 

HOMBOP'ATHY (h6-me-op'-a-the). System of administering 
Areqaently, small doses of drugs, which in a healthy person, 
it is alleged, will produce the same symptoms that are 
thus treated. 

HOMBOPLA'SIA. Tissue development resembling normal 
tissue. 

HOMEOPLASTIC. Pertaining to homeoplasla. 

HOME'SICKNSSS (hdm'HSik-nes). Indisposition caused by in- 
tense desire for home. 

HOMOCENTRIC (hom-d-sen'-trlk). Having a common center. 

HOMOQE'NEOUS(ho-md'J^-n€-us). Of same nature or structure. 

HOMOQEN'ESIS (hd-md-Jen'-e-eis). Children undergoing de- 
velopment corresponding to that of their parents. 

HOMOIO^IS (hd-moi-d'-sis). See Assimilation. 

HOMOIOTHER'MAL. Unvarying, constant warm condition of 
the blood. 

HOMOI/OOOUS (hd-mor-o-gus). Of structural or typical 
identity. 

HOM'OLOQUE. Applied to corresponding organs of animals. 

HOMOLX>QY (hfr'mol'-d-le). Structural correspondence. 

HOM'OPLAST. See Homologue. 

HOM'OTYPB (h6m'-6-tip). See Homology. 

HON'EY (hun'-ne). See Mel. 

HON'EYCOMB RINCWORM. See Favus. 

HOOK. Instrument with pointed terminal cv\\:v^. 

HOP. See Hamulus. 

HORDB^OLUM (hor-dS'-o-lum). Stye; RinvxW p«L\pe>axia\ «X»cft»»., 



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HOR'DEUM. BHrlpy. 

HORE'KOUND Ihor'-bowml), Sea MarrublDm. 

HORN. Applied !■> liuoked-like Blruclures; a h 

HOR'N£R'S MUB'CLE. Thu tenBCir lanl muscle. 
HORRtPtLA'TlON (hor-lp-J-la'-Bbun). Btilveiins stnimUtii), 

with hair Hlaiidln^ on end. 
HOR'RORS(hor'-or£|. 8eo DelirluniTrcmcnf 
HOS'PITAL. Inslltuliun for tlie care of the injared nnd tiiclL. 
HOS'PITAL FE'VEB. Siirae as typhiiB fever. 
HOS'PITAL GANGRENE. )4re Gnngrene. 
HOS'PITALISM. Morbid sUto of tbe coiutltalir 

pi la I real den ep, 
HOST<li^l]. Any NUbacancu wlildli purasius iutefll mid eu 

HOUR'-O LASS CONTRACTION. Applied tan Dcrtain uterine 

DUntraoIioii. 
HOUSE'MAIb'S KNEElhowB'.mfid'B-ne). Patellar 

Uun. 
HUMECTANT (bCl-m 
HUUBCTATION (ba- 
HU'MERAL (hi)'-mer-al). fenainiiig 
HU'lIERUS(h(i'-incr-iiHJ. tinne of tb 

HUHID'ITY (bQ-mld'-l-te). Molslure. 
HU'MORS (bil'-morz). Applied Ui ani 
HUVORAI. (hO'-roor-al). PertalnloB 
HUttORALISU. Science Iti whIcU dlseBses are Bluibuiad U 

bumoral conditli 
BU'HULUS ibQ'-mn-lus). Hope; aoporiflo, bypnotlo Ul 

HUTCH'lNfiON'3 TSETK (t^Hh). Irregular aurnwe of luoln 

HUX'HAM'S TINCTURE. Compound liacture aC clOBbaiM. 
HVALIN. A cerlnln albuminoid subilaDoerormlDK in luiooi^ 



HY'ALOID AR'TEKY. Division of oentral retinal artery ' 

HY'ALOID MEM'BRANE. E n vol ci plug mem brai 
liumor. 

WyAtO/DIT/Sfhl-nl-old-l'-lVH), tieo HsaliUs. 
ljfr'AL,OfLiASM (hi'-al-fi-plaim). TranBpaiem. 'ptavsiB\mMtt, 



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t'-id). 



IIYDATID'IPORU<li1-<)H-tl<l'-I-rorm). 
HVDATOID (bima-Uild). Iteseinblliig a hydaUd. 
HYDRADENO'MA. Ttimoruf aewcat-gland. 
HYDRADENITIS. InHummalUm of lympbatlc eluDd^. 
HyDRAOOGUE (hl'-dra^gog). AKentB cftUBlne fiMJBt iloLillij ; 

pnrgaUvo. 
HyDRAMTIIOS (hl-draia'-u&iiB). AbDormal amoUDt uf woUr 

In the am u Ion. 
HVDRANQIOL'OQY. Treallae OD Ibe lymphatics. 
HYDRAR'GISM (bi-drar'-JlBm|. See Morcurlallsm. 
HYDBAROYR-IA (lil-drar-Jfr'.«-iih). KryCbematoui coudtUuD 

or skin trom oihlbltion uf iiiGrcury. 
HyDRARQYRI'ASIS (hi-drHr-ji-ri'4-eiB). See Mi^reuiialMm. 
HYDRAR'SYRUU. Meruury. 
UYDRARTHRO'SIS. Artloular dropay. 
HYDRAGTIN. Active principle of bydraBllH. 
HYDRASTIS. GoldvnseHl; bUtcr tonic 
HVQRATB (hl'-drdtj. A water compound In wlilch an iituni 

of hydro^n 1b replaced by a metal. 
HYDRE'MIA (bl-drC'-mc-ab). AICenual«d or aqurouH stale oC 

ttae blood. 
KYDRENCEPHALI'TIS. 8ec HydrocepbalUB. 
HVDRENCtPH'ALOCELE lbiMlreii-ne('-al-&4i«I). Hydnicv-iib- 

allcbernla. 
KYDRKMCEPH'ALUS |bl-dren.Kef-a-luH>. See Hydrocepbaltl!-, 
KYDRENTEROCELE (hl-dren'-lem)-Bel>. Inteetlnal hernUi 

IT I lb dropsical Btut. 
HyDRl'ASIS(bl-dri'-aH-ls). See Uydro-tberapedticK. 
HYDRIAT'RIC |hl-dr«-Ht'-rlb). Hydropathic. 
HYDRIODIC ACID. Ciinipouod of Iodine and Rater Impres- 

nalcd with bydroj^en Hiilphldo. 
HYDRO'A (b>dr6'-Bb). A (certain Inllammalory disease of Etc In. 
HVDROADENITI8. Innaintnatlon uf the awealrRlaudn. 
HYDBOADIPVIA (h1-dn>a-dlp'-Be.ah). Without drain? Ii'i- 

HVDROBILIRU'BtNllii-dro-bll-e-rQ'-blii). Fecal coloring nia]- 

HVDROBRO'MIC ACIDfbl-drO-bny-mlh). Acolarless, pungent 

gaa. 
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HVDROCB1.IA (hi-dnw^l'-O-ah). Abdomloal dropiy. 
HyDROCENO'SLS. A vater dlBCbarge. 
KVDROCEPHAL'IC (hl-drt-wf-«l'-lk). PertalntUK Ui hydro- 

HYDROCEPH'ALOCELB (ht-iIi««er-a)-<>««U. Hydrooephklls 

HYDROCEpHaloid (h1-dT»4er-«l-old). ttosembllDK hydro- 

HYDROCEPHALUS (h1-dr6«er-B-luB). Water on the br«tD. 
HYDROCH1.0R']C ACID. Ad sold ooDilatlDg of bydn«on 

HYDROCHOLECYSTIS (h1-dr6-bol-e4la'-Ili). Dropsy of th« 

gall-bladder. 
HYbROCIR'SOCELE <M-dn>«lr'-«6-»ei). HydTOoele snd varl- 

HYDrOCOL'fOcele. Vagtnal tumor with watery oontenla. 
HYDROCRA'NtAaii-cliyT-XnV-iie-iiUl. si-^ HydroMpbalnB. 
HYDROCYANIC ACID. PolcoiioasacldcOiutaUDBorhydroseD 

HY'DROCYST (lil'-drtWiliiL). A watery cynt. 
HVDRODKR'MA<li!(lrc.-der'-inaln. Edema of the ikln. 
HY'DROOBN (lil'-dr6-Jen). A light giut, prodaclDg water npOD 

oxidation. 
HYDROHE'MIA (bl-drfl-hc'-niMihl. See Hydremia. 
HYdrOHvmENi'TIS (bl-drO-hi-inen-l'-tlB). iDflammoUon ofa 

HYDROHVS'TKRA(til-drfl-Hl8'-ter-ab). Uterine d repay. 

HYDROI.'OgV (hl-dml'-i>-Je). A treatlseOD water. 

HYDRO'MA (hl-drO'-mah). Sep Cyat, 

HY'DRDMEL (hl'-lrA-mel). Haney-woter. 

HVDROMENINCI'TIS (hl-drO-men-la-jr-tls). Dropalcal luflam- 
mullonor the meninges. 

HYDROMENIN'GOCELE (hl-ilra-men-ln'-Eo««I|. Dropilcal 
Til en 1 □ geal ii eru la. 

HYDROU-ETER (hl-drom'-e-ter). Inatniment used to deter- 
mine pecincBfi'^lty "' flnlil>^. 

HYDROME'TRAOil-ilrA-mf'-lraiii. See Hydrobyalera. 

HYDROM'PHALUS (liI-droni'-nil-nB). AqueouH umbilici 

HYDROMV'ELUSdil-drom-r-e-lus). DropBlcalcaTlty orxplnal 



riy-BlB:. Dropsical inflamma- 
tinn nf kiani'yi'. 
HYDftoPATU'lC. Pertaining filiydropaUiv. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 125 

^P'ATHY. Water treatment of disease. 

^PBRICAR'DIUM. Pericardiac dropsy. 

DPHD^IA (hi-drd-f5'-be-ah). Disease resulting from bite 

abid dog. {A number of leading surgeons of the United 

es recently stcUed thcU they had yet to see a genuine case oj 

ropTiobiaf which is evidence of the rarity of the disease. 

%y SfMialled cases are merely fear of hydrophobia,— Ej>.) 

OPHONE (hr-Klrd-fon). Bag filled with water, an auxil- 

' to the stethoscope. 

DPHTHAL'MIA (hi-drof-lhal'-me-ah). Dropsy of the 

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DPHYSOMB'TRA. Gaseous dropsy of the uterus. 

DP'IC ( hl-drop'-i k ). Portai n i u g to d ropsy . 

DPNEUMATG'SIS (hi-drd-nu-mat-o'-sis). Oaseous 

psy. 

OPNEUMG'NIA (hl-dro-na-mo'-ne-ah). Pulmonary effU- 

1 of morbid fluids. 

OPNEUMGPERICAR'DIUM. Gaseous dropsy of the 

Icardium. 

OPNEUMOTHCRAX (hl-dro-nu-mo-tho'-ralcs). Gaseous 

aral dropsy. 

OPS (hi'-drops). See Dropsy. 

OQUrNONE (hi-dro-lcwi'-non). Diuretic derivative of 

b ursi. 

OPYRETUS (hl-dro-pl-re'-tus). Febrile disease accom- 

lied by sweating. 

OR'RHACHIS (hl-dror'-ak-is). Serous accumulation in 

lal of spinal column. 

ORRHE'A (hl-dror-e'-ah). Aqueous discharge. 

OSADENITIS (hl-dros-ad-e-ni'-tis). Inflammation of 

sat glands. 

OSAL'PINX (hl-dro-sar-pinks). Dropsy of the Fnllopiun 

>e. 

OS'CHEOCELfE (hi-dros'-ke-o-sel). Dropsical oscheocele. 

OSTO'MIA (hi-droHsto'-me-ah). Abnormal stomal seere- 

DS. 

OTHERAPEU'TICS (hi-dro-ther-arpu'-tiks). The science 

ating to the therapeutics of water. 

OTHIONE'MIA. Sulphuretted hydrogen in the blood. 

OTHIONU'RIA. Sulphuretted hydrogen in the urine. 

[QTHO'RAX (hi-dr6-th6'-raks). Thoracic dropsy. 

:<yTlS. Aural dropsy. 

lOT'OMY (hl-drot'-6-me). Use of water pxe^awT^ \vix ^Ns.- 

iting purposes. 

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HYDKOVA'KItlM (b1-dra-vi'-re-um). Drops}- or the ovarleL 
HYDRU'RIA (bl-drO'-re-ali). SeeDlobeleB InBlpldus. 
HY'GIENE[bI'-JC'-en>. The Bclpncc of heallh. 
HYOROL'OGY (hl-grol'-<f-Je). Treallae on Huino™ of tbe bodj. 
HYaROTfA (hi-srft'-mahl. A pyat ™iil4i1nhiB serous or albUr 

mlnouH SuldB. 
HYGROM'BTER. IiiBlruiin'iit for ineaHuriag stmospborte 

huml<tlly, 
HYSROSCOP^C. Applied l'< itiiiller eiipable of alMorblag 

molature. 
HY'HEN (bl-men). Delloite inuoouB meiDbranc at mouth of 

vBgiDa,lii virRlin. 
HYHEN1T1S (bi-roen-r-tlB). luQBiniiiatloa or liylnen. 
HYHENOiyRAPHY {bi-men-oK'-rH-rc). Umcrlptlon of mem-' 

HVMENOL'OOY (hl-men-or-D-J^I. Treatliteon the mentbrtuiM. 
HVMENOMALA'CIA. Membraoaiia luineiiloe. 
HYMENOR'RHAPHV. Vnglnal Biiture at thp hymen. 
HYOGLOS'BAL. Pertaining to tbe hyogloenuB. 
HYOGLOS'SUS, Mueole from byold t>one cauaing oooveKllj 

of tbe tongue. 
HY'OID BONE. Bone between baeo or tongue and larj'nz. 
HY'OSCINE [bi'-OB-lul. Alkalotd of byoseyaniua. 
HYOSCY'AHUS (bl-oB-Bi'a-muBj. Uenbaoe; HDodyDe; aedatlyt 

HVPACU'313 (blp-»-kfl'-al8|. Moderately deaf. 
HyPAI.QE'SlA(bip-al-Je--B&-Qh|. See Hypalgla. 
HYPAl<'GlA(bip-al'-Ji--Bh|. DuUneiw of ICoUng; nllgbtpkln. 
HYPE'HIA (lilp-e'-me-ah). See Anemia. 

KYPERACID'lTy<bI-per-as-]d'-l-U>). Containing too muohMU' 
HYPERAKU'SIS. Abnormal aouteneaa of itenae ol hekrlnc. 
HYPERAUOE'SIA (lil-per^l-Je-^e.ab). .\biiormnl seoMbUlir' 

to pain. 
HYPER AL'QIA Ibl-per-al'-Jf-ab). Bee Hyperalgesia. 
HYPERAPtnAibl-por-a(*-e-ahi.ExoefiBlveHCQlenea»oftacUUt7. 
KYPERCATHAR'SIS Exceulve catbarslB. 
HYPERCHRO'HA ibi-per-krO'-mabl. SuperDuoua prOdnoUm 

of pigment of Bklo. 
MYPBRCYE'Sia (bl-per-aI-«'-8ls|. ImpreEOStlon dnrlDg s«at»- 

lloo. R«e SiiperfetatloQ. 
HYPERDICROTHC (hl-per-di-krot'-lk). Unusually dlorotto. 
HVPERDIURE'SIS. 8e» Polyuria. 

HVPERDONTOQ'ENY (hl-pep-dou-tpJ'-c-ne>. Developuenl flC 
teeth alter dlBiippearance of acconft aetiVUltm. 
MYFSRBM'&aia (ili-peiM)in'-e-alB). EKCemWo ^(«n\tt»». 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 131 

HYPBRB'MIA (hl-per-^-me-ab). Having an excessive amoant 
of blood. 

HYPEREPHIDRCSIS (hi-per-ef-€-dr6'-8l8). ExcesBive secretion 
of sweat. 

HYPERBSTHE'SIA. See Hyperalgesia. 

HYPERESTHET'IC(hi-per-es-thetMk). Pertaining to Hyper- 
algesia. 

HYPERGEN'BSIS (hl-per-Jen'-e-siR). Superfluous production 
of any portion of the body. 

HYPERQEU'SIA (hi-per-gQ'-se-ah). Morbid acutencKH of the 
sense of taste. 

HYPERQLOBU'LIA. Superfluous increase of blood corpuscles. 

HYPERIDRCSIS (hl-per-id-rd'-sis). Same as hyperephidrosls. 

HYPERINVOLUTION. Abnormally rapid uterine involution. 

HYPERKINE'SIA. Excessive muscular irritability and con- 
traction. 

HYPERKINE'818 (hl*i>er-kin-e'-6is). Convulsive muscular 
twitching. 

HYPBRMASTIA (hl-per-mas'-te-ah). Abnormal development 
of mammary glands. 

HYPERMBTRCPIA (hi-per*me>trd'-p€-ah). Excessive ame- 
tropia. 

H YPERMNE'SIS (hl-perm-ne'-sis). Abnormally active memory. 

HYPERO'PIA (hi-per-d^'pe-ah). See Hypermetropia. 

HYPERORBXIA(hl-per^reks'-e-ah). Excessive appetite. See 
Bulimia. 

HYPEROS'MIA (hi-i>eroz'-me-ah). Abnormal activity of sense 
of smell. 

HYPEROSTOSIS. Osseous hypertrophy. 

HYPERPHA'GIA (hl-per-A'-Je-ah). See Hyperorexia. 

HYPBRPLA'SIA (hl-i>er-pli'-se-ah). Hypertrophy of "a part. 

HYPERPLASTIC (hi-per-plas'-tik). Pertaining to hyperplasia. 

H YPBRPNE'A (hl-per-pne'-ah). Spasmodic respi ration , as from 
running, etc. 

HYPBRPORO'SIS Abnormal callus production. 

HYPERPRAX1A (h!-per-praks'-e-ah). Excessively uneasy or 
restless. 

HYPBRPYRSnC (hi-per-pi-ret'-ik). Pertaining to hyper- 
pyrexia. 

HYPBRPYREX'IA (hi-per-pl-reks'-e-ab). Unusually feverish 
temperature. 

HYPERSBCRB'TION (hl-per-se-kre'-shuo). Excessive secretion. 

HYPBRSTHE^IA (hi-per-sthe'-ne-ah). Abnormal musAuAA.^ 
strength. 

H YPBRTKOPH1C (hl-per-trof-lk) . PeT\a\\iVvv^ V»\\^' ^^T\.x^Va:^ 



128 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

HYPERTROPHY (hl-per'-trof-e). Abnormal enlargrement of a 

part. 
HYPHE'MIA (hl.f5'-me-ah). Hemorrhage of the eye-ball. 
HYPHIDRO'SIS. InsufQcient sweat. 
HYPINO'SIS (hip-ln-«'-8ls). InsufQcient fibrin formation in the 

blood. 
HYP'NIC (hip'-nik). Inducing sleep; soporific; hypnotic 
HYPNOL'OGY (hip-nol'-d-Je). Treatise on sleep. 
HYP'NONE (hip'-non). A dangerous soporific 
HYPNOP'ATHY (hip-nop'-a-the). Unrefireshing sleep. 
HYPNO'SIS. State of sleep produced by an hypnotic. 
HYPNOTIC (hip-uotMk). Sleep-producing agent. 
HYP'NOTISM. Sleep caused by magnetic animal influences. 
HYPOCATHAR'SIS (hl-pd-kath-ar'-sis). Qentle purgation. 
HYPOCHON'DRIAC (hi-pd-kon'-dre-ak). One subject to hypo- 
chondriasis. 
HYPOCHONDRI'ASIS (hi<p6-kon-dri'-a-si8). Slight melancholy, . 

fear of illness, etc. 
HYPOCHON'DRIUM (hl-pd-kon'-dre-um). Lateral abdominal 

cavity immediately under ribs. 
HYPODERMATIC (hl-po-der-matMk). See Hypodermic 
HYPODERMAT'OMY. The act of cutting or inserting under 

the skin. 
HYPODER'MIC (hl-po-der'-mik). Under the skin. Applied to 

remedies injected under the skin by means of hollow needle 

and syringe. 
HYPODYN'IA (hl-p6-din'-e-ah). Mild pain. 
HYPOQAS'TRIC (hi-p6-ga8'-trik). Pertaining to the hypogas- 

trium. 
HYPOGAS'TRIUM. Lower portion of abdomen. 
HYPOGASTROCELE (hi-pd-gas'-tro-sel). Hypogastric hernia. 
HYPOGEU'SIA (hl-po-gu'-se-ah). Impaired sense of taste. 
HYPOGLOS'SAL. Beneath the tongue; pertaining to the 

hypoglossal nerve. 
HYPOGLOT'TIS (hi-po-glot'-tis). Beneath the tongue. 
HYPOGNA'THUS. See Epignathus. 
HYPOHE'MIA. Hemal effusion in eye. 
HYPOMANIA. Mild mania. 
HYPOMETRO'PIA (hi-p6-mg-tr6'-pe-ab). Near-sighted. See 

Mj'opia. 
HYPONEU'RIA (hi-pd-nd'-re-ah). Impaired perceptibility of 

the nerves. 
HYPON'OMOUS. Internal suppuration ; not on the surface. 
HYPOPH'YSIS (hi-pof-e-fiis). The pituitary body. 
HYPOPLA'SIA (hi-p6-pla'-ze-ah). ImpaVteA Oiev%\Q^T£i«a\« 



B l)Il.TIO.NAKY OK TU-iiAV. I» 

kwrpOT^ON (lii-po'-pO-on). Term for uliat fB popularly callo'1 
A black oye. 
HYPOS'MIA (hi-pox'-me-oti). Impaired wnso ot smell. 
HyPDSPA'DIAIlil-po-Bpfl'-de-Hb). Bee EpUpadla. 
HYPOSTASIS (hl-poK'-ta-ijIq). Sedimenl; preclpllate; dregs. 
HYPOSTHEN'IC. Weakening; etiervallng; debllltHted. 
HYPOSTYP'TIC(hi-p»«llp'-ttk). OentlBBlyptlc. 
HVPOTH'EHAR. I.ulfral pramlnonco of palm rrom wrist O 

lUtlcfliigcr. 
HVPOTHER'MAL (bl-pO-Lher'-mal). Modernlely warm; tiali- 

nurmul temperuture. 
HYPOTTiOPHY (liI-pol'-r6-R . Subnormal nourishment. 
HYPOXAN'THINB (hl-pO-zan'-Hiln). An animal leucnmalae. 
HVS'TERA (hls'-t&'riih). Ttieutcrufl. 
HYSTERAL'GIA (lil8-tBr«l'-K-ali). Uterine pain. 
HYSTERATRE'SIA. ImperforaLlon of oa uteri. 
HYSTERECTOMY (blB-ter-ek'-to-me). Uterine excision, 
HYSTE'RIA (hls-lO'-re-ah). Nervous offectlona common M> 

females. Bee Hysterics. 
HYSTERIC <hlB.U!r'-lk). Fertaluing to bysteria. 
HYSTER'ICS. FlUorconyulsioDsof hyBleria. 
HYSTERI'TIS (hls-tsp-l'-tlsl. InflaminaHon or Ibe uterus. 
HYS'TERO-CAT'AI-KPSY. Hyateria complicated with eata- 

lepsy. 
HYS'TEROCELE |ljlB--ler-6«il). Hernia of the uteroii. 
HYSTEROCLBI'SIS (hla-ler-6-m!'-«ls). (Iperallon produelnc 

uterine occluBloll. 
HYSTEROCYE'SIS (hls-ter-o-ai-e'-BlB). Uterine pregiiBoey. 
HYSTERODYN'IA 1hia-l«r-6-dla'.«.ab). See llystfiralgiu. 
HYS'TERO-BP'II.EPSY. Hysteria, tho panixytimii nf wblcb 

tesemljle epilepsy. 
HYSTEROQEN'IC (blH-ter-»-jeu'-ik). Prolific of hysteria. 
HYSTEROID (lilB'-t(-r-old). RcBembling bysterla. 
HYSTEROLITH (hla'.ter<o-1lth). Uterine enlciilus. 
HYSTBBOL'OQY (hia-tep-ol'-u-je). Treatise on the womb. 
HYSTEROMALA'CIA. Hotlenlng of uterine walls. 
HYSTEROMA'NIA. f«ee Nymphomania. 

HVSTEROH'ETRY (hiB-ter-om'-c-tre), Uterine measuromem. 
HYSTBROHYO'MA (lils-ter-fr-ml-e'-mab). Uterine myoma. 
HYSTEROMVOMKC'TOMY (his-ter-6-mI-S-mek'-t6-mel. Ex- 
cision of uterus above tiio vagina. 
HYS'TERO-NEURO'SIS. Uterine neurosis. 
HYSTERO-PARAL'YSIS. Uterine paralyaU. 
HYSTEROPATH'IA (lilH-ter-6-p»lh'-e-a\il. A.piiUeA\i^ " v 



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130 WARNER'S POCKET 

HVSTEROPTO'Sia (hl»-ter-op-W-8ls). Prolapse of the uteroH, 
HYSTEROR'BHAPHY (hla-ler-or'-n-fe). Suture of the uteru«, 
HYSTERORRH£X'[3 ( hJH-ter-6-rekB'-Blti). Utprlne rnpCore. 
HYSTEROTOME Oi1s'-ter-o-t«m|. loEtrDmHut for vagliisl or 

HYSTEROT'OMV. Using the liyelcrolome. Hee Ceiaraan 

HYSTEROTRIS'MUSdilH-ter-o-lrlx'-mus). Rpasmor thonteros. 
[VSTRICl'ASIS |lilH-tr1-8i'-a-Bia). Disease causins briBlIliiK ol 
hair. 



I. 

lAMATOL'OOY (i-am-at-ol'Hi-Je]. TreolLse pertaining I 

dial agenU, 
ATE'RIA a-a(-^-r»-ali). Therapeutics. 
ATRAt-IfTlC (l-at-iaU-llp'-Ue|. Applied to Ireatrae 

bluing ointments and massage. 
AT'RIC H-uf-rlk). Pertaining lo moaiKlnc. 
lATROI-'DGY (I-al-rol'-ft-JOI. Treatise on inedlulne. 
ATROPHYS'ICS. See Physics, Medical. 
ATROTECH'NICS (l-Bt-ro-Iek'-nlts). The practice a 



CEHi). Congealed water 








CE'-BAO. Hubbe 


bagfo 


apptyluglo 


e to a part. 


CK'-CAP. Rubber 


bag for 


applying Ic 




head. 












■CHOR (I'-feor). B 


rnlog 




barge. 




'CHOROUS(l'-kor 


OS). P 




nbling Ichor. 


CHORRHE'MIA ([-kor^- 


ml-ah). Dangero 


n disease n 


absorptlon of m 


orbld 1 


alter. 






CHTHYOCOL'LA 


(Ik-th&fl-kol'-ab). 


IslogI 


iss; product 



ICHTHYOID (Ik'-Ihc-oldJ. Rtjsembllbg a Huh. 

L (Ik'-the-ol). Remedy Tor shlii dlseaaea made from 

ICHTHYO'SIS (Ik-th^'BlR). FlAb-skln dlseaao; papillary la- 

doratlnn nfekln. 
ICKTKYOTOXICUM. A polaon obtained from certain nsh. 
ICTBREPATI'TIS (Ik-ter^p-at-l'-tls). InBammatlon of ttK 

liver oompUcaled with Jaundice. 
ICTERIC (Ik'-ter-lk). PerCalolng to Jaundluo. 
ic^ERODZ /)k'-l«r-6d|. JHundiced. 
XrrSROlD (Ik'-ter-old). Resembling laundlcc. 
'""jKUa (tk'-ler-aa), Jaundioe. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. ISl 

ICTUS (Ik'-tQB]. A suddeu attack, as apoplexy. 
[CTUS SAN'QUINUS (saDg'-gH-in-us). See Apoplexy. 
ICTUS SO-LIS (so'-lls). Sun-fltroke. 

:DK'A fi-de'-ah). Ttiougtit; Image iDthemloa: mlnd-plcWi*. 
QBATION (I-d^^'-ahun). FormBtloaof ainiDd-plctureorldea. 
DEO-MOTOR. Movemant In response to eerebratlon. 

lOCV (id'-l-frfle). Hubiiormal condition of mental facultiot 
See Imbecile. 
DIONEURO'SIS. DleeasD due to aO^ctloua of the nervoui 

■ystem. 
DIOPATH'IC. Primary : voluntary. 

THY (Id-a-op'-ft-lh^). Original form of dlBeaae, 
DIOPHRBN'IC (Id-eo-n^n'-lk). Conditloo Brialng from cere- 
bral dleeaseB. 
DIOSPASM (Id'-e-d-spazm). Local spnam. 
DIOSYK'CRASY (Id-e-e-slD'-krA^e). Pecallar disposition or 

D'lOT. One alTected with Idiocy ; nientall; deteotlre. 
IDIOTIC. PertalDlDgtoauldiot. 
lyiOTISM (Id'-l-ot-lzm). See Idiocy. 

S (Id-ro'-Bis). See Hyperldrosls. 
[QNATIA (Ig-nA'-Bhc-Bh). Seed containing bruoln 9 nndatrych- 
nine, obtained n'om SL Ignatia bean. 
>IIPUNC'TURE. Act or perforating with hot needles. 
:C'NI3. Fire. 

GNIT'ION (Ig-nlsh'-on). Act of flrlQg. 
L-EAC PAS'SION. Highly palnftil abdomlnai aflfectlon, with 

Il.EADBL'PHUS. Monster wilh duplication of pelvis and 

loirer ezlremltles. 
ILEITIS (tl-e-l'-tls). Inflar 
ILEO-CBVAL VALVE. A 

LEO-COLITia (co-U'-tis). Combined llelUs and oolttls. 
ILEOSTOMY. Operation establishing tlsMiIa In Ileum. 
L'EUM, Lower portion of small Intestines. 
L'EUS. Bee tieac Paaaloo. 

lAC (il'«-ak). Pertaining lo the ilium. 

RE'OION. The region on either side of the eptgastrlum, 
'ACUS (ll-i'-a-kue). Large muscle of tbo hip. 
lO-FBM'ORAL. Pertaining to the lUnm and femur. 
lO-LUM'BAR. Pertaining lo the ilium and loins. 

CTINE'AL, Pertaining to the ll\u.m ac*. \ 

ll^IUM (Il'-e-am). The lnnomln&luin\koae,[v.-<l 



r 



ISZ WARMER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

IL.LSCIT1MATE (ll-i-Jlt'-l-miitl. Applied Hi u DBlural uhlid; 

bastard ; DDlawfcil- 
ILIiU'SION. Deoplved by appourunueH; incairwt percopUon. 
IM'AQS (ira'-«J). Apmture. 

IMAOINATION. Act of concE'lvlug menUl lnuigHL 
lU'BECILE. MenlAlly weak und incapable. 
IMBECILITY <lm-be«ir-l-k'). The isuilItlOD of an Imbtdle. 
IH'BRICATED. The condition □( ovetlapplng. 
IMKBTJIATE (Im-v'-ill-at). Proxilnatp: direct. 
lUHED'lCABLB (Im-med'-lb-ii-bi). RenlHtlng all remedieE. 
IMMER'StOH |lm.«r'-shaii). Tlu- rif t iirBtibmergiaKln a liquid. 

aa waMr, etc. 
IMHIS'CIBLK (1m-UM-bl). Applied tudrugK not admitting cl 

IMUOBIL'ITY tim-o-bU'-I-ti'). tmmovabU-: llxpd. 

UlllUHE' (Im-mo. KDjOying Imtnunily. 

IKHU'NITY. Free ^om poenlble tnl^tloii. 

IMPACTED (Im-puk'-ted). Packed tagetber; I'.logKed. 

IMPACTION. Shock; Dolidllion of belug tinpacled. 

lUPALtJDISM. Malarial dlatliealB. 

IH'PAR. Not equal ; odd. ^^ 

IMPER'FORATE (Im-per'-rur-.U). CmiKf'Htal union uf orlllM^ 

as imporroralt anus, e«-. 
IHPERFORA'TION (lni-per-fiir--i'-«liiiii). Utate iif belnj Im-j 

IMPER'HEABLB. ImpervlouB; ImpaBHabli-. 



^Lhv/ 



IMPETI'OO <im-pe-tl'-«e). An ttnhtng; tiifluriiiQiitory dli 

JHPLACEN-TAL (ini-pia-»eii'-tal|. .Ibacn.'t uf placenta. 
IHPLANTA'TIO. MoQBterwltli rudlmenlary parasite attoi 
IMPLANTATION (Im-plan-li'-nbun). A«t of Braaing o 

seniDg. 
IMPOSTHUME (lin-poa'-tDuiJ. Sec Abecew. 
IH'POTENCE (Im'-po-tons). Impaired aexual strengtli. 
IMPREGNATION (im-preg-nil'-Kliun). Making pregnant 

IMPREQNATION, ARTIFICIAL. JiOeotlng into tlic n 

BSmen wlilcb has previously been cjacniated. 
IMPRSS'SION <im-preBh'-un). A groove -ir depression. 
IMPURITY (im-pttr'-l-le). Not pure; .'ontalnlnK ftji 

WAWJMATE (in.an'.l-m.U). WUbout Ufc. 

r fln-an-Uh'-uu). Condmon Cram starving. 
'AP-FBTKNCB (In-ap'-e-tenal. Xlcvo\a'it »v?bW^. 




DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 1» 

INARTXCllLATB(in-ar-tlk'-a-lit). Not articulated ; incoherent 
aentenoes. 

INAasmaLABLB (in-as-imMl-a-blj. Not admitting of assim- 
UaUon. 

INCARCBRArrSD (In-kar-ser^'-ted). Confined; applied to 
irreducible hernia. 

INCARCBRATION (in-kar-ser-ft'-shun). 8tatc of being incar- 
cerated. 

INCARNATION (in-car-n&'-shun). Granulation ; ovular devel- 
opment. 

IN'CBST (in'-seet). Ck>itU8 between immediate relatives; the 
onlawftil knowledge of females under age of oonnent. 

INCINBRATION. 8ee Tremation. 

INCISBD'CinHSlzdO. That which ban been cut. 

INCISION (in-Blzh'-un). Cutting into, aK abdominal inclKlon. 

INCI'SOR TBBTH (iuHSi'-sor-teth). The four teeth between 
canine teeth in both the upper and lower Jaws. 

INCOHBUBNT. DieiJointed; applied to delirious speech. 

INCOMPATIBLE. Applied to drugs which upon being mixed 
cause chemical changes, thus destroying their remedial 
powers. Drugs that explode upon mixture. 

IICCOIC'PBTBNCE. Not capable of executing normal ftino- 
tions. 

INCONTINENCE. Impaired power to withhold normal evac- 
uations, as incontinence of urinr ; sexual exceKses. 

INCOORDINATION nn-<'^>r-din-ri'-Hhun). Opposed to coor- 
dination, q. V. 

INCORPORATION. The mixing togetlier of a number of 
ingredients. 

INXRBICBNT. Growth or inereaN(>. 

INCRUSTATION (in-krus-ta'-shun;. Troduction or growth of 
a cmst. 

INCUBATION PERIOD (in-kiVba'-shun). Time elapsing be- 
tween application of contaglum and appearance of disease. 

INCUBATOR. A box-like arrangement for keeping new-bom 
infants in an unvarying temperature. 

INXUBUS (in-ka-bus). 8ee Nightmare. 

INCUR'ABLE (In-kfi'-ra-bl). Resisting all tnatment. 

IN'CUS (Ing'-kuB). A small bone of the ear. 

INDENTATION (in-den-tH'-shun). A depression or hollow. 

IN'DEX (In'-deks). Finger next to the thumb. 

IN'DIA-RUB'BER. See Caoutchouc. 

IN'DICAN. Derivative of indigo plants. 

INDICATION. Symptom calling for cevluVii V.tevA>Txi«t^\.. 

INDJOBSTIBLB. Not admitting of di^enUow. 



WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 
l). Sec Dyipcpsla. 

I. Mild lIlQ^n: iHugnid; 
of albntnliious pulrefacUon lii tbe Intas- 



INDlQESn'ION (iD-dl-Ji 
INTIIOO. A blue dye. 
INDISPOSITION (in-dlB-po-ilsli' 

wearln 
nCDOL. 

tinea. 
WDOLENT (In'-^i^laDt). Applied [o morbid growths vriltl 

Blow devBlopmenl. 
INDURATED (In-KlQ-ri'-ted). Thlckr 
INDURATION (In-d0-r4'-«liun). Procpsn cif becoming Indn- 

INERTIA. Lessened contracllle power; morbid Inactivity. 
XHTANCy (in'-ran-ae). Period from blrtb K. ago of dlaeni 






of an Inlkrct. 
dlsesSD tbroagh 



nCFANT. A baby. Legal luterprelAtion, undi 
INFANTICIDE (In-tan'-llB-ld). Murder of an 
nfPARCT' (In-fbrkf). An obHtructlon In a ci 

q.V. 
INFARCTION (ln-fork'4hun|. The rormatlor 

Be Conatlpalloo. 
IKFECT' (In-Iekl'i. Undergoing Infection. 
INFECTION (In-fok'-fibun). Propagation of « 

INFECTIOUS. Com muul cable by reaplratio 

taglouB. 
INFECUNrnTV (In-fe-kun'-dl'tC'). State of being ba 

productive. 
INFE'RIOR lln-fP-re-or). Lower. 
INFIBULATION. Labial cloauro by mcaoa of rib 

tImuB applied to labia majora to prevent coitus. 
INFILTRATION. Fluid esudallon Into cellular lis 
INFIRM' (Ib-firm'). Debilitated; feeble. 
INFIR'MARY (ln-fTr'-ma-r6). An asylnra for tbe aicl 
IHPIR'MITY(ln-nr'-rai-t«). Debility; weakness. 
INFLAME' (In-flam). The piocesa of Inflammation, 
INFLAMMA'TION (In-flam-ma'-^hun). A painful, beatedawell 

Ing : with disleiided blood- vegaelB, etc. 
mPLAM'MATORY. Pertaining to Inflammation. 
INFLATION (In-fla'HShQn). Oa«eouB dlsteuHlon. 
IMFLUEN'ZA (ln-fla-en'-«ah). Epidemic, febrile i 



INTLUXdn'-flukH). 

INFRA-'. Preflx me. 

I JKFRA-AX'ILLARY 



\ flowing inward. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 135 

INPRAoCLAVICULAR. Beneath the collar-bone. 
INPRA-COS'TAL (In-firah-kos'-tal). Beneath the ribs. 
INFRACTION (in-fi>ak'-ehun). Partial fraotnre of a bone. 
INPRA-MAXaLLARY (in-frah-maksMl-l&-re). Beneath the 

Jaw. 
INPRA-OR'BITAL (in-A'ahor'-bi-tal). Beneath the orbit. 
INFRA-SCAPOJLAR (skap'-u-lar). Beneath the shoulder-blade. 
INPRASPINA'TUS (in-frah-epl-n&'-tas). Below the scapular 

spine. 
INPRASPINA'TUS MUS'CLE. Muscle beneath the scapular 

spine. 
INPRASTBR'NAL. Below the sternum. 
INPUNDIB'ULIFORM. Shaped like a ftinnel. 
INPUNDIB'ULUM. A Ainnel. 
INPUNDIBIJLUM OP BRAIN. Funnel-shaped portion of 

third cerebral ventricle. 
INPU'SION (in-fa'-zhun). See Infusum. 
INFUSORIA (in-f&'Sd'-re-ah). Minute organisms in animal or 

vegetable infusions. 
INFU'SUM. An aqueous vegetable solution. 
INGSS^A (in-Jes'-tah). Aliment taken into the body. 
INGESTION (in-JesV-chun). Same as alimentation. 
IN'OLUVIN. Powdered preparation, the active principle of 

which is obtained f^om gizzard of the chicken; valuable 

remedy for morning sickness, q. v.; has also superseded 

pepsin to some extent in the treatment of indigestion. 
INGRAVIDA'TION (in-grav-i-d&'-shun). Same as impregnation. 
INORB'DIBNT. A component part of a mixture. 
INGROWING NAIL(n&l). Downward growth of side of nail 

causing painftil inflammation, usually affecting great toe. 
IN'QUINAL (in'-gwin-al). Pertaining to the groin. 
INHALATION. Drawing in of air or vapor by the mouth. 
INHA'LBR (in-hfiMer). Apparatus for inhaling vapors of a 

medicine. 
INHERITED. Applied to hereditary diseases. 
INHIB'IT (In-hibMt). To stop; holdback. 
INHIBITION (In-blb-ish'-un). Checking organic power through 

nerve centre. 
INHIBITORY (in-hibMt-^r€). Pertaining to or capable of 

producing inhibition. 
INHUMATION (in-ha-m&'-ehun). See Inter. 
IN'IAL (in'-e-al). Pertaining to Inion. 
IN10N (in'-e-on). External occipital prominence. 
INITI8 (in-I'-tis). Inflammation of fibrous tiaaMft. 
INJECTED (in-Jek'-ted). Vascular tu\\ii«B&% coxt^BMiXA^^ 



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INJECTION (ln-Jek-«faon). tonerUng a liquid tnto the bodr. 

using syringe, as tiyfwdermlulTiJecltota.reclBl injecUoa.rt 
■:N'JORY(lii--Ju.r«. Bodily damage. 

:NNERVATI0N (In-er-vi'-^lmn). The properties or mnello 
of thonervouBaystcm: iierve-rorce. 

:NN0M1NATE artery. Largest arterial branoh of aorta. 

NNOM'INAT£ BONE. The lilp-boDe. 

NNUTRITlON (In-nfi.trlBh'.un). Defective nutrlUon. 

:N0CU1.ATI0N. insertion of virus lu tbe Usauea. 

:NOHYKENITI8(lQ-6-lil-raeD-I'-ttBl. InflammBtlcmof flliroia 

tNO'HA(lD-<y-iniili). A (tbruiiB tiiiDOr. 

INOPEXIA'. HIglily coagulatlve power of tbe tilood. 

INORQAN'IC (In^r-gaD'-ik). Applied to mBitler tiavtns n 

iDloerala. 
INOSCULATION {lii-OB-kQ-14'*hun). See AnaHtomoalB. 

tbe Juice uf musclCB. 
[N08TEAT0WA (In-oo-l^-at^-mab). A fttty, nhroiu tDrour. 
N'QUKST (In'-kweBl). Inqulrymade by acorooer hh tacaai 

NSALIVATION. riHpregiiaCloii <ir focMl with HHllVk whU 
masticating. 

iinbulantudmlud. 

NSAN'ITY (lu-Ban'-it«>. Mental Hberrullnii. 

N3AT1ABLB AP'PETITE lin-»lBli'*.a-bl). Bulimia. 

NSECTICIDE8 (ln.eek'-ti-fllil)i|. Agenui killing ioBecIa. 
:N9EH1NAT10N (ln-sem-l-ni'^bun). Hemlnal InNertton. 
.N3EN'SIBLE(lu-flen'4l-bl). Withont feeling, 
INSERTION (In-BDi'.fllititi). Intruductlou of a anbetance; coi 

attnchment. 
;N3imOUB(ln.aId'-e-uH). Luteal; not uppHreot. 
;N30LATI0N (In-Bo-W'-abuii). Sunstroke; pracrlii* of lielto 

[N80I/UBLE (ln*ol'-u-bl). Not Milnble. 

INSOMTIIA (limom'-iie-ali). SleeplesBnesa. 

INSPECTION (ln«pek'4liun). InvealleHtlun; CKamlDaUocii 

NSPI RATIO N (ln-apir*'-Bhan). Breathing in air. • 

N'BPISSATED (iii'*pls-a-tcd). Coiidcoaed by evnporallm. 

N'STEP. An-hoffoot between ankle and toes. 

N8TILLATION nn-Bttl-lfi'*biinl. Dropping lu » flaldaOH 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. \Sf 

IN8TRUM BN'TAL DBLIV'BRY. Assisting delivery with Ibr- 
oeps. 

INSUPPLA'TION (in-euf-flfi'-shun). Blowing a vapor into the 
lung or a powder into a cavity. 

IN'SUFPLATOR (ln'<«uf-fl&-tor). Instrument for performing 
insufflation. 

IN'SULA (in'-6&-lah). Applied to structures more or less 
isolated, as the island of Reil. 

IN'SULrAR (in'''«Q-lar). Pertaining to an insula; isolated. 

IN'SULrATE (in'^fiQ-Ut). Catting off from communication; to 
s^^egate. In electricity, to cover a body with non-con- 
ductors. 

INTBCUMBNT. An enveloping substance, as the pleura, 
8kin,«te. 

INSUSCBPTIBIL'ITY. Not susceptible, q. v. 

iN'TELrLrBCT (in'-tel-ekt). The thinking power; mind; brain. 

INTENTION <ln-ten'-shun). See Cicatrization. 

INTENTION TRB'MOR. Tremor noticed when attempting 
voluntary motion. 

INTER-. Prefix meaning between. 

INTBR\ To bury the dead. 

INTBRARTICOILAR. Between articulations. 

INTBRCA'DBNCB (in-ter-kA'-dens). Beat between normal pul- 
sations. 

INTBR'CALARY (in-ter'-kal-A-re). Between ; happening in the 
meantime. 

INTERCBLXULrAR (in-ter-sel'-u-lar;. Between cells. 

INTERCILr'BUM (in-ter«il'-e-um). »ee Glabellum. 

INTERCLAVICULAR (in-ter-klav-ik'-u-lar). Between the 
clavicles. 

INTERCOLUM'NAR FAS'CI A. Delicate membranous envelope 
of spermatic cord. 

INTBRCONT)YLOID (In-ter-kon'-dil-old). Between the con- 
dyles. 

INTERCOS'TAL (in-ter-kos'-tal). Between the ribK. 

INTERCOURSE (in'-ter-kors). Cohabitation. 

INTERCUR'RENT (in-ter-kur'-ent). Happening In the mean< 
time. 

INTERDENTAL. Between the teeth. 

INTERDIGKITAL (In-ter-dijMt-al). Between the fingers. 

INTERLOBULAR. Between the lobules. 

INTERMAXILLARY. Between thejawbones. 

INTER'MENT (In-ter'-ment). See Inter. 

INTERMIS'SION (in-tor-mish'-un\ Period ot \ovc\v»oYWf^ x^X-a.TL" 
atlon of a diaeaae. 



WARNER'S POCKET MEIJIRAL 
NTERUITTENT. Applied to periodical altackB of a disease. 

RMITTENT FE-VER. Inlermltteiil raalarlEi fever, 
INTER'NAL. Within the bod?. 
;NTKRNE' (In-ltrn). Phygldan having charge of palleat 

" aplWl. 
:N'TERNODB(liiMervn6d). Pnrt between two JolnU. 
INTKROR'BITAL. BBlween thaorblu. 
INTEROS'SBOUS llQ-Ler-oB'^e-na). Between bonea. 
NTERPARI'ETAL. (ln-ter-paM'-e-ta1|. Between the i>arleU4 

NTERPARI'ETAL. SUTURE. Sagltal auture. 
NTERPU'8tC(ln-tor-pQ'-blk). Between tliepubeg. 
NTSRSCAP^LAR. Between thaBhoulder-bladea. 
[NTERSTICE (ln'-'*r-Btla). Space between; amall Intervenlu 

space. 
KTER-BTICBS (iQ-ler'-BtlB-i:-*). Plural of InierBllco. 
NTERSTITIAL (In-Ier-atlah'-al). Lying between. 
NTERTRI'OO (In-ter-lrl'-gol. Inaammallon due lo rubblo 

NTERVAL. InlerBtlco. A apace between placea or llroe. 
NTERVBNTRIC'ULAR (In-tcr-ven-tHlE'-fl-lan. Between Ih 

veutrlclea. 
NTERVER'TEBRAL. Between the vertobrffi. 
NTESTINAL (lii-tea'-lln-al). Perlalnlng to the Intestine* 
[NTESTINE. Coiled abdominal dlgeatlvo cuual.wltb recti 



:NTI«A (ln'-te.raah|. First internal laj-ei-ol pla mater. 

NTOL'ERANCE. lUBbilUy to stand vertuin drugs. 

'TION (In-toka-l-ta'-ahun). Stale of drunkenn 
Pr(;llxnieanlngwlth]a or between. 

NTRACAP'SULAR. WltUla thecapaule oF a Joint 

NTRACRA'NIAL (In-trali-krfl'-ne-al). Within llie crania 
:n'TOUS. Within a llgamenl. 

NTRALOB-ULAR |in-tmh-tob'-n-lar). Witliln a lobule. 

NTRAUU'RAL. (iB-trBh-intl'-ral). Applied to matter n 

INTRAOCULAR (ln-lrah.ok--u-iar). Within the eye. 
INTRAOR-BITAL (In-tratt-or'-bl-tal). Within the orbit. 
lNTBATHORA'ClCUhor-a'-«lk). Within the cheat. 
INTRAUTERINE |in-trab-a'-ter-1n). Within tHe uterits. 
IMTRAVASATION Plow of foreign fluid into any port] 

kINTRAVE'NOUS (In-lriLh-ve'-nus). Within a vein, 
IMTKIN'SIC (la-lrin'-ii\k). Pertaining lo Internal matter 
WmO'ITUS (ln-tT6--it-\in). Anopen\ng', BtitTilTimiM.. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 139 

INTROMISSION. Inserting a body within a cavity, as coitus, 
etc. 

INTROSUSCBPTION (in-tr6-BUB-sep'-shun). See Intussuscep- 
tion. 

INTROVBR'SION (in-trO-ver'-elian). Turning inward, as intro- , 
version of uterus. 

INTUBATION (in-tQ-b&'HBhun). Introduction of a tube within 
the larynx. 

INTUMBS'CBNCB (in-tQ-mes'-ens). Swelling ; Increased size. 

INTUSSUSCBPTION. One part of intestines entering another 
portion of intestines. 

INSULA. Elecampane; stimulant and expectorant. 

INIJLIN. A starchy i>owder derived Arom inula. . 

INUNCTION (in-ungk'-shnn). Act of rubbing in an ointment. 

INVAGINATION (ln-viU-ln-&'-shun). See Intussusception. 

IN'VALID. One in Ill-health; sick. 

IN VA'SION (in-vfi'-shun). The start of an ailment or disease. 

INVBRMINATION (In-vir-min&'-shun). Having worms. 

INVBR'SION (in-ver'-ehun). Changing to an entirely opposite 
position, as inside out or upside down. 

INVESTIGATION (in-ves-tl-g&'-shun). Exploration ; examina- 
tion. 

INVISCATION (in-vlB-k&'-shun). See Insalivation. 

INVOLU'CRUM. Integument; envelope. 

INVOLOINTARY (In-vol'-un-U-re). Not dependent ou will- 
power, 

INVOLUTION (in-vO'ia'-shun). Marginal curling or rolling 
inward ; enstrophe. 

I'ODIDB (I'-d-dld). A compound of iodine with another sub- 
stance. 

I'ODINB (I'-^-dln). Rubefaclen t ; alterative. 

I'ODISM (I^-d-dizm). Condition resulting trom iodine poisoning. 

lOiyOFORM (I-6d'-d-form). Local antiseptic of a yellowish 
color. 

I'ODOL (I'-d-dol). Brownish, odorless antiseptic, for dressing 
wounds. 

IP'BCAC (Ip^-^kak). See Ipecacuanha. 

IPECACUAN'HA (Ip-^kak-u-an'-ah). Ipecac; used chiefly as 
an emetic and diaphoretic. 

IRIDECTOMB (Ir-id-dek'-tdm). Instrument used in iridec- 
tomy. 

IRIDECTOMY (ir-id-dek'-t5-me). Fractional excision of iris. 

IRIDENCLEFSIS (ir-id-en-kll'-sls). See Iridodesls. 

IRIDERB'MIA (ir-id-er^-me-ah). Lacking ox ^•^t^nX. q»1 VcVq.^ 

IRIiyBSIS/ir-id'-e-sis}. See IrldodeaiB. 



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IRIDOCOLOBO^A. FlMare orirls. 

IRIDOCYCLITIS Mr-ld-A-a1-klI'-tlB). CjclltiB BJid liiUs at a 

time. 
IRIDOD'ESIB (lr-ld-od'-«fl-laJ. Incision of carnea, throuKh ' 

which a fold of the Irln In fl^ied by ligation. 
IRIDODIAl/YSIS (lr-ld-64l!-a1'-«B-lg). Sopamtlug Iria Inun 

alllary llgam 
IRlDOKCCSiaOr-td-on-Jco'HSls). TnflammatloDortnmorof Irta. 
lRIDOPI.S'aiA(tr-id-6-ple'-Je^h). Paralysis of Iris. 
IRlDORHEXaSCIr-ld-or^kH'-ls). Rupture of IriH. 
IRIDOT^MY (Ir-td-ot'-fl-me). Incision of the Iris. 
I'RIS (i'-rlH^ Colored membrane around the pupil anil aopaiut- 

Ing anterior and ponti-rlor chambers or eye. Root of blua 

Bbe, having emetic and cathartic properties. 
FRISH UOSS. Bee Chondrus. 
IRITIC (ir-lt'-lk). PerlKlnlng to the Iris. 
IRITIS (I-rtt'-ls), Inflammation of iris. 
IRIT'OMY (I-rit'-O-me). See Iridotomy. 
I'RON (I'-ern). Metiil from which Ionic preparations are made, 

uBlaad'BPilla.el 

IRRSDU'CtBLE (ir-rc-du'->1-hl). Not reducible, as a hemla. 

IRREtVULAR. Of nneven.unequalBlie. AclaBSofphyslciani 

IRRIGATION (Ir-Ig-a'-shun). Continued flushing nf u pai 
with water. 

IRRITABII/ITY. HLate of irritation. 

IR'RITABLE (Ir'-lt-il-lill. Condition Ij> whifli Irrltaliou is easll 
produced. 

IR'RITANT. MeanNorproducliiglrrltallau, u|iplled toanuil 
berof drugs. 

IRRITATION (Ir-it-a'-shnu). Morbid excitement: conditio 
produced, by an irritant. 

ISCHEOfllA (iB-be'-me-ah). Lack of blood In H oertaln pari. 

ISCHIA'GRA (lR-kl4'-«rali). Sciatic pains. 

IS'CHIAL (Is'-kl-al). PerUIiilng totbeiBchluui. 

ISCHtAL'OIA (iB-kl-al'-Je-ah). Bee lacblagra. 

ISCHIAT'IC (Is-tcl-at'-ik). Pertaining to the iBcblum. 
_ ISCHIDRO'SIS (lB-kid-r6'-«ls). Buppresgion or perspiration. 
L J8'CH10CEi-E (lB'-kl-**5t), Bclatlo bcrniu. 
■ ISCHlODliyVtSUa. see tscblopagUB. 
^ktacHIOP'AQUa. feh'lo-jolned double nionsVcr. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 141 

nCHIORBCTAL (is-ki-d-rek'-tal). Pertaining to isohium and 

rectum. 
18'CHIUif (is'-ki-um). Base of the hip-bone. 
ISCHOQALACTIA. Bappression of milk secretion. 
laCHOME^IA (ls-k5-m^-ne-ah). See Amenorrhea. 
IBCHURBT^C (Is-kQ-retMk). Pertaining to or causing iHchurUu 
laCHU'RIA (is-ka'-re-ah). Retention of urine. 
I'BINOLASS (l-zing-glas). See Ichthyocolla. 
ISLAND OP RBIL. A lobe of hemispheres of brain, at base 

of Sylvian fossa. 
ISOCH'RONOUS (I-sok'-rd-nus). Having, or performed in the 

same time. 
I8CXX>^IA (I-fld-kd'-re-ah). The size of pupils being identical.- 
IB'GLATB (is'-o-Ut). To separate or make remote. 
ISOMBRIC (I-sd-mer'-ik). Possessing isomerism. 
ISOlfBRISlI (I-som'-er-izm). Applied to bodies with same 

oompoaition but dissimilar properties. 
ISOMORPHISM (I-so-morfMsm). Bodies forming similar crys- 

talik 
ISOP'ATHY (I-sop'-a-the). Science relating to treating a disease 

by its products, as variolus virus for small-poz, etc. ; alHo 

applied to animal extracts, as testlne for diseases of testi- 
cles, etc 
ISOTHBR^AL (l-sd-ther'-mai). Having identical heat or 

temperature. 
IS^UB (iah'-O). An ulceration ; blister. See Progeny. 
ISHTARIN. Fatty, cerebral tissue. 
ISTHMI'TIS (ist-ml'-tis). Inflammation of the fauces. 
ISTH'MUS (ist'-mus). Narrow canal <x>nnecting two larger 

bodies or affording entrance to an organ. 
ITAI/IAN LBPltOSY. See Pellagra. 
ITCH'(ich). See Scabies. 
ITCH'-INSBCT (ich'-in-sekt). See Acarus. 
ITCHaNG(ich'-ing). Prickling irritation of skin. 
IHTBR (I'-ter). A canal or passage. 
I'VORY OF TBBTH (l'-vo-r6). Dentine. 



J. 

J ABORANID I ( J ab-or^n'-de). See Pilocarpus. 

JACK'BT, PLrASTBR OF PARIS. Covering the body with wet 

plaster of paris which upon hardening, holds it immovah\ft. 
jACK'BT, STRAIGHT (strftt). An axTasi«em«Ti\. \ft T«tXt«.v«^ "Ocv^ 

violent. 



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JACKSO'NIAN EPILEPSY. LqcbI epileptiform Bpaams of 

short duration, due lo cortical lesloi.. 
JACTITATION (jBk-t!t-li'-Bhmi). UnesHy; dlstnrbeii real 
JAl/AP. A bydragogue catbarlla. 
JAL/APIN. Qlucoslde obtained n^m Jalap. 
JAMAI'CA DOGWOOD (Ja-ma'-ka|. fiea PlacldU. 
JAMES'TOWN WEED. Sea Stmmonmm. 
JAN'ICEPS <Jan'-ls-epH). Double-raced, donble-monsteT wltk 

poBt-crlor Ubioii of beads. 
JAS1JINE, YEL,'I,OW. Beeaelsemliim. 
JAUNOIICB (Jawn'-dlBj. Bile pigment In tbo blood oatulns 

skin to turn yellow. 
JAWStjBwz). 800 Maxillary Bonea. 

J^UNITIS (JeJ-fin-I'-tU). InHammatlon of thejejanum. 
JEJOINO-ILEOBTOMY jJ^'-Q-nii-ll-^<is'-l6-mel. tsea Ileostomy. 
JEJUNOSTOMY. Forraallon of abdominal flatula In ■ 

Jojanura. 
J^U'NUM (JpJ-u'-Quml. Approximately the upper twoflClh* 

of Intestines. 
JEQtJIR'ITY (Jek-lr'-lt^). Hlgbl; poisonous infusion used 1: 

purulent ophthalmia. 
JSS'UIT'S BARK. See Cinchona. 
JOINT. Place where two bones are oonneclod ; artlDulalloD,! 

knee-joint. 
JU'GAI, BONE. Tbo molar bono. 
JU'GAL. PRO'CESS Sefl Zyeoma.. 
JD'OLANS (Jfl-glanz). Butternut; cathartic and Btlmalant t 

liver. 
JU'CULAR (JO'-([(l-larl. Pertalulng to the throat. 
JU'SULAR VEINS (Tinzl. A number nl Imporunl veins t 

JUICE (Jfis). Animal or vegelnble Uqulils. 
JUN'GLB PB-VER. A form of retnittenl fever. 
JUNIPER. Fruit (berries) used In medicine, 
JUNK. Cushioned Bupportforan Injured part. 
JURISPRU'DENCE, MED'ICAL. ScleucenftiiedlalneaBrelatB 

tAlaw; fore hslu medicine. 
JUS'CULUM. An animal or vegetable InfUBlon, ns beef tea. 
JUTB (jut). Vegetable Qbre fOrolBhlnE a Burglcal dresBliii. 
JUVAN'TIA (ja-van'-te-alil. See Adjuvant*. 



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K. 

KAI'RINB (ki'-rin). An antipyretic obtained from chlnoline. 

KAK'KB (kak'-k€); See Beriberi. 

KAXIUM (k&Me-nm). See Potassium. 

KAMA'LA (kam-fiMah). A tenlcide. 

KAM BB'LA (kam-^-lah). See Kamala. 

KAN'DAHAR SORB. An Orientsil ulcer. See Fnrunculus 

Orientalis. 
KA'OLIN (k&'-d-lin). An absorbent eartben substance ; silicate 

of aluminium. 
KAPO'8I*8 DI8BA8B'. Fatal disease of tbe skin, with cuta- 
neous atrophy. 
KARYOKINB'SIS (kar-i-C-kin-^-sis). Term used for division of 

cell or nucleus. 
KARYOL'YSIS (kar-i-olMs-is). Division of nucleus into seg;- 

ments. 
KAR'YOPX'ASM. Protoplasm of a cell. 
KATAB'OLISM. Degeneration of tissue. 
KATAB'OLIN. Product of katabolism. 
KATATCXNIA. Insanity, q. v. 
KATH'ODE (kath'-5d). See Cathode. 
KA'VA-KA'VA (kah'-vah). Root, an infhsion of which is used 

for cystitis. 
KBXIS (k^-lis). See Keloid. 
KB'LOID. Reddish, Inflamed growth on the skin, somewhat 

resembling an abscess. 
KBLOT'OMY (k^lot'-d-me). See Herniotomy. 
KBPH'YR (kef-er). A fermented milk. 
XBRATAI/OIA (ker-at-al'-Je-ah). Pain in the cornea. 
KERATBCTASI8 (ker-at^k'-tas-ls). ( orneal protrusion. 
KBR'ATIN <ker'-at-in). Constituent of horny matter; pills 

coated with keratin are Insoluble in the Juices of stomach, 

but soluble in the intestines. 
KBRATIN1C. Pertaining to or resembling keratin. 
KBRATITIS (ker-at-I'-tls). Inflammation of the cornea. 
KBR'ATQCBLE. Corneal hernia through superficial ulcer. 
XBRATOCO'NUS (ker-at-d-kd'-nus). See Keratoglobus. 
KBRATOQ'ENOUS. Resembling, pertaining to, or producing 

homy growths. 
KBRATOGLCBUS. Bulging and inflammation of c.qi.ttx^«l« 
KBRATO'MA (ker-at-d'-mah). SeeCa\\o&\tv. 
KSRATOMALA'CIA. Softening or dVftwAxxUoti ot coxxi^^ 



M* WARNEK'B POCKET SIBJtlCA 

XER'ATOME (ker'-al-fini). Inatrumeiit used 
KERATOM'ETER. Inalnimcnt UBed to det, 



H]ii-I bfl'-ls>. Term applied lo ix 

KER-ATOPLASTY {ker'-at-d-plas-te). Operatloa reslorln 

KER'ATOSCOPK- InBtniment uBed to Dx&mlDe corneii. 
KERATO'SIS. Hypcrtrupby uQil Induration or Hftln. 
KBR'ATOTOME (ker'-Ht-o-Mm). (fee Keratome. 

KB'RION (ko'-ro-on). Paiaful dlBeiue uf Hcalp cliaracterlzea br 

puatLtles and crusts, etc 
KIBEIfelb). See Ctiilblaln. 
KID'NEYS. CorreapODdlne oreans.uiioon eiu^h «l(le nf 

verlebne, lUtictlon baliig the aecretlon urine. 
KIESTINB (hi-ea'-tln}. SeeKyeaMln. 
KIL'OQRAMUE. Onn lliullBandgnitnincti. 
KIL/OLITRE. Otic thciuBiind litres. 
KII,'OUETER. One ChonsBod metera, 
KINESIArRICadEln-es-e-at'-rlka). Bee KlDoalpaUir. 
KINESIP'ATHYIkln-es'lp'-B-Lhe). Ri;lence relating to treaUii(. 

XINST'IC (kl-QCt'-lk). Applied to ogt-nts cuUBlng motio 
KING'S B'VIL. SeeBcrofalo. 

KI'NO lk§'-iio). Aatrinseiiljulccuraii iirleiital tree. 
KI-OTOME (kl'-^totnl. Sheathed kulfe for eicialon of i 
KUEPTOMA'NIA (klep-t*-nia'-nfrali). Ternporary Iniwiil^ 
nliarttcterlzed hy iDvoliinlary thodfl; insane deBli 

KNEE (!!«}. Arilealallon cDDnectlng remiirund tibia. 
KNEE'-CAP (ne'-kapf. The patella. 
KNIFE (nif ). Inatrument with aliarp blade. 
KNITTINQ {nit'-ln?). Applied t'l tlie ((rowing togelhi-r 

KNOCK'.KNEE (nok'-ne). Qeau valgum; growth of kneM 

bending lo wards each other. 
KNUCK'LES Innk'-lB). AJolntor Ihe flngcr. Inlostlnal Md.. 
KOCH'S LYMPH (kiiksMlinf|. Soe Tuberculin. 
KOOS'SD (koon'-Cl. «mi BniycrB. 
KOPID'PIA (kop-CMi'-pc-ah). Hee Aatlieiiopla. 
^ XOWMYSS (koo'-m\K>. See Knmyas. 
XtUa'BO (kooa'-o). See Brayera. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 14» 

KRAMBHIA. Powerftil Mtringent obtaiDCKl trom. rhataay root. 
KRAUROSIS (krow-rO'-sls). Local atrophy and shrlTeUng of 

KRAUSB'S BND'-BULBS. Nerve terminals. 

KRB^ATIN. SnbBtanoe found In the flesh. 

KRBATaNIN (kr^-atMn-ln). Matter obtained trom kreattn. 

KRB'SOL. Urinary matter. 

KU1tY88 (koo'-mis). A natritloas drink originally fermented 

mare's milk, but now usually fermented cow's milk. 
KYBSnrB'lN (ki-es'-te-in). Matter in the urine of pregnant 

women which arises to the surface upon standing. 
KYLIXXSIS (kil-^-eis). Inward growing of feet, toes facing 

each other; club foot. 
KYPHOSIS (kl-fy-sis). BeeCyphosis. Humpback. 
KYSTHI'TIS (kis-thr-tis). Inflammation of the vagina. 



IrAB'ARRAQUB'S SOLU'TION (lab'-ar-aks). Solution of ohlor. 

Inatedlsoda. 
X^A'BIA (Ift'-be-ah). The lips. 

LrA'BIA MAJCRA. Two large folds covering nymphse. 
X^A'BIA MINOHA. Thenymphffi. 
LA'BIAL (Ift'-be-al). Pertaining to the lips. 
LABIDOlfBTBR. Instrument for measuring head of fetus 

beftxre delivering. 
LA'BIOPLASTY (l&'-be-6-plas-te). Plastic surgery of the lip. 
LA'BIUM (l&'-be-um). Lip. 
LA'BOR (Ift'-bor). The process of giving birth to a child ; ehildr 

birth. 
LABORATORY. A place where chemicals are made or com- 
pounded on a large scale. 
LABORATORY, COL'LBOB. Department in college where 

students become practically familiar with action of drugs 

by experimenting. 
LABHTRINTH Cab'-e-rinth). Hollowed grooves on external ear. 
LACBRATE(las'-er4t). To tear. 
LACBRA'TION. State of being torn. 
LACHRYMAL (lak'-re-mal). Pertaining to tears or gland 

bearing that name. 
LACHRYMAL GLAND. Gland which secretes tears. 
LACH'RYMAL SAC. Bean-like sac at apex of nasal duet* 
LACHRYMA'TION (lak-rim-&'-shun). Flood\ii«ot V\i<^\M^TnixEv<iOL 

gland. 



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l.AC'MUS. i^PELilmus. 

LACIN'IATK (IS-8in'-i-HU. Applied to ragged^dgeB. 

LACTAGOGUE llalt'-t»-eag). Agent BllmulatlD({ Becratlon of 

milk. 
LACTAL'BUMIN. Milk albamlQ. 
LACTANT ilak'-tanij. One who lives on mlltc, as a nnrsla 

Infant. 
LACTATE (lak'-tAt). Loi^tlu actd with a aalt bnae. 
I.ACTATION (.lak'Ul'-sliuiii PerlalDlng tu i^creMon of m)ls 

or period during whlph an Infant nurseB. 
LACTEAL (ia It'- t&al). Pertaining to milk; p^rUiinlng to th 

laateals. 
LACTE'ALS (lak-(«'-alB). Lynipbatica aburblng cbyle. 
LAC'TSIN (lah'-tv-ln;. CondensiHl milk. 
LACTBOUS llat'-lfruB). PortalMliig to or reBembllng mtllc 
LACTES'CENT (lak-tcE'-ent). ^ame as LacteouB. 
LACTIC (luk'-tlk). Pertaining to milk. 
LACTIC ACID. An ucld obtulned from iiillk. 
liACTIPEROUS. Carrylngmlllc; mllk-beaHng. 
LACTIFUGE (lak'-tl-fSJ). Applied to an agent opposed i 

Becretloii of milk. 
LACTIO'BNOUS <lak-tU'-en-QH). That which proclut>e)i milk. > 
LACTIN (lak'-Un). Milk sugar; Hugar of " 
LACTINATED (lak'-lin-S-led). Impregnal 
bACTIS. Same aa lactic. 
LACTOCELE (lak'-to-8pl). Tumor wltli in 
l^CTOLINE. Preporallon of mlltc In « 

fluids are ellinluated-, condensed milk. 
LACTOM'BTER (luk-toin'-e-tcr). An InBlrutiiPiit. lo aotermllH 

If tbe normal amount of cream Is In milk e.xamlnprt. ' 

LACTOBCOPE, See Laotometar. 
LACTOSE [lBk''t0Bj. Sameaa LatiUn. 
l^CTOSU'RIA. Lactin In theurlne. 
LACTUCAR'lUH. Borporlflu obtained from inn 
LACTU'CERIN. A constituent ol lettuce. 
LACTU'CIN(Hik-tQ'-*lii). BKleroonBtitm^nl nil.' 
LACTlfMEN (lak-ta'-men). See Impellgo. 
LACU'NA (li-kQ'.nah). ApU; email deprewlnu. 
LACU'NAR (m-kQ'-bar), Pertaining to lHcun»'. 
Ui'CUS (la'-kun). A mile hollow apace. 
LA'DIES' BKD'-STHAW. Piant Increafiluft flow 
LA'DY WKB-STER PILLS. After-dinuiT pill 

modV^'. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. HT 

LAGOPHTHAL'MUS (lag-of-thal'-mus). Palpebral malforma- 
tion preventing closing of eyelids. 

LAQOSTOMA (lag-os'-to-mah). See Hare-lip 

LALLA'TION (lal-fi'-shun). Baby-talk ; pronouncing I fur r, hk 
the Chinaman who says " melican " for American. • 

LALONEURO'SIS (lal-d-nu*rd'-8ls). Imperfect speech due to 
nervous disorder. 

LALOP'ATHY (lal-op'-a-the). Speech disturbance. 

LAMB'DOID (lam'-doid). Resembling Greek letter A. 

LAMBDOIDAL SU'TURE. Suture Joining occipital and 
parietal bones. 

LAMEL'LA (lam-el'-ah). Thin coat, scale or plate. 

LAM'ELLAR. Consisting of or pertaining to lamellae. 

LAME'NESS (lam'-nos). Painful condition of the legs causing 
limping when walking. 

LAM'INA (lamMn-ah). See Lamella. 

LAM INA'RIA (lam-in-a'-re-ah). Sea-tangle; an absorbent. 

LAMINATION (lam-in-d'-shun). Formation of scales or plates. 

LAMP' BLACK. A species of charcoal. 

LANCE (lantz). See Lancet. Opening with u lancet, as a 
boil. 

LAN'CET (lan'-set). Extremely sharp little knife, witli a point, 
used for opening boils, etc. 

LAN'CINATE (lan'-sin-at). See Lacerate. 

LAN'CINATINO (lan'-sin-a-ting). Applied to acute, piercing 
pains. 

LAN'CING. Piercing or opening with a lancet, as a boil. 

LAN'DRY'S PARAL'YSIS. Acute paralysis of lower portion 
of body, gradually Involving upper portion of body. 

LAND SCUR'VY. See Purpura. 

LAN'OLIN. Fat extracted from sheep's wool, used as a ve- 
hicle for a number of ointments. 

LANU'GO (lan-u'-go). Soft, fuzzy down on fetus. 

LAPACTIC (la-pak'-tik). Agent causing an evacuation of the 
bowels. 

LAP'ARO-COLOT'OMY. Establishing an artificial anus by 
surgery of the colon through incision of abdomen. 

LAP ARQ-CYSTECTOMY. Excision (through abdominal sec- 
tion) of the cyst in which is the product of extra-uterine 
pregnancy. 

LAP'ARO-CYSTOT'OMY. Abdominal incision of cyst of extra- 
uterine pregnancy, for removing fetus. 

LAP'ARO-ELYTROT'OMY. See Cesarean OipeTaWoxv. 

LAP'ARO-ENTEROT'OMY. Abdom\naV \T\cV«vVotv ot \Tv\fcsxVaKe.. 

X,APA*OS'COPYr/ap-ar-os'-k6-pe). AbdomVtvaV c-^oauVci^X^^^- 



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LAPAROrVHY (lDp-aiM>t'-o-mj). Abdominal seotloa; open*- 

tion openlDR abdomen. 
L.ARO. Purined rendered Ait of the bag. Hee Adepa. 
I.ARDA'CEOUa (Inr-dJC-M-UB). »nme bb amyloid. 
LARYN'QEALdar-ln'.Jfral). PertainlDg to thelaryni. 
LARtNOECTOMY (lar-ln-Jek'-Io-me). It^moval of Che lafrni;. 
LARYNCIS'HUS (lar-ln-Jla'-mUB). »paam of ttio laryDKMl 

LARYNGIS'UUS STRIDULUS, Spaam of Ihe glottla. 
LARYNGITIS (lar-ln-Ji'-tls). InUammatioti of the larynx. 
LARYNGOFIS'SURE(lor-lng-6-fish'-firl. riaaure of laryni, 
LARYNGOGTIAPHV (lar-lng-gog'TB-fej. Desc^riptloit of larynx. 
LARYNGOL'OQY llHr-lng-gor-frJe). TrenllSH on the larynx. 
LARYNGOPARAl/YSIS (lar-lng-BO-par-alM-gls). ParalyilB ot 

LARYNOOP'ATHY (lar-lng-gop'-a-the). Applied ti 

the larynx. 
LARYKGOPM'ONY (lur-lng-gof'O-ne), Laryngeal Nound heard' 

when asBlated by etethoxcDpe. 
LARYNGOPHTHl'SISdar-lng-go-lI'-JlB). phi 
LARYNGOPLE'QIA (lar-lng-go-p1«'-Je-ah), 

LARYNQORRHE'A <lHr-lng-gor«'-ab). Morbid caUrrh of tha 

LARYNQ'03COPE(lar-litg''«o-acope). tnetrDinentrorexamla- 

LARYN'QOSPASM <lBr-lng'-go-spiu(in). Hpasm of larynx. 
LARYNGOT'OMY Uar-lng-gol'^^mf). Larynfteal InoUlOD. 
LARYKCOTRACHEOT'OMY (1nr-iDg-go-tri-ke-oL'-o-iii«), 

clBlon of larynx and tracbea. 
LAR'YNX flar'-logks). Upper part of trachea or wlndplpa; 

organ producing voice. 
LAS'SITUDE {lUH'-l-tad). Wearluesx; < 
LATENT. Not visible; hidden, 
LAT'ERAL. Pertaining to the eldt^. 
LATERITIOUa llat-or-lBh'-UH). Having a filor reMmbUnS 

brickB. 
LATE BO- FLEXION (la^erni-Ilek'-Bhunt. Liiteral bending. 
LATBRO-VER'SIOH, Applied lu turning of ut«rDB to on 

side. 
LATIS'SIMUS COL'LI. Platyama myoldes. 
LATIS'SIMUS DOR'S!, Flat sheet of mUBcle Bprlnglng m>in 
P dorsal vertebne. 

■ LAWDABLB PUS. Hee Healthy Pub. 
^Lx^WDANlN OaW-daa-\a). AlkRlirtdobtxliiea Stnm 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. ^4» 

JJk%yDAMiJM (UW-dan-um). Tincture of opium. 

UiUOHlNO OA8 aof-ing). NitrouB oxide. 

IJkU'RBL. Used locally for skin dlseasee. 

UiVAOB (Iftv'-abJ). Cleansing; flushing, as of an organ. 

I«AVAM1>ULA (lav-an'-dQ-lah). Lavender; aperftxme; also a 
stimulant. 

LAX'ATIVB(laks'-&-tiT). A gentle cathartic. 

K«A2ARBTnrO (la8-ar-et'*d). House for detaining ship passen- 
gen under quarantine. 

LBAD(led). See Plumbum. 

LBAD PAL'SY (pawls'-e). Muscular paralysis of arm due to- 
lead poisoning. 

LBAD PLAS^BR. A plaster the active principle of which H 
lead. 

LBAPINO A'QUB. A nervous alTection, characterised by 
foolish movements. 

LBCITHIN (lesMth-in). A certain cerebral substance. 

LBCTUAL (lek'-tO-al). Pertaining to a bed. 

LBCTULU8 aek'-tu-lus). Abed. 

LBBCH. A worm found in water, used for bleeding pur* 



LBO, Largest limb of the human body, affording power of 

locomotion. 
LBIPHB'M lA (IMS'-me-ah). Anemic state of the blood. 
LBIPOTHYIflA (li-p6-thr-me-ah). Fainting; temporary loss 

of consciousness. 
LBPTBR'8 TUBES. Flexible tubes for flow of hot or cold 

water, as is indicated by temperature of organ to which it 

la applied. 
LBIfON. SeeLimon. 
LBIfONADB' (lem-on-adO. Sweetened Juice of lemon and 

water. 
LBN1CBP8. Obstetrical forceps with attachment for flxing 

handles separate at any desired angle. 
I#BN8 (lens). A small circular sheet of transparent glass, used 

' to reflract rays of light. 
LBNTICULAR (len-tlk'-u-lar). Pertaining to a lens. 
LBNTICULAR OANQ'LION. The ophthalmic gangUon. 
LBNTFOO (len-ti'>gd). Freckles; browniHli circular spots on 

•kin, generally on the face. 
I^BONTFASIS (le-on-U'-as-is). Sec Elephantiasis. 
LBPHBR. One having leprosy. 
LBPf DOID. Resembling scales. 
LBPXDCS/S. Scaly ca taneous affection . 
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150 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

LEP'ROSY (lep'-ro-se). Fatal infectious diRease, in which the 

skin becomes white and affected with scales, etc.; very 

common in Hawaii. 
LEP'ROUS Oep'-rus). Affected with leprosy. 
LEPTANODRA (lep-tan'-drah). A cathartic root. 
LEPTOCEPH'ALUS. Monster with rudimentary head. 
LEPTOMENINGI'TIS (lep-to-men-iii-ji'-tis). Inflammation of 

pia mater. 
LEP'TOTHRIX (lep'-to-thriks). Genus of Hchlzoniycetes. 
LEP'TUS AUTUMNA'LIS. Harvest-mite. ,* 

LE'SION (le'-zhun). Morbid change of tissues. 
LE'*rHAL (Ic'-thal). Deadly; producing death. 
LETH'ARGY (leth'-ar-je). Deep sleep ; fatal sleep. 
LET'TUCE (let'-us). See Lactucarium. 
LrEUCE'MIA (lu-se'-me-ah). See Leucocythemia. 
LEUCHE'MIA (lu-ke'-me-ah). See Leucocythemia. 
LEUCI'TIS (IQ-si'-tis). See Sclerotitis. 
LEU'COBLAST (lu'-ko-blast). The germ from which ii white 

corpuscle forms. 
LEU'COCYTE (lu'-ko-slt). Colorless corpuscle. 
LEUCOCYTHE'MIA (Ifi-ko-sI-tbO'-mo-ah). Unusual constHul 

amount of leucocytes in the blood. 
LEUCOCYTOGEN'ESIS. Formation of leucocytes. 
LEUCOCYTO'MA (lu-k6-sl-t<y-mah). Tumor in which js a 

quantity of leucocytes. 
LEUCOCYTO'SIS (Ifi-ko-sl-to'-sls). Same as leucocytogenesis. 
LEUCODER'MA (IQ-ko-der'-mah). Abnormal whiteness of 

skin; Albinism. 
LEU'COLINE (lu'-ko-lin). A coal-tar product. 
LEUCO'MA (lu-ko'-mah). Corneal opacity. 
LEU'COMAINES (liV-kO-mah-ens). A number of alkaloids 

forming in the body. 
LEUCCMATOUS (lu-ko'-ma-tus i. Having le.ucoma.. 
LEUCOMYELI'TIS (lii-ko-mi-el-f-tis). Inflammation of white 

substance of cord. 
LEUCONECRO'SIS (lu-ko-nO-kro'-sis). Whitish gangrene. 
LEUCOFATHY (ICi-kop'-a-the). Albinism. 
LEUCOPHLEGMA'SIA (lii-ko-fleg-msi'-se-ah). Dropsical dia- 

. thesis. 
LEUCOPLA'SIA (lu-ko-plaz'-e-ah). Patch-like growth of white 

spots on skin or mucous membrane. 
LEUCORRHE'A (lu-kor-e'-ah) Vaginal discharge of a white 

color. 
I^EUCO^SES (lu-k6''Bez). A'^arlous lymphatic affections. 
JLEUCO'SIS (lu-kO'-ais). Colorless condiUou ot Hfe\u. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 151 

LBUKOPLA'KIA. See Leucoplasia. 

LSVA'TOR (lev-&'-tor). Applied to muscles upholdiug a part. 
LEVIOATION (lev-ig-A'-shun). Minute subdivision of a sub- 
stance. 
LEV'ULOSE (lev'-u-16s). Sugar of various fruits. 
LIBIDINOUS (llb-ld'-in-us). Having intense venereal desire. 
LI'CHEN (li'-ken). A variety of skin diseases, with papules.' 
LrlE'BEN'S TEST. Test-for acetonuria. , ',f 
LI'EN (ir-en). Thesple^n^ r,; . -h .• -.' 

L.IEN'CUL>US (li-en'-kQ-lus). A second or additional spleen. 
LIENI'TIS (li-en-I'-tis). Inflammation of the spleen. •. > '.■: 
LIENOMALA'CIA (li-cn-o-mal-a'-se-ah). Softening of walls of 

the spleen. ••..... 

Li'ENTERY (ll'-en-ter-e). Diarrhea in which the stools contain 

undigested food. . >•: li 

LIFE(lif). State of existence.. , .. ?., 

LIG'AMENT. Fibrous sheet of tifitKue fastenijig parls to each 

other. •.>•«.. 

LIOA'TION (li-ga'-shun). Applying a ligatqre to a part. 
LrlG'ATURE. A strong baud or thread for tying a p&vrt ; catgut 

and silk ligatures are preferred. . 
LIGHTS (liU). See Lungs. 

LIMB(lim). Applied to either leg or P-rni. , - - , 

LIMB (lim). Oxide of calcium. A fruit resembling the leinon. 
Ll'MON (li'-mon). Lemon ; Juice mixed with sweetened Water 

ftirnishes a cooling drink. 
LIMOPHTHrSIS (li-m6f-ti^8i&\. Wasting away flrom starvation. 
LIMO'SIS (ll-mo'-sis). Unnatural appetite. -See Bulimiav 
LIMOTHER'APY. Science of curing a disease by denying food 

to a patient. 
LINCTUREXlingk'-tur). A sweet, syrupy medicine. 
LIN'EAMENT (lin'-e-a-ment). B'acial outline. 
LINQ'UAL (ling'-wal). Pertaining to or resembling a tongue. 
LIN'IMENT (lin'-iment). Liquid used locally for bruise, 

sprain Of .soreness. ■?:•.' 

LINI'TIS (lin-i'-tis). Inflammation of cellular tissue of the 

stomacb. t 

LIN'SEED. SeeLinum. 

LINT. Shredded or picked linen ; a dressing for wounds.^ 

LI'NUM. Flax seed ; internally it increases bronphial mucous 
secretions ; externally applied to boils, etc., as a poultice. 

LIPACIDE'MIA (lip-as-id-e'-me-ah). Condition of , blood con- 
taining fatty acids. 

LIPACIDU'RI A (li p-as-id-u'-re-ah). Condition oC >MVafc enro^aSccv- 
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I.IP'AROCSI.E (tlp'-ar-A4«l). FUtyheTnIa: fatLy tumnr 
UPAROM-PHALUS. ¥aUy umblllwl tumor. 
UP'AROUS (lIp'-ar-DB), Fatty. 
UPKMA'NtA <I!-pG-iiil'-ae-iih). Mild laBaiilty with i 

Ohollo. 
LIPE'MIA Cll-p«'-me-«b). Fatty sUle of tha blood. 
l,IPO'»lA(Il-p6'-mftm. Tuioorof falty tlBBue. 
LIPOHATIC. PerminlQgtoaltpoina. 
I,lPOHATO'8tB, Upomatlorormallon. 
LtPOM'ATOUS. SameHallpomtttlc. 

LIPPtTU'DO (lIp-lt-Q'-do). Cliroiii<: mflammaUon ofeye 
UPS, Ths external tnarslnB of the mouth, and also of (boM 

or a woDnd. 
LIQUEPA'CIBNT <llck-we-Ia'4he-ent). A liquefying agent. 
UQUEFACTION (hck-we-fbck'-«hun|. Chaaglns to a llqnld. 
MQOJID (lloh'-wld). AQuld. 

LIQTtOR (tlck'-or). A liquid ; a aplrllouH beverage. 
LltfUOR AliTNII (am'-n«-l). Liquid within the amnion, nover- 

Ing (Btua. 
LIQUOR COTUN'NII. See Fori lympti. 
LIQUORICE (llck'^Mn). Hee nlyoyrrhlca. 
USP'INQ. Baby-talk, pronouncing" th" tur "a," aa "thlth" 

(br"lhlB." 
Ua^ERISU (llB'-ter-lzni). Anllaeptlc surgical ayiUm. 
LITER (le'-ter). Metric meaaure equal to l.l»«7 U. S. qUMIa. 
LITH'AOOGUE (Uth'-Hrgog). Kemedy for expQlBlon of oslenlli 
LITH'AROE (Uth'-arJ). An oxldeof lead. 
UTU'ATa (Iltb'-«tl. A Halt of lltbio aold and a base. 
LtTHECBOLT. Removal of calculus by vealcal eontraotlon, 
UTHECTASr. Eitracllng ealPulus by dilating c 

nrlnary bladder. 
LITHE'MIA [Uth-f-mt-ah]. Urlcemia. 
LITHI'ASIS (lltb-r-arsla.) Formation of caloulUB. 
UTH1C (llth'-lk), PiTtalnmg to or reBBrabling stonei 
UTR'ICACaO. nnoaeld. 

LITH'ICA (lllh'-lk-ah). AgenU opposed to llthlasls, 
LITH'IUU (lUh'-f-um). Metal, the salts of which arc 

rheumallsni and dlieaseB of the bliidder. 
UTHOCENO^IS. Removal of partlele* of erushed ci 
I.ITK'OCLA3T (Uth'-fl-klllBl). Instrument for c rushing caloDlia 

In bladder. 
K UTHODIAL'VSIS |llth-o^I-al'-«i<-l8). Dissolution at oalcaloi 

^Li/rHOfOPAXY. Was hlnguru shed ORlonliiHom,i«tAwibtadaet 



DICnONABY OF TO-DAY. MR 

LITHOLnrBIS aitta«ol'-e4is). Same as Litbodialyais. 
UTHOIf BTRA (liUi-6-m«'-trah). UteHne OMifloatlon. 
UTHGNTRIPrriC (litb-on-trip'-Uk). f>ee Lithotriptic. 
LITHGPBDION. Unborn OMilled fetus. 
UTHO^HONB (liib'-6-l9n). Sound used to explore tor oal- 

cuius. 
UTH'OSCOPB. Instrument for examination of bladder for 

ealeulus. 
LITIfOTOIf B (litb'-44dm). Instrument used in operation for 

•tone in tbe bladder. 
UTHarOlfYaitb-ot'-6-m€). Operation for stone in the bladder. 
UTHOntBSIS Oith-ot'-r64te). Breaking stone in the bladder. 
LITHX>TRIP8Y (lith'-d-trip-se). See Uthotrity. 
LpITHOTRIPnc (lith-6-trip'-Uk). Remedy causing dissolution 

of stone in the bladder. 
LITH'OTRITB aith'-6-tiit). Instrument for breaking vesicat 

calculus. 
UTHOntlTY (Uth-ot'-ri-te). Operation, using the UthotHte. 
LITHURB'818 (lith-u-i«'-sis). Urination in which the urine 

contains gravel. 
LITHU'RIA. Abnormal amount of uric acid in the urine. 
Lmi US. A blue pigment, which reddens when dipped into 

adds. 
LIT^BR. An arrangement for removing the sick. 
ItfIT^RB*8 GLANDS. Urethral racemose glandd. 
LIVBIK) (ll-v^-dd). Bluish discoloration of skin ; bruise. 
LIVKR. Largest glandular organ of the body, ita work beinr 

the secretion of bile. 
lAVER PLUKB (flOk). Liver worm. 
LIVBRWORT. HepaUca; astringent. 
LIVID. Deep blue discoloration. 

LI'VOR(lV-vor). Black and blue mark from fall ; ecohymosis. 
LIXIVIATION. Mixing wood-ashes with a fluid and perco- 
lating. 
L03AR (l^^-hftr). Pertaining to a lobe. 
L03ATB (Uy-b&t). With lobes. 

LGBB (Idb). Round part of an organ, as lobule of ear. 
LGBB8 OP LIVER. Hepatic divisions. 
LGBB'LIA. Antispasmodic obtained ftx>m Indian tobacco. 
LG^BLIN (Id'-bel-in). Active principle of lobelia. 
LGB'ULAR (lob'-u-lar). Resembling a lobule. 
LGB'ULB (lob'-ai). Diminutive of lobe. 
IXyBUS (lO'-buR). Lobe. 

IXyCAL. Confined to or affecting on\>^ a V^tV. 
IXfCALIZATlON, Ascertaining tY\« \oca\V\.y ot vw ^V 



161 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

LOXHIA (16'-ke-ah). Uterine discharge succoediug labor. 
LOXHIAL (l6'-ke-al). Pertaining to the lochia. 
LOCHIOME'TRA (16-kC-6-me'-trah). Lochial formation. 
LOCHIOPyRA (16-kC-6-pl'-rah). Same as puerperal fever. 
LOCHIORRHA'GIA(16-kg-or-ra'-Je-ah). Lochial diarrhea. 
LOCHIORRHE'A. Same as lochiorrhagia. 

LOCHIOS'CHESIS (16-k6-08'-ke-si8). Xon-appea-anco of lochial 
flow. •• ... . i. . i- • 

LOCHOMETRrTIS. Puerperal inflammation of uterus. 
LOCK'-HOSPITAL. Institution in which venereal diseases 

are treated. 
LOCK'-JAW. See Trismus; 
LOCOMO'TION (l6-k6-m6'-8hun). -Vet of an uninial moving 

himself as desired. 
LOCOMOTOR ATAX^f. Disease of posterior columns of 

Kplnal cord. 
LOCUXAR. Made up of cells. 
LO'CUS. A locality or spot. 

LO'CUS CERU'LEUS,- DcepKblue area on fourth ventricle. 
LOGOPLE'GIA (log-6-ple'-j€-ah). Speechless from paralysis. 
LOGORRHE'A (log-or-re'-ah). Rapid speech; talking very fast. 
LOG'WOOD. See Hematoxylon. 
LOI'MIC. Pertaining to the plague. 

LOIMOG'RAPHY (loi-mog'-rarfe). Description of tlie plague. 
LOIMOL'OGY (loi-nior-6-Je). Treatise on the plague. 
LOINS (lolnz). Lumbar portion of back. 
LONGEVITY (lon-JevMt-e). State of living to an old age. 
LONGIS'SIMUS DOR'SI. Muscle of the back springing from 

the dorsal vertebrce. 
LONGITU'DINAL. Lengthwise. 

LONGUS COL'LI Long mtiscle of neck, behind esophagus. 
LORDO'SIS (lor-do'-sis). Anterior spinal curvature or bending. 
LORETA'S OPERA'TION.' Pyloric dilatation. 
LOTION (16'-shun). A llcluld medicine, applied externally.* 
LOUSE (lows). See Pedlculus. 
LOV'AGE. A diuretic root. 

LOXARTHRON. Joint malformation or deformity. 
LOX'IA (loks'-e-ah). Distorted, twisted condition of neck; 

• wry-neck. .■■■>... 

LrOZ'ENGB (loz'-enj). Medicinal preparation in form of tablet 

with sugar. 
LUBRICATION (IQ-bre-ka'-shun). Oiling to make slippery. 
LUBRICITY (IQ-brisM-te). State of being lewd or lecherous.' 
I^U^CID (IQ^-Bid). Clear; apparent; palpable. 
i^U^ES (W'-^z). A Mgh ttiii disease as sy phU\«, \eptc«y , etc. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 155 

LU'OOL'S CAUSTIC (caws'-tik). Equal parts ot iodine and 

potassium iodide in two parts of water. 
LU'OOL*S SOLU'TION. Compound solution of iodine. 
LUMBA'QO (lum-ba'-go). Rheumatism of the lumbar muscleK ; 

pain in the loins. 
LUBfBAR. Pertaining to the loins. 
LUBfBO-. Signifying relation to the loins. 
LUMBRICA'LrEiS (4um-bre-k]IM^z). Foursmall muscles in each 

hand and foot. - "^ ' 

LUIfBRICOID (lum'-bre-koid). Pertaining to or resembling u 

lumbrieus. 
LUBfBRICUS (lum'-bre-kus). Long round worm of th" Ihtes- 

tines. 
LrU'NACY (IQ'-na-se). Same as insanity. 
LU'NAR CAUS'TIC (lu'-nar kaws'-tik). Nitrate «»f silver 

moulded into pencils. 
LU'NATIC. Maniac ; periodically insane person. 
LUNETTES' (Ift-netsO. Spectacles. 
LUNGS. Two organs, one on each side of thorax, by ineuns of 

which respiration is carried on. 
LU'NULA (IQ'^ilQ-la).- <Small white crescent at base of nails, 

popularly called the ** half moons." 
LU'POID. Pertaining to or resembling lupus. 
LU'PULIN (lu'-pu-liii). Active principle of hops. 
LU'PULUS (liV-pft-lus). SeoIIunuilus. . . . ( . 

LU'PUS (IQ'-pus). Chronic cutaneous disease, due to a lnu-lllus. 
LUSCH'KA*S BUR'SA. Bursa of pharynx. 
LUSCH'KA'S GLAND. Gland of the coccyx. 
LU'TEIN(lu'-te-in). Amber-colored matter of coagulute<l blood. 
LUXAHTION (luks-a'-shun). DislocaticMT. 
LYCAN'TROPY. See Lycomania. 
LYCOMA'NIA. Insanity, the subject of wlilcli believes he is u 

ferocious animal. 
LYCOPO'DIUM. An absorbent dressing. 
LYE (11). A caustic product of lixiviation. 
LYINQ-IN (llMng-in). Applied to puer|M»ral period; eontine- 

ment. 
LYMPH (limf). Fluid of lymphatics. 
LYMPHADENI'TIS (limf-ad-en-i'-tis). Intlauiniatlon of lymph 

gland. 
LYMPHADENO'MA (limf-ad-en-o'-mah). Tumor or hyp<»rtropy 
• of lymphatic glands. 
LYMPH ANGIEC'TASIS (limf-anj-e-ek'-ta-sis). Dilatation of 

lymphatics. 
LYMPHi4JV0/00'RAPHY. Descrlptlou t>f \y\np\i«k.Wv». 



WAKNEIt-!4 POCKET UEDICAI. 



ICK. 

LYHPHANQIOTOMV. tnelRlon of the lymphuCU 
LVMPMANQITIB |]lmf-un-JI'-tlii|. Inflammation 

LYMPHATIC (Umf-at'-lk). Pertalnlus to \JDS 

lympbatlo syBtem. 
LYMPHATICS (llmr-at'-lkii), LympbaUc veaMla 

absorbine lytnpli. 
LYHPHATI-TIS. Bame iw lymphuiKltLE, 
LYMPKOO'RAPKV (llmf-oK'-ra'fe}. Bee Lym 
I.YHPK'01D(]lmr-<>ld). ttoaeinbllng lyropb. 
LYMPHO'HAlll'ar-^-inBhJ. Lymphatic turn 
LYMPHORRHA'OIA. Bee Lyniphorrhea. 
LYHPHORRHE'A. Lymphatlcdiarrhea. 
LYMPKO-SIS (llmf-o'-sls). PnxlUGtlaii of lyr 
L.VPKMA'NIA. Melannholla. 
l,YPOTHV'UlA. SameulypemaDla. 
LY-SIS (ll'-«li). AhatemenC of a dlReaite and > 
LVa'SA <llB'-Bb). SeeRablei. 
LYa'SIN(ll«'-in). VIras from mad dog, 
LYBSOPHO'BIA. Dread of hydrophobia. 
LYT^A VaslCATOR'RlA (t)L'-Hli veH-lh-a-U' 



.pbBOKiDg^^>by. 



ru-Hh]. >*ee Cun- 



HACERATION (tiiH«-r 

MA-ciaafmi'-BMM. Pi 

UAC ROB ID'S 19 <ii>ak-ri 
MACROS lOT'IC (mak- 

OHlB. 

MACROCEPHA'LIA (m 



MACROCEPH'ALOUS (raak-nVBi 

having largp bead. 
MACROCHEri.lA (ninlt-ro-ki'-l'.-i 

lip*. 
MAOtOCHBIRIJk (inak-rO-tal'-re- 

UCMOCO'UA rmaicTd'kd'-lc 



t; mild Dnrcotlc, obUUned from 
-Bbun). Tht prDC<iw of HoaklnH in 
reSBlve emaciation, 
bl-ot'-lkl, Pi^rtaltilng to tnaoratil- 
-rd«er-n'-l<.>4h). Stale ol bcl iig large- 
Pertaining to or 
un unusually iargt- 






! large 



h|. UnusukUy a»ve\Qg»&v»B!Bt. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 167 

MACROCYTB (mak'-r^^t). Large red blood corpuscle in 

pemioioiui anemia. 
MACRODACTY'LIA (mak-ro-dak-tlMe-ah). Unusually devel- 
oped fingers. 
MACRODONT (mak'-r0^16nt). Having large teetb. 
MACROOLOa^IA (mak-rd-glos'-e-ab). Having large tongue. 
MACROPHALIC. Having a large penis. 
MACROPCDIA (mak-r6-pd'-de-ah). Having large feet. 
IIACROP'SIA (mak-rop'-se-ah). Defect of vision, an object 

appearing larger than it is. 
HACRGRRHI'NUS (mak-ro-ri'-nus). Having a large nose. 
If ACROSCB'LIA (mak-r6-s€l'-e-ah). Having unusually long 

legs. 
MACROSCOP'IC (mak-r6-scop'-ic). Easily seen without aid of 

instruments. 
MACR080HAIA (mak-r64o'-me-ah). Having a large body. 
If ACROSTGliA (mak-r64td'-mah). Having large mouth due 

to fissure of lips. 
MACULA (mak'-u-lah). Spot on a smooth surface. 
If ACULATB (mak'-Q-lit). Spotted. 

If AD. Term used by the laity for insane ; one having rabies. 
MADARO^IS. Falling out of hair or eyelashes. 
IfAD^BSS. Ck>ndition of hydrophobia. 
If ADUKA FOOT. Pustular disease of the foot peculiar to 

India. 
lIAOBN'DIB*8 SOLUTION. Solution containing sulphate of 

morphine. 
If ACGOT. Larva of insect. 
If ACISTRAL (mi^'*iB-tral). Ingredients of a prescription Just 

put up. 
IfAGiyiA (mag'-mah). Pasty ointment. Residue ; sediment. 
If AGNB'SIA (mag-n^-se-ah). Magnesium oxide. 
IfAGNB'SIUM. A silver-colored metal, forming the base of 

some valuable salts. 
If AGNB'SIUlf SUL'PHATB. Important mild laxative. 
If AG^BT OPBRATION. Using the magnet for abstracting 

particles of metal flrom the eye. 
IfAID'BNHBAD (mfi'-den-hed). Virginity; maidenhood. 
If ALA'CIA (maM'-se-ah). Softening or degeneration of a part. 

Morbid unnatural appetite. 
MALACO'MA (mal-ak-d'-mah). Organic malacia. 
MALACO^IS (mal-ak-d'-sis). A softening. 
MALACOSTBON (mal-ak-os'-t&on). See Osteomalacia, 
MA LACOT'OM Y (mal-ak-ot'-d-me). See Laparatom'j . 
MAL'ADY (mar-ad-^). Disease; an affecUoTi. 



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MALAG'MA (mal-i)g'-Rlll'1<^ -V I'lllHplaBiii or poulUci'. 
UALAISE' (mal-at-). All unciuy HL'tiRulloii. 
MA1.AR (ma'-lnr). Pcrtolnlng !■• lUe nhepk or cliealt-lmne. 
HA1,AR BONES (ban z). OoireHpoDdlnKcbeek-bonea. 
MAL.A'RIA (luBl-ft'-re-ab). NoxlouB vapor proiluaing malarln. 
MAL ASSIMILATION (miLl-H»-lni-tM''BbaiV. aubnOTmut h» 

Blmllatlnn. 
MAL'ATE (maL'-Mt). Bult ormnllu u<.-iil nnd e. be^e. 
MAL DE MER'. Hue Scu-sicknesH. 
UAt.E{inil]. Thawx, Willi IcsLlL'ttB. proHUtr-.etc.: npiKwllt- U 

female. 
MALFORMATION |nuil-f<ir-tn£'-«l]iiii|. rtiiiiitiinil aevclop 

MALQAIOHE-S' HOOKS. Hooka fur mitlliin Iw.. pnrlB 01 

fraf tnred patellu. 
MA'LICACID. AiiBCliIi.rcerlulnrrullij. 
HALION'diul-llii'). Sue Umignaut. 

MALlcmANTdna-llg'-iiaul.). Deudly; iiilciisely »ovi.tu. 
MAt.IN'QER(ma-llii'-Ji.'rl. ToslmulHte lllii.'M. 1 

MALIN'GERER (ma-llu'-Jer-ar). One wbo Biiutilai™ lllneBa. 
MALLEATIO |mBl-^-i'4b§«). CUoree with »|iiuiinodlc vertloM 

MALLE'OLUS iiiia1-0'Hi-lus>. ProoeHK of Imne Hliapcd llks I 

mallet. 
MAL'LEUS liiialV-usl. Ham raer-Bbupe.l liouo .if \he •■at 



MALPOSITION (mal-|)i>alBb'-un|. Ni.l In ciirrecl or □anu* 

pus) I inn. 
UALPRACTICE |DiiiI-prak'-t[K). liiDurrmtlmedlual trealnicnl 
MALPRESENTATION. FalalprogenUillun delaying daUverj 
MALT (maw 11). NuliitlouB bcveraRu prepared firoin barley fB 

cerlalD forniB ut dtgeetlve derangeiUPiiU. 
MALTINE (muvl'-tOn). Proprietary malt preparatloo. 
MALT'OSS. Prapumllon obtained by uctloii uf dlastaMi iipa 

MAH'MA (mam'-iib). Tbe breaat. 

MAM-MARY Imum'-a^rOI. Pertalniue to the mainmit. 
MAM'MATE(maiii'-Bl). Having mammne. 
AMMATJiT'EROUS (iiiHm-lr-er-iiB). Sen Mummate. 
MAMMIL't.A. Nipple. 
^Jlt^at-MILLARY (mam'-U-A-r6). KeBUmUnnH a^ nVvvW. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 1)9 

IIAMMILLA'TION. Appearance of a surface as though com- 
posed of a number of nipple-shaped elevations. 

MAMMITIS (mam-I'-tis). Inflammation of the mammee. 

MAM'MOSE. Having large well-fllled breasts. 

MAN'ACA (man'-ak-ah). Brazillian antisyphilitic and pur^ti^ 
tive root. 

MAN'DIBLE (rnan'-di-bl). Lower Jaw-bone; inferior maxil- 
lary. 

MANDIB'ULAR. Pertaining to the lower Jaw. 

MANDRACORA (man-drag'-o-rah). See Podophyllum. 

MAN'DRAKE (man'-drak). See Mandragora. 

If AN'QANESE (man'-gan-ez). Metal used as a base for certain 
salts. 

MANGE (manj). Cutaneous disease of animals. 

MA'NIA (ma'-ne-ah). Delirious insanity. 

MA'NIA A PO'TU. Intense form of delirium tremens. 

MANI'ACAL (ma-ni'-ak-al). Resembling mania or madne^K. 

MANICURIST. A hand specialist. 

MAN'IKIN. A chart or reproduction of the human oconr 
omy. 

MANIPULATION (man-ip-u-la'-shun). Handling; manual 
operation as massage. 

MAN'NA. A certain laxative. 

MAN'NITE (man'-it). Active principle of manna. 

MANU'BRIUM (man-u'-bre-um). A handle. First division of 
sternum. 

MARAN'TA. Arrowroot. 

MARANTIC (mar-an'-tik). Pertaining to marasmus. 

MARASMAT'IC (mar-az-mat'-ik). Having marasmus. 

MARAS'MOID (mar-az'-moid). Having appearance of maras- 
mus. 

MARASMOPY'RA (mar-az-mop-I'-rah). Hectic fever. 

MARAS'MUS (mar-az'-mus). Progressive emaciation. 

MAR'QINAL. On the margin or border. 

MAR'ROW. Fatty mass in hollow bones. 

MARRU'BIUM. Horehound ; expectorant and laxative. 

MARSH' FEVER. Malaria fever. 

MARSH'M ALLOW. See Althea. 

MAS'CULINE (mas'-kii-Iin). See Male. 

MASK. Facial covering of some cloth material. Sweet vehicle 
for bitter medicines. 

MASS. Product of mixed drugs. 

MASSAGE' (mas-ahzhO. Manual n*iction and strokiiv^ ol V\x% 
bodj'. 

MAS^SETER. Powerful muscle of tY\e tace. 



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lIA8TAI/aiA (mai-ur-Je-ab). Pain In the bi 

MA BTH El. CD'S IS ( latia-tbel-feO'-Bla). Ulceniua sMte of the' 

MASTIC (mns'-llli). A renlnous exudallou, with lutrlDBent. 

propertied. 
MASTICA'TION (maa-llk-A--ahun). ChtivlDg. 
MASTICATORY (maa'-tlk-A-tA-r«). A drug which In chewed 

Blowly iDEtead of Bwallowlns Immediately, 
MASTITIS (moH-ti'-lis). Inflatnmatlon of the bresBt. 
MASTODVN'IA (maH-(&4]ln'-^-ah|. Pain In the breaaU 
MASTOID ([iiu>''-told). Reacmbllng the Hhape or the breaat. 
MASTOID BONE, fi'nrumen of temporal bone. 
MASTOID CEI.1.S. CommunLcBtlog ravltles uf raaaMId pn> 

MASTOID PRO'CKSS. NIpple-ahaped procesB baak or ear. 
MASTOIDITIS. iDHammation of mastoid prooesi. 
MASTOL'OGV |maK-tol'.o-Je). TreatlHe <m the breast. 
MASTON'CUB Iman-lone'-kuH). Tumor of the breast. 
MASTOP'ATHV imas-top'-a-tbC). DIaeaBc of the brea«t. 
MASTORRHA'aEA (msB-torHl'-Je-ah). Hemorrhage from thi 

breiiat. 

MA3TOSCIRR'HUS[ma<^(o-Bklr'-U8|. ^Irrhus of the breast. 
UASTO'SIS. KeeMaBtoucue. 
MASTURBATION. Unnatural producllon or orgasm, i 

the hand, ete, 
HATE'RIA MED'ICA. Selenoe pertaining to theoharaeterHUoB 

and effects of inedlclties. 
MAT1CO. GenUo-urlnury Ionic 
MATRICA'RlA. German Cba mom lie; carminative and tonlo. 
MATRICULATE (nia-lrll('-u-1it). To register preparatory to 

entering upon a enllegc course. 
MATRIX (mi'-trlka). Producing or enveloping matUr 

malrli of t«eth. The iiterus. 
MATTER. AaubBlance. Popular term for puB. 
MATURATION (mat-u-rii'-^hUD). Maturing: developing. 
MAXIL'LA (make-ll'-ah). The jaw. 
MAX'ILLARV (maka'-ll-fi-re). PerlBlnlng to the Jaw. 
MAXILLARV BONES. ,law-banei>. 
MAX'ILLARV SINUS. Antrum of Hlghniore. 
MAY AP'PLE. See Podophyllum. 
MAZ0DYN1A (mii-xo-dln'-e-ah). Pain In the breast. 
MAZOITI8 (mil-irvi'-tlst. Inflammation of the breast. 
MEA'SLES (mO'-zelB). An eruptive dlseadc, usually affbotlDI 

MBATUS (m^'-tWi). .\ canal. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 161 

MBCOICETER (me-kom'-e-ter). Instrument for measuring 
fetal length. 

MECO'NIAL. Pertaining to the meconium. 

MECONIC ACID. An acid found in opium. 

MEC'ONIN. A constituent of opium. 

MECONIORRHE'A (mg-kd-n$-or-^-ah). Excessive meconial 
discharge. 

MECONIS'MUS (mek-on-iz'-mus). Condition due to excessive 
administration of opium. 

MECO'NIUM (me-kd'-ne-um). Fetal feces passed immediately 
after hirth. 

MECONOL'OQY (mek-o-nol'-d-Je). Descriptive treatise on opium. 

MEODIAN (mg'-de-an). Pertaining to the middle. 

MEDIASTINI'TIS. Inflammation of the mediastinum. 

MBDIASTrNUM (mS-de-as-ti'-num). Division of cavity of 
chest between pleural sacs. 

MBODIATE (m^-de-At). Intervening; not direct. 

MEDICABLE. Admitting medical treatment. 

MEDICAL. Pertaining to medicine. 

MEiyiCAL JURISPRU'DENCE. Science of medicine as re- 
lated to law ; forensic medicine. 

MEDICAMENT. A medicinal agent, 

MEDICATED (med'-ik-a-ted). Applied to substances which 
have been saturated with a medicine. 

MEDICINAL (med-isMn-al). Pertaining to medicine. 

MEDICINE. Science relating to curing or healing of human 
ills. Substance administered for cure of disease. 

If BD'ICO (medM-k6). Physician; medicine. 

MEDacUS (medMk-us). See Medico. 

MBDI'NA-WORM (mS-dl'-nah-wYrm). See Guinea-worm. 

ME'DIUM. Preserving substance. Surrounding substance. 

MEDUL'LA (med-ulMah). Marrow. 

MEDUL'LA OBLONQA'TA (ob-long-gah'-tah). Branch of 
spinal cord in skull. 

MEiyULLARY (med'-a-lfi-re). Pertaining to the medulla or 
marrow. 

MEDIJLLARY CANAL. Cavity of bones, in which the mar- 
row grows. 

MEDULLITIS (med-d-li'-tis). Inflammation of the medulla 
or marrow. 

MEQALOCEPH'ALIC. Having an unusually large skull. 

MEG'ALOCYTE (meg'-^l-OHAt). Abnormally large red corpus- 
cle. 

MEOALODAC'TYLOUS. Possessed of abnoTTa^W^ Vwc^^^xv^^^^?^ 
and toeB, 



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HEOAL.OP'SIA. Perverted alght in whioh obJccW appear 

larger ttian Ihey are. 
HEGASCOPac. Bee Maeroacoplc. 
ME'GBIM (rae'^Lml. Bee MeniLcriiiiiB. 
USIBO'HIAN GLANDS. Palpebral aebaeeauH gluod 
MEL. Honey. 
MELANCHO'LU. (meJ-B^•bO'-ll^-ah>. IieHpondiiuuy : doprw- 

UELANBDE'MA (mcl-a.n-e-iiO'- 

HELANE'MIA. Ununual aarkuwd uf ljiw>d,due to exoeMlre 

amount iif pigment. 
HELANEFHIDRO'SI3([iiel-itn-cr-id-ru'-siB). narlc-calored p 

aplratlon. 
MEL'ANIN. NlirogenouH blauk plgmen) In epItheUnm, 

MELANIS'Mua (rael*n-l»'-musj. Jaandlce with -very dark 

ontiineaus dlacoJ oration. 
HELANO-CARCINO'MA. Tumor havLug blHCk pigmi 
MELANODER'MA (mel-an-o-dar'-mah). Deep disooloratloa of 

HEL'ANOID. Deep, darh-oolored, havlog appenrEUilW Ot 

UELANO'MA. Bee Melanooarclnoma. 
MELAMOP'ATHV (mol-BQ-op'-arlbE). Bos MelatiodermB. 
MELANORBHA'CIA<niel-an-orTa'-Je-ab). See Meleno. 
MELANO-SARCO'MA. Sarcoma bavlog black pigment. 
MELANO'SIS imet-HU-e'Htlii). Deposit or black BUbetunce ii 

part caiiBing abnormal dlBcolorntlou. 
HELANOT'lC (mel-Bo-ot'lk). PertalnlDg to melaooBlB. 
MELANU'RIA (mel-an-fl'-re-ah) Very dark urine. 
UELASIC'TERU3(mel-a8-lk'-ler-UH). Smne as melanlBinus. 
MEI.AS'HA(me1-ai'-mab). Spotty dlBColoratlon of Bkln. 
MEL>E'NA <me<le'-nah). Bleek dlBchargea or vomIC 
HBLlCE'RA. Tamor reaembllnga honey-comb. 
MELICE'RIS (meH-«e'-rlBl. Tumor containing a honey-1 

Bold. 
UELITA'GKA (mel-lt 



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MELI'TIS (inel-l'-tla). In Hum Dial Ion of the check 
MELITU'RIA (mcl-lt-il'-ro-ahl. Sugar In tbe urine 
AfSLOM'HLUS (mel-om'-el-uE). Monster witli rudlmentArf 
J/iabalnad. 
MELON'CUS (B 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 

IIBL'OPLASTY (mer-o-plas-te). Plastic surgery of the cheek. 
If BlxysiS (mel-d'-sis). Exploration with a probe. 
MBM'BER. Applied to an extremity of the body. 
MBM'BRANE (mem'-brfin). Thin web-like sheet, as pleura, etc. 
MBM'BRANOUS (mem'-bran-nus). Resembling or pertaining 

to a membrane. 
MBN'AGOQUB (men'-a-gog). See Emmenagogue. 
MBNIDRCSIS (men-id-ro'-sis). Discharge of menstrual blood 

through sweat glands. 
If BNINQE'AL (men-in-Je'-al). Pertoining to the meninges* 
MBNIN'QES (men-in'-J^z). Membranes enveloping brain and 

cord. 
MBNINQITIS (men-in-JI'-tis). Inflammation of the meninges. 
MBNIN'QOCELB (men-iug'-gd-sel). Meningeal hernia. 
MBNINOO'SIS (men-in-gd'-sis). Membranous Joining of bones, 

as bones of fetal skull. 
MENINQU'RIA (men-inJ-Q'-re-ah). Shreds in urine. 
MB'NINX (m^-ningks). Membrane. See Meninges. 
MBNIS'CUS (men-is'-kus). Lens convex on one side and con- 
cave on the other. 
MENOLIP'SIS. Irregular menstruation; nonappearance of 

menstrual flow. 
MEN'OPAUSE (men'-o-pawz). Cessation of menses. See 

Change of Life. 
MBNOPHA'NIA (men-o-f&'-ne-ah). Beginning of the men- 
strual flow. 
If BNOPLA'NIA (men-o-plfi'-ne-ah). Vicarious menstruation, as 

menidrosis. 
MENORRHA'QIA (men-or-&'-Je-ah). Abnormal flow of menses. 
MENORR'HE'A (men-or^-ah). Lengthy menstruation. 
MENOSTASIS (men-os'-tas-is). Suppression of the menses. 
MEN'SES (men'-s€z). Normal monthly flow of blood from 

uterus. 
MENSTRUAL (men'-strQ-al). Pertaining to menstruation. 
MENSTRUATION. Monthly disturbance in the female in 

which there is a bloody uterine flux. 
MBN'STRUUM (men'-strQ-um). A dissolving fluid. 
MENTA'QRA (men-t&'-grah). Chronic inflammation of hctir 

follicles. 
MEN'TAL. Pertaining to the mind. Relating to the chin. 
MENTHA PIPERITA. Peppermint. 
MENTHA VIRaDIS. Spearmint. 
MENTHOL. Local stimulant obtained from distille<l <vA. ^^ 

peppermint. 
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MBRCUKIAL. RASH. Acute cutaueauH InilamDiatlijii ilue tc 

odmliiistraLlon at mercury. 
HBRCU'RIAI. PAL'SY (pawr-Bj). Palsy due to meivurliillMii 
MERCU'RIALISM (mor-ka'-re-ttl-lzml. Abuormal wiinlHKa 

dae tocODtinnedDrexcHiBlve usoor iiitTuury. 
MER'CURY HTdrarRyrniD ; a metal usfid In medicine. 
METJOCHLEdnO'-rt^Sl), Abdominal hernia throngli ft'inoi*!; 



HES'ENTERY. FoldB orperitoDeum Ilxlng xmall Ii 

to abdominal wull. 
MKillAL(mf-iC-al). See Median. 
MESVERISM (mei'-mer-izm). Hypnntlt^m xis prai- 

UeBiaer. 
HESOCE'CUM (mez-i^aO'-kum). Fold of jwrltonout 

eeonm to abdominal wall. 
KESOCO'LON (meE.o-kiJ'-lon). Dupllualure of per 

attach log rolon to abdominal wall. 
HBSODMITia (me«-od-ml'-tlB|. Inflammation of the 

MES'ODONT. Having ordlnary-slied lefiili. 
11ESO[jA3'TR;c (meB-o-gBB'-trik). PertalninR to rei 

mediately below final rlbH. 
MESOQASTRIUM (meBH>gBs'-tre-um). l>onion of I 



MESOR'CHIUM (mea-or'-ht-nm). Fold (In embryo) Bxin 

t«fiteB to abdominal wall. 
lIE50EEC'TUM(nies-a-rck'-tom). FoldofperlLooeum Joinlii 

lIES03'CELU3(mi;H-0B'H>sl-u>i\ Seo Perineum. 
UESOS'CEI.OCEL.E (ines-OB'-bf l-o-avlj. Hee Perineocele. 
HESOSTER'NUM {mea-o-«ler'-num]. Sternal center. 
UBSOTHE'NAR (mea-o-thu'-nar). Muscle pulUne tbnm 

toward piilm. 
■BSOVARlUM. Fold of peritoneum flxirg ovaries to bodr- 

wall. 
jeSTABOJ-'lC (meta-bol'-lk). Pertaining to metabolism. 
M-BTAS'OLiNfmet-ab'-a-linl Product of metabolism. 
J'-B7V4«'Oi,/SM (niet-Hb'-o-lliml. ProgreBBlvo lluiweiftiRXUft, 



DICnONABY OF TO-DAY. 

MBTACAR'PUS (met-ah-kar'-pas). Hand between earpvs i 
fingers ; the palm. 

MBTACHnrSIS (met-ak'-es-eis). See Transftision. 

MSTACON'D YLB (met-ah-kon'-dil). Final joint of a ftngwr. 

MBTACYE'SIS (met-ah-el-S'-eis). Extrarutertne pregnanej. 

If ET'AL. Hard, heavy, fusible substance, as iron. 

MBTALLOTHBR'APY. Medical treatment by local applloa- 
tion of metals. 

METAMORPHOP'SIA (met-am-or-fop'-se-ah). Distorted vision. 

MBTA MO KYPHOSIS (met-ah-mor'-fd-sis). Alteration of straoi- 
lire. 

METAPLA'SIA (met-ah-pl&'-se-ah). Applied to changes in 
growth of tissue. 

METAPOPH^YSIS (met-ah-pof-e-sis). Process of lumbar ver- 
tebrie. 

METAS'TASIS (met-as'-tA^sis). Transposition of disease firom 
one part of the body to another. 

METASTER'NUM. Final process of sternum. 

METATAR'bUS (metrah-tar'-sus). Foot between tarsus and 
toes. 

METATH'ESIS (met-ath'-e-sis). Changing position. 

M ETATRO'PHIA (met-ah-trd'-fe-ah). Subnormal nutrtUon. 

ME'TEORISM (m^-tM>-rizm). Gaseous distension of abdomen. 

METER ( me^-ter). Metric measure equ ivalent to 89.871 inches. 

METHEMOQLO^IN (met-he-mo-glC-bln). Variation of hemo- 
globin. 

METHEMOOLOBINB'MIA. Methemoglobin in the blood. 

METHEMOQLOBINU'RIA. Methemoglobin in the urine. 

METHOCASTRO'SIS. Inflammation of stomach Arom exces- 
sive use of alcohol. 

METHOM A'NIA (meth-o-m&'-ne-ah). Insane desire for alooholio 
drinks. See Dipsomania. 

METHYL. Radical of wood alcohol. 

METH'YLAL (methMl-al). An hypnotic 

METOP'AGUS (met-op'-a-gus). Double monster with foreheads 
joined. 

METRA (inO'-trah). The uterus. 

METRAL'GIA (me-tral'-Je-ah). Pain in the womb. 

METRANE'MIA (mg-tran-e'-me-ah). Anemia of the womb. 

ME'TRE (mo'-ter). See Meter. 

METRECTO'PIA (mS-trek-to'-pe-ah). L'terine malposition. 

MEHTRIC SYSTEM. Standard of measurement in which the 
meter is the unit. 

METRITIS (m6-tri'-tis). Inflammation of the vr<\\\\V\. 

METROCELE i niO'-t nHBcl^. \'\i y\\\v Xu'vwVa. 



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HBTROCOI/POCELE(me-lrfi-lEal'-p6-e«l). Utciino hernia ii 

METROQYN1A (m.^troHUD'-a^h). Fain hi the ul«mH. 
HETROME'HIA (mS-tro-lie'-me-ahl. Blood in Ih^ womb. 
MSTROMALACO'SIS (me-lro-mal-u-cd'-BU). Hon^pnlog of wall 

UETROPATK'IC [mf-trO-path'-lh). RelatliiK M dlseaaes ot 

UETROPHLBBrTlB (mE'tro-fl&-br-tlB). Inflammfttlon of veins 

or woml). 
METRORRHAG'IA (m^lio-iDrTiU'-e-Bb). Hemonbage of the 

UETRORRHE'A (mO-tror-rv'-ali ). Discharge rrom womh. 
M£TRORRH£X'13 (m§-tror-ebsMs). ULerioe rupture, 
METROSCOPE |ino'-tro«kap}. Jnatrumeut for uterine Inves- 

tlKStlon. 
MBT'ROTOUE (niet'-rO-lflm). InHtrunient for catting cervix 

METROTO'MIA (Qiul-rd-Ui'-m&^h). Section or uterus ; CeBBrean 

operation. " 
MEX'ICAN (meks'-l-kan). Pertnlnlng (o Mexlvo. 
HEZE'REON {mi-ib'-nraa). I^^icul Irrllant. Agr-tit eiRliIng 

■ecretlon ofauliva. 
lU'AStf . Oaa or vapor proline or dlnease. 
UIAS'UA. b'ee MlBBm. 

MIASMATIC (ml-BZ-mal'-lh). Pertalnlog tomlaam. 
HICATIOH (ml-kS'-fihun). Rapid palpebral blinking. 
MI'CROBB (mi'-krGb). A mlimlc organism. 
MICRO'BICIDE (ml-krfl'-bl8-!dl. Agent opposed to microbes. 
MICROBIOIi'OCY (mT-kn>bi-ol'-A'Je). Treatise relating to life 

at mloroOrganlBmB, 
m'CROBLAST (mi'-kro-blost). MInu t« corpuscle ot the blood. 
UlCROBLEPH'ARON (ml-kro-blef-a-ron). Bubnnrmal bIzc of 

MICROBRA'CHIUS (ml-kr&-brS'-ke-UB). Bubnormally smalt 

MICROCEPM'ALOUS [ini-kri>tier-a>lus). Congenital smalluess 

or head. 
UICROCHEH1STRY (ml-krO-kem'-la-tre). Chemistry aided by 

MICROCOCCUS (mi-kro-kok'-uB). A genus of Hchliomyoetfis. 
MICROCOS'MIC. Ammonium, liydrogen HOdliim pbosphate. 
HI'CROCYST (ml'-(cri>«l8tl. Very aroall erst. 
JiefClt€KYTB fml'-kro^t). Minute corpuscle present Inane 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 187 

illCROCYTHE'MIA. Condition with microoytes in the blood. 

ItrCRODONT (mi-kr6-ddnt). Teeth subnormal in size. 

MICROQLOS'SIA. Tongue subnormal in size. 

mCROQNATH'IA (mI-kr6-nath'-€-ah). Having small Jaws. 

MICROL'OQY (ml-krol'-o-Je). Description of microscopy. 

MICROM'ELUS (ml-krom'-el-us). Monster with rudimentary 
limbs. 

MICROM'ETBR (ml-krom'-e-ter). An arrangement for measur- 
ing matter under microscope. 

MICROMIL'LIMETER. x,vivw meter. See Micron. 

MI'CRON (mi'-kron). Same as micromllli meter. 

MICR06R'QANI8M (ml-krd-or'-gan-izm). Minute organism. 
See Schizomycetes. 

MICROPATHOL'OQY. Science of diseases caused by microdr- 
ganisms. 

MICROPHONIA (ml-kro-fy-ne-ah). Weak-voiced. 

MICROPHONE (mi-kr6-f5n). Instrument used to intensify 
sounds. 

MICRO-PHOTOQ'RAPHY. Science relating to minute pho- 
tographs taken without the aid of microscope. 

MICROPHTHAL'MUS. Subnormal size of eye. 

MFCROPHYTB (mi'-krd-fit). Very minute vegetable organism. 

MICROP'SIA (ml-krop'-se-ah). Condition in which objects 
appear smaller than actual size. 

MI'CROSCOPE (mi'-kro-skdp). An instrument for magnifying 
minute objects. 

MICROS'COPIST. One well versed in microscopy. 

MICROS'COPY (mi-kros'-ko-pe). Science relating to microscope 
and its uses. 

MICROSPO'RON. Cutaneous parasite. 

MICROSTHEN1C. Condition of subnormal muscular power. 

MICROTIA. Having a rudimentary ear. 

MICROSTO'MA (ml-kros-td'-ma). Subnormal size of mouth. 

MrCROTOME (mi'-kro-tdm). Instrument used to prepare thin 
sections for microscopical examination. 

MI'CROZYMES (mr-kro-zims). See Schizomycetes. 

MICTION (mik'-shun). See Micturition. 

MICTURITION. Urinating; urinary discharge. 

MICTUS. See MicturiUon. 

MID'RIFP. See Diaphragm. 

MID'WIFE. Female practicing obstetrics, though not a gradu- 
ate in medicine. 

MID'WIFE R Y (mld'-wlf-r€). See Obstetrics. 

MIGRAINE' (me-grfinO. Unilateral pain oC tK^ ViqaAl. 

MiKRO; See Micro. 



WAENER'l 
IKHON {mlk' 
LIA'R 



Micro 



L-O-i'-re-ah). Papular, vesicular illseaM ot 

ElHDds. 
ILIARY (mll'-^Hl-rE). Keeembtlnu mllJot-aceds. 
[1/lAKY PK'VER, See MlllarlB. 

L1UM (in11'H>am). Small Hiib-eplclerruaL whllo vlvve 

without jnfl am matory symptoms. 
ILK, Opaiiuc flald secreted by mammary Klanda. 

LK'-PEVER. Fever coniwmltBDC with socretiun of u 
[I.K'-KNOT. Indurated elevation on breast appsarin 

lug lactallOD. 

LK'-LEQ (lag). BemUB iDnitrallun of leg of vomai 

[LK '-SICK 'NESS. InfeuMouM disease of cattle, with li 

deranaenienl, 
ILK'-BUQAR. Bugar 
tablet trlturat4^ 
ILK'-TBETK. Flrslteetli; baby- 
L'KY (mll'-ke|. Kesu 

ILO-ICRAHHE. ODe-tbousaadth part of a | 
L'LILITER. One-thousandth part of a lUcI 
[L'LIMETER. Onr--lhnaanndtli part of a mi 
ilnd). Thnbrsln; thluhlnc puwerof 
IL. Inorganic earthy Hohslanee, 
IN'ERAL, WATER. Water imprognalrd wli 



[SANTHRO'PIA. RcpugiiBDCf 

ISCAR'RIAGE (mis-kar'-iij). S, 
[SOCVNY. Repugnance to \ri 
[SPLACEIidENT. MnlpOHltlor 
ISSED LA'BOR. Nun-eipnlsl 






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MISTU'RA (mls-tfi'-riLb). A mixture; u 
IflTS(mlt). SeeAcaruB. 
UITHRIDATUM. A uertalu polBuQOL 
opium la among Hh many Ingredlen 
UITH'RIDATISU. Condition reslBtln^ 
to continued use of poisonous drugs. 

'I'YSIS {ml-tok'-«H-ls). Cellular duplication. 
IflTO'HA {mlt^-mah). Fibrous body of iiucIcub. 
If IIO'SIS. Division of cell or nncleua. 
■ITRAL fml'-tral). Resembling or pertaining to B inltro. 
^MTTKAl. IMLVS. Valve Hi len an rlcalu-ve utricular ortflo«y 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. !• ' 

MIXTURE (miks'-tQr). A compound. 

MOBIL/IT Y (mr>-bllM-t«i. Capable of easy movement. 

MGDI'OLUS. Conical cavity in cochlea of the ear. 

MCDUS OPERAN'DI. Method of accomplishing an object. 

MOGIGRAPHIA (mog-lg-rar-e-ah). Writers' cramp, prevent- 
ing writing. 

MGGILAXIA (mog-il-a'-le-ah). Broken speech ; stammering. 

MGQIPHO'NIA (moj-if-d'-ne-ah). Laryngeal disturbance weak- 
ening the voice. 

MO'LAR TEETH (m6Mar). Large back teeth, which grind* 
grinding teeth. 

MOLE (mdl). Small circumscribed brownish elevation. 
Morbid uterine growth without sliape. 

MOLECULAR (mo-lek'-u-lar). Pertaining to molecules. 

MOL'ECULE (mor-e-kai). Smallest subdivision of a mass, 
possessing individual existence. 

MOLLUS'CUM. Morbid, tubercular disease of the skin. 

MON'AD. A minute, independent particle. 

MONK'S'-HOOD. SeeAconitum. 

MONOBLEP'SIS (mon-d-blep'-sis). Distorted vision when 
using both eyes, but corrected by closing one eye. 

MONGER A'CHIUS (mon-d-br&'-ke-us). Having but one arm. 

MONOBRO'MATED (mon-o-brd'-mft-ted). One atom of bromine 
replacing an atom of hydrogen. 

MGNOCAR'DIAN (mon-6-kar'-de-an). With a single heart. 

MONGCEPH'ALUS. One-headed double-monster. 

MONOCHROMAT'IC (mon-6-krd-matMk). One-colored. 

MGN'OCLE (mon'-d-kl). Glass or lens for but one eye. 

MONOCOC'CUS (mon-d-kok'-us). An independent micrococcus. 

MONOCRA'NUS (mon-o-kr&'-nus). Double monster with cere- 
bral union. 

MONOCULAR (mon-ok'-u-lar). Pertaining to one eye. 

MONOCULUS (mon-ok'-ti-lus). Single optical bandage. 

MONOCYST1C (mon-6-si8t'-ik). Having only one cyst. 

MONODACTYLOUS (mon-o-dak'-til-us). Having one flnger 
or toe. 

MON'OGRAPH (mon'-o-graf ). A discriptive book relating to 
one subject. 

MONOLOCULAR (mon-6-lok'-u-lar). Having one cell. 

MONOM A'NIA (mon-6-ma'-ne-ah). Insane on a single thought. 

MDNGMA'NIAC (mon-6-ma'-ne-ak). Cue who has monomania. 

MONOM'PHALUS (mon-om'-fa-lus). Double monster with 
umbilical union. 

MONOPAR'BSIS (mon-o-par'-es-ls). Uwcoxcv^WcvvV^^ X>^x^b\^^'^ 

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MONOP'ATHY Onaii-ap'-a-lhe). Disease conHned to oneorgsn. 
MONOPC'OIA (mon-opO'-Je-ah). LochL cereliraL pain. 
MONOPHO'B[A linon-A-rD' lie-ah). Dread of KOlItudc. 
MONOPHTHAL'MUS {ruon-oBT-tbal'-miiBj. A cyclopoan moa- 

UOHOPI.E'OIA<in»D-o-plf'-Je-H.h). Paralysis of uueextremlly, 
HONOP3IA(mon-op'-(ie-abi. Bee Cyclopia. • 

MON-OPUS(moii'-A-puK|. Monster ntth bat odb font. 
MONOR'CHID (mon-or'-ftid). One alTeotcd with monorcbla. 
MONOR'CHIA<mon-or'-be-ah). Having one tcMloli'. i 

HONOSO'MA(nion-&4a'-iiialO. Uouble-bcadedHliisIa monster. 
MOMOSTO'MA (ition-oB-I^-mHb). A fcenus uf thr«ul wornu. 
MON'0&PASM(mon'-o-BpiuiD). Ixicallxed ap&am. 
UDN'STER. FelalmalforiuHHoii, 
MONSTROS'ITY (mon-stroii'-lt-i-). Hen Monsler. 
MONS VEN'ERIS. Hairy proceBBover female pubis. 
UONTK'I.Y COURS'ES. fiee MenaeB. I 

HONTH'LV NURSE. ObBtctrlCBlattunduuL. 
MOON'-BLINDNESS. NlEbt-bUndneBe, caUBpd br cunUnued. 

moonlight on Tare. 
HOR'BID. DlHPHBpd: pertaining ludlBeaae. 
MORBIDITY (mor-bld'-l-tel. SUitn of being innrbid. 
MORBIF'IC (mor-bir-ih). produotlvo of dl«i-ii«i'. 
MORBILXI (mor-bir-i). McHHleB. 
M OR 'BUS. DlBeasc. 
UOR'DICANT. Acrid: punj;oiit. 

MOROUE CmorB), Dead bouse for unbnoMii r'urpsm. 
MOS'IBUND. loadylngcnndltlnn. 
HOR'IOPLASTY lmor'-**-plaa-M). GraflJnK skin on patient 

from otber parts of hlH body. 
MORN'INGSICK'NEBS. VoiilUlngof pn-gnunty. Seelngluvin. 
HORPHE'A (nior-iE'-ab), A eertaln skin dlaeB»l^ 
HORPHI'NA. See Morphli.e. 
MOR'PKINE (mor'-nn). Allialold of opium, valuable for Its 

naroollc properties. 
MOR'PHINISM <mur'-t1n-lKni). Condition caased by roollnued 

HORPHINOMA'NLA. Mania for morphine. 
MORPHOLOO'ICAL P^rUllJilnft to inorpliology. 
MORPHOL'OGYfrn.ir-fol'-o-Je). Analomy: Boienoo rolutlug 1,0 



mCTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 171 

MORS (morz). Decay ; death. 

MORTAL. Applied to thingn which must die. 

MORTALaTY. Death-rate per 1,000. Relating tostate of being 
mortal. 

MORTIFICATION (mor-tifik-£l'-shiiu). Death and decay of 
tissues ; gangrene. 

MORTUARY (mor'-tO-ar-i^). See Morgue. Pertaininsr to dis- 
position of the dead. 

MORIJLA. Spherical cell mass of ovum during segmentation. 

MORBUS (mdr'-us). Mulberry. 

MOS'CHUS (mos'-kns). Musk. 

MOTH'ER OP PEARLr. A certain absorbent. 

MOTH'ER'S MARK. Congenital cutaneous discoloration^, 
usaally purple in color. 

MOTILE (m6'-til). Capable of moving. 

MOTILITY (mo-tilM-te). See Motile. 

MOTION (mo'-shun). Act of moving from place to place. 
Fecal discharge. 

MOTOR (md'-tor). Employed in connection with muscU^s 
causing motion. 

MOULD'ED NITRATE OP SIL'VBR. See Caustic Lunar. 

MOUNTAIN FE'VER. Fever caused by living in high alti- 
tudes, due to rare atmosphere. 

MOUNTAIN SICK'NESS. Affection due to rare atmosphere 
of mountainous heights. 

MOUTH. Superior orifice of alimentary canal in which 
mastication takes place. The opening of a cavity. 

MOVE'MENT (moov'-raent). Fecal discharge. Motion. 

MOX'A (moks'-a). A conical-shaped combustible substance for 
coun ter-irri tation . 

MU'CEDIN (mu'-sed-in). Substance obtained firom ferment! nj^ 
gluten. 

MU'CIC ACID. Acid obtained ft'om action of nitric acid oil 
mucilage. 

MUCIP'EROUS (mO-sir-er-us). Prolific of mucus. 

If UNCIFORM (mu'-si-form). Having appearance of mucus. 

MU'CILAGE (mu'-sil-aj). Gummy exudation of various plants. 
Thick, sticky preparation. 

MUCILAG'INOUS (mQ-sil-ajMn-us). Pertaining to or resem- 
bling mucilage. 

MUCILA'GO (mu-sil-tt'-go). See Mucilage. 

MU'CIN (mu'-sin). Matter found in mucus. 

MUCIP'AROUS (mu-sip'-a-rus). See Muciferous. 

MUCITIS (muHBi'-tIs). Inflammation of a u\Mc«v3kSi Tci^vs^Xsx-axvfc 

MU'COCELE (mu'-ko-sel). Tumor wViYi wi\it\>» cotAaxvVa. 



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UUCO'SA (IiiQ-ki)'-«ii). MUUOUB membriLue. 
UU'COSIN. See Mucin. 

MU'COUS (ma'-kiia). rortulnlnK lo ur rEaembllut: muouB. 
HU-CUS. Cmam-Ilke araretlon of lanooDH membrane. 
UULAT'TO (mil-lut'-lol. A llgbt iiegru, r>ne at more oC wl 

MUI.'BERRY MASS. See Morula. 

MULTIARTICULA'TBD. HaviUE muny Jolnu, na Ibe tool 
MULTICAP-SUI-AR (luul-ll-kap'-rt-lar). Having many oap- 

MOLTIFETATION (iiml-tf-K-tH'-Hbuiit. Giving l.frth tot 



MULTIPLE NEURITIS. WldeiBpreudlnfli>mmul.lDn<>ruerT( 
MULTIPLE PREa'NANCY. Pre^iiuot wUli more than 01 

child. 
MULTIP'OLAR. Wim mure lUan iwu pules. 
HUMPS. InfliLmmatlon of parotlit glania. 
MUNDIF'ICANT |mun-dir-l-kuntj. Appllpil U. RUbstsnc 

MU'RAL *rafl'-ral). Pertaining to a wall. 

If URDBR (mir'-der). Killing a human being. 

HUREX'IDE (niO-rehs'-ld). PurpuriLle uf aniRiODltu 

MURIAT'lC (mu-re-at'-lkj. Hulty ; pertaining lo BSa-waler. 

MURIAT'IC ACID. Bee Hydrix-lilnrlc Acid. 

MU'RIFORH. BeBembliiiemuulberty. 

UUR'MUR. FaiiUcantlnuousBouiid. 

MUS'CARIN. A polHonoiiB plomiijnc. 

UUS'CLE (tauH'-HHI. Flbruus bundieaorawti by which inov 

menta iiC the body uni uL-comptlghed. 
MUS'CLE-PLAS'MA. Fluid exudation Arom fresh ruuscle. 
HUS-CUL.AR PBrtalnlnatoiiiuaele. 
MUSCULATION (muK-ki-|.m-*hun). OBing the musdea. 
HUS'CULIN(iauB''kfl-]lri). PriDClpaU-onMlluenluriaDHHea. 
MUS'CULI PECTINATI. Notched innspular Imnd wlUiins 
-59/Y//J1C mirto/-s. ■ 

^ri/s-cifi.0.cUTANEOua. pprfululiiB lo inuBC\nmnft »Wa, , 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. ITi 

MUS'CULO-SPrRAL. Applied to large brachial nerve 
HUSK. Perfume and stimulant obtained from prepuce of 

musk-deer. 
MUSK-ROOT. SeeSumbul. 

MUSSITAnriON. Frenzied incoherent muttering. 
MUSTACHE' (mus-tashO. Hairy growth on upper lip. 
MUSnrARD. BeeSinapis. 
MUTACIS'MUS (ma-ta-8l8'-mu8). Incorrect application of '< m ' 

in speech. 
MUTE (mtit). One who cannot speaJ^; dumb. 
MUTILA'TION (md-til-ft'-shun). Partial or complete destruc- 
tion of a part of the body. 
MUTHTON-SU'ET. See Suet. 
MYAL'GIA (mi-al'-Je-ah). Pain in a muscle. 
MYASTHB'NIA (ml-as-thg'-ne-ah). Muscular exhaustion or 

weakness. 
HYCBTCMA (mi-«et-d'-mah). Ulcerous disease of tlie foot in 

which there is a sloughing away of bones, common to India. 
MYCODER'MA (ml-ko-der'-mah). A variety of mushroom 

g^rowth. 
MYCODERMITIS. Bee Mucitis. 
MYCOHE'MIA (ml-kd-h^-me-ah). Blood impregnatcil with 

microorganisms. 
MY'COSE (mi'-kas). Constituent of ergot. 
MYCOSIS (mi-kd'-sis). Mushroom growth. Disoaso due to 

fUngus. 
MYCOTIC (ml-koV-ik). Pertaining to mycosis. 
MY'DINE. Non-poisonous ptomaine of the body. 
MYDRI'ASIS (mid-ri'-as-is). Unusual dilatation of pupil. 
MYDRIATaC (mid-ri-at'-ik). Pertaining to mydriasis. Agent 

used to produce mydriasis, as belladonnsk 
MYECTOPY (mi-ek'-to-pe). Muscular malposition. 
MYELrALr'GIA. Pain in the spinal cord. 
MYELANO'SIS (mi-el-an-o'-sis). See Myelatrophy. 
MYELrAP'OPLEXY (ml-el-ap'-d-pleks-e). Hemorrhage of spinal 

cord. 
MYELATE'LIA (ml-e-lartS'-le-ah). Rudimentary state of Kpinal 

cord. 
MYELASTHE'NIA (mi-el-as-the'-ne-ah). Spinal debility. 
MYELAT'ROPHY (mi-el-at'-ro-fe). Atrophy of spinal cord. 
MYELETERCSIS (ml-el-et-er-o'-sis). Degeneration of spinal 

marrow. 
MY'ELIN (mV-e-lin). Fatty substance surrounding a nerve. 
MYBLINac (mi-el-inMk). PerlainiTis tA tdl^€V\tv. 
MYBLiTISiml-el-V'tiB). InflammaXVoxi ol %vVtt»^ «a«^' 



N. 



I 'MABOTH1AN GLANDS. Minute glands In cervtx uLcrl. 
) MAVUS. BeeNovuB. 

HAH. (oil). Horny Bubstanpe eoverlng appir purl of (liml 

phalHiigeor finger. 
MAILZ-WALL. Bea Eponychlum. 
NA'NISM (Dl'-nlBiu). HtaU or being a. dwarf. 
HANOCEPH'ALUS (Da-no-eer-al-UB). HavLn;{ Bubnotumll.v 

(Ibv eloped head. 
MAN'OID. Dwarfiab. 

»(ANOC0R'MIA(DS-n6-kor'-niP-aht. Mi>neter wllli amulUHJd.v. 
MANOM'ELUaina-nom'-el-iis). Monater wiUi Mnall eNipi'int- 

Ubb. 
HANOSO'MIA (na-D&«6'-mc-ab1. Bee Nanism. 
IlA-NUa (D4'-nuB). A dwarf, 
NA'NOUa (na'-DDB). Fertaitilng to s dwarf. 
MAPE' OP NECK (nip). PoBleiior portion of ni-ck. 
NAPHTHA (nar-lba). Highly oonibuBlibla dlaUllatlon i>raa. 

MAPHTHALlMlnar-tba-liQ). An antlsepUo coal-tar dfrlva- 

NAPHTHALOI. (naf-tha-lol). An antUeptic; botol. 
NAPHTHOI.(nB['-thol). AiilleepUcderivaUveof c:aaJ-r»r. 
NAPHTHOLUH. BeeNaphtbol. 
NAPaFORM(nap'-l-form). RoBambllnga tnrolp. 
MAR'CEIN (□ar'HSe-ln). Weak alkaloid obtained from opium, 
NAR'COLBPSy (□ar'-ka-lep-B€). The rondllton in which th'io 
U sudden desire tor a numher of brief naps lu rapid unc.-- 

NARCO'MA (nar-ko'-mah). Deep sleep from narcollo. 
NAR'COSE (nur'-kos). In a deep ooma. 
NARC0'3I3 (nar-kff.alB). Stupor from using narroClcB, 
WARCOT'IC (Dar-kot'-ik). An agent producing deep utupr.r. 
MAR'COTINEfnar'-ko-tln). Alkaloid nf opium. 
NAR'COTISH inar'-kO-tlzml. Dcepcomadiie toitdnilulslration 



JIKTIONARY OF TODAY. 
NA'SAL ARTERIES. Arteiieaof Ibo no"c. 
NA'SAL BONE. OaBpouH-oarlllaglDOUB Blructiiro nf (lie hob. 
HA'SAL. FOS'SA. Cunals In nose. 
NASlT13(iin-«i'-tli). Inflaniraiillor) cif the notip. 
NASO-LA-BIAL. PertalnltiK In Ibe noee as rcJHlr'd lu Up. 
NASO' PHARYNGE'AL. Pertaining to the niWB ax related 

pharynx. 
KATAL'BOIL. UicoroUB 1 nil animation of PXtroiiiillPB, se 

tn Afrlcu. 
NATES (nd'-l«E). Tho liallocke; the two rounded iiiusses 

bBBe of bank. 
NATRIUM (ua'-lrB-um). Hee Sodium. 
NATRON (na'-trun). Nallve carbonate of sodium. 
NAT'URAL (Dat'-u-ral), Pertaining to or rBsenihllnn iml.urp 
KAU'BEA <tiaw'-«e-Hh). IrrOBlatlblo deolra to vomll; fiiLiitn. 

NAU'aEANT (nBw'-B«-Bnt). AgentcauBing naanoo. 

NAU'BEOUS (Mun'-ae-UB). Seo NaUBeanU 

NA-VEL {ni'-vel|. See UmblUcuH. 

NA'VEL.-STRINC. Umbilical cord. 

HAV1C'UI.AR (nH-vlk'-a-lar). Hliaped like a llltla boat. 

NAVICULAR BONE. Hcuphold bone of foot. 

NAVICULAR DISEASE'. IIIbcbbo of Hcaphold bODD. 

NAV'IFORM. fire Navicular. 

HEAR-POINT. Nearest point permitting perfect vision. 

HKAR .SIOHT'EDNESS. SceHyopla. 

HEARTKRO'BIS (nfrar-lhry-sls). ArtlHclal joint; abnorii 

Joint. 
NBB'Ul'A. Cloud]', opaque condition of coraea. 
HECK (nek). RouodedcnlumnconnectlngheBdandshouldoi 

narrow portion of an organ, as cervex olerl. 
MBCRE'HIA (ne'-kre'-me-Bh). Deatb of blood Immedlatf 

(Olio wed by bodily death. 
HSCROBICySIS (ne-kr6-b1-6'-sls). Morbid dcuth at a part. 
KBCROCOIlIIUH (ne-kr^kO'-me-uni;. House Ibr the des 

8ee Morgue. 
SECROL'OGY ln6-krol'-*-J."!l. Death-record. TreatlBeou deat 

opposed to biology, a treatise on lite, 
NECROPHO'BIA (ne-kid-ro'-be-ab]. Feur of the dead. 
NECROP'SY. Bee Neeroflcopy. 
NECROS'COPY (nC-kros'-ko-pB). Term tor examination 

WECBOSEMIOT'IC, Indicative of death. 
NECRO'SIS n#-kriy-BlB). MortlQcaUnn dI D.\Hiae. 
" iCJJOriC (oe-krot'-Ik). Pertali»lnBUiiiccTOB\R- 



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HKCROT'OUY {ne-krof-O-mei. PoBUmorU>[ii f. 

dlueoUon. Removul of product nF ik^i^fobIb, 
NEE'DLE (n«'-d]). Pointed Inetrumenl liuldiog BUtnro For 

sewing woQnda. 
NECATIVE. OlusB plate apOD which photograph la takru; 

print from eame In called u poaltive. 
NEH'ATOID. Applied to a genus of threiul vorma. Thread- 
like appearance. 
NEMATOI'DEA. See Xernalolil. 
NEOO'AL.A (nO-og'-Hl-ah). Mllk-secretlou after ninth motitti 

of prcgaanoy. 
NE'OPLASM. A growth of reuenl origin. 
NEOPLASTIC (iii'-6-plas'-tlk|. Pertalolng to a neoplum. 

Plaatle aureery ot tlNHuea, aa Bkla gralttng. 
NEPHABLEP'SIA. BUndneas from Intenite light or enow. 
NEPHli:'LIUM(oc-[c'-le-um). SeeNebula. 
NEPHRAL'GIA (Kef-ral'-je-ah). Pain In thi> kidney. 
NEPHREMORRHA'GIA. HemorrhngB of the kidney. 
NEPHRAPOS'TASIS (nor-rah-pos'-loa-lB). Itenal AtncsH. 
NEPHRAT'ONY (□Df-rat'-o-ni^l Renal debility. 
NBPHRECTOHY (nef-rek'-tA-me). Removal of (he kidney. 
HSPHRBLCCSta (□er-rel-kd'4lB). Benal ulceration. 
NEPHREL'CUSfDer-rel'-kaBl. A reoEU ulcer, 
HBPH'RIC (neP-rlk). See Bonal. 
NSPH'RINE(ncf-nn). A urinary aubaUnce. 
NEPHRITIC (aef-rlt'-llE). Pertaining to nephritis. 
HBPHRtTIB (nef-rl'-tlB). " 
HBPM'ROCELE (nef-r(>«$l). 
HEPHROQ'RAPHY (nef-rog'-Ta^re). I>C9criptlon ol the kldaeyi. 
NEPH'ROID (nef-rold). Pertaining tanrreBembllnga kidney. 
NEPH'KOLITH (ner-ra-llth). Renal Blnno. 
NEPHROLITHI'ASIS. FormaHon of nephrolith. 
MEPHROLlTHOrOMY. EioUlon of nephrolllh by renal 

inclBlon. 
NEPHROL'OGV (nef-rol'-o-je). Treatise on the kldneye. 
NEPHSOMALA'CIA, Softening of kldneya, 
NEPHROPARAL'YSlS. ParalyalB of the kldnc3-a. 
NEPHBOPYO'SIS (nof-r(S-pI-Q'-sl8|. Renal Buppuratlon. 
NEPHROR'RHAPHY (nef-ror'-a-fe). Suture of the kidney. 
HEPKROT'OMY [nef-rot'.^ioe). Incision of kidney. 
HEPHROZY'MOSK (ner-ro-jU'-inflB). A urinary ferraent. 
MKR'OLI (ner'-6-li|. Oil of orange-flowera. 

JfSKVB(olFrX Thread-IIko Btructare throughout the body, 
atSraalatlog addon and by whluh aenBaUoii is eoDveyod t< 
the brain 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. IW 

NBRVE'-CELLS. Various cells Itirouglioot nervauB system. 
NBRVE-COR'PUSCL.ES. Bee Nerve-cells. 
NSRVE- STRETCHING. Operation for npurQlgia, 
NSR'VIN& (ner'-vlii|. Sedutlve to Lbe ncrveB; medlclae ror 

NER'VDUS (□er'-vns). PertalDlnE to the oerves. 
HSR'VOUSNESa. BlaleuC excitement of Itie nerrea. 
NETTLE. UrlnaryBllmulanl: aslrlngenl. 
NETTLE-RASH. Bee Urticaria. 

NBURADYNA'MIA (nu-rsb-dl-ns'-me-ab). Pee Nearastbenlu. 
NEU'RAL {nfl'-ralj. PerUlnlng to the nerres. 
NEU'RALAX.B. Tbe spinal cord. 
NRURAL'GIA (nQ-ral'-Je-ah). Piiln In nerves. 
HEURAL'GIC (nO-ral'-JIk). PerWlnlng to neuralgia. 
NEURASTHE'NlA[iiti-ras-tb6'-n&«b). Debility of tbenervou* 

sysleni. 
NEURAT'ROPHY inO-rut'-rO-le). Neural ntropliy. 
NEURECTASIS (nO-rek'-tas-lsl- See Nerve-stretcblng. 
NEURECTOHV <nti-rek'-t^iue). Kcmoval of a nerve or ^r- 

Don Iboreof. 
NEURECTO'PIA (na-rek-t^-pe-ab]. Malposition or dlalucnUon 



KBURILEM'MA <nfiTl|.em'-ah). Very deliwla 

HEURILEUHITIS (DQ-rll-em-l'-tls). InflommaLloD of a i 

rtlemmo. 
HEURlLITY (nQ-rir-IM). Motive power of n err e-sy item. 
HEU'RIN (na'-rln). Albuminoid of DerveK:elIa. 
NEU'RINE (nO'Tln). A ptomaioB of putrtfucllon. 
HEURITIC (nCl-rit'-lli). Porulnlni; to neuritis. 
NEURITIS (nQ-ri'llB), Inflammation of a nerve. 
NEO'ROCVTE(n(l'.r6^i1). A nerve-cell. 
NEURODEAL'OIA (nu-rfrde-al'-Je-ab). Retinal neuralelo. 
NEURODYNA'MIA{uQ-r(V<II-nfl'-me-ah). Vitality of the nor 
NEURODVN'IA (nQ-riMlln'^^hl. Bee Neurblgla. 
NEUROQ'ENY (nfl-n>j'-«-ne). Nerve formation, 
NEUROCLIA |nfl-rog'-le.ah). Vary delluata flbroua subati 

ahout spinal cord. 
NEUROG'RAPHYInO-rog'-ro-fe). Description oflhenervi 
NEUROKER'ATlN {nfl-ro-ker'-a-tla), t:tt\A\Tv wta'^tB.V 




V-CEI,LS. Tartooa aiaxb 
B-COR'PUSCL<ES. ^fe 
B-STRETCMINO. 
riNE (nor'-v 



tOUS (ner'-vaa). 
roUSNES.-i. SUMol, 
XE. Urinary BlimBlui 
rLE-RASH. SeeUitiae 
lADYNA'HtA (DO-mb-S' 
HAL (nfl'-rall. ftflMa^ 

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HKUROL'OOIST (DQ-rol'-A-Jist). A nerve BpeclallBt. 
HEUROL-'OGY (oa-rol'-a-Je). TreatUe on the nei-vong eyi 
NEURO'UA. Tumor or the nervER. Nerve fibroma. 
HEUROMALA'CIA (nfi-nymal-A'-^e-ah). Morbid aofleii 

the oerveH. 
HBURO'MATOUS <DQ-r(y-mat-UB|. PertalDlogtoorrcaeir 

voualy disposed peraonfi. 
NEUROMYELITIS (iia-r6-ml-eM'-tls). Medullary Inlla 

tlon of the perves. 
HSU'RON (nQ'-ron). A nerve. 

NEURON YX1S(DQ-rA-nlkH'-lB]. FerlbratlOD ofansrvc. 
NEUROPATHIC (nO-rfl-path'-lk). pertaining to nenrope 
NEUROPATHOL.'OOYfnQ-nVpath'Ol'-fr-je.). Sclenoeof ue 

dlacnaca. 

IB disease. 

. Holenoe relating Ic 

properties of nerves. 
HEUROR'RHAPHY (nQ-ror'-*-re). Nerve ButortoK. 
MEURO- RETINITIS (oQ-rO-reMn-I'-tlaJ. HlmultaneouB li 

ffisllon o( retina and optia nerve. 
HEURO'318 (ntl-ru'.alB). DIseaBO alTWiUns the nervous ay 
NEUltOSPASH (nu'-rcS-J:paim). Spasm at a, nerve. 
NEUROSTME'NIA (uO-ri>Btlifl'-ne-ab). Condition In whk'li 

there la a Huporfluoua amount of nerve atrength. 
NEUROT'lC (nil-rot'-lkl. Pertaining to the nervoun syatcm. 
NEUROTICA (iin-rot'-lk-ab). Ree Neurosla. 
NEU'ROTOMB (na'-rO-ianil. Instrnraent for ncurntoniy. 
NEUROT'OMY (na-rot'4-m£). Dlsaeclion nr Inrlflloii of 

NEUTRAL (mV-1 nil). Applied lo naluvritli neither arid n 

alkaline chanicterlBtli^a. 
NEUTRALIZE {tlO'-trH 1-1 ii]. To uiunteriwt or render a dr 

Inoperfttlvp. 
NEUTRALIZATION infi-tral-i-za'-Bh II 11). TU.i pr-wiwt i>r B( 

trallzlJig. 
NEUTRAL MIXTURE. Mixture of oltnif- of polussllim. 
NEVOID (uiy- void).' Resembling a nevuH. 
HS'VOSB (iie'-vuB). Having a nevua. 
MB'VUS. Onngc-nllalblnlFihspntODBklii. 
NEW-BORN. lufant Just born. 
FlBW.FOIfMA-TlOn See NeoplaBln. 
rtlCK-BL (iilk'-li. I'eed In neuroaea. 13si>il liiv maMlMic Inati 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. ISX 

NICCXTIANIN (nik-d'HBhe-an-ln). Distillation product of am 
inAislon of tobacco. 

MIC'OTIN (nIk'-6-Un). A highly fiatal alkaloid derived from 
tobacco. 

NICOTINISM (nik'H>t-in-hun). Poisoning from gradual ab- 
sorption of nicotine. 

NICTITAmON (nik-Utrft'-Bhun). Winking. 

NI'DOROUS. Having a putrid odor. 

NI'DUS. A nest. Common point of infection. 

NIQHT'-BLINDNESS. Hemeralopia; blindness afn^Ung 
patient at night. 

NIQHT'.MARE. Sleep disturbed by MghtAil dreamn. 

NIOHT'-SWEAT (swet). Abnormal sweating of phthisical 
patients during slumber. 

NIQHT'.SOIL. Rectal dischai^es. 

NIQHT'-TERRORS. Aggravated form of nightmare applying 
particularly to a child. 

NIPHABLBP^IA (ntf-ab-lep'-se-ah). See Nephablepsia. 

NIP'PLB. Cone-shaped center of mammary gland, by which 
child nurses. 

NIP^LE-SHIBLD. Protective covering for nipple. 

NIT. Term used by the laity for a certain insect larva. 

NirrRATE (nr-trftt). Salt ofnitric acid and a base. 

NI^BR (nl'-ter). Nitrate of potassium ; saltpeter. 

NX'TRIC (nr-trik). Pertaining to niter. 

NITRIC ACID. A highly caustic poison ; aqua fortin. 

NITRIPICAmON. Production of nitrates and nitrites from 
organic dissolution. 

NinrRITB (ni'-trlt). Salt of nitrous acid and a base. 

NITROGEN (nV-trd-Jen). A gas present in the atmosphere, 
four parts out of five of which it represents. 

NITROOLY'CERINE (ni-tro-glis'-er-in). A dangerous poison 
used to advantage in renal diseases ; highly explosive. 

NITRO-MURIAT'IC ACID. Compound of nitric and hydro- 
chloric acids. 

NITROUS ACID. An uncertain acid. 

NITROUS OX'IDE. An anesthetic largely used in dentistry. 

NOCTAMBULATION. Somnambulism. 

NOCTUR'NAL (uok-ter'-nal>. Pertaining to the night. 

NOCTUR'NAL BLIND'NESS. 8ee Nightrblindness. 

NOCTUR'NALr BMIS'SION. Seminal ejaculation during las- 
civious dreams. 

NODE (ndd). Hard, inflamed lump situated on a. b<ycw&. 

NODOSE' (n5-ddsO. Having nodes. 

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OAOIIUM (OA'-re-am). Ovury. 

OAK'UM. Tarred hemp flDrL-s. 

OAT'MBAL. Grnun(loaU<, furnlBliingB nuUitlmiit KnieL. 

OBDORMITION. Local Inseoalblllty. 

OBESK' (0-bf>a1. FbL alatE'. 

OBESITY (6-bes'-fl-i>). FHtly; curpuleol; porUj-. 

OBITUARY (fl-blt'-fl-*-re). Publlcntlon of death. 

OBI.IQUB' (ob-lek'). Applied to h Hue slanting betweeu l' 

«". 
OBLITBRA'TION (ob-]lt^r4'4hun). To wipe oi 
OBLONOA'TA (ob-lnng-gil'-tBliJ. See Medulla, O 
OBSERVA'TION liib-xei^vu'^hun). iDieBtlgaUon. 
QBSTBTRIC'IAN (nl>«teI-rlBb'-un). Oaif versed In obatelrlo 
OBSTET'BICAL lolhfllet'-rt-kulj. PerUi>nlngloob«telriCB. 
OBBTET'RICS |ob-«let'-rtkBl. The Kcleniidi! iiltemliiii U> prog- 

OBSTIPATION. See CoQHtlpiitlDU. 

OBSTRUCTION (ot>«truk'-Bbuii). L'lng^UiBup nr u )>H»iaKe in 

Ibe body. 
OB'STRUENT (ob'-Htru-ent). See AB(rliis>'nI. 
OBTUNTIENT. Agent subduing lullummHliuii. 
OBTURATOR (ob'-tQ-ri-lor). Applied to uiiythlns wlilcl. 

clOBeB an orlBce. 
OCCIP'ITAL (nk-Blp -It«lJ. Pertalaliig Lo the occiput. 
OCCIPUT (okn'-l-pilt). PoBlertor portion of the head. 
OCCt.U'SlON (ok-kla'-ahau|. ClotlnK or Btnpplng up of a .-uiiat. 
OCCULT. liivlBlble; undetected. 
O^HEUS IS'-hC'-UH). HeeBcrotum. 
OCHLE'BISlok-lf'^lB). OondlUon due to breathing iinpore uir 

of an lU-ventllaled room containing too tiiiviy people. 
(XCHRE (O'-ker). Yellow earthen matter, used In innnD[DiKura 



or paint. 
OCTA'RIUB (ok-U'-re-UB). A pint 

OCULAR (ak'-Q-lur). Perlalolnglo 
OCULIBT (0k'-0-llBt). Aneyespeel 






^ O. D. Bight eye, derived from oou 
HOOOWT-AL'OM (rt-don-lal'-Je-ali). 



DICTIONARY OK TO-DAY. ISS 

ODONTAL'OIC (fWlon-tal'-JlIc). rertulnlns to odoDtulglB. 
ODONTI'ASIS (O-dun-tl'-tm-lB). First teeth appeBiing Ibrouglt 

ODONTIKOID (A-doD --tin-old J. Like & Uwth. 
ODONTITIS (a-don-tl'-lls). InOainraBtlon of a tootli. 
ODONTOC'LAaiS (fi-don-tok'-Ia-Bla) Broabing otT at a plecs 

or tooth. 

ODDNTODYN'IA (a-don-tS-dln'-e-ah). Spe OdontalglB. 
ODONTOO'ENY {(Wli.n-toJ'.eii-(r). PragresBlve groirlb of teeUl. 
ODONTOGRAPHY. DeBcriuUon (if llm tpelh. 
ODONTOID (u-dou'-Wld). BHineasodontlQoid. 
ODONTOLITH lO-don'-Ut-Uth). Tartar Buliutuiiet- running on 

tho tcclh wtipa neglected. 
ODONTOL'OOY (A-doa-tol''4-Je). A treatlge on the le«th. 
ODONTOL'OXY. Condition oi Having unevea teelb. 

Gangrene of tlie dental tissues. 
ODONTONOSOL'OOY. Bclence or curing denUl diseases. 
ODONTOP'ATHY (S-don-lop'-a-tlie). Diaeiwc's of the toelb. 

-lo-prt'-Bls). (Jnaahlng the teeth. 
ODONTO'SIS (rMJon-ta'-*U). See Odonlogeiiy. 
ODONTOTHER'APY. TheropeutlcBof Iho tcelh. 

((Mlon-W-lrlp'-Bl8|. Ordinary wear and lear 
the leeth. 
ODOMTRYPY. OpealDg n tool.h to clean away diseased non- 

tentB. 
O^OR. A smell. 

Oa>ORANT (e'-dor-ant). Having an odor. 
O-. 8ee^ 
(BDEMA. Sec Edema. 

OFFICINAL (ot-le'-ln-nl). Aalborlicd by pharmaufipeH. 
'L. Afottyfluld. 

L OF VITRIOL. Sulphuric acid; see vllrlol. 

L OF WINTERQREEN. Sec Oanltlierlu. 

NOMA'NIA (ol-uS-mii'-ne-ah). Craving Tor a Icmhollo drinks. 

NT'MENT A medloated oily aubstaoco having donslaleiic)- 



soil. 

Oa.EATB(d'-lfr«l). Oleic Hcld and a base. 
OLEATUM. SeeOleale. 

OLECRANAL (O-lek'-ran-al). Pcrtalulog to [he 

OLECRANARTHRITIS. luflUQimBtlon <if elbo 

OLEC'RANOID ta^lek'-rao-old). RcaeiabVlafi o 

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' OLECRANON. Beadorilieulnu: Lbe elbow. 

OLEF'IANT QA3. A coul-giuj cnastltuenl; elbfleDe. 

CLEIC ACID. Chlfif conalllUBiil of a number of fatty olli 

OXEIN (O'-l^-ln). fluid oonatltuant of oils. 

OLKOMAR'OARINE (U-&«-mar'-JPt^ln). SubsUluie for ba 
prepared (ram fat. 

tyLEUH ((y-le-am). See Oil. 

OLFACTION (ol-fak'-flbuu). (3ensu of smull. Smelling. 

OLFACTORY (ol-l>ik'-tA-re|. Pertulnlng lo the seaae of Bin. 

OLFACTORY REGION. Around (he olfiiotory oerve. 

OLIQE'MIA lul-lg^-m^ab). Ilubnormul amoant of blood Id 

OLtOOCHO'LIA (ol-lg-C-kd'-le-ab). iDBafflFient blip. 
OLIOOCHROME'MIA |ul-l«.6-kr6-miV-me-Hh). InBuraelenl b 

moglabln la red bloud-corpuKclefl. 
OLiaOCHY'LlA(ol-lg-o-kl'-le-ab>. InsQfflclFnt ubylp. 
OLIQOCHy'MIA (ol-lgH^-kl'-me.ab). Ineumclent cbyme. 
OLIOOCYTHE'MIA (ol-lg-*«l-the'-me-ah). InBafflolPnl red 

blood.«orpiuic] ea. 
OLIQOOALACTIA. InRumcIont secretion of mltta. 
OLIOOHE'MIA (ol-lg-ft-hi'-mc-ahi. Pep Oligemia. 
OLIGOMA'NIA(oMg'0-in&'-ne-ah|. Mental aberrntlniiuoaflncd 

to one topic. 
OLIOOBPBR'HIA, iDBufflclentBemeD. 
OLIGOT'ROPHY (ol-ig-ot'-rfi-fe). InBUfflclent absorption 'if 

nntrllloQB elemcotB. 
OLIGURESIS <ol-lB-tt-rc'-slH). Subnormal (low of urine. 
OLIGU'RIA. Same as ollgureslH. 
OLIVARY. ReBembllnganolivo. 
OL^VE. An Italian fruit. 

OLIVE OIL. Pally liquid espremed fl-om tho olivp. 
OLOPHO^IA. Impaired speech from abnormal rbrmallanuf 

organ of Tolcp. 
OHA'tiRA <om-A'.«rah). Onut In the sbouldcr, 
OMAL'QIA (fim-al'-Je-Bb). Hhonldcr pnln. 
OMARTMRI'TIS (dm-Brtb-ri'-tlB). Innenimatlon of aboaldei^ 

Joint. 
OHENTAL. Pertaining to the omentum. 
OHENTI'TIS (A-iaen-tl'-lIs). Inflammation of omentum. 
OUENTUM. DupllEaluro of peritoneum for visceral cnTel- 

opmcnt. 
OUfTIS (O-rol'-Us). Inflammation of Iha sboulder. 
OMNIVOROUS (om-nlv'-o-niB). Applied to aiilmiilii tbat eft* 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 187 

OMOPHA'OIA (d-md-fi'-Je-ab). Applied to the eating of un- 
cooked aliment. 
OHOPLATE (d'-m&-plftt). The acapnia. 
OM OTO'CIA (d-md-td'-se^h). See Abortion. 
OM PHALELCCSIS (om-fal-el-ko'-Ais). Umbilical suppuration. 
OMPHALIC (om-falMk). Pertaining to the nmbilicub. 
OMPHALITIS (om-fal-I'-tis). Inflammation of the umbilicus. 
OMPHAL'OCELE (om-fal'-o-fiSl). Rupture of the umbilicus. 
OM'PHALOID (om'-fal-oid). Resembling the navel. 
OMPHALON'CUS (om-fal-ong'-kus). Tumor in close proximity 

to navel. 
OMPHALOPHLEBITIS (om-fol-d-flS-bi'-tis). Inflammation of 

umbilical vein. 
OMPHALORRHA'QIA (om-fal-or-ft'-Je^h). Umbilical hem- 
orrhage. 
OMPHALORRHE'A (om-fol-or-g'-ah). Morbid exudation at 

umbilicus. 
OMPHAL'OSITE (om-fal'-dHSit). A monster which dies when 

umbilical cord is severed from the mother. 
OMPHALOT'OMY (om-fial-ot'-d-me). Surgery of umbilicus. 
OM'PHALUS (om'-fta-us). The umbilicus. 
CNANISM. Penile withdrawal Just before orgasm, during 

sexual intercourse. Masturbation. 
ONCOL'OGY (on-kol'-6-Je). Science of tumors and analogous 

growths. 
ONCOM'ETER (on-kom'-e-ter). Instrument for estimating 

volume of tumor. 
ONCO'SIS (on-kd'-sis). Tumor development. 
ONCOT'OMY (on-kot'-6-me). Surgery of a tumor, as lancing. 
ON'CUS (on'-kus). A tumor. 
ONEIRODYNIA (on-!-ro-din'-e-ah). Disturbed slumbers with 

horrible dreams. 
ONEIROG'MUS. Dreams in which there are visions of nude 

females. 
ONEIROL'OQY (on-i-ror-o-J6). Treatise on dreams. 
ONION (un'-yon). A certain vegetable with bulbous root ; a 

stimulant. 
ONTOG'ENY (on-toj'-en-e). An accurate account of progressive 

individual growth. 
ONTOL'OGY (on-tol'-o-J5). Science of character of a disease 

regardless of what it attacks. 
ONYCHAUXES (on-ik-auksMs). Abnormal growth of nails. 
ONYCHIA (on-ik'-e-ah). Inflammation of base of nail, as from 

an abscess. 
ONYCHITIS (on-ik-I'-tls). gee Onych\a. 



189 WARNER'S POCKETr MKUICVI. 

OHYCHOaRYPO'SIS[on-lk-«-^-[ia'-alB|. ODychHUiU,att«iided _ 

vlLh IngrowlnK or nail. 
ON'VCHDID (ouMk-old). Having nature of a ubII. 
ONYCHOMVCO'SIS (un-lk-d-mi-kd'-BlB). Morbid deatruutloa 

of niLll due lo paraslle. 
ONVCHON'OSUS (oti-lk-OD'-o BUB). Applied to null diMaae. 
ONYCHOPHYMA (on-lk-6-ri'-mHli). Low Htulf aC develotb 

mcnt ot tinllB, due to ByphlUlB, etc. 
ONVCHOPTO'SIS (uu-lb-op-Ld'-Bls). Dropping out uf naila. 
ONYCHOSTRO'MA (on-lk-os-trC-inab). Nall-basp. 
ON'YX (on'-lkft). Pub <(1iiger-nal1 shaped) In layers ur cornea. 
ONYX1S (on-lkH'-ls], Applied to the Ingrowing of nail. 
(yOBLAST (e'-G-blaal). Undeveloped ovule. 
Ocia'AHOUS (fl-og'-»m-iifi). Of ovular proauctluu. 
03PH0RAL'aiA(a.«-for-al'-Je-ab) Ovarian pHlns. Sw Oval 

algln. 

o5PHOKBCTOMY(l>a-n)r-ek'-ta-me). Hcmoval of ovary. 
OdPHORl'TIS (^4-(or-l'-tl8). InflamniHtlon or an ovary. 
OPACITY (6- pas'-lW). MiiK-coloreil. 
OPAQUE' (O-pHkl. Condition of opacity ; not permltUiic 

vision throogh BUbstancea havlnj; this quality. 
OPERATION (op-er-i'Hjhoo). Incision or eiclslon of any part 

Of the body. 
OPER'CULUM (S-per'-ka-luro). A lid; a covering. 
OPaRYTIB (0-m'-tl8). luflammatlon of eyebrow. 
OPH'RYON (or-rD-on). Space above tioae between eyebruwa. 
OPHRY'TIC (rt-W-tlc). Pertainlni; to the eyebrows. 
OPBTMALMAT'ROPHY [off-tbal-niat'-ra-rei. Optical atropgr. 
OPHTHALUAL'OIA (oir-thal-mal'-Je-ab^ Pain In the eye. 
OPHTHAL'HIA (orr-tbal'-me-ah). Inflammation of the aye. 

ConJunetlvlIlB. 
OPHTHAL'HIA, POTIUI-ENT. Inflammation of eye aoooni- 

panled with an exudultun of pus. 
OPHTHAL'MIC (off-thal'-mlk). Pertaining to the eye. 
OPHTHALMIT1C (off-Chal-mlt'-lkl. Pertaining to ophthal- 

OPHTHALMI'TIS (uff-lhal-ml'-tla). Bee Ophthalmia. 
OPHTHALUI'TIS, SVMPATHET'IC. Ophthalmia of one eye, 

OPHTHALMO-BLENNORRHE'A. Ophthalmia with catarrhal 
exudation. 
_ OPHTHAL'MOCELE (olT-thal'-mS-tiei). Ophthalmic hernia. 
L DPHTMALMODYN'tAloff-thal-mftKlln'-e-Hht. Pain In the eye. 

■ OPHTHAl.MOO'RAPHY |oir-lhal-mog'-rii-tf\, I>wcTivUaa of 

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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. IflO 

OPHTHAL'MOLITH (off-thai'-mo-Iith). Stone in the eye or 
the orbit. 

OPHTHALMOL'OQIST (ofr-thal-mol'-&-Ji8t). An eye specialist. 

OPHTHALMOL'OGY. Tjreatise on the eye. 

OPHTHALMOMALA'CIA (ofr-thal-mo-mal-&'HBe-ah). Soarninsr 
of the eyeball. 

OPHTHALMOM'ETER (off-thal-mom'-e-ter). Instrament for 
measuring eyeball. 

OPHTHALMOPLASrTY (ofT-thal-mo-plas'-te). Plastic surgory 
of the eye. 

OPHTHALMOPLE'GIA (off-thal-mo-pl^-Je-ah). Paralysis of 
muscles of eye. 

OPHTHALMOPTO^IS. Protrusion of eyeball without the 
orbit. 

OPHTHALMORRHA'QIA (ofr-thal-mol^&'-Je-ah). Ophthalmic 
hemorrhage. 

OPHTHALMORRHE'A (off-thal-mor^-ah). Bloody ophthal- 
mic exudation. 

OPHTHALMORRHEXaS (off-thal-mor-eksMs). Ophthalmic 
hernia. 

OPHTHALiyiGS (off-thal'-mos). The eye. 

OPHTHAL'MOSCOPE. Instrument used to detect irregulari- 
ties in the eye. 

OPHTHALMOS'COPY. The using of the ophthalmoscope. 

OPHTHALMOSrrASIS (oflT-thal-mos'-tas-is). Keeping the eye 
in one position during examination or surgery of eye. 

OPHTHAL'MOSTAT (ofr-thal'-mos-tat). Instrument used to 
keep eye in one position during operation. 

OPHTHALMOT'OMY. Surgery of the eye. 

OPHTHALMOZO'A. Ophthalmic parasites. 

(yPIANIN (d'-pl-an-in). Narcotic obtained from opium. 

CXPIATE (d'-pi-ftt). A compound containing opium, having 
narcotic properties. 

OPISTHOT'ONOID (6-pis-thot'-on-oid). Pertaining to or having 
nature of opisthotonos. 

OPISTHOT'ONOS (o-pis-thot'-on-os). Severe spasm with back- 
ward bending of body. 

(XPIUM (6-pi'-um). Exudation of poppy containing from 9 to 
14 per cent, of morphine ; soporific and narcotic. 

OPODID'YMUS. Double-faced double monster. 

OPODEL'DOC (op-6-del'-dok). A thick liniment of soap, cam- 
phor, ammonia, etc. 

OPPILA'TION (op-il-a'-shun). Clogging v\v> ot c. <i«*N\.\.-^ . 

OPa>JI^A TJ VES (op'-i I-Mi vs). Agenta vrVvKcXv «»\«v \v^ ^J^^v xyot^fe^. 

OPP<yNBN8 Cop-o'-nenz) . AppUed to oppc«\W<ivv . 



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-abj. lutenBB longing for oertAln J 

OP^lC. Pertalnlna lo the eye or vision. 

OPTICAL. Hqb Optic. 

OP'TIC ARTERIL S. SniHll artflrles of Uie eye. 

OPTOGRAM. Hetlnal Image. 

O'RAl. (CtbI). PertalnlDft to the month. 

OR'ANOE (or'-anj). Delkloua ft-ult rurnlshing a 

ORBICULAR (or-blb'-Q. 
ORBICUI-A'RIS (OT-blk 

orbloalar muBcles. 
OR'BIT. Bocket receiving eyeball. 
OR'BITAL. Pertalnlnslotheorblt. 
ORCHElTI3(or-kl'-IlB). SeeOrcbltlB. 
OR'CHEOCEl.E (or-k(~4<el]. Herulaofsc 
OR'CHKOPI-ASTY. RecunstrnollTB scrotal surgery. 
ORCHIAL'CIA |or-k«-al'-Je-al]). Pain In thetcellcle. 
ORCHIDECTOMV |or-k1d-ek'-to-nie). ExcIbIoq of teaUslea. 
ORCHID'OCEI,Klor-kld'.6-Bi:'l). Tumorof the toatlolo. 
ORCHlD0DYN'lA(cjr-kld-d6-dln'-©-ah). Bee Orchialgia. 
ORCHIDON'CUS (o^-bld^ln(c'-buH), Barao as orehldooelB. 
ORCHIDOT'OMY (or-kld-ot'4-ine). Banie as orchldeolomy. 
OR'CHIOCELS (or'.kf-ir^i'l). Turoor or hernia ot teaUele. 
ORCKIODVN'IA (or-kM.dln'*-ah). Same ax orohldodynls. 
ORCHIOSCIR'RHUS. Indurated scrotal tumor. 
ORCHITIS (or-ki'-lU). loflamroallOD of IcRtlcle. 
ORCHOT'OMY (or.kol'.a-me), Caatrallon; oroliideotoniy. 
OR'OER. Agrou|>; agenuB. 
OR'QAN. An animal part having sn Independent AincUon, a. 

ORQAN'IC (or.gan'-lk). Pertaining lo an organ. 
OR'QANISU (or'-gan-izml. A coruplete organic Btructure. 
ORQANIZA'TION (or-gall-l-Eil'-shun). Organic arrangemenl. 
OROANOGEN'ESIS. ProgreHBlve organic growlh. 
ORQANOG'RAPHY. Description uf organs. 
DR'QASM (or''«Bzm). Semlaal ejaculation during eoltna d 

mHsturbatiun. 
ORIENTAL.. Easlcrn. 

ORIENTAL DISEAS'ES. AlTectlonaor Asia, India, etc 
OR1PICE (or'-if-ls). Opening or llpa of a cavity. 
Olt^OIN (or'-Ula). Cause of growth or developmeat. 
tttlTHOI.'oaY. Science of birds, 

IMtKMT. iftitlvB trlaulphlde of b.tbbdIc. 



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ORTHQPE'DIC. PertnlDlng to cure or malformBUulix. 
ORTHOPE'DIST lor-th6-i>S'-^!st). Orlhopedlo surgeon, 
ORTHOPNE'A (oMbop-De'-Bli). DyspDea In wlileh the paUcal 

' innalJlelo breath while in Hrecllolnsposlllon. 
ORTH'OSCOPE (orth'-o-efefip). An Instrninent to eiamlns 

Domeai it la placed Id poaltlou and UlEed with water to 

oflbct rcrrocliOQ of coruta 
ORTHOSCOP'IC (or-lhO^ltop'-lkl. Ptrtalnlng U) orthijgcopy. 
ORTHOS'COPV. UieortlieDrthoBcape. 
OBTHOT'ONOUa. Hp .am with rlglttltj of baay. 
ORV'ZA (O-rt'-zalU. Rice. 
OS. The moutb. A bone. 
OS^HEAI^ PerUlnlnelotbeBcratum. 
OSCHEOCELE (oB'-ke-inS I). Hernia of Borotum. 
OS'CHEDLITH (oa'-ke-D-lltb). Bloneln the Borotum. 
OSCHEON'CUS (oe-k^-on'-kus). Si^rotal awelUnK. 
OS'CHEOPl.ASTY {oa'-k6-o-pla«-le). Reeoimlruotlvo sunparj 

OSCHI'TIS (OB-kl'-tis). Horolsl Inaeminatlon. 
OSCILLATION (oa-ll-a'-Bhiin). Rapid moving to and ten. 
OSCITAn-IOK (oH-it-i'-BbuD). VawnlDE; opening the monlh 

very wide and KlvlDsdeepalgh. 
09CULAT10N (on-ka-la'-ahun). The act of two peraouB lonch- 

Ing and contracting tbelr 11 pa ; klaalng. 
OS'CULUM (OB'-kCl-lum). Opening of a Teaael. 
03 MAG'NUM. Large bone or the wrist. 
03'MIC ACID. Used to prepare subjeota for mloroaoopleal 

ezamlnatlub. 
OSMIDRO'SIS. Perapirallon having a foul odor. 
OSMODYSPHO'RIA (os-m6-dla-fry-re-abJ. Condltloti In wblah 

certuln odors are highly repulsive. 
OSMOM'ETER (os-mon:i''«-ler). An Inalrumcnt to maaBiin 



OSMO'SIS, Llqaldslmpelledtbrougbm 
OSMOT'IC (oa-mot'-lk). Pertaining to osmuala. 
OSPHRESIOL'OOY. Rdentlflc treatlae on odors 
OSPHVAL'OIA (oB-d-al'-Jo-abJ. Lnmbar neunilg 

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OSSIO^LA (OB-Ih'-il-iBb). OMlcles of ear. 

OSaiCUL^UM (oa-lk'-O-lutn). SeeOBslole. 

OSSIF'EROUS (ofl-ir-er.UB). Ben OsBlflo. 

OaainC (oB-lr-ik). ProllHo of bone growth. 

OSSIFICATION (oe-al-Q-k&'-Bhan}. TmnBfortn&ihiM Inlo bnn 

oaTAL'GIA {oa-lal'-Je-ofi). Pain to a Imoe. 

OSTSAL'GIA (oa-te-al'-Je-nh). Sea OaUlgla. 

OSTEITIS (oa-l^i'-tlB). InllammHtlon oC bon.^. 

OST£U'BRY0N. Bee LItbopedloD. 

OSTEM PYE'SIS (oct-em-pi-o'-sls). FuB rorinH!i..n In » bone. 

05TE0- ARTHRITIS. Chronlo rbeiimalUia of a Joint. 

OSTEOBLAST I oa'-l&*blQ.'t|. PrlmlllvebonL- cell. 

OSTEOCAMP^IA (uB-t<i-6-hBiiip'-«e-ab). Oseeous bending. 

OBTEOCELE. Ohsbouh appearanoe or contents of aaa In he 

03TEOCLA'SIA(o»-t5-S-kla'-se-ali). I'slngtlie osteoclaaL 
OS'TEOCl.AaT. An InBtrnmen t for fraelurlng « l«nB. 
03TE0C0PE (oa'-te-o-kop). OxseouA neuralgia. 
OSTEOCOP'IC Pertaining to oateooope. 

OSTRODVN'IA (os-t^^Hllo'-e-ab). Pain In a. bout: 
OBTEOCEWESIS (O8-te-0-Jen-&*ls). Bone prodnctlon. 
OSTBOCENY. Sec UBteoeanesU. 
OBTEOO'RAPIIY (OB-l^-og'-ra-re). Ilescrlptlon o( Umea an 

their arransemenl. 
OSTEOID (oB'-to-oldJ. Resembling a bone. 
O&TEOL'OGY (os-t£-ol'-o-Je). BclanUtlc treatise on bone. 
03TEOL'VSI3(OB-l*-ol'-l»-la,. UlsBOlutlon of bono. 
OSTEOOtlA |oH-lti-6'-niah). A tumor of bony maUer. 
OSTEOMALA'CIA (os-l«-fl-mal-a'-8e-ah). Boflenlng of bone. 
OBTEOMAT'OUS. FertainlnR to or reumbline an OBteoma. 
OSTEO MYELITIS (os-t»H5-m1-el-l'-tlBl. Medullary Infli 

tionof bone. 
OSTEOMY'ELUM. Bone marrow. 
OSTEONABTiOaiS. Wasting away ,.t bun?. 
OSTEONAQEN ESlS (os-lf-on^-en'-ta-la). Hoconiitrnpl 

Tclopmcnt of bono. 
OBTEON'CUS (oB-tS-on'-kQB). External osseouB itrowtli. 

OSTEONECBD'SIS (oB-tS-S-ne-kril'^ilfl]. Death of bony tl 
OSTECN'OSUS (os-lf-on'-o-sus). Bone disenap. 
■I OSTEOPE'DION los-tC-iVpfi'-do-on). Unborn OBSinod fi'U 
Ba OSTEOP'ATHV (oH-W-op'-B^the). Dlseusea of llie bone. 
K OSTEOPHVMA (09-te^n'-nia.h). Beo Osteon nn 



OSTEOPLAQUB (oe'-ltfl-plak). A Itiln Pheet "f Uoii.-. 
OSTEOPLAST. PrlralUvo bone cell; aeo UsteiibliiBt. 
OSTEOPLASTY (oe'-te-6-plBB-te). RoconBtructlVD surgpry 

OSTEOR'RAPHV (cw-U>-or'-B-fe). Sulnring h hnnp. 
OSTBOSARCO'MA. Oatiioinntoiia anrcomit. 
OSTEOSCLEROSIS |OB-lu-0-«k]i'-rO'-aig). lufluntniuLluii 

bono Willi BubBpqllent burdening of samt'. 
OSTEOSTEATO'MA (■»-W-A*M-ftWi'-mah). Adipow 1 

08TE0T0UE (oa'-U-6-Utin). An inHtrnmont for iUhki'i-tI 

OSTEOT'OMY (oa-U-ot'-6-me). tlslug Ihfi «Uhitnin(.. 
OaTKOTRITE (oB'-tfr«-trtt). Inslmment f.>r i-nltlii:; ti 

dreeneriited bone tissue. 
OSTITIS (oa-U'-Us). luflatnmatlon of » bouf. 
OSTIUM (M'-te-uni). Opcnlngof acanal. 
OSTOID. Il«iiembtlng a hone. 

OS UTERI {oB Q'-lcr-I), Marglnnl openlne nf uterus. 
OTAL'OIA (6-tAl--Je-ub). Pain In Ibe car; car-nt^be. 
OTAPKONE. An arrangemenC for InteiuliyingHouii'l l 

Impaired BOnso of beariDg. 
OTHELCO'SIB (O-tbel-kO'-BlB). UlocrouB inllamuiutUMi •.! 

OTHEUATO'MA(fit-blSmah'IO'-mab). Bloody dopuBitlii lb( 
OTIATRICS (fi-U-«t'-rlka). Bclenee of I ho ears. 
OTICIO-tlk}. PerltLlnlngtotbecBr;B(^oAarHl. 
OTICODIN1A (c)-U-kO-dlll'■^^Bh^ Fainting and deafiirM 



tram tliG ear. 
OTOCATARRH' 16-ia-kal-arO. Aural oalarrh. 
OTOCLEl'SIS (fl-ta-kll'-flla). Ocolualon of canal of bbi 
OTOCO'NIA (A-tO-kA'-nc-ab). Stony depoBi tin ear. 
OTODYN'IA ^t-ti^-dln'-^-ah). Palnin thecar. 
OTOQ-BAPHY (O-tog'-ra-fe). Description of tbo ear. 
OTOLITHS. Small Btone> In the car. 
OTOL'OQY (A-tol'-^Je). Sclcnimc treatise on tha ear. 
OTOHY'CBS io-ta-my-aSx). Applied lo Internal anral 
OTOMYCO'SIS. Applied to aural fungus in ou(«r eai 
' OTON'CUS (un-loQg'-kiis). Tumor of tbo ear. 
OTOP'ATHY (O-top'-Ji-the). UlBeaHeof theeiw. 
OTOPHONE ((V-ta-ran). An Inslrumenl n%ei \iv \ 
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O' roPLASTY. Opcnillon rpitorlns nuter par. 
0T0PYOHRHE'Ai,-,-i.-,-pi-or-t:'-Kli), Exudation oCp 
OTOPVO'SIS. See Otopyorrbea. 
DTORRHA'aiA("-tiir-n'-Jfr«h). HemorrbBSO hi 
OTORRHE'A (iVIOr-c'-nli). .turnl dlscAargi^. 
OTOSCOPS <0'.t<V&k5].j. InaLrumant used bi loveiilljTate the 

ear, tol^pTD 1t«c<itidltliiii. 
OTOT-OMY (d-lof-O-me). Iiiolaloii of the ear. 
OULin'IS (oo-li'-lI^X InfliimmalloiiQftheguuiP. 
0U1.0U) (cMy-luId). nuvliig appearanpo of a uJRBtrli. 
OULORRHA'GIA (oo-liir-u'-Jo-ali|. UluglvaL liemorrhaae. 
OUNCE. ElghtdrBcliniN. 
OUROL.'OOY (oo-rol'->Je). »t>f ITrlnology, 
OU'ROSCOPE (oo'-roB-«knp). Apparatus for detaotlns Imptul- 

tlealaurliiE. 
OOROS'COPY. Using of iioroBUope. 
OVA, SeeOviim. 
OVAI.. BeftcrabllnBtihupe at egg. 
OVALBU'HEN. EgK-albDiufii. 
OVARAL'QIA («-var-nr-Je-ah). Pain I 
OVA'RIAL. Bee Ovarian. 
OVABECTOMV. See OvaripcWmj- . 



OVA'Rl 



OVARl 






:IAN {^vl'-n-an). PertalnlDg 
:iECTOUY (fi-var-e«k -tO-ine). Removal < 
IIOCELS (<>-vA'-rC--A-Bfl). Ovarian hernia. 
llOCYE'Sia, Ovarian pregnancy. 
tlOCSNTB'SIS (fi-vBprl-fraen-ie'^lBl. Ovarl 
lOTOMY (a-vi-ro-ol'-«-me). Rerai 
iviiry. 




OVARITIS (O-vS-rl'-tlB). OvaHan Influnimatlon. 

OVARY. PetuHlo organ or generation, Heuretlng Ibe ovnle* 

befbre fecundation. 
OVEN (nv'-an). BoiUke airiingoment for heating parpoaei. 
OVIDUCT (u'-ve-dukl!. Cauat by ineaaa or wblob the ovk 

leaveatbeavury ; Falloplim tiilw. 
OVIFICATION (a-vir-lk-A'-Ehun). Formation of ova. 
OTHFORM (fl'-vl-ftlrm). Havlngshapaiif an egR. 
OVINA'TION (fiv-iu-;V'«huii). Inooculatlon wHb virus obtained 

from iheep alli!cted with pox. 
OVIP-ARtJa. Applied to animals iHylngPSBS- 
OVULA(a'-vQ-hi). HeeOvum. 
OVULAR (ov'-G-l or). Pertaining lu the ovum. 
OVULATION (frvil-lll'-fllinH). Ovular rurmallun and di«)[iMB«- 
OVVLB fO'-vli]), Ovum btton.- feeundaUoM. 
ipVl/LUU. ere Ovum. 



DICTIONAIIV UF Tl)-D.VV. IW 

O^UM (a'-vuni). FeB-Cfll wlileh fecandates upon tontactwHEi 

BemcudDrliiKi.-uUuB. 
OX'AL-ATE (utc8'-al-$lj. RalborusalioacJdiuid a base. 
OXALE'MIA. Abnormnl umuuiitor osalloHcia In Mic blood. 
OXALIC ACID. Toxic derivative of autloa of oUric aold <,a 

OXALU'RIA (ok»-a]-il''re-aIi). Urine impresnated wllh oialalfl 

OZlDA'T10N<oks-l.dii'-Hhun). ProceKa of tumlnglntoao oxide. 
OX'IDB (ox'4dJ. A L-ompound of Ivcu partA, one ol wbioh U 

oxygen. 
OXYCEPHAT.IA. MonHler n-lth oblong head, somewhat re- 

lembllnganegB. 
OXYESTHE'SIA ((iks-f-ec-lbt'-ze-ab]. Abnormal tactile per- 

cepLlblllty. 
IIX-YQEN (0bB'-«-Jcn). Ohb in tlio atmosphere esBenClal lo life; 

OXYOENATIOH (obB*Jen^'*bun). ProoBsa of ImpregDoUDC 

L Bobstance wUU oxygen. 
OX'YUEI, (obB«.melJ. Applied ti> several carapoundi In 
which honey in the chief ooDBtltnenti honey and aoetio 

OXYO'PIA. UnunuHl perceptibility of slghu 

OXVPHON'IA (oks-e-fiy-no-ah). Unusual liarshneM and pierc- 
ing state of voice. 

OXYTOCIC (okB.e-los'-lk). An agent contracting uterus for 
fetal expolBlon. 

OZYU'Ria VERMICULCSIS. Rectal nematold worm. 

OZETIA. OCr^DslTe exudation from noae due to amall ulcen. 

O'ZONS iHf-aAa), A valaable anUsepUo. Potent oildlitm 



P. 



PAB'ULUM. HeeA 

PACHE'UIA (pab-«'-nie-Bb). Thickened sUite of the blood. 
' PACHYBLEPH'ARONCpak-ebler-or-on). Palpebral tblokneu 
and induration. 

PACHYCEPHALIC. Perulalng to pachycephalus. 

PACHYCEPH'ALUS. Thick Bkulleil. 
. PACHyDER'MATOCEI,B, Tumor due tohypertrophyotskln. 

PACHYDER'MATOUS (pHk-Q-der'-mat-usi. Pertaining to or 
-esembllng pachydermia. 

PACHYDER'MIA (pak-eHler'-mi9-iih|. Thick., \\ia.'aT«.\A& <,V».'u!> 

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PACHVLO'SIS (pak-e-KC-Bli). Abnormal rrowlh c 

trophy of outer shlD. 
FACHYUENINOI'TIS (pak-p-men-ln-Jl'-Us;. Iiinami 

dura laatBT. 
PACKING {paK'-lns). Wrapping a patient In wet oli 
PAD. A bolster or i!UBlilDO. 
PX.. S.!ePc-, 
PAGENSTECH'ER'S OINT'MENT. Mixture' ••! vai« 

yellow oildootniercury, 
FACET'S DISEASE'. CuncorouH dlxease oC (lie brea 
PAIN (pan). An abnormal sGnsatlun triuiRiiiltle^ 



PAL'ATS. Upper wa.ll ot moulh. 

PAI/ATE, SOFT, roslerlorojitramlly 

PAL'ATINB (pal'-aHn). Pcrtiiliiliig to 

PALAT1TI3 (pal-at-I'-tlB). luflamraatl 

PALATOOLOS'SAL (pal-al-d-glos'-al). Hiivlng refer«DOe in 

FALAT0GNATHU3(pal-al-og-iiil'-thBa). Pulatino Dsanre. 
PALATOR'HAPHY (paJ.at-or'-B-fej. Joining margins of a p 

atlne flesure. 
PAIJlTOS'CHISIS (pal-atHW'-ms-lK). Dlvlalon or patale. 
PALE(pill). WhltUh complexion duo In siokllwlB. 
PALI NDR Old I A. Relapqe; aecoiid onHlaugbt of a dlReaae. 
PAI.1.1AT1VE (pnl'-l-ii-Uv). Agent affording temporary relleC 
PAL'LOR. UnheallbyoolorleaBioniploxlon. 
PALU. The Bide of the hand upon which tbe Qngera fold. 
PAt/UAR. Pertalningtc 
PALMA'RIS. Applied to 
PALMA'RIS MAO'NUB. Muscle of fu 
PAL 'MATURE. Flugera joined by * 

niotof duck. 
PAL'HIPED. ': 

PAL'PABLE (pal'-pa-bl). Eaalty dlBceriilblo. 
PALPATION (pal-p4'-shun). Sounding with the Hand, u 

a lung cavity. 
FAL/PEBRA. The eyelid. 

PALPE'BRAL (pal-pfi'-bral). Fertalnlns to the patpebne. 
PAL'PITATE (pal'-pltHtt). Abnormally rapid pulBStlon ai 

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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 197 

PAL>'UDAL. Relating to swamps. 

PALnLJDAL PB'VER. See Malaria. 

PAI#US^RAI«. Resembling malaria. 

PAMPIN'IPORM (pam-pin'-a-Iorm). Resembling a tendril. 

PAN-. Prefix signifying all. 

PANACB'A (pan-as-e'-ab). A universal remedy ; used for any 

disease. 
PANA'DO (pan-fi'-do). Wet crumbled bread of musb-like con- 
sistency. 
PANARTHRITIS. Inflammation of all tbe Joints. 
PAN'AX. Demulcent root of China. 
PAN'CRBAS. Gland at posterior wall of stomach. 
PANCRBATAI^'GIA. Pain in the pancreatic gland. 
PANCREATECTOMY. Removal of pancreatic gland. 
PANCRBAT'IC. Pertaining to pancreas. 
PAN'CREATIN (pan'-kr&«-tin ). Secretion of pancreatic gland ; 

digests fats and oils. 
PANCRBATI'TIS (pan-kre-at-V-tis). Inflammation of pancreas. 
PANCRBAT'OMY (pan-kre-at'-d-m^). Incision of pancreatic 

gland. 
PANCRBATON'CUS. Tumor of pancreatic gland. 
PANCRBATOT'OMY. Incision of pancreatic gland. 
PANCRBSC'TOMY (pan-kre-ek'-td-mg). Removal of pancreatic 

gland. 
PANDEMIC. Epidemic involving the population of a very 

large area. 
PANDICULA'TION (pan-dic-u-l&'-shun). See O^citaUon. 
PANQ. A rapid piercing pain. 

PANIDRO'SIS (pan-id-rG'Hiis>. Complete perspiration. 
PANNBURl'TIS (pan-nu-ri'-tis). General inflammation of the 

nerves. 
PANNICULUS. Thin membranous sheet. 
PAN'NUS. Pelical covering cornea. 
PANOPHO^IA (pan-d-fo'-be-ah). Undefined fear and suspicion 

of everything. 
PANOPHTHAL'MIA. See Panopthalmitis. 
PANOPHTHAI^MITIS (pan-ofT-thal-ml'-tis). Complete infiam- 

mation of eye-ball. 
PANOTl'TIS (pan-6-tI'-ti8). Infiammation involving entire 

ear. 
PANPH013IA (pan-fd'-b^-ah). See Panophobia. 
PANSPBR'MIA (pan-sper'-me-ah). Doctrine that bacteria are 

in every portion of the globe. 
PANSPBRltflSM. See Panspermia. 
PANTAMORPHIC (pan-ta-morP-\kV Comp\ftV.e\>r Oieitci^^'^^* 



f 



ins WARKEB'S POCKET MBUICAL 

PANTANENCEPH'ALUS. A monBter vlthout ftDf brain 

PANTATRO'PHIA (pan-Ut-rO'-fe^H)- Atropb}' IdtdIvJuk Uii 

entire Bj-slcm. 
PAP'AlN. Product of papaw Juloe; a Holvenl, of albamln, 
PAPA-VBRIpil-vfi'-ver). Poppy, 

PA'PAW <pBw'-paw|. Fruit ci[ tropical plant; lee Papain. 
PAPlLtA (pap-ll'-ali). Nlpple-sbaped prominence,! 

FAP'lLI.ARy. RclHt«d to the papUlce. 
PAPIL'LIPORM. IloBembllDg pupil lee. Optic disc. 
PAP1I.I.ITI3 Ipap-ll-i'-tix). IiitlammaUoti or optic dli 
PAPILLO'MA. Abnormal growth ot paplllte of akin. 
PAP'PUS. FniEj-growllion taef, primitive beard. 
PAPU'LAR. Rclutiiie to a papuk'. 
PAPULE (pap'-fllj. A pimple. 
PARABL&P'S:S(par-ul>-|pp'-i)!a). Distorted or inooneot sigbt. 
PARABU'LIA (pur-ab-u'-K'-utiJ. irnnatnral Elate or will power; 
PARABYSldA (par-ab-li'-miili). Local mrelling. 
PARACENTE'BIS(par-BBM:'n-[0'-nlR). Incision of a cavity. 
PARACINE'SIS (par-HB-MiO'-elM). Derangement of mm 



PARACOLPITIS (pur-a-cwl-pl'-tist. InflamniBllon abont tUI 

PARAC'OPE <pui'-ak'-u-pi^). In a inanlaeal slate. 
PARACU'313 ipac-ak-fl'«ls). Impaired boobc of bearing. 
PARACYE'slS (par-Bh-Bi^-slB>. Red Extra tll«rlne Pregnaney, 
PAR'AFPIN. ClBtlllaUun product of petroleum, reaombllni 

PARAGEU'Sia (par-ah-ga'-BlB). Deception of sense of t««l«, 
PARAOLOB'ULIN. CouBtltuent of plasmlne.q. v. 
. SwelllQg of the tongue. 



PARALA'LIA (par-Ql-A'-le-ab]. 

PARAL'BUMIN ipar-nl'-htl-iiiln 

(ivarlau cyBts. 
PARAL'DEKyDE. Soporldc i>i 
PARALEXIA (par-al-elcs'-e-ali). 

properly. 
PARALOE'SIA. DeeapUve lensatlon, as of apalu. 
PARAL'OIA. Bee Parttlgpala. 
'ASAL'YSIS (par-al'-lH-iB). Lobb ot vtiUU.in m- bpo 

•Iv/ns- ojiiT or mure parle. 



1 
■ PAI 
H PAI 



hi, tondltlon fn w 


tleallatl 


ne Inarticu 


, Albu 


Qlnoldlnae 


nd anodj 


lesubatan 


. Not 


capable o 



DHTTTONARY OF TfVnAT, 
PARAL'YSIS AQ^TANS. Farm of paralfBle with Ahnnm 



PARAUE'NIA <pHr-am-«'-D«-Bh). IrreRularltLox ill tlir i 

ulrual flow. 
PARAMETRITIS (par-a-m^Ui'-tlB). lDflBminaI,[oii nf 

utt<rlnuap|>cnilfteeB. 
PARAMNE'SIA. Inability Wdeflnfi words due U> fotgciriil 
PARAMORPH'IA (par-a-morph'-e-ab). Htractural di'v 

PARAMORPH'lNE(par-armorph'-*n). Spc Thelm/n.'. 
PARAMOSIN'OGEN. Albuminoid or muBGle-i'NiHinx. 
PARANEPHRITIS. InaummuCloii of liianBUlar ><ad)- u 

i-noh kidney. 
PARANOrA(par.ab-nol'-uh). A titTm orchrnnii: iii<-ii(i<l i 

PARAPAR'ESlBlpar-ah-por'-eB-ls). ParalyiilKinv.iivlMgp..i 

oflower extremiliea. 
PARAPHA'SIA <par-af-£'-«o-iih). Incorrect appllc'iiimi ..r» 

during speech. 
PARAPH1A Ipar-ar-p-ati). UnnaLurnl ucully nrsi'imrol li 
PARAPHIMO'SIS. Preputial Blransulutloii ot iiiuiig i>cn 

bale of latter. 
PARAPH(yNIA(pftr-ah-f9'-ne-«lil. ITnimLural xmuJ •■r v 
PARAPHRENITIS (par«f-rcn-! '.««). Innammutinii of 

phragin. 
PARAPLAS'HA. IX'rormlty. 

PARAPI.ASTIC. Kavorlngnr tending Id unuaturul (nut 
PARAPLBCTIC <pai>4h-plek'-llk). One alRictcrl Willi i 

PARAPI.K'eiA(par-ttb-pli:-'-Jp-ab). Paralj'mii InvoHluB 1 

portion of body. 
PARAPLEX'IA. 8eo Paraplegia. Mild apupleplir nettnrc 
PARAP'SIS ipar-ap'-BlH|. Morbid Bonise of tuuuli. 
PARASECRETION (par-ab-tH'-kriy.flhun). Eitimalve aeon 

of bumora of bodf . 
PAR'ASITE (par'-a-elt], OrEaninm owing til life W the bni 

wllleh Itlaattocbed. 
PARAStT'IC (par-iis-lt'-lo). rertalulug to iir reBamblli 

PARASIT'ICIDB (par^s-lt'-lB-ldt. Ageu( opp<Hed t<> parii: 
PARASPADIA (par-BB.pi'-d<Mibl, l-aUTul aTP\\\r»\ uvc«' 
PARASrATAOBNITlS. Spc ProKtMlUl-. 



8)0 WARNER'S POCKET MEDIUM. 

PARATRIH'HA. Inflamroatlon due to rubbing of pnrU. 
PARAXANTHINE (pur^ks-an'-IhlD). A urinary leucoiui 
PARECTAMA (|>ar-ck'-)dm-uli). Expanded cundltlonof & , 
PARECOR'IC ipar-o-gor'-lk). Tincture opll campli. 
PAREl'RA BRAV'A (par-l'-rab). ItooC employed In KeolM- 

urloary diBeaaos, 
PARENCEPH'ALIS. Tbe eprebcUuin. 
PAREMCEPHALITIS. InflnmninUan of Ibe cerebellum, 
PARENCEPH'ALOCELE. Hernia of tbe (srcbellum. 
PAREN'CHYMA (par«n'-fclm-iib). TcTclure or subfilanoe of . 



encUyma. 

PAR'ESIS (p>Lr'-eB-lB|. Mild paralytic Btroke. 

PARESTHE'SIA (paiv«a-tbe''«e-tili). DlsorderLil taotlllly 
which BCDBaUon In conveyed Inoorrectly, nil ibo taani 
feeline much larger than they are, etc, 

PARESTHET'lC (pHr«*-lhet'-Ik). Pertaining to parudheala. 

PARETIC {pnrH?l'-lk). Pertaining to or bavlug pBreal*. 

PARBU'NIA (par-oo'-nc-ah). Seinal Intercourse: flee Col tim. 

PARIDRO-SIS (par-Id-ro'-6ln). ExcesBlvo Bweatlns. 

FARI'BTAL (par-V-^ta1). Pertslnlng to a wall. 

PARI'ETIS <par-l'-ct-Is). SeeFHrlatal. 
1 PARIETA'LIA. 8eo Parle lul Bones. 

H PARI'ETAL BONES. Two correBpondlnR lateral bouea of ths 
H head Including top of Bkull not belongins to frontal or 

W occipital boneB. 

PAR13 GREEN. Compound or acetate of cogiper and arssDl- 

PARKINSON'S DISEASE. Sev PanilyBlii Agltans. 
PARODYNIA (par«l-din'-*-aii). AI>nomial pain durlug ohiia 

I birth, 

PARODONTIDES IpaiM^.don'-tld-Oz). Smalt glnslvul ab«ceBae«. 
PAROHPHAL't^CELE (par-om-rar.|>«i:-l). Hernia In umbillca] 
region. 
PARONI'RIA ipar-on-I'-F&ah). See Nightmare. 

PARO'PIUM (par-iV-pe-um). Shield lo Bbade tin- eyea froia it 
light. 

PAROP'SIS ipBr-op'-ais). Imperfect, illUHlVB vision. 
I PARORCHID'IUM (par-or-kld'-l-umj. Abnonnut position nf 
I tesUcle. 

B J*AtlOO'tiM fpsr4i'-Die4ib). Pervenlunot win*e nT Rmell. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 201 

PAROSMIA (parrOB'-te-ah). I ncpmplete or partial ossiflcatZon. 

PAROTIC. See Parotid. 

PAROT'ID. Near the ear. Applied to a gland beneath the ear. 

PAROTIDITIS. See Parotitis. 

PAROTITIS. Inflammation of the parotid gland ; mumps. 

PAR'OXYSM (par'-oks-lzra) Advance tx> crisis of disease; a 
suddenattack, as a coughing spell; convulsion. . 

PAROXYS'MAL (par-oks-is'-raal). Pertaining to paroxysm. 

PARS'LEY. Diuretic and emmenagogue. 

PARTHENOQEN'ESIS. Pregnancy not due to coitus. 

PARTU'RIENT (p«r-tu'-rl-ent). Gravid. 

PARTURIPA'CIBNT (par-tu-rlf-ft'Hsl-ent). Tending to assist 
labor. 

PARTURITION (par-ta-rish'-un). Normal labor. 

PARU'LIS (par-aMls). A gingival ulcer. 

PARU'RIA. Disordered secretion of urine. 

PAR'VOLINB. A ptomaine of putrefaction. 

PAR'VULB (parv'-ytil). A small pill comprising minute do^es 
for Arequent repetition. 

PAR VA'QUM. The pneumo-gastrlc nerve. 

PAS'SION. Heated anger; emotion. Feverish desire for 
coitus. 

PAS'SIVB (pas'-iv). Quiet; unresisting; Inactive. 

PASTE. An exceedingly thick sticky fluid. 

PASTXI^. See Pastille. 

PASTILLrB (pas'-til). Tablet; troche; sweetened medicated 
lozenge. 

PATCH. Small discoloration of skin. 

PATEI^'LA 'pat-elMah). Knee-cap ; small flat bone over knee- 
Joints 

PATEL'LAR. Pertaining to patella. 

PATHE'MA (path-^-mah). A diseased state. 

PATHEMATOL'OGY. See Pathology. 

PATHET'IC MUS'CLE (path-etMk). Muscle of the eye, so 
named on account of its property of depicting passioos. 

PATH'ETISM (path'-et-izm). Hypnotism. 

PATHIC (path'-ik). Pertaining to disease, as pathology. 

PATHOQEN'ESIS (path-o-Jen'-ensis). Growth of disease. 

PATHOQEN'IC (path-o-JenMk). Proliflc of disease. 

PATHOGENY (path-oJ'-€-ne). See Pathogenesis. 

PATHOGNOMON'IC (path-og-nu-monMk). Applied to symp- 
toms which are especially indicative of a certain disease. 

PATHOCRAPHY. Description of diseases. 

PATHOLOOaCAI^ (path-o-lo)M-kal). Pertaining tA i^\.Yi^V:«n « 

PATHOI/OOY (path-ol'-o-je). Science xeViXVuft \» ^V6«»w»« 



m WARNEK-a POCKET MEUICAX. 

PATHOL'YSIS ipath-ol'-lB-lB). Decomposition of tlsenea. 
FATHONO'UIA. Bclentifla atudy of dlaeasea aoa Ibelr la 
FATHOPHO'BIA (path-O-fu'-be-ab). Aboormal feurofdiHiaBe, 
FATHOPOIE'SIS (piLtli-6-pol-«'-elB). Produclion of dlBeoae. 
PA'TIENT (pi'-flhent). A phyalelan'a client; one being 

tended for Ill-health, 
PAT'ULOUa (paf-u-liiB). Open. 
PAUNCH (pawnch). Tbe abdomen and viBoero. 
PA'VY-S DISEASE-. Periodical appearance of albumin lu Ibe 

PBARXY BOD'lES. See BirdneBt Cells. 

PECCANT I pek'-ant). Morbid; Impregnated with Impurities. 

PECTINKIJS. Flat Iblgb-rouBcle. 

PECTORAL. Pertaining to tbe breaaL 

PECTOBA'LIS (pek-tor-fi'-llsj. Applied to several Ihoradc 



PECTORIL'OQIJY |pek-lor-ll'-o-kwe). CbeBt-«ound reoBinbll 
the voice, heard while using slelboaoupe 

PB1>AL (p«'-dal). Pertaining to the foot. 
PED'ERASTV (ped'-er-as-te). Applied to coltuB 
PEDIAL'OIA <ped-e-Hl'-Je-ah]. Pain In the foot. 
PEDIAT'RICS (ped-e-al'-rlkBl, Science of dlscHBes of clilldren. 
PElyiCLE (ped--ik-l). Constricted 



PEDI 
PEDl 
PBDl 



ICULAR (ped-lk'-u-lar). Pertaining 
CUL.A'TIDN. HubKiutaneaiia Infevtl 
[CULO'SIS [ped-lk-Q-16'-«lH). Culjtneoun 



.edicli 



of 11. 






FEDICULUS (ped-lk'-u-lusj. A louse. 

PEOICURE. One treating the feel; a c biro pod int. 

PEDILU'VIUM (ped-il-Ci'-ve-uin|. KootbaLb. 

PBDIONAL'GIA. See Pedialgia. 

PEDUM'CI.B (ped-unk'-t). Constricted neck uf un iirgaa b 

vblcb It Is Joined to a part. 
PEDUNCULA'TION (ped-uuk-ll-la'-Bhun|. i^lato of lielil 

pedunculated. 
PEDUNCU'LAR |ped-unk'-u-]ur). Relating to a pednole. 
PEINOTHER'APY. Curing u disease by keeping patlAQ^ 

hnngry. 
PBL.LA'ORA (pol-A'-grah). An Italian skin dlseaBC. 
PELLETIER'INB (pei^M-Cr'-in). Alkukild of pomegranate. 



mint 
PEL'LICLE (pel'-ik-l). - 

ertaln liquids aftiTHtaudlng. 
t'i./TORY(pcl'-Il-('i-n:l. nuol ol PVT( 









DICTIONARY OF TO-DAV. «R 

PEL'VIC PerlaialostolhepelvU. 
PEl'VIM'ETBR. IiiBtrumeDL ror meaaurlng the pelvta. 
PBLVIU'ETRY (pel-vlin'-«-trD). 8cienco of using tbe pel*>>a- 

eler. 
PELVIOT'OMY<pe1-Tl-ot'-0-m«). Pelvlo BecUou; see Symph^i- 

lolnoiy. 
PEL'VIS, Bod y Btnictnre Immediately litloTT abdomen. 
PELVCOQ'RAPHy. DeBoripllou of pclvU. 
P£LYCOL.'O0Y (pel-e-col'-o-Je). Sclemilic treatise on pelvK. 
FEH'PHiauS (pem'-BB-UB), Dlaease of skin with ■ppoanince 



PENETRATING <p«ii-e-tri'-UnE). Piercing; pBHlng ttiwufb 

PENtClLl.lUM Species of fungi. 

PB'NILE (pe'-nll). PertaiiiInK to the penis. 

PB'NtS (pe'-nla). Male organ Inserted in vaglnB during coltUL 

PSNITIS (p«-ul'-tlB). InflsmmaUon of penla. 

PEiyDEH BORE. See FarunculusOrlenlallB. 

PENHYROY'Al, [peo-ft-rol'-al). See Hedeomo. 

PSOT'OM Y (pt«t'-fr-me). Remnval or penli. 

PE'PO 'py-pa). Pumpkin Beed; an anthelmintic. 

PEP'PER. A BUmulanl lo digestion ; Bee Piper. 

PEPPERMINT. DlBtUlod oil from leaves of mentfaa piperlla; 

used to advantage In InteflUnal Ratue; stimulant, 
PEP'BIN. Chief ooBBtltuentofgaBtrloJulce. Ascaly prepar*. 

lion from muoous membrane of stomach of hog. calve*, etc. 
PBPSIN'OQEN (pepela'-4>-Jea), RubBtanoe wbleta develops 

into pepsin. 
PEPO'IC (pep'-tlk). Pertaining to or asslatlng digestion. 
PEPTONE. Bubstaace resulUng from digestion of an slbo- 

rolnold by pepsin. 
PBPTONE'MIA (pep-tdn.&'-m&^b). Peptones In the blood. 
PEPTONIZED (pep'-ton-liedj. Changed Into peptones. 
PEPTONURIA (pep-l6n-0'-re-ah). Peptones In the urlna, 
PERACEPH'ALUS. Headless monster vllta Imperfectly formed 

PERACUTE' (per-ak-ftt'>. Very sharp or acute. 
PERCEPTION (per4ep'4hiini. Observation. 
PERCOLATION |pcr-k6-ia'-ehua). Filtration. 
PER'COLATOR {per'-ko-la-torl. Apparatus for percolation. 
PBRCUS'SION (per-kus'*bun). Tapping Vbe \kA-3 -<Eft>S. <.-^* 
lisDds to learn condition of pari InvcBUsaW:*. 



tv-ARNERS POCKET MEDICAL 

■lo-rnDi). PerforBHng, 

P&RPORATION |per-for-a'-«liUD). PlerclaB: peuetrMIOD 
FBK'FORATOR iper'-IBr-a-tor). An Inatraroonl u " 
surgery. 
lAL'GIA. Abnormal pain. 



lARTHRI'TIS. luflaiomaUon abouD ajoiot. 

ICULAR (per-e-ar-tlk'-u-lar). About a Joint. 
IBLEP'SIS. MaolacBl, expreHBloDlras stare. 
ICAE'DIAC(per-e-kar'-ae-alt). FertalnlDj to the perio«p- 



PEBICE'CAL. [per-^flfl'-kal). About thee 
PERICH'OLOUS. ExceHSlveblUouseecr 
PERICHONDRI'TtS (per-e-kou-arl'-tlB). 

lohaDdrLum. 
PERICHON'DRIUM |per-S-kDD'-arl-nm|. 
naturosarroiindlHg cartilage. 

CHOROID'AL. About uhoiola or middle coat of eye. 
;CT.ABIS (per-ik'-lii«-lB), Frael.nre In which iojiired pari 

[COLONITia (por-e-kDl-6-ul'-HB|. Inflammation aboai 

[COLPITIS (per-S-kol-pi'-tim. 1 oflBianiatlou arount 

PERICON'CHAL (per-iSkon'-kBl). Aroanil thp aurnl cavity. 
PBRICOR'NSAI. (per*kor'.np-al). Around llie cornea. 
PERICRA'NIUM (par-e-kri'ne-um). Membrane around Bkiill. 
PERICYSTITIS (per^-BlB-ti'-tiaj. InQammaUoD around blad 

der. 
PBRIDBSUITIS (per-f-de«-ml'-llsj. Inflammation ot perldM 

FERlDEStllUM ipor-c-dCB' me-nm). Membranous Hheatti< 
enveloping a ligament. 

" VMlSfper-ft-dld'-lm-lB). Testicular eoverlng. 
DIDYMITIS (per-B-dld-a-ml'-tiB), I nfl animation of porl 

IGLOTTISipBr-e-glot'-U). Mi^mbranous coTeriDgoriongical 
IHEPATITia IpBr-e-hep^t-l'-tlE 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. IV. 

PERILARYNCITI3 (per*lar-ln-Jl'-llB). InaommBUon aboul 
.TBRILYHPH (per'-S-Uinf). Thin, trensmrent flald Bboiil 

■PBRIMENINQl'TIS {per-S-nien-in-Jl'-tlH). Bame as Pnoliymen- 

inBllia. 
PERIH'ETER. Drpii inference of a plane body. 
FERIHETRITIS (per-C>-m6-t.rr-tif<). I n nammatlnn about Uxe 

PBRIUYS'IUM (pcr-O-mlB'-i-um). Tissue cDveloplnE tlio mue- 

. olea. 

PBRINE'Al.|per-lD-«'-Ql). Fertalntng tolho perineum. 

PERINB'OCELE |per-ln-C-'.6-eol). Hernia or perineum. 

PBR I NE'O PLASTY, rerineal Burger; fur roatorlng lur^mU^ 

perineum. 
■ ^RINEOR'KAPHY. Suturing ruptured perineum. 
rERINEPH'RIC<per-«-ner-ril[). Around Ihe kldneyti. 
FBRlNKPHRI'TlS[per-ln-f-rrr-tlB). PerenephrlcinflanimalSon, 
PBKINE'UM. Space betveen aniiii and genital orsauB l>oundr-d 

on the Tight and lea by inner aide of thigh. 
rSBIOCULAR SPACE (per^M)lf-u-lar epfla). IntiTTenlng 

Bpacsbelwesn eye-ball and orbit. 
PETIIOD (p^-rl-od). Acertolnllme. 

PER IODIC Al.(p;s-rf-od'-l-kl). Applied to Interialttent fever. 
PERIODONTITIS. MembranouslnnammutlonortoothBocket. 
PERIOR'BITAI, (per-O-.ir'-lilt-Hl), About tba orbit, 
PBRIORBtTIS. Inn animation of IIbsuch around orbll. 
PERIORCHl'TIS (pcr-e-or-ki-tlH). Innammatlon of mem bran- 

uiiB covering of tealcs. 
PERIOS'TEUM. WhttenbrouB covering of bones. 
PSRIOSTI'TIS (per-&oB-ti'-llB). inflBinmatlon of periosteum. 
PERIOSTCMA (per-iKw-IV^-mah). Bony growth on perloaleitm. 
PERIOSTO'8rS<per-^oa-lO'-Blsi. Growth of perlOBtoma. 
FERIOT1C (per.e.ot'.lk). Around the e«r. 
PERIPH'ERAL (per-ir-er-al). Pertalnlns to the peiipherj . 
PERIPH'ERY (per-ir-er^). The clroumfarence. 
PEEIPLEORI'TISfpcr-o-plQ-ri'-Ms]. Inflammation about the 

pleura. 

RIPROCTITIS [per-^prok-tl'-tlB], Inflaminallon of llmue 



ftPERieCOP'IC (pe 



i 



SMI WARNEB'S POCKET MEDIrAI, 

PERISTAL'SIS. Worm-like moTfimenL of Uie tiiteatln 

PKRiaTAL'TlC. PprlalQlng to perHtalsLs. 

PERISTOLE. ScePcrlatBli'ln. 

PERISTRO'HA. MDcaaBlDtoBUnalciwt. 

PERITENDIN'EUH (pci^ten-dlu'-e-um). Tissue c^l^^ 
tcndnn. 

PEBIT'OMY ipeMl'-ft-ml). Operation rernovlug a poi 
I cODjQnoMva for corneal opacity, 

I PERITONE'AL (per-lt-OQ-e'-fllJ. PerUlDlog M tli" ] 

PERITONE'UM(per-lt^ii.ti'-uin). Serous mpmbrKnous 
o/ abdamiaal cavity and coverlog vlec^eru. 
ITONITIS {pcr-lKin-r-lls|. IndiiinmaUoii of porlt 
TYPHLITIS (pcr-iMMI'-tlB). Inflammallon about 
VAS'CULAR. AboutBTeHsel. 
VASCULITIS. Iiinaramallon aronnd a vessel. 
VIS'CERAL {per.vla'.ser-at). About tlio vlHcera. 
ZO'MA. A girdle; abdominal band. 
TEKTH. Last teeth. 



per: 

PERI 

PEBl 
PERI 
PER] 
PER' 

PERNICIOUS {per-nlBl 

PERNICIOUS ANE'MIA. Oradual aneinl 

PER'NIO (per'-n.i-fi). 

PEROBRA 'CHIOS (per-o-bni' 



aBtlOK awi 



ally o 









PBRACBPH'ALUS (per-<>«<-r-al-us] 
' PSROCHl'RUS (per-6-kl'-roB). Mai 
I PBBOM'ELUS [po-rom'-el-UB). Mo 
legs. 
PERONE'AL (per-0-n^'.ali. Pertaloing lo Ihe peroiieu 
PSRONE'US (per-o-nu'-ua). Muacle of tbe leg. 
PBR'OPUa (pcr'-o-pua). Pedal deformity. 
PERO'SIS (per-O'-alB). Applied In parts Irnperfeelly le 
PEBOSO'MUS (pcr-o-sfi'-mua!. Monster with malformed trunS^ 

PEROXaCE (per-okB'-id). Aii oxids Willi tlie greateBf ^^ 

of oxidation. 
I PEROXIDE OP HYDROSEN. .\n antlBeptie Quid. 
[ PBRPLICATION (pep-ple-kn'-Bhun). .\ metliod of 

ligation. 
t PERSPIRATION. HvreiiU 
\ PERTUS'SIS (per-tuK'-BlBi. W'liooplng musli: ^m ai 

taglouB (llaenKo witli npuaiuodlo .'ouiib. 
[ PERU-VIAN BARK (pE-rQ'-vlSan|. Hee Clnulionn. 
' PERVIGILIUM (per-vlj-ir-e-lini . I.iuWIIty lo Bleep. 
Tlie fool, 
:S'3ARY(pen--sa^rpl. ricrUi.i »u-,iVorV.-f . 



DICTIONARY OK T()-DAy. aff 

FESSI'MA ipeB-sr-iimlii. A piiEtiilur dlaease of the sfeln. 
PBST. The plague, q, v. 
PESTIF'EROUS (pes-tir-(-r-iiBl. PetluliiJog to or prolllli: iT :i 

PESTaLENCE. SeqPeal. 
PESTILSNT. ReBembllnga pest, 
^BSTI.E <peB'-l). BuIbOQB rod for (cHndlng and mlxluB huIi- 

,PBTB'CH1A (pe-tf-lcc-ab). Circumscribed cutanaoua spota uf ^i 

T'lT (pef-lt). Small. 
PETIT'3 OPERATION. A mode of lierDlotomy. 
PETRIFACTION {pel^rll-ak'-Bhuu). Morbid cbnnge tou pRtr>Jii>. 

substance. 
PETROLATUM. Ointment prepared from petroleum ; a 

popatar remedy. 
PETROL'EUM. Coal-oll, Internally It Ix an expectorant, 

locally a stimulant. 
PETRO'SAI. (pe-trd'-fiBl). Petrous portion at temporal bone. 
PETROUS (p?-trus). Ferlalnlng to stone; stony. 
PHACITIS (O-sr-tlBJ. Inflammation of tha oapsule of Llie 

orfetalline lens. 
PHACOMALA'CIA (m-kO-mal-i'-He-ab). Soneulng of tbe cryg- 

talUne lens. 
PHACOSCLER 0-913 (ia-k6'.«kl&-r6''4lB). Bolerollo aObctlon of 

crystalline lens. 
PHASEDB'NA (rBj-ed.^-nah). Ulceron* aObctlon with eating 

away of tissues. 
PHAKI'TIS (m-kl'-tls). 8ee Pbaoltls. 
PMALACRO'SIS. Baldnesa. 
PHALAN'UE3 (fa-lau'-Jesj. Arllculated bonea of Qogen and 

PHA'l^ANX. Singularof pblAQges, 4. V. 

PHALLAL'QIA (Ibl-al'-Je-ah). Penile pain. 

PHAL.1.1C. Pertaining to the ponla. 

PHALl-l'TlS (fal-i'-tlB). Innammatlon of penis. 

PHALLODYN'IA (ml-fi-dln'-e-ah). Pain In the penis. 

PHAL'LOID (fal'-old). Reaembllng the penis. 

PHALLON'CUS (f^l-ong'-kUB). Penile tumor. 

PHALLO-PLASTY. Plastic surgery of the penis. 

PHAL'LUa (fal'-uB). The penis. 

PHAKTOM (fan'-tom). A manikin. An Illusive vision, 

PHANTOM TU'MOR. Abdominal distension indicating 

pregnancy or tumor, but whloh Is slmeVs l.TiU»ttiM\ fcftlua*- 
PHAR'HACAL (Ilir'-iQak-l). PenalnViiK Vq v^mtobRI . 



210 WARNER'S POCKET xMEDICAL 

PHOSPHORU'RI A (fo8-for-Q-re-ah). Urine of a phosphorescent 
nature. 

PHOS'PHORUS (fos'-for-us). A luminous poison obtained from 
bones ; a valuable tonic. 

PHOS'PHORUS NECRO'SIS (fos'-for-us ne-lcrd'-sis). Maxillary 
necrosis from excessive use of phosphorus. 

PHOSPHU'RIA (fos-fu'-re-ah). Abnormal amount of phos- 
phates in urine. 

PHOTAL'QIA (fot-al'-je-ah). Suffering due to light. 

PHOTODYSPHO'RIA (fo-to-dis-fo'-re-ah). Inability to stand 
light. 

PHOTOM'ETER (fo-tom'-e-ter). Instrument used to determine 
the strength and intensity of light. 

PHOTON'OSUS (fo-ton'-o-sus). Disease from intense ligrht, as 
sunlight. 

PHOTOPHO'BIA (fo-to-fo'-be-ah). Morbid fear of light. 

PHO'TOPHORE(f6'-t6-for). Minute incandescent light for in- 
vestigating cavities. 

PHOTOP'SIA (fo-top'-se-ah). Perverted perceptibility of light 

PHOTU'RIA (fo-tu'-re-ah). See Phosphoruria. 

PHRENAL'GIA (fren-al'-Je-ah). Melancholiac pain in the 
head. 

PHRENASTHE'NIA (ft-en-as-the'-ne-ah). Mild paralytic stroke 
involving the diaphragm. 

PHRENE'SIS (fren-e'-sis). Violently delirious. 

PHRENET'IC (fren-et'-ik). Condition of phrenesis, q. v. 

PHREN'IC (fren'-ik). Pertaining to the diaphragm. 

PHREN'ICA (frenMk-ah). Diseases of the mind. 

PHRENITIS (Aren-i'-tis). Cerebral inflammation. Violently 
delirious. 

PHRENOL'OGIST. One versed in phrenology. 

PHRENOL'OGY (fren-ol'-o-Je). Doctrine of describing charac- 
ter by various elevations of head. 

PHRENOP'ATHY (ft-en-op'-a-the). See Phrenica. 

PHRENOPLE'GIA (fren-6-ple'-Je-ah). Paralysis of the naind. 

PHTHIRI'ASIS (thir-i'-a-sis). Infested with lice. 

PHTHIS'ICAL (tizMk-al). Pertaining to or affected with 
phthisis. 

PHTHISIOL'OGY. Treatise on phthisis. 

PHTHI'SIS (ti'-sis). Tuberculosis of the lung causing pro- 
gressive emaciation of body. 

PHTHI'SIS BUL'BI. Ocular atrophy. 

PHYGOGALAC'TIA (n-go-gal-ak'-te-ah). See Lactifuge. 

PHY'MA fH'-mah). A small tumor. 
PHY'MA TOID (rr-mat-old). Having nalwte ol vx \.\l^:>^Te\^. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 211 

PHYMATO'SES (fl-matrd'-sez). Morbid conditions due to pres- 
ence of tubercules. 
PHYS'IC (flz'-ilt). Medicine or a medicinal ag^nt. Active 

evacuation of feces. 
PHYSICAL (flzMk-al). Pertaining to physics. Pertaining to 

animal structure. 
PHYSICAL EXAMINA'TION. Body investigation for plie- 

noraena. 
PHYS'ICAL SIGNS. Phenomena observed during palpation, 

etc. 
PHYSI'CIAN (flz-ish'-un). One authorized by law to attend the 

sick. 
PHYS'ICIST (flz'-isHsist). One versed in physics. 
PH YS'ICS (flz'-iks). Science of nature and energy. 
PHYS'ICS, MEDICAL. Application of physics to medicine. 
PHYSIOQ'NOMY (flz-e-og'-nd-me). Science of determining 

character by the general appearance of face. 
PHYSIOL'OOY (flz-e-or-o-Je). Science relating to function of 

any organized body. 
PHYSIOL'YSIS. Decomposition of tissue. 
PHY'SOCELE (fl'-soHsSl). Scrotal hernia, contents of which 

are gas. 
PHYSOME'TRA (fl-sd-m£'-trah). Distention of uterus from gas. 
PHYSOSTIGKMA (fl-sd-stig'-mah). Calabar bean from whirh 

physostigmine Is derived. 
PH YSOSTIG'MINE (fi-s6-stig'-min). Alkaloid of physostigma ; 

depressent to the nervous system. 
PHYTE (fit). Termination denoting growth of, as osteophyte. 
PHYTOLACCA (fi-t6-lak'-kah). Poke-root; an alterative. 
PHYTO'SIS (fl-td'-sis). Parasitical skin disease. 
prA MA'TER (pi'-ah xna'-ter). Membranous envelope of brain 

and spinal cord. 
PI'AN (pi'-an). See Yaws. 

PIARRHE'MIA (pi-ar-€'-me-ah). Fatty state of the blood. 
prCA (pi'-hah). See Bulimia. 
prCHI (p^'-shg). Remedy for vesical diseases. 
PICRIC ACID (pik'-rik asMd). A test for albuminuria. 
PICROMEL (pik'-ro-mel). Bilious constituent having a bitter 

taste. 
PICROTOX'IN (pik-r5-toksMn). Agent opposed to parasites; 

relieves spasms. 
PIE'BALD SKIN (pl'-bald skin). Condition in which there are 

white spots on a jaundiced skin. 
PIG'MENT. Coloring matter of various ot^^^tvi q>\. \i«2»^^ , viS8» 

bilurubJn, etc. 



212 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

PIXBOUS (pr-l$-u8). Pertaining to hair; hairy. 

PILES (pllz). See Hemorrhoids. 

PILL. SeePilula. 

PXL'LAR. A long body sastaining a part. 

PILOCAR'PINE(pI-Id-kar'-pin). Alkaloid of J aborandi; Fnrloiv 
iflc and lately used largely in treatment of consumption. 

PILOCAR'PUS. Sudorific from which pilocarpine is obtti I ned. 

PILOCYS'TIC (pM6-si8'-tik). Fatty tumor, contente of Avhich 
are hair, tissue, etc. 

PI'LOSE (pI'-lSs). Hairy ; fUll of soft hair. 

PILIJLA (pil'-ya-lah). Small rounded mass of the active prin- 
ciples of various medicines, may be plain or coated >iriih 
sugar or gelatin. 

PIMELITIS (pim-el-r-tis). Inflammation of fatty tissue. 

PIMELO'MA (pim-el-d'-mah). Tumor with fatty content«. 

PIMELORRHB'A (pim-el-or-S'-ah). Discharge of morbid adi- 
pose matter. 

PIMELO'SIS (pim-el-d'-sis). See Degeneration, Fatty. 

PIMELU'RIA (pim-el-u'-re-ah). Fatty condition of urine. 

PIMENTA (pl-men'-tah). Allspice; seasoning and stimuV^nt. 

PIM'PLE (pim'-pl). A very small inflammation containiD<; jub, 

PIN'EAL. Resembling shape of pine cone. 

PIN'BAL GLAND. Small body resembling shape of pine cone 
at lower posterior portion of brain. 

PINGUIC'ULA (pin-gwik'-u-lah). Conjuntivitis due to f.itty 
tumor. 

PIN'HOLE PUP'IL. Intensely contracted pupil. 

PINK'-BYE. Disease of horse, in which there is intense in- 
flammation of conjunctiva, with exudation of pus; has 
been transmitted to man. 

PINK'-ROOT. See Spigelia. 

PIN'NA. Fleshy external portion of ear. 

PINT. Half of a quart. 

PIN'TA DISEASE'. Cutaneous disease of South America, duo 
to parasite. 

PIN'WORM. Intestinal nematoid worm. 

PIONE'MIA (pi-on-e'-me-ah). Adipose matter in the blood. 

PI'PER (pi'-per). See Pepper. 

PIPER'IDINE (pi-perMd-in). Derivative* of piperine. 

PI'PERINE (pi'-per-in). Mild alkaloid of pepper. 

PIPETTE' (p!-petO. Small hollow tube for passage of liquids 
either in or out. 

PIPSIS'SEWA (pip-sis'-e-wah). Chimaplilla, an agent increas- 
Jng- Sow of ur J n e. 
PISCID'JA (plB-id'-e-iih). Jamaica dogwood-, sopoxm^i. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 21* 

PIS'IPORM BONE. Small round bone of the wrist. 

PIT. Small rounded depression due to small-pox, chicken- 
pox, etc. 

PIT OF STOM'ACH. Region immediately above umbilicus. 

PITTING. Process of becoming covered with small pits. 

PITU'ITA. Bronchial secretion ; mucus ; phlegm. 

PITU'ITARY. Pertaining to the pituita. 

PITUITARY BOD'Y. Small bi-lobular body. 

PITYRI'ASIS (pit-^xi'-a-sis). Cutaneous disease with exfolia- 
tion. 

PIX (piks). Pitch exuding from wounds of certain trees. 

PIX LIQ'UIDA (piks Uk'-wid-ah). Tar; distilled product of 
pine-pitch. 

PLACE'BO (pl&-8S'-bd). Harmless mixture for patients who 
believe they are sick (see Malingerer), as water slightly 
bitter. 

PLACENTA (pl&-8en'-tah). Membranous sac, with bloody 
contents £rom which fetus derives its sustenance ; the after- 
birth. 

PLACENTA, BATTLEDORE. Applied to cases where cord is 
attached to the border of placenta. 

PLACENTA PRE'VIA. Premature presentation of placenta 
preceding fetus. 

PLACENTAL (plirsen'-tal). Pertaining to the placenta. 

PLACENTAL SOUF'FLB. Slight hissing auscultation sound 
emanating from wound during pregnancy. 

PLACENTITIS (pl&^en-tl'-tis). Inflammation of placenta. 

PLADARO'SIS. Flaccid, warty palpebral tumor. 

PLAGIOCEPH'ALUS (pUL-Je-d-sef-al-us). Lateral over-develop- 
ment of opposite sides of head, appearing as if head is half 
turned around. 

PLAGUE (plfig). Pestilent fatal disease attacking a whole 
country, in which a great many die. (TTie decUhs from the 
bubonic ploffue in India cU time of writing this average 500 
per day,) 

PLfiNTAR. Pertaining to or belonging to the sole of the foot. 

PLANTAR ARCH. Curved portion of sole of foot Just under- 
neath instep. 

PLANTA'RIS. Muscle inserted in heel bone and accomplish- 
ing extension of foot. 

PLANU'RIA (plan-yti'-re-ah). Vicarious flow of urine. 

PLAS'MA (plaz'-mah). Fluid of blood ; it is without color. 

PLAS'MINE. Proteid of blood plasma. 

PLASTER. A cloth covered with a iaedVc«JVje^ x««»Volww% ^K^a^*- 
atance, as belladonna plaster. 



2l4 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

PLAS'TIC (plas'-tik). Admitting of plastic surgery; easily 

formed. 
PLASTIC SURGERY. Operation giving natural shape to an 

injured or malformed part. 
PLASTICITY (plas-tis'^te). See Plastic. 
PLATE (pl&t). Thin, broad layer of bone. 
PLATE'-CULTURE. Gelatin covered plate on which xnioro- 

drganism are propagated. 
PLATINUM. Metal having appearance of aluminum, used 

largely in dentistry. 
PLATY-. Prefix meaning broad. 
PLATYCEPH'ALOUS (plat-^^ef-a-lus). Wide flat appearance 

of top of head. 
PLATYCO'RIA (plat-ik-d'-re-ab). See Mydriasis. 
PLATYPEL'VIC. Applied to pelvis of unusual width. 
PLATYGLOS'SUS. Applied to a broad-tongue. 
PLATPO'DIA (plat-6-pd'-de-ah). Applied to broad flat feet. 
PLATYS'MA MYOIDES (plat-is'-mah ml-oid'-ez). Thin, broad 

layer of muscle about shoulders. 
PLED'GET (pled'-Jet). Small flattened roll of lint. 
PLE'GIA (plS'-Je-ah). Termination signifying paralysis. 
PLEOMASTIA. Having more than two nipples on the breast' 
PLE'ONASM (ple'-o-nazm). Abnormal size or duplication of. 

parts. 
PLEONEX'IA (ple-on-eks'-e-ah). Abnormally avaricious or 

grasping. 
PLESSIM'ETER. See Pleximeter. 
PLES'SOR See Plexor. 
PLETH'ORA (pleth'-o-rah). Distension of blood-vessels due to 

abnormal amount of blood. 
PLETHOR'IC (pleth-or'-ik). Pertaining to plethora. 
PLEU'RA (plu'-rah). Membrane Rurroundlng lungs. 
PLEURAL'GIA (plu-ral'-je-ah). Pain in the pleura. 
PLEURAPOS'TEMA. Abscess or purulent deposit within the 

pleura. See Empyema. 
PLEU'RISY (plu'-ris-e). Inflammation of pleura. 
PLEURI'TIS (plu-ri'-tis). See Pleurisy. 

PLEU'ROCELE (plu'-ro-sel). Hernia of protrusion of the lung. 
PLEURODYN'IA (plu-ro-din'-e-ah). See Pleuralgia. 
PLEURO-PNEUMO'NIA. Pulmonary inflammation involv- 
ing pleura. 
PLEURORRHE'A (plu-ror-e'-ah). Fluid accumulation within 

pleura. 
I*I.EUROTHOT'ONOS. Spasmodic affecWon <iaL\i%\ii^ body to 
bend to one side. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY, 2IB 

PLEXIM'ETER (plek»-lm'-e-ler). Piste put over auepecWd 

sreaonobeHt which 1b llghtl; atnick duiiag BUSCDllstlon. 
PL.EX'OR (pleke'-or. Inslrumect used durla; percUBSlon. 
PLEX'US (pleks'-uet. Net-work ; applied to buadi™ of nfrves 

and blood- vesselB. 
PLI'CA (pli'-kab). Certain poodillon of hair, occurring In 

Utile rolds or bunches cHUBed b}- flUh. 
PLI'CATE (pU'-kfit). Folded. 

PLUM'BISH (plum'-blsra . Poleonlng from plumbum or lead. 
PLUbfEUM. Lead. 

PLURICEPH'ALUS. Monslerwtlh more than onu head. 
PLURII.OC'UI.AR(pmTl)'Ok'-u-lar). Havlbg a Dumber of cells. 
PLURIPAE'lTY (plQ-ri|>-ar'-l[-6). Condition of a miiltlpura. 
PNEODYNAHICG (ne-o-dl-nam'-tkEl. Science relBtlDg to 

respiration. 
PNEOM'ETRV(Dc-om'-elrre). Prooesm.r delerrnioloe amount 

PNE'OSCOPB [n«%Vekfip). liiBlrumenl !o measure thoracic 

actiOD. 
PNEUMARTHRO'SISlnum-arlh-rO'-sIa). ArUirUls due U, air 

PNEUMATHE-MIA (nQm-ath-*'-me-ah|. Gaseous state of 



r lierula due u> Kaaeous l 



PNEUMATOTHO'RAX |Du-niut-5-tho'- rates). See Fneumolbo- ■ 

PNEUMATU'RIA {nO-mal-ti'-re-ahl. Gaseous urine. 
PNEUMECTOMV (nfi-roek'-io-mc i. Itemova] of part of lung. 
PNEU'MOCEl,E(nQ'-mO-sel), Bee Pneumatocele. 
PNEUMOCOC'CUS (nu-mO-kok'-uBi. Falmonar)' bni:l]ll. 
PNEUMOCONIOSIS. Du«'. depoEll Id lungs. 
PNEUMOGASTRIC ma-mO-BaB'-l.rlkl. Pertaining to Innga 

and stomach. 
PNEUMOOAS'TRIC NERVES. Nerve pleiaBBopplylnglunEB ■ 

PNEUMOG'RAPHY (mi-mog'-ra-fe). DeacrlpMoii of lunas. 
PNEUMOHEMORRHA'OlA. Hemorrhage of the lungs. 
PNEUMOHEMOTHO'RAX. Deposit of gaaeous blood wllhln 

Ibe pleura. 
PNEUMOHYDROTHO-RAX. Deposit of gaseous WBler wllhln 

the pleura. 
PNELP'MOI-JTH. PulmonaryslonB. 



PNBUMOLITKEC'TOMY. Removal of 
PNEUMOL'OGY {nl 
PNEUHOMALA'C[A. PuLmnnar.i 
PNEUMOM-ETKB 

PNEUMONKC'TAStSfnu- 




PNEUHONE'MlA«i(i-ni5-af--ine-Hh). 
PNEUMONAI-'QIA, Pain In the lui 
PNEUUO'NlA<n&-ma'-Iie4b). Infla 

oold. 
PNEUMON-IC (nn-n 

PNEUMONITIS (aQ-m<Vai'-tlaV InaainmBtlon of the lunp 
PNEUMON-OCELB (nO-mon'-0-i{ll. Pulmonary liernlft 

PNEUMONCSIS. Fiilmonarr dltieues. 
PNEUMONOT'OMY liitl-ro6-Qot'-6.mf). Opening thtt lun*. 
PNBUMOPERICAR'DIUM. QaaeousillateiiUoaofperlRanliunh 
PNEUMOPHTHI'SIS. Se« Pulmonary PhChlBlH. 
PNEUMDTHER'APY (Dij-m6-ttier'-a-p*|. ThBrapcnllcii o 
PNEUMOTHOIiAX Inu-mO-thO'-rafes). Oueoua a 

PNEUMOT'OMY (nO-mot'-6-l 
POCKtpok). Biuallpoi puBtule. 
POCK'MARKED. Having pKted Hoan r> 

PODA'ORA (pa^a'-grah). Goat of tbe foot. 
PODAL'OIA (p6-dal'-]e-ah). Pain la Ihe feet. 
PODALIC (pC-dal'-lk). Pertatalng to tbe feet. 
PODARTHRITIS <p6i1-arthTr-tia]. Artbrltic ir 

the feet. 
PODELCO'MA (p«d-el-k6'-lnah|. Ulcerous dlget 
POmS'UUS. Spasmodic a Otctl on of tbe fool. 
PODOPKYLXIN {p6-dO-Hl'-lnl. Purgative principle o 

Mar apple; mandrake. 
PODOPKYL'LUM (p6-dd-fll'-uni1. Koot of Mar apple: see 

Podopb;lllD. 
POIE'SIS. Termination slgnlfyitie production of. 
POIKIL'OBLAST. Hee Folktlooylc. 

POIKIL'OCYTE Ipol-kll'-o^lt). Distorted blood-corpuacle. 
POIKILOCYTO'SIS. Blood In whiob there are polklluaytoa. 
POIKIL,OT[IER'MIC. Uncertain changeable temperatare. 
I>OINTIl.L.AGE' Ipwant-U-abJ'). Msaaage stroking wltb enda 



DICTIONARV OF 



Isi. Sr>e Cunltles. 



P01.'1.EX <por-eka). Tliuml). 
POL'LBX PEP-IS. Great toe. 
POLLUTION. OuaaUiii: i^iiiiatitoii : Hrtlllcanl]> 

POLV-, Prolix denoKiiemBTij-. 
POLYAD'ENOUS ipol-e-ad'-c-nuBj. Supplied wlttl ni 
POLYAN'DRY Ipol-O-aa'-dre). Marriiiga of a worn 



xc-easivij uriiuunt of blood; see 

POLYE3THE'81A (pol-^^*a-tU6'-»e-^lh). Perverted senaatlnn In 
wblch puln 1b duplicated, for loBtaace IT a cut lie made ou 
the band It feela lu Ihougb Beveral cuIb were made. 

POLYCHY1.1C. ExceBBlve secretion of chyle. 

POLYCLIN'IC (pol-^kiln'-ik). Hospital irpaUnK all dl8ea»eB 

POLYCO'RIA. UaplicBllOD o( pdpll in eye. 
POLVCYK'SIS. ProgUKiit nrlth more than one cblld at n time. 
POLYCYST'IC (pol-!^Ut'-lk). Huppllcd Willi many eysia, 
POLYCYTHEMIA ipul-e-Bi-tlle'-me-ah). Abnarnial amount of 

red blood r^orpUBclea. 
POLYDAC'TYLISM. Stale of havlns duplicated anaers on 

POLYDlP'3IA (pol-f-dlp'.ae-alii. Abnormal desire Tor wateror 

drink. 
POLVQALACTIA (pol-e-gal-ak'-le-ah). Abnormal Becretlon of 

milk. 
POLYC'AMY (pol-lg''Bm-f|. HaTlng more than one wife. 
POLYCRO'MA (pol-e-grO'-mahi. Very largo cyM, wllh serous 

POLYHE'HIA (pol-J-lii'-me-ah). Sao Polyemla. 
POLYHVDRAM'NIOS. Abnormal qiiuntlt.v or amniotic duld. 
POLYlDRO'SI3(pol-':--ld-rn--5i«). Ahiiorroal flowof aweal. 
POLVMAa'TlA. Abnormal dupUoatiire o( bl«u1«. 
POLYMAZIA. See Pulymaslla. 



218 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

POLYM'ELUS. Monster with abnormal dnplioatnre of liinlML 
FOLYMORPH'OUS (pol-€-raorr-u8). HaviDg many forms. ' 
POLYNEURITIS (pol-e-na-rl'-tlB). Inflammation of many 

nerves. 
POLYO'PIA (pol-€-6'-pC-ah). Duplication of vision. 
POLYOR'CHIS Having more tlian normal amoant of testes. 
POLYPAR'ESIS. Complete paralysis. 
POLYPATH'IC (pol-<^pathMk). Applied to concomitant 

diseases of a patient. 
POLYPHA'QI A (pol-e-fa'-Je-ah). Unnatural or morbid appetite; 

acute abnormal hunger. 
POLYPH ARTyi ACY (pol-O-far'-mft-so). " Shot^^nn " prescription, 

writing or putting too many ingredients in a oompoand. 
POLYPI F'EROUS (pol-ip-ir-er-irs). Proliflc of a polypus. 
POL'YPLAST. See Multilocular. 
POL'YPOID. Having nature of a polypus. 
POLYP'OTOME (poHp'-6-tom). Instrument for removing 

polypuses. 
POL'YPUS .(pol'-e-pu8). Tumors of various mucous mem- 
branes, especially nose and ears. 
POLYSAR'CIA (pol-e-sar'-se-ah). Obesity. 
POLYSAR'COUS. Pertaining to polysarcia. 
POL'YSCOPE Instrument illuminating cavities for exami> 

nation. 
POLYS'KELUS (pol-is'-kel-UR). Roe Polymelus. 
POLYSO'MIA (pol-e-s6'-me-ah). Monster with body duplication. 
POLYTRICHIA (pol-e-trik'-e-ah). Excessive hirsute growth. 
POLYTRO'PHIA(pol-e-tr6'-fe-ah). Abnormal nutrition. 
POLYU'RIA. Abnormal flow of urine. 
POMADE' (pom-aidO. An aromatic unguent. 
POMA'TUM (p6-m;V-tum). See Pomade. 
POME'GRANATE (pum'-gran-at\ See Granatum. 
POM'PHOLYX (pom'-fo-liks). Acute vesicular skin disease of 

hands and feet. 
PO'MUM ADA'MI (ad-a'-ml). " Adam's apple," q. v. 
POND'S EX'TRACT. Proprietary extract of witch-hazel. 
PONS (ponz). Structure joini ng two parts. 
POPLITE'AL (pop-lit-o'-al). Relating to ham of log. 
POPLITE'US. A muscle of the leg. 

POP'PY. Plant from which opium is obtained; see Papaver. 
PORE (por). Minute vent or hollow tubular depression in 

skin. 
PORO'MA (por-6'-mah). Induration. 
PORO^SIS (por-d'-BlH), Growth of poroma. 
/V^OT'OMV (por-ot'-6-me). Opening nrel^iTaV iu^«A.\». 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 
PO'ROUS (pi'-ruB). SuppH«d with poreF. 
PO'ROUa PLAS'TER. AdhHlve reslnoun I'laatfT perfon 

here and there. 
POR'BIDOE(por'-r]J). Bee Gmcl. 
PORRI'COIpor-l'-sO). Bnil7B™lp dlseaae; peurf. 
POR'RO'S OPERA'TION KiviRion of ulerus and fetUB 

abdnminal eeflloii. 
POR'TA. Applied Ic] Ihc entrance or normal opening a. 

PORTAL, Pertaining to a porta or the portal vein. 
PORTAL VEIN. Prlnctpnl abiIom[nol vrln and tubranc 
PORTE- CAUSTIC. An ln«»uraenl used to apply nltrat 

PORTIO (por'-Bhf-o) frlgnlfyinB n part or portion or. 
PORTIO DU'RA. ThefucEalnerrp. 

PORTIO MOL't.I3(por'-BhC-ainal'.lB). The auditory nerv. 
PORT'-WINE MARK. Blrth-marJt. See Nevna. 
POSOLDQ'ICAI. (p&«M(^'-lk-al^ Pertaining to poaoloey. 
POSOL'OGy (pe-sSl'-o-Je). Treatlae rclntlnif to doBage. 
POSTE'RIOR (pos-lS'-rcHJrt. Pertaining to tlia dorsam. 

plipd to mUBcIcK of the hands and feet. 
POSTHET'OMYfpot-thel'Hi-mel. See ClrcnmclHloD. 
POSTHITIS (pOB-thl'-IlB). Preputial Inflammation. 
POST-MORTEM, Examlnallou. See Autopsy. 
POST-OP'ERATIVE. Occnrrtng after operolion. 
POST-PARTUM (pSet-pnr'-tuiDi. Bueeeeding labor, 
POST-PARTUM HEHORRHAGE. Hemorrhage Just n 



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POTAS'SIUH. MetalUeelemeot resembling polorofaln 
POTION (pa'4hiiD). A liquid doso oC medicine, 
POTT'S DISEASE'. Curvature of apfne due to ^ 

POUCH (powch).. A Rmall Haoorca-rlty. 
POULTICE (pil'-M*). Pasty medlealerl Bubslanoe (orl 

BR bread poultice for felon. 
h)UND. Maximum weight <•! eeveral eyHteina. I'l 
b . avoir, and 12 ouQeea troy. 
WU'PART'S LICAMEMT (poo'-parti), Margin nt «| 

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PRACTICE. PortBtnlDR lo the clientele of u phyBlulan. 
PEACTI'TIONER (prak-tliilr-nii-er). AphyBlclBH. 
PRECIPITANT (prC-*!lp'-li-ftnlh SubsiaDue cBualuE preclpti* 

tkin. 
PRECIP'ITATE Ipri^lp'-ll'at). PuvdeMike Bedlment <iT I 

liquid, due to uhemloal KoDon of a preeitiltnnt. 
PRECOCITY (pre-kos'-lL^I. CoadlUoD Id whlcb uliUdren lur* 

an □tiusuUy bright Intellect; developed too Boon. 
PRECOR'DIA. The eplgutrle region. 
PREDISPOSITION (pre-dls-pd-ziah'-un). DIutheaiB: prenoat 

1 DC II nut I on. ■ 

PREaNAN'CY(pres-D&n'-«e). The condition of be&rlnsnlMIri 

appllod to lena of embryoalo development before birth. 
PREO'NANT. InBBtuIflof pregnancr. q. T. ' 

PRE'lf ATURS LABOR. Bee MlBcarrloKe. < 

PREUON'ITORY, Precursory aymptoms of & dlseue. 
PRENA'TAL (prt'-nl'-UU. Before birth. 

PREPARA'TION (prep-ur-S'-flbun), A mixture; soompaanO: 
FRE'PUCE(pre'-pCiB). ForeBkln of penis. 
PREPUTIAL jpr.'-pQ'-«h»l). Pertaining to prepuce. 
PRESBYKOU'SIS. Deafnesa due lo old age. 
FRESBYO'PIA. Defective vision due to old age, 
PREBCRIP'TION. Written directions of a pbyalclBn for m*K 

Ing a compound. 
PRESENTATION. Applied lo appearance of portion or MUm 

PRBSTBR'NUU tpr^ter'-num). Tbe manubrium. 
PRI'APISM tprl'-ap-Izm). Involuntary penile erection, aOMm- 

paniodby lnten«c pain. 
PRICK'LY HEAT. Rea Miliaria. 
PRIUIP'ARA (prlm-lp'.ar-ah). Applied to a women In Ant 

pregnancy. 
PRIMIP'AROUS <pnm-lp'-ar-ua|. pertaining to a prlmlpara. 
PRIMOR'DIAL. Tbeoriglnof; the beginning. 
PRIN'CIPLE (prln'«lp-l). Chief or Important aon»tltuent, 
PRIBM tprlim). Small trlaugular colnnin of giaaa. 
PRISHAT'IC. HavlngrormofaprlBm. 
PRI'VATES (prl'.vates). Outer genitalia. 
PRO'BANO. Asraall laryngeal instrument. 
FROBE(prab). Small metal rod for eiamiolng Kounda and 

OavltleB. aa for a bullet. 
PRO'CRSS iprO'-eeai. An eminence or prolongation. 
PROCIDENTIA (pro-Bid-en'-Bhe-ah|. See ProlapBUe. 
rROCREA'TlOU (pro-tre-a'-Bhuu). Act of naneratlng 



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DICTIONARY OK TO-DAY. 
PROCTA'QRAlprok-tii'-grBb}. See Proctalgia. 
PROCTAL'QtAlprok-tBl'-Je-ab). Htwlal orsnal 
PBOCTATRE'SIA (prok-lB 



PROCTOCELE (prok'-td.sel). Invereloa and railing dou ii of 

mucoua membraDe of rectum. 
PROCTOCYSTOT-OMV (prQlt-tc«lB-tot'-6-mel. Open, lion 

PROCTODYNIA (prok-tf^ln'-e-ul)). See Proctnlgia. 
PROCTOPAHAL.'YBIS. ParalyBlBofrecLBlrauBcles.aBBphiuutT. 
PROCTOPLASTY. Burflcal opemtlOD fur correctJOD of recLul 

dlseaeea, SB lor pi lea, etc 
PROCTOPLE'GIA (prok-to-plS'-Je-ah). See ProcloparalyBls. 
PROCTOPTO'MA. iDTcnioD und fulling down of mucouB 

PROCTOPTO'SI3 Iprok-mp-W-alBl. Bee Prolocele. 
PROCTOR'RAPHY (prok-tor'-a-le). Repulrlne rectal WDuuds 

by saturiog. 
PROCTORRHA'QIA (prok-tor-S'-Jo-ahl. Bloody rectal Box. 
PROCTORRHE'A(prok-tor-e'-ah). UaDalurnl rectal dlaehBrjce. 
PROCTOT'OMY (prok-tot'-6-rae). Surgical openloe of rucinl 

PRO'DROME(pro'-drflml, Morbid By raptora. 
PROENCEPH'AL.us ipio-eQ-ser-Bl-UB). Moaster wltb aDi,erlar 

cerebral hernia. 
PROFE3'SOR. Sclenlltlc inatraotor In medical or pbaimacc u- 

tlcal college. 
PROG'ENy IproJ'-en-e). Offspring; deacendeiila. 
PROGLOS'SIS. Anterior termination of tongua. 
PROGNA'THOUS dirog-nS'-lhua). Having a, very promli 

PROGNO'SIS (prog-n6'-Bla). Anticipation or predietloa H 

dlfBcultlBB to expect In adlaease. 
PROGNOS'TIC (prog-noB'-tlk). Pertaining to progtioalP. 
PKOCRES'SIVB. Applied togradualluleuBiBcationorgrai 

abalemeatof a disease. 
PROLAPSE', A falling down, aa of the Qletua. 
PROLAP'SIS. Baa Prolapse. 
PROLEP'SIS |pr6-lep'.«lB|. Bee Prognosis. 
PROLEP'TIC(prO-lep'-tllt;. Pertaining vo ^ito\pv>«\»- 
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PROLIGKEROUS (pr6-liJ'-er-UB). Proliflo of germs. 
PROMINENCE. 8ee Process. 

PROM'ONTORY. An eminence. ProcesH of inner ear. 7 
PRONA'TION (prd-nu'-shan). Taming of hand so thaVpalm 

will be underneath. 
PRONATOR (pr(Vna'-tor). Muscle accomplishing pronation. 
PROP'AGATE. To disseminate, as bacteria. 
PROPHYLACTIC (prof-il-ak'-tlk). Agent used to guard 

against diseusc ; a preventive. 
PROPHYLAX'IS (prof-il-aksMs). The using of a prophylaotla 
PROPH'YSIS (prof-is-is). Morbid palpebral adhesion. 
PROPTO'SIS. Hernia; see Prolapse. 
PROPYL'AMINB(prd-pir-am-in). An alkali having smell of 

salt and ammonia. 
PROSECTOR (pr6-sek'-tor). Applied to one who takes some 

portion of a cadaver and dissects it while lecturing. 
PROSOPAL'GIA (pros-o-pal'-Je-ah). Pain in the face. 
PROSOPECTA'SIA (pros-op-ek-ta'-se-ah). Facial hypertrophy. 
PROSOPODYN'IA. Neuralgia of tlie face. 
PROS'OPON. The face. 
PROSOPONEURAL'GIA (pros-op-on-u-ral'-Je-ah). See Prosop* 

odynia. 
PROSOPOSTERNODYM'IA. Double monster Joined anteriorly 

from stcrum up. 
PROSOPOTCCIA (pros-op-<5-td'Hse-ah). Presentation of fetil 

face at os uteri during labor. 
PROSTADYN'IA. See Prostatalgia. 
PROSTATAL'GIA. Pain in the prostate gland . 
PROSTATECTOMY. Removal of part or whole of prosUti 

gland. 
PROS'TATE GLAND. Gland about urethra at neck of bladdR 
PROSTATIC. Pertaining to the prostate. j 

PROSTATI'TIS (pros-tartiMls). Inflammation of prosttli 

gland. 
PROSTATORRHE'A (pros-tat-or-e'-ah). Morbid prostatic dls-l 

charge. 
PROSTITU'TION (pros-tit-u'-shun). State of women who hat«| 

coitus with dilferent men. 
PROSTRA'TION (pros-tru'-shun). Exhaustion from loss 

strength due to extreme dissipation or disease. 
PRO'TAGON (prO'-tag-on). A cerebral glueoside. 
PRO'TEIDS (prO'-tidz). Substances throughout the econoi 

flioe Albumin. 
Pi^OTfi^IFORM (pro-to'-if-ormV lla\\T\s cUaugeable ap] 
once. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 

PROTH'ESIS. Science of supplying an imitation of an abS' 

part. 
PROTOPATH'IC (pr6-t6-path'ik). Primary change of tisst 

to disease. 
PROTOPLASM (prd'-td-plazm). Substance whicli develoi 

into an organized living structure. 
PRO'TOPLAST (pr6'-t6-plast). First germ. 
PROTRACTOR. An instrument for removing foreign bod: 

from a wound. 
PROTU'BERANCB. A part jutting out from the body. 
PROUD'-FLESH. Superfluous granulation ; fUngus. 
PROXIMAL. Nearest. 
PROXIMATE (proxMm-ftt). See Proximal. 
PRU'NUS VIRGINIA'NA. Wild cherry bark used to advan- 
tage in diseases of respiratory tract. 
PRURIGINOUS (pra-riJMn-us). Resembling prurigo. 
PRURI'GO. Chronic inflammation of skin, with papules and 

extreme itching. 
PRURI'TUS (prO-ri'-tus). See Prurigo. 
PRUS'SIC ACID. See Hydrocyanic Acid. 
PSAMMOliAA (sam-d'-mah). Meningeal tumor. 
PSELLIS'MUS (sel-iz'-mus). Imperfect articulation; stam- 
mering. 
PSUEDACU'SIS. False hearing. 

?SEUDARTHRI'TIS (sa-darth-rl'-tis). Spurious arthritis. 
>SEUDARTHRO'SIS (sQ-darth-rd'-sis). A false Joint. 
'SEUDESTHE'SIA. Spurious sensation. 
SEU'DO (sa'-d5). False. 

3EUDOBLEP'SIS(sa-dd-blep'-sis). Deceptive or false vision. 
^EUDOCRI'SIS (sQ-dd-krI'-sis). Apparent height of a dis- 
ease. 

EU'DO-CROUP (sa'-dd-kroop). Spurious croup; spasm of 
the glottis. 

SUDOCYE'SIS (sa-dd-Bl-g'-sis). In a condition simulating 
pregnancy. 

'UDO GANGKLION. Spurious ganglion. 
UDO-HYDROPHO'BI A (sa-d6-h!-drd-f5'-be-ah). Simulation 
f hydrophobia. 

JDO-HYPERTRO'PHIC PARALYSIS. Hypertrophy of 
uscles which become exhausted of their power. 
TDO-LEUKB'MIA (sa-d6-lQ-kS'-me-ah). See Uodgkin's 
sease. 

DO-MEM'BRANE. Spurious membrane. 
OOPHTHrsIS (sa-dop-ti'-sis). General vr«AU\i% vw^^ ,"w^ 
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PBEUDOPLE'OIA (sd-dd-pl^-Je-ah). Condition BlmalaUngptf- 

alysia. 

PBEUDOSCLERO'SIS. Simulation of 8cleroal8, but withoat 

lesions. 
PBEUDOSICIA (sa-doz'-me-ah). Deception of the aenae of 

smell. 
PSILO'SIS (sl-ld'-sls). Cutting away of flesh or hair. 
PSORAS (Bd'-as). The loins. Applied to muscles of the lolna. 
PSOD'YMUS (8od'-lm-us). Two headed monster. 
PSOITIS (sd-r-tls). Inflammation of the psoas znosole, 
PSO^A (Bd'-rab). Bee Scabies. 
PSORELCO'SIS (sd-rel-kd'-sis). Bcabetic ulceration. 
PSORFASIS (sd-rl'-arsis). Chronic scaly disease of skin; yeiy 

sensitive. 
PSOROCO'MIUM (Bd-rd-kd'-me-nm). Institution or department 

where skin diseases are treated. 
PSO'ROUS (Bd'-rus). Resembling or relating to itch. 
PSYCH AL'GIA (Bl-kal'-Je-ah). Headache, due to morbid melan- 

choliac trend of thoughts. 
PSYCH I'ATRY (sl-ki'-at-r^). Science of mental diseases. 
PSY'CHIC (Bl'-kik). Pertaining to the mind. 
PSY'CHICAL. See Psychic. 

PSYCHOL'OGY (sl-kol'-d-Je). Science relating to the mind. 
PSYCHOP'ATHY (sl-kop'-a-the). Mental diseases. 
PSYCHO'SES (s!-k5'-sSz). See Psychopathy. 
PSYCHCSIS. Certain cerebral matter. 
PSYCHROPHO'BIA (sl-kr6-fy-be-ah). Abnormal dread of 

cold. 
PSYDRA'CIA (si-dra'-se-ah). Applied to small pustules. 
PTAR'MIC (tar'-mlk). Drug causing sneezing ; sternutatory. 
PTERYGIUM (ter-iJ'-«-um). Conjunctival induration at inner 

angle of palpepral union. 
PTER'YGOID (ter'-€-gold). Wing-shaped. 
PTILO'SIS (tl-16'-sis). See Madarosis. 
PTIS'AN (tiz'-an). Weak infusion of a medicine. 
PTO'MAINES (to'-mfi-ins). Product of animal putrefaction. 
PTO'SIS (to'-sis). Prolapse of upper eyelid, usually due to 

paralysis. 
PTYAL'AGOGUE (ti-al'-a-gog). See Sialogogue. 
PTY'ALIN (ti'-al-in). A constituent of saliva. 
PTY'ALISM (ti'-al-izm). Abnormal flow of saliva. 
PTYAL'OCELE (ti-ar-6-s61). Tumor due to infiltration of 

saliva. 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 225 

PU'BERTY (pu'-ber-te). Applied to male capable of produci ng 
pregnancy in the female; and applied to female capable of 
conceiving. 

PUHBES (pti'-bez). Prominence covered with hair just over 
genitalia. 

PUBES'CENCE (pu-bes'-ens). Puberty. 

PUBES'CENT. Relating to puberty. 

PUTBIC (pii'-blk). Pertaining to the pubes. 

PUBIOT'OMY (pti-be-ot'-o-me . Pubic section or incision. 

PUDEN'DA (pa-den'-dah). That portion of female genitalia 
which is exposed. 

PUDENDA'QRA (pu-den-dft'-grah). Pudendal pains. 

PUDENDAL. Pertaining to the pudendum. 

PUDEN'DUM. See Pudenda. 

PU'DIC (pa'-dlk). Pertaining to the genitalia. 

PU'ERILE (pu'-er-il). Pertaining to childhood; childish. 

PUER'PERA(pu-er'-per-ah). Applied to a woman during her 
confinement. 

PUER'PERAL (pG-er'-per-al). Pertaining to labor. 

PUER'PERAL CONVUL'SIONS. Convulsions of pregnant 
females. 

PUER'PERAL ECLAMPSIA. See Puerperal Convulsions. 

PUER'PERAL FE'VER. Fever resulting from absorption of 
septic matter during labor. 

PUERPE'RIUM(pti-er-pe'-re-um). Pregnant term of female. 

PULLULA'TION (pul-ti-lft'-shun). A budding. 

PULMOM'ETER (pul-mom'-et-er). Lung-measuring instru- 
ments. 

PUL'MONARY. Pertaining to the lungs. 

PUL'MONARY PHTHI'SIS. Lung disease with progressive 
emaciation of body. 

PULMON'IC. Pertaining to the lungs ; see Pulmonary. 

PULMONECTOMY (pul-mon-ek'-t6-me). Excision of lung. 

PULMONI'TIS (pul-mo-ni'-tis). Inflammation of lung. 

PULP. Mushy pliable substance. 

PULPI'TIS (pul-pi'-tis). Inflammation of pulp of a tooth. 

PULSATILLA (puls-at-il'-ah). An emmenagogue herb; su- 
dorific. 

PULSA'TION (pul-sa'-shun). A beating, as of the pulse. 

PULSE. Arterial throbbing due to blood being literally 
pumped through them. 

PULSIM'ETER (pul-sim'-e-ter). Instrument for measuring 
pulse. 

PULTA'CEOUS (pal-t5'-she-us). ResembWrvg^xxV^. 

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PUL'VERIZE (pur-yer-Iz). To convert a solid to a powder bjr 
crushing:. 

PULVERIZATION (pul-ver-I-zfi'-shun). The act of palrer- 
izing. 

PUL'VIS. SecPulver. 

PUMP'KIN SEED. See Pepo. 

PUNC'TA (punk'-tah). Plural of punctum. 

PUNCTATE. Supplied with puncta. 

PUNCTUM (punk'-tum). A point. 

PUNCTUM PROX'IMUM. Applied to nearest point permit- 
ting clear vision. 

PUNCTUM REMOTUM. Applied to farthest point permitting 
clear vision. Opposed to Punctum Proximum, q. v. 

PUNCTURE (punk'-tar). Small incision, as with a lancet. 

PUN'OENT (pun'-Jent). Burning; sharp. 

PU'PIL (pu'-pil). Opening of iris of eye, permitting passage of 
rays. 

PUTIL, ARGYLL-ROB'ERTSON. Bee Argyll Robertson. 

PU'PILLARY (pQ'-pii-ft-re). Pertaining to the pupil. 

PUPILOM'ETER (pQ-pil-om'-et-er). Instrument for determin- 
ing size of pupil. 

PURGA'TION (per-gft'-shun). The action of a cathartic; active 
fecal discharge. 

PUR'GATIVE. An agent producing active fecal discharge of a 
fluid nature. 

PURGE. See Purgative. 

PU'RIFORM (pa'-re-form). Resembling pus. 

PU'RIFY (pQ'-re-fi). To eliminate impurities. 

PUROMU'COUS. See Mucopurulent. 

PURTURA(per'-pQ-rah). Livid cutaneous patches, with gen- 
eral debility ; scurvy. 

PUR'PURATB. Purpuric ac}d and a base. 

PURPUR'IC. Pertaining to or resembling purpura. 

PURPURIC ACID. A constituent of uric acid. 

PUR'PURINE (per'-pti-rin). Abnormal red urinary substance. 

PUllULENT (pQ'-rO-lent). Resembling or relating to pus; 
pus-producing. 

PUS. Substance having consistency of cream forming about 
Inflammation. 

PUS'TULA. Pustule, q. v. 

PUS'TULA MALIG'NA. See Anthrax. 

PUS'TULAR. Pertaining to or resembling pustules. 

PUSTULA'TION (pus-ta-ia'-shun). Pustular production. 

PUSTULE (pus'-tQl). Small rounded inflammation of cuticle, 
due to fiub-cu tan ecus collection of puR. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 2Z7 

PUTREFACTION (pfl-trf-fak'-Bhun). Fetia aiMolutlon and 

decompoBltloD of antmal or vegetable BubBUncc. 
PUTRES'CENT(pa-tre»'-OQtl. EeconiioK deoareil: see Putre- 

faction. 
PU'TRESCINE (pO'-trSB-ln). Non-poUonoua ptomaine, proaaet 

of pit trr! faction. 
PU'TRID (pil'-trld). A fetid eondltlon rssulUng frora pntro- 

PUTRID FE-VER. See Typhus Fever, 

PUTRIDITY. See Putrid. 

PVARTHRO-SIS. Purulent Inflammation ol a Joint. 

PYELl'TIS (pl-cl-I'-ll«), PaWlo renal inflanimotlon. 

PYELOM'CTSR. Instrument for meaearlng pelvla. 

PYE'MIA (pI-S'-m6-ah). Purulent condition of blood, duo to 

absorbtlon of septic matter. 
PYE'SIS. See Suppuration. 

PYOODID'VMUS. Qlutealjolned double monster. 
PY1N. Puralent coostilnent. 
PYLEPHLEBI'TIB(pl-l&-a«b.l'-tlHl. Inflammatlonof the portal 

PYLORECTOMY (pl-loMk'-tfr-me). Pyloric excision. 

PYLORTC (pl-lor'-lk). Psrlalnlng to tlie pylorua, 

PYLOR'O PLASTY (pl-lor'-0-pla»'-te), Burgory roBtorinj normal 

function of pylorus. 
PYLOR'Ua (pl-iar'-us). That part of Btoraaoh which eonneots 

immedialaly wt lb bowels, 
PYOCOI.'POS (pl-O-kol'-pesj. Purulent matter In the vagina. 
PYOGEN'EaiS (pl-6-jen'-e-»is), Produotlon of pus, 
PYOQaN'IC(pl-&-jBn'-llt). Having nature of pyogencsla. 
PYOHBVIA (pl-d-hi'-me-ah). See Pyemia. 
PY'OID ^pl'^)Id). PuB-like. 

PYOHBTRA (pl-S-mi-'-trah). Purulent matter tn tbo womb. 
FYOPNEPHRO'SIS <p1-<S-nef-r6'-ele). Ncphdlla with formation 

ol purulent matter. 
PYONEUMOTHO'RAX (pl-6-na-mG-tha'-rakB). QadeoUB empy- 

PYOPOIE'SIS (pI-6-polH;'-slB). See Pyogoaesia. 

PYORRHE'A (pi-or-i-'-ab). Purulent flow. 

PYOSAI.'FINX. Purulent matter In tbo oviduct. 

PYO-SIS. SeePyeslB. 

PYOBTAT'IC. An agent opposed to suppuration. 

PYOTHO'RAX (pl-O-tliO'caks). Sec Pie urapos tenia. 

PYR'AMID (plr'-ara-ldl. Applied to a part with a bant «WcV 

tapers to a point on top. 
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PYRAMIDA'LB. Rmall bone of the wrlRt. 

PYRAMID AXIS. Applied to a number of abdominal pyram- 
idal muBoles. 

PYRBTHRUM. A certain root, increasing saliyary aeeretlOB. 

PYRETIC (pl-ret'-i k). Pertai ning to feve^. 

PYRETOQEN'ESIS (pl-ret>^jen'-e8-is). ProducUon of fever. 

PYRETOO'RAPHY (pl-retrog'-rfirfe). DescripUon of fever. 

PYRETOL'OOY (pi-ret-ol'-6-Je). Descriptive treatise oa fbyenL 

PYREXIA (pl-reks'-e-ah). Bee Fever. 

PYR1DIN (pir'-id-in). Coal-tar derivative used in soma ilswiiM 
of the respiratory tract. 

PYR'IPORM (pir'-if-orm). Resembling shape of a pear. 

PYR'ODIN (pir'-^^in). Febriftige powder. 

PYROMA'NIA. Mental aberration in which there is an In tome 
desire to burn property. 

PYRO'SIS (pl-rd'-sis). Burning sensation in stomach. 

PYROT'IC (pl-rot'-ik). Applied to an agent causing a burniDg; 
see Lunar Caustic. 

PYROX'YLIN (pl-roks'-il-in). Gun-cotton, used to make cot 
lodion. 

PYTHOOENIC PE'VER (p1-th6-jenMk). See Enteric Fever. 

PYU'RIA (pI-Q'-r€-ah). Purulent urine. 



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QUACK (kwak). One who claims to have a knowledge of the 
science of medicine but who only has a smattering of it; 
one who advertises to cure all diseases. 

QUACK'ER Y (kwak'-er-€). Relating to the practice of a qaaek. 

QUADRANGULAR. Applied to a four-angled body. 

QUADRATUS. A squaie; applied to muscles resembling a 
square. 

QUAD'RICEPS (kwod'-re-seps). Applied to number of muscles 
of the hip. 

QUADRIQEM'INAL BOD'IES. See Corpora Quadrigemina. 

QUADRILAT'ERAL (kwod-ri-lat'-er-nl). Four-sided. 

QUAD'RUPED (k\vod'-ru-ped). An animal having four feet. 

QUAL'ITATIVE ^kwol'-it-a-tiv). Pertaining to quality, as qual- 
itative analysis in which only tlie ingredients are sought 
without tlic quantity. 

QUAN'TITIVE. Pertaining to quantity, as <inantitative ana^ 
j^els in vhlch the quantity of each ingreditMit is sought. 
QUAN'TUM S UFFICIT. A Fufficlent quanUXy . 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 229 

QUAR'ANTINE (kwar'-an-t5n). The act of detaining before 
admitting to residence, persons coming troxn. a place in* 
fee ted with disease. 

QUART (kwort). Two pints. 

.QUAR'TAN FE'VER. Malaria returning every fourth day. 

QUAS'SIA (kwos'-she-ah). "Wood used as a bitter tonic. 

QUAS'SIN (kwosMn). Active bitter principle of quassia. 

QUEBRA'CHO (kg-brah'-k5). Cardiac tonic. 

QUEEN'S ROOT. See Stlllingia. 

QUER'CUS (kwer'-kus). Oak. 

QUICK'ENINQ. Applied to time when a gravid female feels 
fetal movements In the uterus. 

QUICKXIME (kwlk'-lim). Oxide of calcium ; see Lime. 

QUtCK'SILVER. See Mercury. 

QUILLA1A (kwll-&'-yah). Soap bark ; a sternutatory. 

QUINCE'.SBED. SeeCydonlum. 

QUIN'IA (kwln'-e-ah). See Quinine. 

QUINIC FE'VER. Febrile disease with eruption of skin some- 
times affecting one making quinine preparations. 

QUINTDINE. An alkaloid of cinchona. 

QUININ'A. See Quinine. 

QUIN'INE (kwln'-€n). White alkaloid of cinchona, very bitter 
taste; tonic, stimulant, antlperlodlc. 

QUININ1SM (kwin-Sn'-izm). Condition Xtom exoeulve use of 
quinine. 

QUINOIDINE (kwln-oldMn). . See Chlnoldln. 

QUIN'ONE. Derivative of quinine. 

QUIN'SY (kwln'-zy). Febrile disease with acute tonsillitis. 

QUINTAN (kwin'-tan). Malaria returning every fifth day. 

QUINTES'SENCB (kwln-tes'-sens). Kxtract of a Bubstanoe 
containing the active Ingredients in condensed form. 

QUIZ (kwiz). Interrogation of students by a teacher who pro- 
pounds "knotty" questions after they have attended 
lectures on a subject. 

QUOTIDIAN FE'VBR. Malaria with paroxysm each day. 



R. 

RAB'ID. Condition of one who has the rabies. 
RAB'IES (rab'-ez). Hydrophobia of dumb brutes. 
RACEMOSE (ras'^mds). Applied to celte aiia%\«jaa& OiVaaX^wA. 

like grapes, 
RACHIAI^'OIA Cra-kg-al'-J©-ah). See B.\ia«W^B\«\«- 



flO WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL ^ 

RACHIDIAN (rftrkid'-e^n). Bee Rhaohidiam 

RACHITIS (rfirkl'-Us). See Rhaohitia. 

RACHIOTOME (rak'-^^tdm). See Rhaohiotomeu 

RA1>IAL (rft'-de-al). Pertaining to the radios. 

RADICAL. A substance which admits combination with s 

simple body. Applied to actiye treatment fbr ellmlziattOB 

of a diseased condition. 
RAiyiCLB. Rootlet of a plant, for absorption of nntrltloni 

elements flrom earth. 
RA1>IUS (rft'-de-us). Small outer bone of the forearm. 
RA'DIX (rft'-diks). A root 
RACWORT. Drug increasing flow of urine; also an emmsiip 

agogue. 
RAIL'WAY SPINE. Spinal disturbance due to riding on i 

train. 

RALE (rahl). Abnormal rattling sound emanating froa. 

bronchi. 
RAMIFICATION (ram-if-ik-&'-6hun). Applied to the oflUiooti 

or divisions of a part. 
RAMOLLISSEMENT (rah-md-lfis'-mong). Softening or degeih 

eration of a part. 
RA'MUS (r&'mus). A branch. 

RANXID (rau'-sid). Having a rank smell as old batter. 
RA'NINE ARTERY (r&'-nin). Lingual artery. 
RAN'ULA (ran'-u-lah). Under the tongue. 
RAN'ULA TUMOR. Small sub-lingual tumor. 
RAPE (r&p). Coitus with a female, attended with force and 

assault, she being opposed to the action; knowledge of 

female under age of consent. 
RAPHA'NIA (raf-&'-ne-ah). Articular spasm, caused by eating 

raphanus, q. v. 
RAPHA'NUS (raf-fi'-nus). Wild radish. 
RA'PHE (ra'-fig). A suture; lines of the body resembling i 

suture. 
RAP'TUS. Forcible seizure, 

RAREFACTION (rar-e-fak'-shun). Act of making less dense. 
RASCETA (ras-o'-tah). Several transverse wrinkles or lines on 

wrist Just above palm of hand. 
RASH. Prickly disease of the skin. 
RAS'PATORY (ras'-pat-o-re). Instrument for scraping neciotio 

bone. 
RATIONS (ra'-shuns). Daily meals. 
RATS'BANE. Arsenious acid. 
RATTLE. See JRAle. 
MA UCE^DO (ra w-se-'do). HoarBeness, c^. n . 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAT, 2S1 

REACTION (re-a&'-BbQii]. That wblch la produced by a re- 

|ltBA'QENT(r#~fi'-JeDt). A substance used to estlmale iagredl- 

nts nnd quunlltj' of a compound by anulysis. 
f KEAUMUR THERMOMETER. Thermometer wltb freeilDg 

point at 0° and the boiling polatSO°. See ThermometerB. 
KfcBC'IPE(res'-lp->;0. A preaciiptlon; abbreviation R. 
■:KBCLINA'TI0N (reh-lln-a^Uun). Asa um log a reclining 
■ position. 

I KEC'REMENT (rek'-r«-menl). A secretion which admits or 
reabaorptlon. 
RECttODEa'CENCB. SeeRelapse. 
RECTAL <rek'-tal). Portalolns to the rectum. 
RECTAL'GIA. Palo lu the rectum. 
RECTIFIED (rek'-tl-IId). Corrected. Applied to BubetaDoea 

which have been dlalUled. 
RECTI'TIS {reb-ti'-tls|. Inflammation of the rectum. 
RECTOCELE (rok'-to-»«l). Hernia of the rectum. 
RECTOSCOPE (lek'-toskOp). InBtrunicnluaed to keep rectum 

RBCTOSTENO'SIS. Stenoslsoftherectiim. 

RECTOT'OMY, Rectal la clslan. 

RSCTUM (rek'-tum). That portion of luteatluea from eoloa 



RECUR'RENT. Dlieasewith periodical attacks. 
RED'-QUM. Rash obaorved la children durlog deutltlon. 
REDU'CIBLE. Capable of helng reduced. 
REDUCTION (rf-dak'-«hun). Replacing a part which tilui 

been displaced. 
REDUPLICATION. The aot of doubling. 
REFLECTION (re-Qek'-sbun). Tbe throwing back of rnya of 

light. 
RE'FLEX (rc'-fleka). luvoliintary muacnlar or organic raove- 

menl, due to excitement of nervee. 
REFRACTION (re-rrak'-ihun|, Bending or breaklag of Ught- 

ruy»i. due to passing through dissimilar media. 
REPRACTURE (r^frak'-tare). Operation of brenklng a bone, 

which hoa been fnictared and united Improperly. 
REFRIG'KKANT (rt-frlj'-er-antl. Agent causlnB lowering 

temperature; aeeLlruon. 

11). Tbe ac\. cit teA.-iitii'ii* 



282 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

REGENERATION (re-Jen-er-u'shun). Second prodnotlon of ft 
part. 

REQ'IMEN (rej'-lm-en). Systematic diet. 

RE'GION (re'-Jun). A portion of the body. 

REGIONAL (r^'-Jun-al). Pertaining to a region. 

REQOJLAR. Applied to a methodical proceeding. 

REGURGITATION (re-ger-Jit-ft'-shun). Abnormal baokwart 
expulsion of the contents or secretions of a part. 

REIMPLANTATION. Patting a tooth back In Ito socket. 

RE-INFECTION. Repeated InfecUon. 

RBINOCULATION. Repeated Inoculation. 

REINSCH'S TEST. Using copper to test for anenlo. 

REISS'NER'S MBM'BRANB. A cochleal membrane. 

RBJUVBNES'CBNCE (re-JQ-Yen-es'-ens). RettoraUon to OOB- 
dition of youth. 

RELAPSE'. Return of disease after patient has nearly re- 
covered. 

RELAP'SING PE'VER. Acute remitting fever, usually attack- 
ing a community. 

RELAX'ANT (rS-laks'-ant). An agent producing relaxatton. 

RELAXATION. An unbending; a loosening. Oppoetteof eOB- 
traction. Abatement of a disease. 

REMAK'S GANQ'LION. A ganglion of the heart. 

REME'DIAL (r^m^-de-al). Pertaining to or resembling a 
remedy. 

REM'EDY (rem'-g-dS). A curative agent. 

REMIS'SION (r^mish'-un). Applied to a temporary oeeeatloa 
of a disease. 

REMITTENT. Disease with continued temporary oeailiig 
and returning of paroxysms, as remittent fever. 

REMITTENT FE'VER. Fever with marked abatemeat, bat 
which returns again during the day. 

RE'NAL (rC'-nal). Pertaining to the kidneys. 

RENIFORM. Resembling shape of the kidney. 

REN'NET. Inner membrane of calfs stomach ; also an in- 
fusion made Arom same. 

REPEL'LENT. Having power to repel or drive away a ooi^ 
dition. 

REPLETION (r^plS'-shun). Condition of fulness. 

REPOSITION (rg-po-si'-tion). A replacing in its normal posi- 
tion. 

REPOS'ITOR. Instrument used to accomplish reposition. 

REPRODUCE' (rg-pro-dOs'). To generate young. 

l?£PRODUCTION. The act of producing oflbpring. 
REPRODUCTIVE, Pertaining to TeproducUoti. 



litESECTlON (n'-sek'-sliunl. Cutting nway uf port of u bone 

RESID'UAL (ri--zld'-u-Bl). PerUinliig to rt»lilue. 

RES'IDUE. Tbat which U len. 

RES[D'UUM(reB-id'-a-am). See Resldae. 

RESH-lENCE (re-zll'-yens). Rplatiog to elasticity of a part. 

RES'IN(rezMn). ABEml-aoilil nil. 

R£S1N PLASTER (rez'-In). A plaacer In wblah the vehicle 
for the medtcament U a resin. 

RES'INOUa(rezMn-uB). Penalning In or resembling a rOBin. 

RESOLU'TIOMrea-o-hV-shun). Disappearance of u dlaeau; 
analysis, 

RESOLVENT (re-zolv'-ont). An agent causing swelling and 
luraora to diaappenr. 

RES'ONANCE |rez'-on-aDs). Auscultation ehestsoijnd.slgnlll- 
cunt o( lung disease. 

RESOR'CIN (re-sor'-^lo). A valaable antiseptic: alsn a febri- 
fuge. 

RESORPTION (r$-sorp'-ehUD). AbBorptlun of purulent mat' 

RESPIRATION {reg-plr-S'4hun). Inspiration and explratloa, 

RES'PIRATOR (res'-plr-i-lor). Inslramenl to ellmlnatB tm- 

RESPIR'ATORV. Ferlalnlnelo respiration, 

RESTIFORM. Kesembllng a. cord. 

RESURRECTIONIST. A grave-robber. 

RESUSCITATION (r6-Bus-lI-a'-8hun(. RevlTal of latent vltalltr 

in those who have inhaled gas or been very nearly drowned. 
RETCH. Violent attempte to vomit. 
RETE (rS--ie). A net-work or plesus. 
RETENTION. I>elayed normal discharge, as retention of the 

urine. 
RETICULAR. Resembling a net. 
RETICULUM. A net-work. 
RET'INA. Retlenliir expansion of optic nerve. 
RETINACULUM (ret-ln^ik'-u-lumi. A realralolng ligament. 
RET'INAL Pertaining to tbo retina. 
RETINITIS <rol-lii-r-tia). Inflammation of the retina. 
RETINOS'COPV. SeeOphthalmosoopy. 
RETORT' (rfrtorf). Vessel with long carved tal)B, an Impla- 

roentof dlaUtlatlon. 
RETRACTILE (re-trak'-lU). Permitting relro«Ui«v. 
RETRACTION (re-lrBk--aliUQ>. Making a^lOT^ftl « 4.t».Vi.-n« 

backvitnl. 



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04 WARNER'S POCKET MEDIGAI« 

RETRACTOR. Applied to muBCles accompIlBhinif retrmctlon. 
An inBtrument used in Burgical operations. 

RETRAHBNS. Applied to muBcle accomplishing retraction 
of the ear. 

RETROCES'SION (r^trO-sesh'-un). Progressing: backward. A 
relapse. 

RETROCLU'SION. A method of acnpressure, q. v. 

RETROCOLIC (ret-rd-kol'-ik). Pertaining to mosclea at pos- 
terior portion of neck. 

RETROFLEXION (r^trd-flek'-shun). Bending backward. 

RET'ROQRADE (reV-r6-grftd). Proceeding backward. 

RETROOCULAR (re-tr6-ok'-Q-lar). Situated behind the eye- 
ball. 

RETROPHARYNQE'AL (re-tr6-far-inje-al). Behind the phar- 
ynx. 

RETROPUL'SION (rcMr6-pttl'-shun). Forcing back. 

RETRO VACCINATION (rMro-vak-sin-ft'-shun). Vaccinating 
a cow with virus obtained from man. 

RETROVER'SION (r^trd-ver-'shun). Bark ward bending of the 
womb. 

REU'NION (re-tln'-yun). Union of parts which have been 
separated. 

REVIVIFICATION (r€-viv-if-ik-a'-8hun). See Resuscitation. 

REVUL'SANT. Agent causing revulsion. 

REVU LESION. Drawing morbid fluids away from a dlaeaeed 
part. 

REVUL'SIVE (r6-vul'-siv). Agent producing revulsion. 

RHACHIAL'GIA (ra-ke-al'-Je-ah). Pain in the spine. 

RHACHIDIAN. Pertaining to the spine. 

RHACHIOCAMP'SIS irS-k^-o-kamp'-sis). Spinal curvature. 

RHACHIOCHY'SIS (rg-ke-o-kl'-sis). Dropsical inflammation of 
the spine. 

RHACHIOCYPHO'SIS (r&-kC-0-6i-f5'-6i8). Crooked-back ; hunoh- 
back. 

RHACHIODYN'IA (rii-ke-6-din'-e-ah). Pain in the spine. 

RHACHIOMYELITIS (ra-k&K>-im-el-r-ti8). Inflammation of 
spinal cord. 

RHACHIOPLE'GIA (ra-ke-e-ple'-je-ah). Paralysis of the Bpine. 

RHACHIOSCOLIO'MA (ra-ke-o-skoMC-o-mah). Bending of spine 
to one side. 

RHACHIOSCOLIO'SIS (ra-ke-o-sko-le-o'-sis). Spinal curvature. 

RHA'CHIOTOME (ra'-ke-6-t0m). Instrument for opening spine. 

RHACHIOT'OMY (ra-ke-ot'-6-me). Using of rhachiotonae, q. v. 

RHA 'CHJS. Th e spi n e. 
RHACHIS'CHISIS (ra-kis'-kls-is). FiSBure ol Uv^ %^\tv^. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 286 

RHACHITIC. Pertaining to rhachitis. 

RHACHI'TIS (r&-ki'-tiB). See Rickets. 

RHACO'MA (r&-kd'-mah). Roughness of skin ; chapping. 

RHACO'SIS (r&-k6'-sis). Condition due to rhacoma. 

RHAQ'ADE. Ulcerous chapping or fissure. 

RHAM'NUS PURSHIA'NA. See Cascara Sagrada. 

RHAT'ANY (rat'-an-€). See Krameria. 

RHEQ'MA (reg'-mah). Vascular or vesicular rupture. 

RH£l(r6M). See Rhubarb. 

RHSaJM (re'-um). Pee Rhubarb. 

RHEUMARTHRCSIS (rQm-arth-r6'-6iB). Rheumatic arUcnlar 
inflammation. 

RHBUMATAL'QIA. Persistent rheumatic pain. 

RHEUMATIC. Pertaining to rheumatism. 

RHEUM'ATISM (rQm'-at-izm). Feverish aflTection with pains 
in bones and Joints. 

RHEUM'ATOID (rQm'-at-oid). Resembling rheumatism. 

RHEUM'ATOID ARTHRITIS. Deformity and inflammaUon 
of a Joint. 

RHI'NAL (ri'-nal). Pertaining to the nose. 

RHINAL'QIA (ri-nal'-Je-ah). Pain in the nose. 

RHINENCEPH'ALUS. Cyclopian monster with rudimentary 
nose. 

RHINEURYN'TER (ri-nu-rin'-ter). Tiny apparatus for stop- 
ping up nostrils. 

RHINITIS (rln-I'-tis). Inflammation of the inner membranes 
of nose. 

RHINCBYON. Tampon for stopping up mistrils. 

RHINOCEPH'ALUS (ri-n6Hser-a-lus). See Rhinencephalus. 

RHINOCLEI'SIS. Stopping up of nose. 

RHINODYNIA (rl-nd-din'-e-ah). Pain in the nose. 

RHIN'OLITH (rr-no-lith). Stone in the nose. 

RHINOLITHFASIS (rl-nd-lith-I'-a-sis). Production of rhinolith. 

RHINOL'OQIST (rl-nor-O-Jist). One who treats diseases of the 
nose. 

RHINOL'OQY (rl-nol'-d-Je). Treatise on diseases of the nose. 

RHINONECRO'SIS (ri-no-n^kro'-sis). Decay of bones of nose. 

RHINOPHO'NIA(r!-nd-f5'-ne-ah). Sound as though "talking 
through the nose." 

RNINOPHY'MA (ri-nd-f !'-mah). Nasal swelling due to inflam- 
mation of nasal tissue. 

RHIN'OPLASTY (rIn'-6-plas-te). Operation correcting nasal 
deformity whether acquired or not. 

RH 1 NOPOL'YPUS (rI-n6-pol'-ip-UB). li; aaa\ v^X'S V>a^^ \ ^^^ ^^:J^' 

PU8, 






WAKSER'8 POCKET MEDICAL 

.. Hemorrhag.' fr. 



INORRHA'OIA irl-Dor-d'-J^-ali 
NORRHE'A irl-nor-e'iili}. Discbarge IMim ti™r, 
NOSCLERO'MA Irl-DO^kierHy-maliJ. Indurated conditio 
<r iisAal membrmiug. 

NOSCOPK (rt'-ns-skfip). InBlmraent for esBiDlnlnc aose. 
NOS'COPY (ri-DoB'-ki'j-pii). I'aliig llie rhinoscope. 
N05TEGN0'SIS(r1-iia-BtPs-n'}'-elB>. Stopping up of Doalrlli 
'ZOME m'-zSm). Applied lo planU in wl 
I long earth. 

RHOICBOID. ReserobllnK shape of rhnmbui. 
RKOUBOfDEUS (rom-bol'-d^UB). Rbombold muscle of 

ahoulder. 
RHON'CUS (ron'-kUB). Abnormal bronchial sound. 
RHU'BARB (rd'-barb). A purgative agoot: rhpum. 
RHUS GLA'BRA {ru« gU'-brali). Poisonous sbrub wltb utda-. 
gent properllea. 



'ved, transTersD booes protecting 

RICE. See Oryia, 

HICI'NI OL'EUM(riB-l-nlal'*-um). CMtoroll; gant 
R1CK'ET3 (rlt'-*U>. Disease of the spine, beglnnl 
hood. In wblch portion of II becomes humped. 
Rl'DER'S-BONE. Growth of bone nn Iblgh muacle, doa to 

RiaiO^TY(rlJ-ld'-lt-«i. Stiffness; InflexIbllUy. 

RI'GOR (ri'-eor). Rigidity, wlih lack of warmtl 

RI'OOR UORTIS. Sllffoessoracorpse. 

Rl'MA Id'-mafa). AnopeniDg; acrackortbaui 

RI'MOUS (rt'-musl. Having Assures. 

SINO. A continuous aubatancs inclofilug a plaae clmolar 

apace, aa remorat lihg. 
KINtyWORM. Term used b; the \a,it,y to express a, chronlA 

form of herpea, occurring In IlLEle clrelei 
SI'NOLITE. B«eRlilnollth. 
RI'OLAN-S MUS'CLE. A muscle of the ey< 
RIPE, Mature; fully developed. 
RISO'RIUS (ri-B6'-re-us|. A njuscle springing from pitroUA 

gland. 
RI'SUS SARDDN'ICUB. Sardonic facial expresslODirll 

(rob'-<ir-Hnt). Remedy nVtli VraVo 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY, T^T 

RCVBUST. Hale; hearty. 

ROCHELLE' SALT (rd-fihel'sawlt). Tartrate of potash and 
soda. 

ROCK' CAN1>Y. A mass of crystals of sugar. 

RO'DENT UL'CER. Morbid ulcer slowly but gradually en- 
larging. 

ROENT'OBN RAYS (r6-ent'-gen). See " X " rays. 

ROL'LER (r61'-er). A roll of narrow bandaging material. 

ROM'BERQ'S 8IQN. Inability to stand steadily when eyelids 
are closed, significant of locomotor ataxy, q. v. 

ROOT. Ramifications of a plant under the earth, by which 
it absorbs sustaining elements. 

RO'PY (rd'-pe). Viscous ; glutinous. 

RO'SA. Rose. 

ROSA'CEA (r6-z&'-she-ah). See Acne Rosacea. 

R08AN1LIN (rd-zanMMn). Applied to several salts used in 
albuminarla. 

ROSE (r6?). See Erysipelas. Rose-plant. 

ROSE-CATARRH' (rdz-kat-arO. See Hay Fever. 

ROSE'MARY (r6z'-m&-re). Local stimulant ; see Rosmarinus. 

ROSE'OLA (r6-s^-d-lah). Rose-like Inflammation of the skin. 

ROSE'-RASH. See Roseola. See Erysipelas. 

ROSIN (rozMn). See Resin. 

ROSIN-WEED. Compass-plant; produces emesis and dia- 
phoresis. 

ROSMARI'NUS (ros-mar-r-nus). See Rosemary. 

ROS'TRATE. Resembling a beak. 

ROST'RIFORM. See Rostrate. 

ROS'TRUM. A beak or similar projection. 

RO'SY. Resembling a rose; red. 

ROTACISIAUS (rd-ta-sls'-mns). See Lallation. 

ROT ACTION (r6-t&'-sbun). Mo ving on 1 U ax is. 

ROTA'TOR (r6-t&'-tor). Applied to a muscle causing rotation 
of a part. 

ROT'HELN (rft'-teln). Mild attack of rubeola. 

ROT'TEN. See Putrefaction. 

ROTTXERA (rotMer-ah). See Kamala. 

ROT'ULA (rot'-Q-lah). The knee-pan, so named from its resem- 
bling shape of a little wheel. ' 

ROT'ULAR. PertainlYig to the patella. 

ROUND LICAMENTS. Applied to ligament of uterus and 
also of the liver. 

RUBET>0 rrd-be'-dd). Reddening of the skin. 

RUBEFA'CIENT (ru-bc-la'-shent). M.ed\cVive> v'c^^^^'^'^^^ '^'^^" 
noBB of skin. 



ass WARSER-H POI-KE- 

JHJBEFACTION (rt-bC-fnk'-shuu), AetloD of a rubefacient. 
I SUBEL'LA. Bee BubeolB. 
BUBE'OLA (rQ-bf-a-tati)' MeaHle«: dlseme attacking alc^ 

passugea of chlldreu.altoDded with au eruption of HDudl 

reddlsti exrollatins otrulee. 
BUBICmOUS (rO-biJ'-ln-uH). RuBty-colofed. 
RUBES'CENT. Scarlet nppearaDoe uf skin di 



SU'BUS(rQ'-buB). Blackberry; tonic and astrluifeul. 

BUCTA'TIO (nic-ta'-shS-O). Beo Eructstlou. 

KUCTUa (ruk'-tu8). Same na Ructotlo. 

BUDIMEN'TARY (ril-dlrii-en'-ta.re). Heferrlng to prlmttlTi 

state. AiipUed tu dcrormlly wblcU will uever develop 

properly. 
KDSIrQI. See Buta. Enimenagogae and tontc. 
BU'QA (rO'-gub). A wrinkle, as ofa membruue. 
KUG1NATION {ru-Bln-a'-«hun). Scraping. 
SUGITIS (rQ-JI'-tlB). Pee Tinnitus Aurlum. See Flatulenott. 
RUQOS'ITY (ra-goB'-lt-e). Havlnganumberof rnsffiorwrlnkli 
SU'GOUS. See Rugosity. 
RDM. An Intoxicating beverage. 

RU'HEN. The cud or first stomacli of rumlnBtlne animals. 
RU'MKX(rQ'-mekB). Yellowniock; alterative and tonic. 
BUMINA'TION(m-niln-S'-^hun). Act of chewing food after It 

hHH been deposited In the rnmen. 
RUMINOT'OHY (rn-ra1n-ol'-rt-inC'J. InclBloii of thi 
RUMP. Thecoccyi. Theglatel. 

RUN. Popular term for pnruleat discbarge or eiudatloD. 
HUTIA (ru'-pe-ah). Fetid ulcerouB dlBeaae InwLlohthe 

RDP^URE (rup'-tQr). Protrusion of H, part wllhoot 

container; a breaking of a vesical body. 
HUS'BIAN. PerlBloIng to or coming from Ruiisls. 
RUT. Heated desire of animals for connection. 
RUTA (rO'tab). Alterative and emmenagogue; see 
RUTA'CJE (rQ-to'-ka). SeeRne. 

RUTIDtyaia (rft-tld^'.BlB). Rugous condition of oor 
RYE (ri). Grain used tOr bread and making liquors. 



SABl'NA (■sa-bi'-nah). SeoSnvlue. 
SAB'UI.OUS (Bab'-a-lOM). GrUly. 
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DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 239 

lAC (sak). Envelope or pouch. 

BACCATE (sak'-&t). Pouched. 

iACCHARA'TED. Impregnated with sugar. 

iACCHAREPHIDRO'SIS (sak-ar-eMd-rd'-sls). Perspiration con- 
taining sugar. 

SACCHARIF'EROUS (sak-ar-if-er-us). See Saccharated. 

SACCHARIN (sak'-ar-in). Intensely sweet substance obtained 
from coal-tar. 

SACCHAROOEN'ESIS. Generation or production of sugar. 

3ACCHAROM'ETER (sak-ar-om'-e-ter). Instrument to deter- 
mine proportion of sugar in a solution. 

SACCHAROMY'CES (sak-ar-d-mi'-sgz). Yeast fungi. 

SACCHARORRHE'A (sak-ar-or-€'-ah). Sugar in the urine; see 
Glycosuria. 

SAC'CHARUM (sak'-ar-um). Sugar made from cane sugar. 

SAC'CUS. See Sao. 

SACHET' POWDER (sash-S'). A highly perfumed powder. 

SACCHOLACTIN (sak-o-lak'-tin). See Sugar of Milk. 

SACCIFORM. Having shape of sac. 

SAC'CULA'TED (sak'-a-ia-ted). See Saccate. 

SACCULE (sak'-Ql). A small sac. 

SACCULU8. Same as saccule. 

SACCUS. See Sac. 

SA'CRAD (sfi'-krad). Toward the sacrum. 

SACRADYNIA (sfirkra-din'-€-ah). Pain in the sacrum. 

SACRAL'GIA (sfi-krar-je-ah). Same as sacradynia. 

SA'CRAL (s&'-kral). Pertaining to sacrum. 

SA'CRED BARK. See Cascara Sagrada. 

SA'CRUM (s&'-krum). Small bone separating final lumbar 
vertebra and coccyx. 

8AD'DLE-NOSB (sadM-n6z). Caving in of bridge of nose. 

SAFTRON. An aromatic vegetable tonic. 

SAF'ROL. Active principle of oil of sassafras. 

SAQE(slU). See Salvia. 

SAGE-FEMME' (sahJ-femO. A midwife. 

SAGKITTAL (sajMt-al). Having shape of an arrow. 

SAGKITTAL SUTURE. Suture of parietal bones. 

SAG'ITTATE. Shaped like an arrow. 

SA'GO (s&-g6'. Starchy pith obtained from palm, furnishing 
nutritious food. 

SA'GO SPLEEN. Spleen with amylaceous infiltration of its 
tissues. 

SAGRA'DA. See Cascara Sagrada^ 

SAINT AG'ATHA'S DISEASE'. Int^ammaUoxx o^ le^wx-aXa 
breast. 



SiO WARNER'S POCKET MEDICALi 

SAINT ANTHONY'S FIRE. See Erysipelas. 

SAINT CLAIR'S DISEASE'. Inflammation of conJnnctlTA. 

SAINT lONAT'IA BEAN. See Ignathia. 

SAINT JOB'S DISEASE'. See Syphilis. 

SAINT LAZ'ARUS* DISEASE. See Leprosy. * 

SAINT VITUS* DANCE. See Ctiorea. 

SAL. Salt. 

SALAXIOUS. Intense desire of the male for female. 

SALACITY (sArlasMtre). See Salacious. 

8ALERATUS (sal-er-A'-tus). Commercial bicarbonate of potM- 

sium. 
SALICIN (salMs-in). Valuable antiperiodic 
SALICI'NUM. Sec Salicin. 
SALICYL'AS. See Salicylate. 

SALICYL'ATE (sal-is-ir-&t). Salt of salicylic acid and a base. 
SALICYLATED COTTON. Cotton saturated with aallcyUo 

acid. 
SALICYLIC ACID (sal-is-il'-ik). An acid prodact of carboUe 

acid, exhibited in rheumatism; also an antlseptie. 
SALIPrABLE. That which may be salifled. 
SALIFICATION. Process of salifying. 
8AL1FY. To conyert to a salt. 
SALIG'ENIN (sal-ij'-en-in). A product obtained by manipolA* 

tion of salicin. 
8AXINE (suMln). Pertaining to or resembling salt. 
SALI'VA (Ru-ir-va). Secretion discharged in the mouth tram. 

salivary gland. 
SAL'IVANT. Agent causing flow of saliva. 
SALIVARY (sal'-iv-A'-re). Pertaining to saliva. 
SALIVATION (sal-iv-&'-6huni. See Ptyalism. 
8AXIX (s&Miks). Mild tonic obtained from white willow. 
SA'LOL. Used in febrile and rheumatic affections. 
SALPINGECTOMY. Removal of Fallopian tube. 
SALPINGEMPHRAX'IS (sal-pin-jem-AraksMs). Obstruction Of 

Fallopian tube. 
SALPIN'GIAN (sal-pin'-Ji-an). Pertaining to Fallopian tube. 
SALPINGITIS. Inflammation of Fallopian tube. 
SALPINGOCYE'SIS (sal-ping-go-si-e'-sis). Fetal development 

in oviduct. 
SALPINGOR'RHAPHY (sal-ping-gor'-a-fe). Sewing laceration 

or incision of Fallopian tube. 
SALPINGOSTOMY (sul-ping-gos'-to-me). Operation forminf 

n flfitnlouR opening in Eustachian tube. 
Si4LPINGOT'OMY (sal-piug-got'-o-m^V F.xelMon of Fallopian 
tnlx: 



DICTIONARY Off TO-DAY. 



SALT (SBKit). ChorldH oi 



I, applied BBpecIally to tbs 

.a tube. 

1. Ad acid compound irlfb • 



SALTA-TION (8al-a'-Bhun). Disease In whloh patient b1 

apasmodlc Jumps. 
SALTATORY (Bal'-ta-tor-«). Pertaining lOBnltatlaa. 
SALTER'S SWING. Bwlng-lJkH suapenalon for reatlni 

broken leg. 
SALTPETER (Bawlt-p4'-ler). Nitrate of potassium. 
SALT'-RHEUM'. CbroQieeciemBlouBdIseaae. 
SALTS (saw Itz). Kpsom salts; see Magnesium Sulphate. 
SALU'BRIOUS. Pertaining to snlabrlty. 
SALU'BRITY (BHl-il'-brlM). Healtby eondlHon. 
SALO'TARY {sal-fl'-tfl-rgf. Proline of good baallb. 
SALVATEL'LA (aal-vat-^l'-ah). Small vein of band and ro 
SALVE. See Unguent. 

SAL'VIA (sal'-ve-ah). Stimulating leaves of sage, 
SANAB'ILIS. That whlub oJmlU of curing. 
SANA'T10|aan-a'.Bhf-o). Bee .Sanative. 
SAN'ATIVE. Sea Salutary. Healing. 
SAN'ATORY. SeeSaoullve. 

SAND'. BATH. SuniJ preporeil forareoatlon, q. v, 
SAN'DALWOOD. See Santalum. 
SAN'DARAC (aan'-dar-ak). A reslD used for pluBtersi Bti 



□Ish. 



wir-er-UB). Blood-bearing. 



lofohyl* 

NA'RIA, Blood root, useful In pulmonary diseases. 
NAR'IN (satiK-wln-ar'-ln). Constlluentof sangulnarifc. 
ningto blood. Inabopeful fTameof mind. 
[N'EOUS |aBn.gwln'-^U8).. Bloody: plethoric. 
:N'OLENT(9an-gwln'-^lent). Stained here and there 
blood. 

.NO'StJS(san-gwln-£'.EU»). SeePletbors. 
'^twlB). Blood, 
SANIC'ULAIaan-ik'-ti-lBb). Diaphoretic root. 
SA'NIES (sd'nSi). Foul ulcerous dlscbarge, 
SA-NIOUS |sS'-ni-UB). Pertaining to or proUllc ■>! sanies. 
SANITARIUM. A private retreat with I'urps of niedloal 

attendants (Or iteatlog iuvaltdg. 
SAN'ITARYlBan'-it^-rei, Parluinlng to bealth aod hygleale 

surroundings. 
SAN'ITA3(aan'-il-a«j. HealLli, 



SANGUI 

wltb 

SAN QUI 

SAN'GUl 




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313 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

SANITATION Is&n-lt-u'-sbitn). Applied to roalttii( 

lags healthy. 
BAN'ITY (snn'-lt-e). Opposite of innnnlt)', q. v. 
BANTAL,'UM (Ban-tal'-um). Sandalwood: aliniul 

couB membrftnee, exhibited lo gonorrhea; also eraployei 

to adTQOlage In dlBeaecH ol reBpiralory tract. 
8ANTON1CA { Ban-Urn'- lH-ah). An oriental tcoiclOe. 
BAN'TONIN (aan'-iu-nln). ConBtltaeat ol saotonlca. 
SATA (e&'-pahj. Inspissated grape Julcp. 
SAPHE'NA |siif-«'-nah|. Veins or leg, called the internal u 

ezteniGl supbena veins. 
BAP'ID. Palatable. 

SA'PO (B&'po). Soap. Combination ol tally arid with a salt. 
BAFONA'CEOUS laap-oo-a'-ehe-ne). eoapj-. 
BAPONIFICA'TION isap-on-iMk-a'-^hun). Changing Intoaoi 
BAP'ONIN (sap'-*-ii1iil. Irritant; aueslhetlc. 
BAPPH'IBM (sur-lim). Lustful desire of women for women. 
BAPRE'MIA (sap-rf'-me-ahj. Blood-polBonlng due lo abaorbt 

lion of septic mutter, 
BAP'RINE (sap'-rin). Non-poisonous ptomain 
BAPROGEN'IC (Eap-r5-Jen'-lk]. FrollCc of putrefaction. 
SAPROG'EKOUS (gap-roj'-^n-usl. See Saprogenic. 
BAPROPH'ILOUS (sap-rof-ll-ue). PertsUiing ti 

iflms of putrefaction. 
BAPTIDPHYTES (fiop'-ro-nta). Microorganism of pulrelkcUoa 
SAPROPHYTIC (aap-ni-fif-lk). Same as Saprophlloae. 
BAPROPY'RA (Bap-ro-pi'-mh). Inlengelj malignant IfptitU. ■ 
SAPROS'TOMOUS |Bap-roa'-ia-niu6). Fetid state of the brsi 
SAR'CINA (B«r-s!n'-ahl. Gems of sohizomycelea, 
BAR'CINE (ear'-Bin). See Sarclna. 
SARCITIS (aar-el'-tlB). Muscular innaromatlon. 
SAR'COCELE (aar'-k6-sel). Fleshy growth on l«Btl<^]es; 

Orchiocela. 
SARCOCOL'LA (sar-ko-kol'-ah). Resinous eiudatlon n 

pnrgatlTB properties. 
BAR'CODE (Bar'-kod). See Protoplasni. 
SAR'COID (sar'-koid). Flesh-like. 
SARCOLACTIC. Lactic acid obtained nom or eiialinc 1H 

SARCOLEM'MA (aar-ke-lem'-ah). Membrai 

BABCOL'DGY (Ear-kol'-^Jii). Scientllli 
■MA. Fleshy eicr 
aJiKCOMATO'SIS (Bar-k^Dt-BlrC'-Elit) 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 248 

SARCOM'ATOUS (sar-kom'-at-us). Pertaining to or resembling 

a sarcoma. 
SARCOPH'AGY (sar-kof-apj^). Flesh-eating. 
SARCOPHY'MA (sar-ko-fl'-mah). See Sarcoma. 
SARCOP'TES (sar-kop'-tez). See Acarus Scabei. 
SAR'COSIN (sar'-koHsin). Substance obtained from kreatin. 
SARCO'SIS (sar-kd'-sis). Sarcomatous growth. 
SARCOSTO'SIS (8ar-ko6-t6'-sis) . Osteoma growing in muscular 

tissue. 
SARCOXaC (sar-kot'-ik). Flesh-producing. 
SAR'COTOME (sar'-ko-tom). Instrument for cutting flesh. 
SAR'COUS (sar'-kus). Fleshy; pertaining to or resembling 

flesh. 
SARDI'ASIS (sar-dl'-BrSis). Fee Risus Sardonicus. 
SARDONIC See Risus Sardonicus. 
SAREPTA. Mustard. 
SARSAPARIL'LA (sar-sap-ar-ir-ah). Alterative and tonic; 

also stimulating secretion of urine. 
SAR'TIAN DISEASE'. An ulcerous disease; see Furunculus 

Orlentalis. 
SARTO'RIUS (8ar-t6'-r^us\ Muscle of the thigh extending 

from ilium to head of tibia. 
SAS'SAFRAS. Aromatic diaphoretic and tonic. 
SAT'ELLITE (saV-el-lt). Applied to a vein extending over 

same course as an artery. 
SATI'ETY (sa-ti'-et-6). Excessively full beyond desire. 
SAT'URATED (saV-ur-Srted). Having undergone saturation. 
SATURA'TION. Absorption of a liquid by a solid, until it 

refuses to absorb more. 
SAT'URNINE (sat'-er-nin). Pertaining to lead. Gloomy ; mel- 
ancholy. 
SAT'URNISM. Poisoning f^om lead. 
SATUR'NUS (sat-ur'-nus). Lead. 
SATYRI'ASIS (sat-e-ri'-as-is). Excessive lustful desires of the 

male. 
SAURIO'SIS. See Ichthyosis. 
SAU'SAGE POrsONING (saw'-saj). Disease due to poisonous 

ptomaine of decayed sausages. 
SAVIL'LA RHAT'ANY (rat'-an-e). See Krameria. 
SAVIN. SeeSavine. 

S A VINE (sav'-in). An emmenagogue leaf. 
SA'VORY (sa'-v6-re). Pleasant to sense of smell ot \,ci \Xvfc 

palate. 
SA'W, An Instrument with nicked edge iox ^«b^\xv% ^>oo\x'&. 
8AX1FRA GE ^saks'-lf-raj i. Vegetable 1ot\\c lo \Xve tv^tn e>&. 



•J44 WARNEU'H FOCKET MEDICAL 

SAYRE'S JACK'ET. Plaster-of-Paris encasinff for body, ex- 
hibited In spine disease. 
SCAB (slcab;. Granulation or crust over pkln disease or woand. 
SCABET'IC. Resembling or pertainiii)^ to scabies. 
SCAB'IES. Itch due to action of parasite (Acarus Scabel)aii- 

derncath the skin. 
SCABRIT'IES (ska-brit'-Gz). Hypertrophy and induration of 

nails; roughness. 
SCA'BROUS (skiV-brus). Hardened ; rough. 
SCAB'-WORT. See Inula. 

SCA'LA (skiV-lah). Ctx^lileal passages resembling stAlrs. 
SCALAR'IPORM (skul-arMf-orm >. Resembling or havlngshspe 

of stairs. 
SCALD (skawld). Burning or blistering of a part flrom i 

heated fluid. 
SCALD'HEAD. See Parrigo. 
SCALE (sklu). Very small sheet of dead skin; alsoappUedto 

similar sheet of bone. 
SCALE'NI MUS'CLES (skfi-IS'-nl). Several muscles of the neck. 
SCA'LER (sk&Mer). An instrument for cleaning the teeth. 
SCALLED'HEAD (skawld'-hed). See Scald-head. 
SCALP (skalp). Covering of skull. 
SCAL'PEL (skal'-pcl). Sharp pointed surgical knife. 
SCAL'PRUM. See Raspatory. 

SCA'LY (^sku'-l^). Pertaining to or resembling scales. 
SCALY FETTER. See Psoriasis. 
SCAM'MONY (skam'-on-^). A purgative resin. 
SCAP'HA (skaf-ah), Cavity between helix and anthellx. 
SCAPHOCEPHAL'IK. Pertaining to scaphocephalus. 
SCAPHOCEPH'ALUS. Monster with head shaped like a boat 
SCAPH'OID (skaf-oid). Resembling shape of boat. 
SCAPH'OID BONE. Small curved bone of the foot. 
SCAP'ULA. Large bone at posterior portion of shoulder; 

shoulder-blade. 
SCAPULAL'OIA (skap-O-lal'-Je-ah). Pain in the scapula. 
SCAP'ULAR (skap'-u-lar). Pertaining to the scapula. 
SCAP'ULARY (skap'-u-lare). Applied to material for bandlf- 

ing shoulder. 
SCAP'ULO. See Scapular. 
SCAP'ULUM. See Scapula. 
SCAR (skar). Cicatrix of a wound. 
SCARF'SKIN. The epidermis. 
SCARIFICA'TION (skar-if-ik-a'-shun;. Making a number of 

superficial incisions of very \\\XW. depth on a part oftbf 
body, .18 for application of \oca\ HUmuWuX.. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 245 

BCAR'IFICATOR (skar'-iMk-ftptor). Instrument for scariflcar 

lion. 
SCARLETI'NA (Bkar-latr€'-nah). Contagious febrile disease, 

with scarlet rash ; occurs in epidemics. 
SCARLETIN'IFORM. Having nature of scarletina. 
SCARLATINOID. See Scarletlniform. 
SCARLATaNOUS. See Scarletlniform. 
SCAR'LET PE'VER. See Scarletina. 
SCAR'LET RASH. See Scarletina. 
BCATACRATIA. Incontinence of feces. 
SCAVENGING (skav'-en-Jing). Street cleaning; a sanitary 

measure. 
BCELAL'GIA (skMal'-Je-ah). Pain in the bony structure of 

body. 
BCELETOQ^RAPHY. Treatise on the skeleton. 
SCHEELE'S GREEN (shSlz). Arsenite of copper, greenish in 

color. 
SCHE'MA (skS'-mah). A descriptive diagram. 
BCHINDYL'E8I8(skin-dil'-e8-i8). Insertion of one bone into part 

of another bone which has been split open, forming an im- 
movable Joint. 
SCHINOCEFH'ALUS (skin-d-sef-a-lus). Monster with pointed 

skull. 
SCHISTOCE'LIA (skis-to-s$Me-ah). Cracking open of abdomen. 
BCHISTOCEFH'ALUS (skis-to-sef-al-us). Monster with cleft 

skull. 
BCHISTOGLOS'SIA (skis-to^los'-e-ah). Cracking of the tongue. 
SCHISTOPROSO'FIA (skis-to-prd-sd'-pe-ah). Facial fissure. 
SCHISTOFROSO'FUS (skis-td-prd-sd'-pus}. Monster affected 

with schistoprosopia. 
SCHISTORllHACIS. See Hydrorrhachis. 
BCHISTOTHCRAX (skis-td-thd'-raks). Fissure of the thorax. 
BCHIZOMYCEnrES (skiz-d-miHB^'-tSz). Microorganisms; bac- 
teria. 
SCHIZOMYCITIC (skiz^ml-sitMk). Pertaining to schizomy- 

cetes. 
SCHIZOMYCO^IS (8kiz-a-ml-kd'H3is). Schizomycitic growth i n 

man. 
SCHIZOTRICHIA (skiz-6-trik'-e-ah). Fissure of hair terminals. 
SCHNEIDE'RIAN MEMHBRANE. Pituitary membrane of th(^ 

nose. 
SCHRE'QER'S LINES. Rings or ridges around teeth due to 

growth of dentine. 
SCIAS'COPY. See Skiascopy. 
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an WARVER'S POCKET MEDICAID 

SCIATICA (al-at'-lk-ab). InaaminBllun of tbe aolKUe tmiret 
auiAT'lC NERVES. Nerteaor thlrti. !««■, etc. 

SCIL'LA (sll'-aU). See Squill. 

8ClNTlL.l.A'T10N(slD-tll-i'-abiiD). .^rapldflaihtiis; apvltUi^ 

SCIOGRAPH. )ii.'e Skiagraph 

SCIR'RHOID <Bk3r'-oml. Iluvlng nature of naolrrbui. 

SCIRrMo'MA ffktr^'-mali). fice SclirbuB. 

SCIRRHOSAS'CA. Set adcrodenna 

SCIRRHO'Sia (Bklr-a'-BlB). froduotlan of a eelrrhaa. 

aciR'RHOUS<8lilr'-u>J. TurlaliiinE toBcltrbua. 

3CIR'RHU&(iiklr'-ui). .\ canoeroUH i aduratlon ; Be« CArclDom*, 

aCIR'RUS. ScuScLrrbuB. 

SCIS'SION (alB'^buu). Division; ftsaurp. 

SCIS'SORS. An InsLrument n'llli movablu Joint, wfatoh oalibf 

grlnditig Its IWo blades logcllier. 
SCI,E'RA (Bkle'-ralO, eclcrotlc membrane of eye. 
SCLE'RAI. (sklS'-ral). Pertaining to the salent. 
SCt.£R£CTA-31A <Bk1^rek-U'4e-ab|. Bulging of Mien n 

cornea Bee Staphyloma. 
SCLERkCTOUY (nkler-ek -Israel. Removal of aclera. 
SCI,BRE'MA sltl^rf'.mnhl. Seo Sclerodernm, 
SCLER£NCEPHA LIA (Bblfrea-Bef-^M^Bh). Cerebral Indnn- 

tion. 
SCLERI'ASIS (akIS-ri'44iB). Applied to an ladurmtton ff 

bardenlng. 
SCL.ER 'TIS (skl^rl'-tls). Inaaininatlonorsclerotia membfanb 
SCLEROCAT'ARACT SclErotic oaUracl. 
SCLSRODEB'MAfBkl^ro-der'-raalii, Cirrhoala of the akin. 
8CI.ERC)C'ENOUS(sklf-roJ'-eii-usj. Applied to that which h 

beuomln- indurated. 
SCLERO'MA (skK-ro'-mab). A bardenlng. 
SCLEROME'NIx The dura mater. 
SCLERONYX'IS<Bkl*-ron-lke'-!ai. In 
aCCEROPHTHAL'MIA {sklt-roff-l h 

■cleraof eve. 
SCLEROSAR'COMA. SeeSclrrbuB. 

SCLERO'SIS (Bkler-o'-BlB). ludurallon of BOtt part, aa tlMQM. 
flCLERO-SKEL'ETON. Formation of bone lo muaclea. 
SCLEROTIC (Bklfr^it'-lk). Hardened. PerUaalDgtothaaoler 
SCLEROT'ICA<Bkler-ot'-lk-ah). Outer membrane Of eye, 
SCLEROTICO'NYXIS. SeeSleronyiU. 

9CLEROTl'TI3{Bkl6r.i)l-!'-tlsk Inflammallou of Bclerattoa. 
SdLER'OTOMB (Bkler'-ot-om). luBtrument/or eolBrotomy, 
SCLEROT'OMY <flkl(T-ol'-i-rael. laclsion of BcleroLirja, 
^CLEROTONVX'IS (skler-olr«-ti\kBplal. aes ac\«<Mi3-a.\», 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. ZfT 

SCOLICI'ASIS (8k61-6-si'-a-8i8). State resulting from worms. 

SCOLECOL'OGY (sko-le-kol^-o-Jg). Treatise on worms. 

SCOXEX (sko'-ieks). Hydatid which has become encysted. 

SCOLIO'MA. See Rhachioscoliosis. 

SCOLIOSIOM'ETRY (8k&-lg-6-se-6m'-et-re). Determining degree 
of scolloma. 

SCOLKXSIS (skd-l€'^-sis). See Rhachioscolioma. 

SCOLIOT'IC (skd-l$-otMk). Pertaining to scoliosis. 

SCOOP (skoop). Instrument resembling spoon. 

SCOPA'RIUS (8k6-pa'-re-u8). The broom ; stimulates secretion 
of urine. 

SCOP'OLINE (8k6p'-6-lin). Derivative of belladonna. 

SCORACRA'TIA (sko-rak-rS'-she-ah). See Scatacratia. 

SCORBUTIC. Pertaining to scorbutus. 

SCORBUTUS (skor-bu'-tis). Scurvy. 

SCOTAS'MA. See Scotoma. 

SCOTO'MA (skd-td-mah). Sensation, as of dark objects in front 
of eyes. 

SCOURGE (skerj). See Plague. 

SCOUR'ING (skow'-ring). See Purgation. 

SCRIVENER'S PAL'S Y. See Writer's Cramp. 

SCROBIC'ULUS CORl>IS. Region between sternum and um- 
bilicus; pit of stomach. 

SCROFULA (skrof-u-lah). Tuberculous disease of the con- 
stitution, with tumors of the glands, especially of the neck. 

SCROPULODER'MA. ScroAila of the skin. 

SCROFULO'SIS. Scrofulous formation. 

SCROP'ULOUS (skrof-u-lus). Pertaining to scrofula. 

SCROFULELCO^IS (skrof-u-lel-kd'-eis). Ulcer of a fierofUloas- 
nature. 

SCROF'ULIDB. Applied to a disease of a scrofulous nature. 

SCROFULOPHY'MA (skrof-a-ld-H'-mah). Scroftiloos tumor. 

SCRO'TAL (skro'-tal •. Pertaining to the scrotum. 

SCROTITIS (skr5-tV-ti8). Inflammation of the scrotam. 

SCROTOCELE (skro'-td-sSl). Hernia or tumor of the scrotum. 

SCROTUM (Bkr6'-tum). Bag-like process cover testes. 

SCRUP'-SKIN. See Scarf-skin. 

SCRU'PLB (skrQ'-pl). Twenty grains; three scruples; one 
drachm. 

SCULL'-CAP. See Skull-cap. 

SCULTBTUS, BANDAGE OF. Bandage consisting of strips 
literally braided together. 

SCURF (skerf ). Falling of skin in small scales^ ea^^OjO^n!^ 
applied to such a condition of tkie ecsAp. 

SCUMtFY (Bkir'-f^. Prolific of Bcurt. 



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BCUR'VY <Eklr'-ve]. Dlaesae with Hlivktlon, purpura, cle, 

especially seeu among sailors. 
BCUTELLA'RIA. Bkull-cap; a. uerTe-atlmnlant. 
BCUTIFORM (skQ'-tl-rorm). Bhape resemblliiB a. ■Iilcld. 
SCUTUM. TSyrotd-cartllsge. 

SCVB'ALA {sklb'-o-lab;. Passaee of Onxn in dry, bard balli. 
aCYTH'lAN DISEASE'. Shriveling or genitalia in a^ed niiltt. 
■CYTITIS (al-tl'-tts). Inflammation of thoslEin. 
SCYTOBLASTB'MA (8i-l6-bla«-U'-mah). Piimitive state 

. ■liln. 
SCYTOBLASTE'SIS (si-M-blBS-t^'-^lB). Development of 

blastema. 
SCYTOMORPHO'SIS |sl-tA-mar-la'-sla), Unusual 

SEA'-ASH. Anervlne: Bee XantboifUn. 

SEA-BUR'DOCK. Antidote (or biles of poliODOuB repUlM. 

>EA'-8ALT. Chloride or aodlom. 

8BAM(a»m). Same as suture. 

SBA-8ICK'NESS. MalaeMiT. DlEzloees and vODatUng dneW 

tossing of ship on a HCa voj'nge. 
SEA'-TANaLE. Highly absorbent sea-veed. 
■EA'-WRACK (sf'-wrakl. See Fueus Vealeulosli 
SEBA'CEOUS (se-bi'-Elie-us). Pertaining Ui or produdnl 

SEBA'CEOUS GLANDS. A number of glands secreting Ikl? 

matter or aebum. 
SEBA'CEOUS SECRE'TlON. Bee Sebum. 
SBBIP'AKOUS (»e-bip'-ar-i:i). Applied to production of » 

SBBORRHA'OIA <B£-bar-A'-J^ah). Sebaceous dlarrbea. 
BEBOKRHE'A (B«-bor-£'-ah}. Excessive morbid aetoaM 

SE'BUM (Be'-bum]. Qressy mutter which Is secreted brn 

ceous glands. 
SBCERN'ENT. Applledtopartsecrelingmatter. 
SECERNING. Becretlng. 

SECONDA'RIES (sek-on-di'-eex). Second ayphllltlo Btasn. 
SECONDARY. Second. 

SECONDARY HEM'ORRHACE. PostrOperatlve henonb 
SECONDARY BYP'HILIS. Stage of ayphtlla after prln 

and before tertiary atuge. 
SBC'OND INTEN'TION. Normal healing with KraoalKt) 

opposed to QrHt Intention. 
BECRHTTA (se-krS'-tab), OlanAa^M aectettoo*. 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. Wt 

SECRETION. That nhlcb IB secreted. Work of > ■errellnc 

organ aeparaiing mailer aecreUd fram Lhe blood. 
SECRET'ORY <8t-krct'^r6). Pertainlne to Becretlon. 
SEC^lON (sok'-Bhun). InolsloDol divfelon. 
SECUNDINES Isck'-nn-dlDe). Font matl«r expelled troia 

womb Biter birth of cblld. 
SECUKTIEM ARTEM. In acCDrdaure with a. Bied or correct 

method. 
SEDATION (s«-da'-ahnn). Act of a sedBtlve. 
SED'ATIVE. AgPDl iDBklnE a part leu KDElble to pain; a 

quieting remedy. 
SED'ENTAKY (Bed'-en-ti-rc). Inactive; Uttlng. 
SED'IHENT. Precipitation of a raatter In a fluid ; dregE. 
SED'UTZ. BeeSeldllli. 

SEDUM A'CRE <l'.kerj. Remedy with diuretic properties, 
SEEDlBcd). See&emen. 

SEO'MENT. A dlvlaloD; a portion of a part. 
SEGMEN'TAL. FertalnlPg to a segment, 
SEGMENTATION (Beg-men-Id'.ehun,. ProeeH of dividing 



SBIZ'URB (Bit'-Qr;. A very lUdden attack, am an i 

SELE'NE la^\f-Di). Flaky ■pola of noger nallE. 
SBLF-ABUSE' (self-ab-yOB'). See MatturbatloD; sol 

ual Indulgence. 
SELF-DIGESTION. DlgeHtlon of Bl«macb lUelf frc 

ofgastrioJuiceB. 
SELF-INFECTION. Transfer of disease from ooi 

part of tbe bod? to any part which was free from 
SEL'LA TUR'CICA (ter'-slk-ah). Portion of sadd 

sphenoid bone. 
SEMEIOCKAPHY iBem-t^r-rA-K). Description of i 

of vortous diseases. 
SEMBIOL'OGY (Bem-frol'-fl-J#}. Treatise on syniptoo 
SEMEIO'SIS (Bem-&6'-aU). 8ee Diagnosis. 
SEHIOT'IC (Bem-«4t'-ik). ReUUug in symploms. 
SBMIOT'ICS (sem-&ot'-ika). See Semiology. 
SE'MEN (ee'-mcn). Fluid secreted by testicles and 

pruccBsee: seed. 
SEMICIR'CULAR CANALS'. Three-aural pM»,ii*.ei,. 
SEMILU'NAR. ReBemblIng shape ol & cieaw&V. 
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250 WARNERS POCKET MEDICAL 

SBMILU'NAR CARTILAGES. CrescentHshaped oartllacetof 

knee. 
SEMILU'NAR QANG'LIA (sang'-le-ah). Ganglia of Mlar 

plexus near kidneys. 
SEMILU'NAR NOTCH. Notch ubove the Hternuiii. 
SEMILU'NAR VALVES. Crescent-shaped valves of pulmon- 
ary artery and aorta. 
SEMIMEMBRANO'SIS. Femoral muscle. 
SEM'INA. Plural of semen, q. v. 
SEMTNAL (semMn-al). Pertaining to semen. 
SEMINATION (sem-in-il'-shun). Seminal ejaculation. 
SEMINIP'EROUS (sem-ln-if-er-us). Somihal bearing. 
SEMISPINA'LIS (sem-O-spI-ntlMisj. Certain luusclea aboat 

spine. 
SEMISPINATUS (sem-C-spl-nil'-tus). Ree Senilsplnalis. 
SEMITENDINO'SUS (8om-e-ten-din-6'-Kus). Long femoral mm- 

cle. 
SEN'ECTUS. Sec Senile. 
SEN'EGA. Root used txH an expectorant. 
SEN'EKA. See Senega. 
SE'NILE(8e-nil). Senility. 
SENI'LIS (sC-ni'-lis). Pertaining to old age. 
SENI'LITY (s6-nl'-li-te). Same as senilis, q. v. 
SEN'NA. A purgative leaf. 
SENSATION. Knowledge of feeling. 
SENSE. That which makes one aware of sensation. 
SENSIBIL'ITY (sen&i-bilMt-ej. State in which one Is awaraof 

sensation. 
SEN'SIBLE (sen'-sl-bl). Having mental perception. 
SEN'SITIVE. Usually indicative of abnormal quality of ftel- 

Ing. Having feeling. 
SENSO'RIUM. Center of perceptibility or the brain. 
SEN'SORY (sen'-so-rCM. Pertaining to sensation. 
SENTIENT (sen'-she-ent). Capable of perceiving sensatloni. 
SEPARATOR (sep-ar-a'-tor). Instrument for straightenlnf 

teeth. 
SEPET'ONOUS. Foul; rank. 
SE'PIA (se'-pe-ah). Inky secretion of cuttle fish which It C|)eoti 

when pursued. 
SEP'SIN. Ptomaine of putrefaction 
SEP'SIS. Poisoning from septic matter. Putrefaction. 
SEPTE'MIA (sep-te'-me-ah). See Septicemia. 
SEP'TIC (sep'-tlk). Pertaining to putrefaction. 
SEPTICE'MIA (sep-tls-o'-rae-ah^. ¥>x\.a.Vfe'<J<iTiah disease due to 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 251 

SEP'TUM. A membranous partition. 

SEP'TUM CERBBBL'LI. See Falx Cerebri. 

SEQUEL'A (s^kwer-ah). Applied to complications following 
a disease. 

SEQUESTRA'TION (sg-kwes-trft'-shun). Production of seques- 
trum. 

SEQUESTRECTOMY (sg-kwes-trek'-to-mg). Removal of se- 
questrum. 

SEQUESTROT'OMY (se-kwes-trot'-6-m6). See Sequestrect- 
omy. 

SEQUES'TRUM (s^kwes'-trum). Detached nocrosed portion 
of a bone. 

SERAL'BUMIN. Serum albumin. 

SER'IOUS. In a dangerous condition. 

SER'OLIN. Crystalline fatty substance in blood. 

S EROS'ITY (8e-ro8'-it-«). Of a serous nature. 

SE'ROUS (s6'-rus). Pertaining to serum. 

SERPENTA'RIA (ser-pen-ttl'-re-ah). Virginia snake-root; su- 
dorific. 

SERPES. See Herpes. 

SERPIGINOUS. Having trend of a serpent's path. 

SERProo (ser-pl'-gd). See Ringworm. 

SER^RATED (ser'-&-ted). Resembling edge of a saw. 

SER'RATUS (ser'-A-tus). See Serrated. Muscle of upper side 
of chest. 

SERRE-PINE' (sar-fSn'). Instrument for holding edges of a 
wound together. 

SERRE-NCBUD'. Instrument used to tie suture. 

SE'RUM (sd'-rum). Yellowish fluid portion of the blood. 

SERUMU'RIA (sfr-rum-d'-re-ah). Same as albuminuria. 

SBS'AMOID (ses'-am-oid). Orain-like in shape. 

SES'AMOID BONB8. Small bones within tendons, as the 
patella. 

SES'SILB (sesMl). Without a stalk. 

SET. Popular term for correcti ng a dislocated Joint. 

SBTA'CEOUS. Hairy. 

SE'TON. Silky matter penetrating skin, a counter irritant; 
obsolete. 

SBW'ER (soo'-er). A drain for carrying away refuse. 

SEX (sekfl). Organic dlfferenoe of male an d female. 

SEXDIOaTAL (seks-dUMt-al). Six-fingered. 

SBX'UAL (seki'-Q-al). Pertaining to sex. 

SHAD'OWGRAPH (shad'-^raf ). See Skiograph. 

SHAKES. See Ague. 

SHAM'MINO* See Malinger. 



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WAaXER'8 POCKiH' MEDICAI. 



■BANK. HeeTlbta. 
lUAKK' OIL. Boiiiellni«niI«tliiit«d for MorrlitLn Oleam. 
•HBATH (ahf Ibj. An aDveloplDi tubaiuicc. 
IHEEP'-POX. DlKaKorahHpstmllarlacov^pux, 
IHELLAC'Obel-Bk't. A coQeUlnenl ofeealtne wmz. 
SHEPHERD'S PUKSE. An ulrlngeDt pluil. 

IHIELD (Bbttd), A piotecllve agent. 

IHIN. frcmt portion of Ubia. 

IHtN'-BONE. See Tibia. 
■HIN'OLES lahlor'-lB). Bee Herpes. 
■MIP'-FSVER. RevfTe form of l.vphQB. 

IHI'VER. SbBklnc, BB rrom agu«. 

IHOCK ohok). Prostrallnn, Itie reaction of iiervDus tyna 
after operation or a violent Injury. 

IHORT'-SIGHTED. Xear-alshted. 

IHOT'OUN PRESCRIPTION. So termed iin account ofl 
groal number of Ingredients. 

IROUL'DEK (ibai'-der). Upper porUou of body from aidM < 
wblcb arma eiUind. 

IHOUL'DER BLADE. TbcBcapula. 

r (ahO). Bloody dlsc^hsrgc during labor. 

IIAL'ADES (al-al'-ad^en .. Salivary glanJ. 

IIALADENl'TlS(Bl-Bl-Bd.en-I'-tU). luflammaUon of aaUTM 

SIALADENON'CUS (il-al-ad-en-ou'-kui^l. Morbid enlai^^Mi 

of lallvary (land. 
SIAL'AOOOUE (al^ar-a-Kog). Agent nUraulatlng secreUoa ' 

■kllva. 
tl'AI.IHE. e«aPt]raUD. 
SIALIB'MUS {al4l-li'-mu*). See SallvaUon. 
BIALOOOO'lC <>l-al.6-E0j'-lkJ. Bee Blalacogue. 
SlAL'OQOaUE. Bee Slalagosne. 
Bl'ALOID (al'-*-!oldl. Pertaining to eallva. 
BIAL'OLITH (Bl-al'-6-lllh). Salivary calculus. 
BIALO-LITHrASIKai-Al-o-lilb-i'-at-lel. Formatloaof ■Jslalli; 
9IAl.ON'CU3<al-«l^)nJ■-kuSJ. Salivary tumor. 
SIALORRHEA. Salivary In «inUnence. 
SIALOSCHESIS (■i4l'OG--k£-(l« J. Salivary retenil' 
SIALOCE'MIA (st-^-^ii-C-DieAhi. SallvaUon. 
BIB'BKN3<sIb'-txnii. Dangerous 6)* ph 111 lie diai, 
SIBERIAN PLAOUB<pltel. IHacase d> 
aianUiNt. Applird to aoond* «ia\ soiui4' 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAT, 
SICCATIVE (Bik'-B-tlv). Evaporating to drynea 
BICKtelk). Theoppoaltoof healthy; 111. 
BlCK-HEAD'ACHE(8lk-lieil'-aicl, Headache ant 
BlCIfNESS (Hik--nesB|. State of being alek. 
IIDE (Sid). lateral BurCBce. 
SIDE'-BONK. See Ilium. 

BIDERO'SIS (ald-er-O'-BlB). Ferrous depoBlta In a 
BIELI3'MUS. Salivation. 
IIE3TA (ee-ea'-tith). An ai 



tonfor-BlgDB.' 
BIMAULT'S OPERATION (( 









5ama as aymplilslot- 



Bll. Prolonged single Inspiration and expiration. 

BIOHT(sIt}. Vision; sense eUHbtlug one to see objects. 

BIGHT'I.BS9 (slt'-lOB). Blind. 

BIG'MOlD. "8" shaped. 

BICMOID'AL. Pertaining to or rssembllDg slgmiild. 

BILICIOUS. PBrtolningtoslllcate. 

SIL'ICATE. Mineral substance used In pharmacy. 

BIL'VER. SeeArgentum. 

BII.'VER COAT'ED. Applied to pills covered with sliver. 

BIKCPLE. An original unmixed remedial agent. 
Emulation (slm-il-lii'-^hitni. Feigning lilneBB. 
BtNA'PIS (Bla-i'-pis). Mustard, used eapeelally Cor plasten 

IBIN'APISM. Poultice made of mustard. 
^INClt>qTAL(sln-Blp'-lt-al). Pertaining lo the sinciput. 
SIN'CIPUT (8ln'-Blp-ut). Fore part of head; oppoaltenf oociput 

BIN'EW (Bln'^). A tendon. 
UNGULTUS. Same OB hiccough. 

IIN'ISTKR (ain'-lB-ter). Pertaining to parts on tha len. 
HN'ISTRAI.. Pertaining to the left. 
N'UOUS (sln'-ii-us). Winding in and out. 
VUa (sl'-nas). A good-slied cavity with narrow eatranef^. 
■PMON (bMdd). Tube aaed to wltbdraw Quids fromacon- 
[ talnerbynwuu of auction. 

D'lU (U-ntD4'-mah). Tumor or peritoneum. 
"RBH W'<# a.. Jii»8 1WP0melna. 
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254 WARNER'S TOCKET MEDICAL "^ 

SITOPHCBIA (8it>^f5'-be-ah). Sec Bitiophobla. 

SITZ' BATH. Bath for abdomen and thighs. 

SrUM. Genus of poisonous water parsnips. 

81'ZY. Ropy. 

SKATOL (ska'-tol^. Substance Of fecal putrefaction. 

SKELETOG'RAPHY. Description of skeleton. 

SKELETOL'OGY. Treatise on the skeleton. 

SKEL'ETON. Bony structare of body. 

SKIAS'COPY. Observation of eye to determine refVartlon. 

SKrOGRAPH (ske'-6-graf ). Picture of a substance invlalbleto 

the eye on account of its covering, transferred to a negt* 

tlve by means of the X Rays, q. v. 
SKIOGRAPH'IC (sk(^6-grar-ik). Pertaining to a skiograph. 
SKIOG'RAPHY (skg-og'-raf-e). Description of skiograpbs. 
SKIOL'OGY. Treatise on sklographs. 
SKIN. Thin membranous sheet enveloping the body. 
SKIN'-BOUND. See Scleroderma. 
SKLERI'ASIS (skl^rl'-as-is). See Scleroderma. 
SKODA'S SIGN. Percussion note, indicative of eAulon 

within the plural cavity. 
SKU'LEIN (skii'-lin). Constituent of squills. 
SKULL. Hollow bone containing brain, etc. ; the head. 
SKULL'CAP. See Scutellaria. 
SLAKED LIMB (sl&kt lim). Lime to which water haa been 

added. 
SLATY. Slate-colored. 

SLAVERING. Saliva slowly running out of mouth. 
SLEEP (slSp). Rest for preservation of body, during which 

there is an ignorance of surroundings. 
SLEEP'LESSNESS. See Insomnia. Inability to sleep. 
SLEEP'. WALKING. See Somnambulism. 
SLEEPaNO SICKNESS. An African disease in which there ii 

continued drowsiness, and wasting away. 
SLIDE (slid). Glass strip for reception of matter to be ex- 
amined under microscope. 
SLING. Suspension for injured arm, attached to shonlderand 

extending about to the umbilicus. 
SLOB'BERING. See Slavering. 
SLOUGH (sluf). That which separates from sound flesh 

during suppuration. 
SMALL'.POX (smawl'-poks). See Variola. 
SMEGliAA (smeg'-mah). Matter collecting about prepuce. 
SMELL, Sense which detects odor. An odor. 
SMI'LAX (smi'-laks). An aUeratWe p\aii\,. 
SMOKER 'S HEART. See Tobacco KearX,. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 255 

SMOTH'ERINQ. See Asphyxia. 

SNAKE'ROOT, BLACK. See Clmicifuga. 

SNARE. Instrument used to remove certain morbid grrowtlis 

of the body, especially of the nose. 
SNEEZING (snezMng). Explosion of air through nose, due to 

a tickling of nasal mucous membrane. 
SNORE. Noisy respiration during sleep. 
SNOR'INQ. Sec Snore. 
SNOW-BLINDNESS. Temporary blinding due to intense 

reflection of sun on snow. 
SNUFFLES. A certain disease of nose. 
SOAP. Combination of a fatty acid and a salt. 
SOAP BARK. See Quillala. 

SOCK'ET (80k'-et\ Osseous cavity receiving a part. 
SOC'OTRINE AL'OES. See Aloe. 
SO'DA (sd'-dah). Carbonate of sodium. 
SO'DA "WATER. Carbonated water. 
SO'DIUM (so'-de-um). Metallic base of salt. 
SOD'OMY (80d'-6-me). Penile intromission within the anus, 

termed an " unnatural crime." 
SOFT. Plastic; not hard. 

SOFT'ENINQ (sor-en-ing). Morbid degeneration of a part. 
SOFT PAL'ATE. See Palate. 
SOL. Prefix denoting sun. 
SO'LAR PLEXIJS (pleks'-us). Posterior abdominal nerve 

plexus. 
SOLA'RIUM (s6-ia'-re-um). Exposing one's body to sunlight; 

sun-bath. 
SOLARIZA'TION. See Solarium. 
SOLE. Bottom of foot. 
SO'LEA (s6'-le-ah). See Sole. 

SOLEUS (so-lg'-us). Muscle of posterior portion of leg. 
SOLITARY. Alone. 

SOLaTARY PLEAS'URE. Peo Masturbation. 
SOLUBLE (sol'-u-bl). Admitting dissolution; that which 

may be dissolved. 
SOLU'TION (s6-lti'-shun). Liquid in which a solid has been 

dissolved. 
SOLU'TION OF CONTINU'ITY. Cutaneous division, as from 

a wound. 
SOLU'TION CAL'CIS. Solution of lime. 
SOL'VENT. That which causes a substance to dissolve. 
SO^MA (86'-mah). The body. 

SOOkf ACl/LE ^s6'-mak-ul). Ultimate ptoU^^XbatxAq, ^\x\^\^\v, 
SOMATIC (BO-maV-ik), Pertaining to ttie \io^5 • 



356 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAX* 

SOMATODY'MIA (s6-mat-5-dr-me-ah). Double moDfltarjolDai 

by the tranks. 
SOMATOL'OOY (8d-mat-or^Jt! i. An anatomloal treatlM. 
S(yMATOPLBURB (8d'-matr6-pmr). Outer envelop of blMto- 

derm. 
SOMATOT'OMY. Incision of body for dlMeotlon pnrpoeee. 
SOMATGTRID'YMUS (sd-mat-d-tridMm-ufl). Trtple^nmkal 

monster. 
SOMNAM'BULISM. Involuntary, unconscioua walking diD- 

lug sleep. 
80MIFAXIENT (8om-nif-&'HBhent). Hypnotic; soporiflo. 
SOMNIF'ERGUS (som-nif-er-us). An agent caosinc eleep. 
SOMNIL'OQUY (som-nir-o-kwe). Muttering daring alMr, 

nightmare. 
SOM'NOLENCE (som'-nd-lens). Sleepiness; desire to alaepw 
SOAfNOLBNT. In a condition of somnolence. 
SOM'NUS. Sleep. 

SON. The relation of a male oflbpring to his Cather and mnriMr 
SONITUS (Bon'-lt-us). A ring sound. 
SOOT. Black flaky collection in stoves and ohimneya. 
SOOT'- WART. Cancer observed on chimney aweepe. 
SOPHISTICA'TION (so-fls-tik-&'-shun). Adulteration. 
SO'PIBNT (8(y-pe-ent). See Soporific. 
SO^OR (86'-por). Sleep. 
SOPORIP'EROUS. See Soporific. 
SOPORIFIC (s6-por-ir-ik). Medicine causing sleep. 
SOP'OROSB (s6'-por-68). Drowsy. 
SORBEFA'CIBNT (sor-be-f&'Hshent). Agent ■timulatlag ife' 

sorption. 
SOR'BUS. Mountain ash. 
SOR'DES (sor'-dez). Putrid matter. Foul. 
SOR'DID. See Sordes. 
SORE. An ulcer or Ruppuration. 
SORE-THROAT. Inflammation of throat; popular termftr 

tonsillitis. 
SOR'GHUM (sor'-gum). A syrup. 
SOT'TO. Preflx having meaning similar to " sub." 
SOUF'FLE (8oof-el). Wheezy sound heard during auaoultatiea 
SOUF'FLE, BRONCH'IAL (bronk'-e-al). Murmur from witU> 

the pleural cavity. 
SOUF'FLE, U'TERINE. Uterine murmur of pregnancy. 
SOUND. A metal or rubber probe for investigating 

and cavities. That which is heard when a body is 

the intensity depending upon. Teatetauce of the body. 
SOUND'ING. See Percussion. 



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DICJTIONARY OF TO-DAY. SBT 

SOW.THI8TLB (thisM). Stimulant to urinary secretion. 

SOZOI'ODAL <8d-zd-r-6-dal). An antiseptic compound. 

SPA (spah). A mineral spring. 

SPACE (spfis), A cavity or opening. 

SPANEISIA (8pan-€'-me-ah). See Ahemia. 

SPANE'MIC. Affected with spanemia. 

SPAN'ISH. Pertaining to Spain. 

SPANISH FLY. See Cantharis. 

SPARAG'MUS.. See Spasm. 

BPARQO^IS (spar-gd'-sis). Hypertrophy or distension. 

Sparteine (spar'-tS-ln). Alkaloid of scoparlus. 

SPASM (spazm). Sudden convulsion of muscles. 

SPASMAT1C. See Spasmodic. 

SPASMODIC. Pertaining to spasm. 

BPASMOL'OGY. Science of spasms. 

SPASMOPHIL'IA (spaz-mo-fir-e-ah). Spasmodic diathesis. 

SPAS'MOUS. Resembling spasms. 

SPAS'MUS (spaz'-mus). See Spasm. 

SPASTIC. See Spasmodic. 

SPATIAL (sp&'-shal). Pertaining to space. 

SPATIJLA (spat'-u-lah). Thin, dull, knife-like instrument used 
for compounding unguent, etc. 

SPAVIN (spav'-in). An equine disease. 

SPAY (sp&). Ovarectomy ; unsezing. 

SPEAR'MINT. Mentha Viridis, remedy for flatus. 

SPECIALIST (spesh'-al-ist). Physician who limits his practice 
to certain diseases, as an eye and ear specialist. 

SPE'CIES (sp^-shgz). A clas^ ; a genus. 

BPECIF'IC (spe-sif-ik). A sure cure for a certain disease. 
Syphilitic. Peculiar. 

SPECIF'IC GRAVITY. See Gravity, Specific. 

BPECIL'LUM (spe-sir-um). A certain instrument for probing. 

SPECTACLES. An arrangement holding two lenses for assist- 
ing vision. 

SPECTRA (spek'-trah). Plural of spectrum. 

SPECTROSCOPE (spek'-to-skdp). An instrument for examin- 
ing spectra. 

SPECTRUM (spek'-trum). Colored light formed by prismatic 
decomposition of a ray of light. 

SPECULUM (spck'-u-lum). Instrument for dilating openings 
in order to investigate the interior. 

SPEECH (spech). Utterance expressing thoughts. 

SPEND. Seminal ejaculation. 

SPERM. Semen. 

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258 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAIi 

SPERM OIL. Lubricant obtained from sperm whale. 
SPERMACE'TI (sper-raahH3(;'-tl). Substance obtained ft-om 

head of sperm whale, used in preparing unsracnts. 
SPERMACRA'SIA (sper-mah-krfi'-se-ah). Impoverished con- 
dition of semen. 
SPERMATEMPHRAX'IS (sper-mat-em-ft-aksMs). Condition 

not permitting ejaculation of semen. 
SPERM AT'IC (spcr-mat'-ik).' Pertaining to semen. 
SPERMAT'IC CORD. Cord about testes. 
SPER'MATIN (sper'-mat-in). Constituent of semen. 
SPER'MATISM. Seminal emission. 
SPERMAT'OCELE. Testicular tumor or hernia. 
SPERMATOCHOR'DA. See Spermatic Cord. 
SPERMATOCLEM'MA. Involuntary seminal ejaculatfou. 
SPER'MATOCYST (sper'-mat-o-sist). Seminal vesicle or sac. 
SPERMATOCYSTI'TIS (sper-mat-o-sis-tl'-tlH). Inflammation 

of spermutocysts. 
SPERMATOG'ENY (sper-mat-oj'-en-e). Formation of spor- 

iiKitozoa. 
SPERMATOGEN'ESIS (sper-mat-to-gen'-o-sis). Production of 

sperm. 
SPERMATOLEP'SIS (sper-mat-6-lep'-sla). Involuntary ejacu- 

Uition of semen. 
SPER'MATOID. Resembling sperm. 
S PERMATOL'OGY (sper-mat-ol'-tVjr). Science of semen. 
SPERM ATOP'ATHY (spor-mat-oi>'-ath-o>. Seminal disease. 
SPERMATOPHO'BIA (pper-m.at-o-fo -l>e-uli). AVorrinient ftom 

lear of having spermatorrhea. 
SPERMATOPOIET'IC. Seminal formation. 
SPERMATORRHE'A (sper-mat-or-T'-ah i. ^forbid oozing or 

wasting away of semen; very weakiMilng. 
SPERMATOS'CHESIS (sper-mat-os'-k.'-sis). I ack of somen. 
SPER^':ATOZE'MIA. Saiiio as spermatorrhea. 
SPERM ATOZO'A (sper-mato-zo'-ah \ Plural of spermatozoon. 
SPERMATOZO'ID (8per-mat-<>-zo'-icl). Sec Si^ermatoziVon. 
SPERMATOZO'ON (sper-mat-6-z6'-on). Generating constituent 

uf semen. 
SPER'MINE^sper'-mlnU Seminal leucomaino. 
SPER'MOLITH (sper'-mcVlith). S.-minal calculus. 
SPEW. To spit; ejaculation, as oi seiiK'ii. Vomiting. 
SPERMONEURAL'GIA (sper-mo-nu-ral'-jj'-ah!. Neuralgia of 

seminal tubes. 
SPHACELATED ^sfas'-el-a-teU'. Dead, as mortified tissue. 
SPHAC^ELISM (s/'as'-el-izn\^. \>»*\H'U**vu\\*^u ot \\kv.\\o,vvs twuii 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 250 

SPHACBLODER'MA (sfas-el-o-der'-mah). Gangrenous blotches 
on skin, 

SPHAC'ELOID (sfas'-el-old). Resembling sphacelus,. 

SPHACELOUS (sfas'-el-us). Pertaining to sphacelus. 

SPHACELUS (sfas'-el-us). Gangrenous destruction of a part. 

SPHENOCEPH'ALUS (sf?-n6-ser-al-us). Fetus Avith head re- 
sembling sliape of wedge. 

SPHE'NOID (sle'-noid). Resembling shape of wedge. 

SPHE'NOID BONE. Wedge-like bone of the head. 

SPHENOI'DAL (slo-noi'-dal). Pertaining to the sphenoid bone. 

SPHENOI'DES (sfe-noi'-dez). The sphenoid bone. 

SPHENOTRE'SIA (sle-nO-tre'-se-ah). A form of craniotomy. 

SPHE'NOTRIBE (sfe'-no-trib). Instrument for sphenotresla. 

SPHERESTHE'SIA. An illusive sensation as of touching a 
ppbcre. : - 

SPHER'ICAL ABERRATION. See Aberration, Spherical. 

SPHEROBACTE'RIUM (sfe-ro-bak-te'-ri-um). Micrococcus. 

SPHE'ROID (sle'-roid). Sphere-shaped. 

SPHERO'MA (sfe-ro'-mah). A globe-shaped tui?ior. 

SPHEROM'ETER. Instrument to measure curvature of lens. 

SPHINCTER (sfink'-tcr). Ring-like muscle, ^vhicll when it 
contracts closes an opening. 

SPHINCTER ANI. Ring-like muscle of anus, controlling 
passage of feces. 

SPHINCTERAL'GIA (sfink-ter-al'-je-ah). See Proctalgia. 

SPHINCTEROT'OMY. Incision of sphincter. 

SPHIN'GOSIN. A certain cerebral matter. 

SPHINX'IS (sflngksMs). Contraction. 

SPHYG'MIC. Pertaining to the pulse. 

SPHYG'MICAL. See Sphygmlc. 

SPHYG'MOGRAM (sfig'-mo-gram). Sphygniographic record of 
pulse. 

SPHYG'MOGRAPH (sflg'-mo-graf). An instrument which 
gives a traced record of i)ulse. 

SPHYGMOGRAPH'IC. Pertaining to the spliygmograph. 

SPHYGMOG'RAPHY (sflg-mog'-ra-fO). Scientitic description of 
the pulse. 

SPHYG'MOID (sflg'-moid). Resembling the pulse. 

SPHYGMOL'OGY. Science of the pulse. 

SPHYGMOM'ETER. Instrument for measuring pulse. 

SPHYG'MOSCOPE. Sphygmograph ; sphygmometer. 

SPHYG'MOSCOPY (sfig-mos'-ko-pe). Science of using sphyg- 
mograph. 

SPHYGMOTECH'NY (sfig-mo-tek'-noV Y.y.^vivvv\vv\Xciw o\ vi\vfc'>?. 
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SPHYG'MOUS (BSg'-miMl R««enibllnK tbe piilee. 

SFKVO'MUS (aar-muK). The pulBP. 

SPl'CA (Bpi'-kah). A pertain form of banda^. 

SPICULAIsplfc'-O-lah). ABbarppoiDUdpieceofbrokei 

SPIQE'LIA <spl-Jf'-t&«b). PlDbroot: ateclacJile. 

SPIGE'LIAN LOBE. Hepatto lobe. 

SPICELINE (EptJ--ol-«D). AcLive prlndplp of gpigella. 

SPIKE'NARD (aplk'-ntirdl. A allmulaul medicine. 

6PlLO'MA(«pl-lo'-mali). See KevoB. 

SPILOPLA'NtA tapl-l^pli'-D^ah). Vlteaae « 

blolcbes. 
SPILO'SIS (ipll-a'-ali;. FormatloD or Gplloma. 
SPI'LUS (apl'-lui). Any ipotled cutaneouB dlBColoratlon. 
SPI'NA (epl--nah). The spine. 

SPl'NA BIFIDA (Bpl'-nah blf-ld-ab). Spinal Gunre. 
SPl'NALIepI'-nal). Pertaining to tbe spine. 
SPI'NA!, CANAL'. Longlabe-llbecavItyrecElvlngsplnBloard. 
SPl'NA!. COLtlUN. Th? buct-bone, Eumposed of vertebne. 
SPI'NA!, CORD. CardcantlsUngarnercee.aicnprlnBiiilBd 

canal; It Joins tbe medulla oblongata. 
SPINAliIS (Bp!-nA'-lls|. Spinal muscle. 
SPI-NAI, MENINQI'TIS See Cerebrospinal Menlugitlg. 
SPIVATS (Bpl'-n«t), Having spines. 
SPlN'DLE-CEL.l.ED. Having Bpindle-Bbaped cells. 
SPINE. See Spinal Column. Bony eminence or procees. 
SPINlFTROU3(ipln-ir-er.us). See8plnal«. 
SP1NITI8. Inflammation of spine. 
SPl'NDUS (api'-nus). Perlalolng to spine. 
SPINTHERISU. Apparent vision or spark b, due M sboekl 

pnpnlarly termed ■' seeing Btare." 
SPI'RAt,(Bpl'-ral). Winding opward: resembling a aplre. 
SPIRIL'LUH (sp!-rtl--nm). Genns of Ecliliomycetea. 
SPIRIT. An nleobollc flald. 
SPIRITOa. Sec Spirit. 

SPIRITUS FRUMENTl. Whiskey; stimulant. 
SPIROBACTE'RIUM. Splra|.sbapc bacterid. 
SPIROCHETE (spl-ro-ka-te). A genuaof bai'ieilB. 
SPI'ROGRAPH (spl'-r6-graf*. Instrnment giving a record 0( 

chest movements daring respiration. 
SPIROG'RAPHY. Science of using spirograph. 
PIROM'ETER (8pI-roni'-«-l«r). loetrumeot ineasurlng r«»p1- 



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■ BPI 

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ROM'ETRV. Scleoeeor nalngaplro 
■ROPHORE (.■pi'-rS-for). InslTumi 
rrvpSnUJoa. 



DICTIONARY OK TO-DAY. Ml 

3PlSSA'TED(Bpl»4'-t«)|. Ssa InaplBSated. 
;piT. Forcible expulBlon ofaallva from mouLti. 
JPITTLB (gpit'-l). Ballvii. 
IPLANCH'NA (BplBnb'.iiab). Tbe vlacera. 

iPLANCH'NALrsplank'-nal). Pertolnlnsto tlipspluncbiia.q.v. 
>PLANCHN£CTa'PlA (BplHDKk-nek-ta--pe4hl. Visceral ni>il- 

posltiOH. 

iPLANCH'NIC (Kplank'-nlk). Pertaining to the vlaoera. 
SPLANCHNOCRAPHV. DeBciipLlon of vlBcera. 
iPLANCK'NOLITH (Kplaak'-nd-lltli)' Vlsoeral cnloului. 
1 PLANCH NO I.'OQy (9plBDk-Dol'-6-}e). Solenm relattog U> 

IPLANCHNOP'ATHY (Bplank-Dop'-a-tb£). Morbid alTeotioa 

or viBL-ora. 
SPLANCKNOSCLERO'StS (sp)unl£-n»4Cli>-rO'-4lg|. Iiidaratod 
Ldltlon of vlBcera. 

tnk-noa'-kop-«]. Vlsoeral Investlgft- 

iSPLANCHNaTOHY (aplaDk-DoC-d-mf). VlBceruI dlaaectlon. 

BPLAY--FOOT(BplB). FIttl-fooL 

SPLEEN |«pWnl. Oval organ sltutttBd In tbe left lij'po.Tlioii- 

drluiu. 
SPLIiEN'-PULP. Olandnlar tiaaue of tbe uptsen. 
SPLENADEND'MA (aplen-ad-e-nO'-mab). Glandular liypar- 

trr.,.liy<.f spleen. 
SPL.ENAL'0IA(Bp1eD-Bl'-je-ab). FalDlD ttteaplecn. 
SPLENATRO^HIA. Atrophy of spleen. 
SPLENCULUS (spIcn'-kQ-lua). Second and unneceaaiu-r 

spleen, u anally rudimentary. 
SPLENECTAS13 IB plen-ek '-Las-la k Splenic bypertropby. 
SPLENECTOMY (splaD-ek'-ta-me). Kemovol of apleen. 
SPLENECTO'PIA (aplen-ek-W-pe-ab). Splenle mfllpoaltion. 
SPl.ENEI,'C03IS(«pleIi-el'-kft«lB). Disease wlihapleDlculcera. 
SPLENEMPHRAX13 (aplen-em-fraka'-lsi. Hyperemia of tha 

apl-en. 
SPLENET'IC SeeBpleoic. 

SPLENIC (splen'-ik). Perulalog to the apleen. 
SPLENIPICATIOK (Bplen-ir-lkHl'«!inD). Cbanglnif a! matter 

t') Hplentc tlisae. 
SPLENITIS (splen-I'-Us). lQfl»mm»tlon of Bplwn. 
SPLE'NtUS(Bpl^-ne-uaJ. Muscular sheet, of tbe baok. 
SPLEMZA'TION[«p1eD-lx-«'-shun|. Changing iotu llasue re- 

sembltnj tbeapleen. 



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SPLENODYNIA lBplFn-<>dbi'-?-Hli\ P«)n Id the ■pleMi. 
SPLENOG'RAPHVfaplcii-og'.ra-li}. DecfrriptloD of theapletn. 

SPLENOHfe'M A(Bplen-o-liO'-mc-at). PletborloatateonplMii. 
SPL-EN'OH) Hyacmbang the epicen. 

SPLENOl-'OGV sp!pn-«l'iVji"). ScicncR relktlnR to the Bplten. 
SPLEnO'MA^spkm-G'-aiilh). fplenlo ninor. 
SI>L£nomai.A'C a CiiIpu-u-niBl-^-se-ahl. ^lorbld degenen- 

tionorHpii>on. 
SPLENON'CUS (Kplen-ong'-kDS), Samo aa apleDoma. 
SPLENOPA'THy <epleii-ap'-atb-^>. AIRcIlon of spleen. 
SPLENORRHA'SIA (Bplcn-flr-iV-Jc^h). Bloody dlsctaarBPfna 

SPLENO'SIS (cplPtiHi'-nls}. formation of splenoma. 
SplENOT'OMY is|il,'.i-,.['-.Vi„fl. Iiu-lKlon of tlia spleen. 
SPL NT An arrliiistimuilt of ulrlpii of Bllff r.ialerlal (Or hoi* 

lllgafrnctiircilputt. 
SPLINTER. A very itilnutestrlporu board or bODe; ksIlTtr. 
SPLIT PEL-V 3. CoDgenlLo cleftorpelvlH at pubea. 
Sl>fi'I>lDM (8;r>'-d&-mn). Charcoal inndG from bumlnrbonA 

im.il];iri:c.'l)- for (lite ring purposen. 
SPONDYLALGlAf'^i-jdii-dll-Qr-Je.ali). Hplnal pain. 
SPONDYLARTHRITIS (Hpao.dll-artli-rr-tla). Inflomnuitla 

• >r Joint or Hplnal column. 
SPONDyLAKTHROC'ACE{Hpon-dl1-arth-rOli'-«-Be\ BUean^' 

SPONDYLEXARTHRO'SIS. DlMjulntlnK of vertebra. 
SPON'DVLE. ViTtebFH; oim of tlia componont parta of th 

SPONDYLITIS (Hponilil-r-tls). Iiiflnmmatlon of aBpondTta. 
SPONIiyLOT.YN'IA{iipon.dll-6-dln'-(-ah). Vertebral paln;M 



SPONDYLOPATHY (nron-clll-op'-ath-O). Disease of the W 

SPONDYLOPYO'SlS (•■poiiHlll.O-pl-o'^lB). Pub aroQnd K TV 

Iphrn, 
SPONDYLOT'OMY (>ipQu.il 
8PONQ£<GpiniJ). Hlghlj-H 

nciUAllunnlinnl. 
SPONGIFORM (BpunJ'-l-Ibnn). Lltte n sponge. 
SPONGIOPI'LINE. Itubbpr Bbcet with wool and fracmsDMl' 

sponge etuck on It. 
SPON'CIOSE (gpun'-ji-iB). PoroiiB. 
SPONOOJD: Sponge -IrtK?. 
8F0N-OY IspOD'-iv). Pee WpoHBV""-. 



DICTIONARY OP TO-DAY. 263 

SPONTA'NEOUS (spon-tA'-nd-us). Applied to that which 
happens without external assistance. 

3PORAD'IC. Applied to disease in which only a few are 
attacked at one time ; scattered. 

SPORE (spor). The reproductive substance of plants which 
do not flower. 

SPOR'ULE. Minute spore. 

SPOT'TED FE'VER. See Cerebro-splnal Fever. 

SPOT'TED SICK'NESS. Tropical parasitical cutaneous dis- 
ease. 

SPRAIN. A wrenching of a part, attended bj' subsequent in- 
flammation. 

SPRAY (sprfi). "Water, in form of mist, expelled from an atom- 
izer. 

SPRUE (spru). See Aphthae. 

SPUR. A protuberance, 

SPUTUM (spu'-tum). Stomal ejections. 

SQUA'MA (skwa'-mah). Thin sheet of exfoliated skin. 

SQUAMO'SAL (skw&-md'-sal). See Squamous. 

SQUA'MOUS (skwa'-mous). Scaly. 

SQUILL (skwil). Drug with expectorant qualities. 

SQUINT (skwint). See Strabismus. 

S. S. Abbreviation signifying on'e-half. 

STA'DIUM. A certain period. 

STAFF. Hollow sound for protecting part from instrument 
during operation for stone in the bladder. 

STAGE (stAJ). Same as stadium. 

STAG'GERS. An equine disease. 

STAGNATION. Mobile; quiet. 

STAM'INA. Energy ; vitality. 

STAM'MERING. Hesitating articulation. 

STAND'ARD. An authority. 

STAN'NIC (stan'-ik). Pertaining to stannum. 

STAN'NUM (stan'-um). Tin. 

STAPE1>IUS (stft-pS'-di-us). Small aural muscle. 

STA'PES (8ta'-p€z). Small bone of ear. 

STAPHISA'GRIA. Purgative obtained from stavesacre seeds. 

STAPHISA'GRINE. Active principle of staphisagria. 

STAPH 'YLE (8taf-iW). The uvula. 

STAPHYLBDE'MA (8taf-il-€-dg'-mah). Uvular edema. 

STAPHYLITI8 (staf-il-I'-tls). Inflammation of the uvula. 

STAPHYL'IUM (staf-il'-l-um). Nipple of mammary gland. 

STAPHYLOCOCCUS (staf-ll-o-kok'-us). Genus of micrococcufi 

STAPHYLOIMA (staMl-6'-mah). Corneal or scleral \iw\^gwv^. 

STAPHYLON'CUS (8tof-il-on'-kUB). \3Nu\aT Yv^pexVcoVcv^' . 



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^ STAPM-YLO PLASTY (aur-il-A-plM-ta). Operatlou aiireollDg 
abDoriiiBllLteit or palule. 
8TAPHYLOPTO'SIS(alBf-LI-Dp-tA'-alH). L'dubuhL length oruvala. 
STAPHYLOR'RMAfHY (stHMl-or'-i-lf'), Suturing aaearr iX 

STAPHYLOT'OMY (staT-il-ot'-O-me). Uvula cxulalon. 
STARCH. SseAmyluni. 

STARVATION (iiLar-vi'-i>bun|. Deatb due to Isok of food. 
STA'Sia (gcl'-sia). HemBl etattnatloa. 
STATlS'TlCa(8U-tli'-tlks). Mauof fiicU relative to ooadltUnr 

or a countiT. 
STATOIRB (BtBt'-;Qr). Helgbt ol an BOlinal fraoi top or be^ 

to BolOB of feet. 
STAVES'ACRK (atavt^'-ker). Hee Slaphlaagrla. 
STEAP^IH (aW-ap'-aln). Fernieiil acting on Tula but not on 

STEARIFORM (ate-af-IC-orml. Fatty. 
STE'ABIN (at*'-ar-in). A oartaln principle of fiLt, 
STEARRHE'A (st^nr^'-alO- See Seliorrbea. 
STE'ATINE (at«'-aMD). BeeStcHriiie. 

STEATITI3 (Btfi-al-l'-tla). Inflaniinatlon of adlpoae tisBUe. 
STEAT'OCELE (B(3-at'-44fl). Fatty tuDior: &tty bernlu. 
STSATO'MA (ate^KV-mah). A lotty tumor. 
BTBATOU'ATOUB. PertalDlog lo a Hteatonia. 
BTEATOPATH'IC. DlaeaseBol sebBCCOua glands. 
BTEATORRHE'AUI^-at-or-O'-ab). Fatty disc barge. 
STEATOSIS (Bl«-Bt-<f-sla). Aboormal accumulation of tet. 
STEEL, (Btel). Metal rrotn wtiloU many BUrglcal 1 nBtrtimenIi 

are made. 
STEGNOTIC (ateg-iiot'-lt). See Aatrlngent. 

STENOCtlO'RlA {st^n^kO'-r^ali). Narrowing of lachryoul 

STENO'aia [alen-S'-sla). Narrowing of a paaaage or orlfloe. 

STENOSTO'MIA <aten-09-t6'-me-Bb). Oral atenoBls. 

STENOS'TOMYlBtcn-oa'-t^m^). Orindal stenoalB. 

8TENOTHO'RAX(ate-ti6-th6'-rBbs). Narrow -cbea ted. 

STENOT'IC (Bten-ot'-lk). Pertaining to atctiosls. 

aTERCOBI'LIH(iiter-klJ-bIMln). BrrjwnUh HUbataace In leoeL 

STEBCORA'CEOUS <ater-kor-i'-se-UB|. Pertaining to feoe^ 

STERCORE'UIA (aler-kor-S'-me-aS). Poisoning dua lo ab4orp: 
tloD Of focal 

STER'CORIN (ater'-ko-rin). Fecal matter rcsernbUng cbob» 
^ terla. 
UmrSR'CVa (ster'-kUB). 



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DICTION ARY OF 
ITBK1I,S ratef-tl). Kon.productlv. 
caaoot become pregn&nt. 
•TfiRILaXY (sler-ll'-it-«). Hltrlle stnte. 
■TBKILtZA'TlON (Bler-ll-l-zA'-«huu). Procpu or 
latter to beat for deatroyitig mlcrnar^ntBms. 
BTKRII.IZATOR (ator-U-IHl'-tor). Apparatus for » 

STERN'AD. Toward the sternal aspect. 
BTER'NAL. Pertaiulng to Lb? Bternuni. 
^ERNAl.'OIA (ster-nal'-Je-ah). Pain la the aternu 
■TERNODYN1A. See S tern algla. 
BTER'NOID. Reserabllnethpstemam. 
STERNOP'AGUS (gter-uop'-a-gii8). Double monsle 



a produce, 



soap- 



aXERNUTA'TlON (bter-nu-ta'-shuD). Sneezing, 
■TERNUTATORY(»t«r-nQ'-ta-lo-rtf. Agent eausings 
' Agent oauslnK naaal Becretionii. 
ITERTOR. Noisy reapirBtlon; snorlDg. 
ITERTORO'JS (Bler'-tor-ns). Pertalnlns to the Bterloi 
ITETH'OGRAFH (Btetb'-d-grar). nee HnQUtnogniph. 
ITBTKOU'ETER iBtetb-om'-et-erj. iQStruiDeni 

Ing degree of chSHt CEpanalon. 
(TETH'OSCOPE (Bteth'-O-sfcapi. An laBtraoienL Intenalfirlng 
nd Iranarerrlng sounds of varloua orKans to ear or pby- 

itTHE'NIA. Abnormal energy. 
BTHEN'IC. Strong: euergetlc. 
STHENOPY'RA (BthenJi-pI'.rab). Abnormal perslBteooe of a 

riB'IALISH (stib'-l-al-izm). Condition due to polaontng trom 

antimony. 
riBlATlON (Btlb-e-«'.abun). Eililbltion of unusal doaea of 

riPF'-JOlNT. See Ankylosis. 
riPF'-NECK. Bee Torticollis. 
TICMA (stig'-mab). Small acarlet circumscribed spot on 

TIG'MATA HAVDIS (st1g'-mat-ah mii'-dln}. SeeZRaHayH. 
riCMATIZA'TIOM (slig-mat-ii-a'-Hbun]. Appearanoe or a 
•Bttgmahcro and Iberenu the body. 
TILLETTE' Istll-et'). Dagger-VVha inaVramawV, 
riLL'-SOBN. Applied to (elua lha.1, \» 4bbA -Wqbiv ■mini. 



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STILLICID'IUM (stil-ls-iU'-Kiml. See InBttllatlnn. 
BTILLINO'IA (E[ll-tiiJ'-*Ali). Alterative and p\irgaUve rool. 
STIMIJLANTS. Applied loageQMproducliiBreiiewod aollvitr 
ofnnorgan. , 

TIMULA'TIOM (Btlm-a-l£'-ahiin). Action of a sUmulanl. 

TlM-ULUa (Btim'-Q-lua). That which aUraulates an organ, 

TIPA'TION |etl-pa'-«huii). 8ee Con atlpa lion. 

TIRPATIONCelir-pa'-Bhnii). Bee ExUrpatlou, 

riTCH. Sudden, acute pain. 
STO'MA (atD'-mahl. Themoatb. 
STOMAC'ACE (Bto-niak'-as-O]. Slomtil ulceraUon. 
STOM'ACH. Prluclpal or|$an In which food is dlgmtPd. 
STOMACH'IC (8t6-mak'-lk). That which etlmnlale« Iha 

H STCM'ACH PUMP. Apparatiia for removliiH conteut* of 

810™*!. (Hlff-mal). See Oral, 
STOMATAL'QIA. Paiu in the mouth. 
STOMATITIS (sto-mat-i ''tis). Inllainniation uf jn.nitli. 
I STO.MATODYN'IA. Pulii In the moutn. 

STOMATOL'OGY (sta-mal-ol'Ki-Je). Bclence reialiliK to itut, 

STO.UATOMALA'CIA. Sofleulng of waUai 
STOMATOME'NIA (sW-mal-o-n: 

bliwdtiirough mouth. 
STOMATONECRO'SIS. UioerouH affection of mouth. I 

BTOMATOP'ATHY [BtO-mat-op'-ath-c). Diseases of tho^otttbi." 
I BTO'MATOPLASTY (al^'-mol-o-piafl-te}. Plastic oral surgerx. i 
STOMATORRHA'QIA (slO-mat-or-a'-Je-ali). Oral hemorrhage, , 
STONE (stfin). See Calculus. 
STOOL (stu1]. FgcbI discharge. 
STOP'PAQE. ObatruclioQ. 

BTRABIS'MIC. AJTcetcd with iitrablBmus. 

STRABIS'MUB. equlnting; crosB-oje. 

BTRABOM'ETER. lDBtrumentdet«rtalnlugatnountofEtrabi>-' 



STRAN'GLES. An equine dl 
STRANCULATED HER'Nl* 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 267 

STRANGULA'TION (strang-u-lft'-shun). Choking; excessive 

constriction of a part. 
STRAN'GURY (stran'-Ju-re). Dribbling mieturation. 
STRA'TUM. A layer. 
STREPTO-BACTE'RIA (strep-to-bak-te'-re-ah). Bacteria linked 

together. 
STREPTOCOCCUS. Micrococci linked together. 
STRETCHIER. An arrangement for removing the Kick, to be 

carried by two or more men. 
STRI'A (stri'-ah). A grooved line. 
STRI'ATE (stri'-at). Grooved. 
STRICT'URE (strick'-tur). Constriction of u passage, as the 

urethra. 
STRICTUROT'OMY. Operation for relief of stricture. ;: 

STRID'ULUS (8trid'-u-lus). A creaking noise. 
STROKE (strok). A sudden acute attack, as apoplexy-. 
STRO'MA (str6'-mah). Organic texture. 
STRON'GYLUS (stron'-jil-lus). Genus of thread worms. 
STROPHAN'THIN. Active principle of strophanthus ; it is 

poisonous. 
STROPHAN'THUS (stro-fan'-thus). Seed furnishing strophan- 

thin ; heart tonic. 
STROPH'UI-US (strof-ii-lus). See xMiliarla.. 
STRUCT'URE (struk'-tur). Texture ol an organ; also the 

organ itself. 
STRUCTIJRAL (struk'-tur-al). Pertaining to a structure. 
STRU'MA (stru'-mah). See Scrofula and Goitre. 
STRU'MOUS. Affected with scrofula. 
STRYCH'NIA (strik'-ne-ah). See Strychnine. 
STRYCH'NINE. Alkaloid of nux vomica. 
STRYCH'NISM. Poisoning from strychnine. 
STUMP. Remaining portion of a limb after amputatimi. 
STUNNED (stund). Condition resulting from sudden shock. 
STUPE (stup). See Fomentation. : -, 

STU'POR. Unconsciousness; lethargy. 
STUPRA'TION (stu-pra'-shun). See Stuprum. 
STU'PRUM (stu'-prum). Rape. 
STUR'DY (stir'-de). Healthy ; robust. 
STUT'TER. See Stammer. 
STUT'TERER. .Que who stutters. 
STY. See Stye. 
STYE (stl). See Hordeolum. 
STY'LIFORM. See Styloid. 
STY'LOID. Resembling a stylus. 
BTY'LUS. A probe. 



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8TV-MA tsir-mah). See SlymBlosls. 
STYHATO'SIS. Paluful erection with bemorrbage. 
STYP'TtC (BUp--Ulc). Prug Hlopplnic hemorrhiige by loeml kp 

SUB. PreflK denntlDK under 

SUBACUTE' |8ut)-ukHlt'>. Applied to dlVPUHu or attach 

la not violent. 
SUBARACH'NOID <Hu1>-ar-Bk--nold). I'udpr the anwhiMUl 

SUBCLA'VIAN (sub-kli'-ve-an). Vaaer the cluvlcle. 
SUBCLAVIC'ULA. Tlie first rib. 
SUBCLAVICULAR («ui)-kluv-lb--0-liir), l-ertalnlng 

SUBCLA'VIUa (Bub-klfl'-ve-us). Muscle between alKTlola « 

8UB-C03TAL. Below a rib. 
SUBCRU'REUS (i.ub-kr(i'-re-u». A email remoriil muaule. 
■ U SCUTA NE'O US. Under tlie gklo. 
SUBDELIR'IUU. Delirium of moderate i<evcrlt>-. 
SUBDU'RAL (sub-du'-ralj. Benealb tbedura muter. 
SUBEPIDER'MAL. Beneatb the epidermis. 
SU'BERIN (ali--ber-lD). Powdered cork. 
SUBGRONDA'TION (BUb^ron-da'-^hun). Applied where (u 

boDeHilpBnnder Hootber; as a bone at bead. 
SUBINVOLUTION {eub-in-vO-lQ'-BhuD). Defective InvolutlML 
SUB'JECT. A cadaver. One who la treated Tor a. diaease. 
SUBJECTIVE. That which ta due lo external condltlonB. 
SUBJU'OAL (sub-JO'-eal). Under the cheek bones. 
SUBLIO'AMEN (Bub-ils'-aiii-cn). A Iierulal support. 
SUB'[.IMATE(aiib'-lini-at). Product reaultlnB from. BubU; 

SUB'LIMATE, CDRRO'SIVE. Bichloride or mercury. 
SUBLIMA'TION (eub-llni-i'-ehun). Reducing a solid tovi 

SUBLINO'UAL (BUb-IlDg'-val). Under the tousue. 
BUBLUXA'TIDN (siib-luk»4'-Bbun|. Moderate dislocation. 
SUBMAM'HARY. Under the mammary gland. 
SUBitlAX'ILLARY(BUb-niuka'-ll-A-re). Under tbejawb 
SUBMENTAL. Under the chin. 
SUBMU'COUS (Bub-mu'-kus). Under a rauoous membrwu. 
SUBNOR'MAL, Below tbe standard. 
SUBOC'CIPOT. Under the occiput. 
SUBOR'SITAL. Beneath theorblt; Inrraorbltal. 

TION. Having a 0Qtt44Uoii bo that It n 



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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. KW 

SUBPLEUfRAL (Knb-plQ'-ral). Undor the pleural cavity. 
SUBPU'BtC (aab-pQ'-bik). Under the pubes. 
SUBSCAPULAR (BUtHikap'-a-lBr). Under the scapula. 
EUBSCAPULA'RIS iHub-akap-ft-U'-rli-J. MobcIb L.elow the 

SUBEE'ROUS |«ub-BC''-ruBl. Under hspfoub membrane. 
SUBSI'DENCE isub-»I'.denB). Applied toatage of diaease where 

BfmptnmK Breaiibgldlng. 
SUBSTITUTION (8Ul>«ll-tii'-«liuul. The act of flUlng u pre- 

BcHptioD with ndlOcrenC or apuriouB make of dniga than 

lho«e designated. 
SUBSUL'TUS. Spasmodic twitching. 
SUCCEDA'NEUM (Euk-eOKU'.n^um). Aiubstitule. ^tewdrug 

wlilcb IB preferable ta anolber which has been in use. 
SUCCINATE |Buk'«ln-g.l), Salt of Bnu^lnlc acid andahaae. 
SUCCIN'IC ACID. Acid conatUucnt of amber oil. 
BUC'CINUH (Buk'-^lD-um). Amber oil. 
SOC'CUa (ink'-UB), JulceofaploQt. 
SUCCULENT {BUk'-Q-lenl). Applied lo Juicy H-uIib. 
SUCCUS'SIOK (BUk-UBh'-on;. Bubbling sound when a Raid !■ 

agltaUid In a cavity. 
SUCK(siik), Artof anlnlbnt wben expreBslDK ™u^ from Ite 

molber'a bread; to nurse. 
SUCK'ING BOTTLE. FlaBk with rubbtr nipple, holding inilk 

SUDAM'INA. Miliaria. Dlseaee of sweal-glandE. 

SUDATION. Perspiring. 

SUDATO'RIUM (aO-dS-Ki'-re-um). Intensely heated room for 

B wealing purpoBeH. 
SU DATORY («ti'Hli-t*-rel. Perlalnlng to Budatlon. 
SU'DOR (BQ'-dor). Sweat. 
SU'DORAL(BQ'-dor-al). Bee Bndatory. 
SU'DOR ANC'LICUS. An eudemlc EugllBh fever. 
SUDARATION. SceBndatlon. 

SUDORIF'ERDUS (sQ-dor-ir-er-UB). Sweat convejing. 
SUDORIFIC (Bfi-dor-ir-lk). That wbleh csubbh BweaUiig. 
SUDORIPAROUS (aQ-dor-ip'-ar-ue). Producing Bweal- 
EUET. MUTTON. Rendered fat of Bbeep. 
SUFFOCATION (Btif-O-ka'-Bhun). Eilernal prevention ut 

respiration. 
SUFFU'SION (Buf-Q'-Rbunj. Infiltration, q. v, 
SU'CAR (aa'-gar). Bee Sacch arum. 
SU-GAR CANE. Plant yielding sugar. 
SU'QAR OF MILK (Kl'-gar uv ToWli^. ftwn-.\. \w.B.v-i v«*'^-' 

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270 WARNER'S POCKET MEDICAL 

SUQILLA'TION (HuJ-ll-a'-Rhun). Etftision of blood ia tlsRoe 
causing cutuin'oua discolorutiou. 

SU'ICIDE (sQMs-Id). Self-destruction, usually due to melan- 
cholia. 

SUL'CATED (sul'-ka-ted). Having grooves. 

SUL'CUS (siil'-kus). A groove. 

SUL'PHATE (sul'-mt). Salt of sulphuric acid. 

SUL'PHIDE (sul'-ndi. Compound of sulphur and another 
olernt.'nt. 

SUL'PHONALiBUl-fo'-niil). A soiK)rinc. 

SUL'PHUR (sur-f< ru NDn metal ; sudoriflo nnd luxatlve. 

SULPHUR'IC ACID. Valuable corrosive. 

SU'MACH (su'-mak). An astrini^ent plant. 

SUM'BUL. Nervine; proscribed to a great extent in female 
disorders. 

SUM'MIiR CATARI^H'. See Hay Fever 

SUMMER COMPLAINT'. Diarrhea; infantllo cholerti. 

SUN'BURN. JiiJlaniniation of skin due to lenj^thy cxposare 
to .suiili;;ht. 

SUN' FEVER. Intensely f.'vorish disease, a*ital<j:la and erup* 
tion,ete. 

SUN' FLOWER. I'lant used in diseases of respiratory tract. 

SUN' STROKE (strok). Condition due to Inton-s-.' heat of sun. 

SUPERCIL'LIARY (,su-per-sil'-yar-0;. Pertaininjjf to oyebruw. 

SUPEKCIL'LIUM. Tlie eyebrow. 

SUPERFLCUNDA'TICN. Compound ovular fertilization. 

SUPERFETA'TION v^^'i-pcr fe-tri'-sium.). Impregnation of 
woman already pregnjint. 

SUPERFICIAL fsu-per-flsh'-ar. On the surface only. 

SUPERF'LUOUS (su-perf-Iu-us'. Not necessary; Kupe^nurae^ 
ary. 

SUPERIMPRtGNA'TION (riu-prr-ini-preg-na'-shun). See Su- 
pcrfetatlon. 

SUPERINVOLU'TION (sfi-pcr-in-vo-lfi'-shun). Abnormal in- 
volution. 

SUPE'RIOR (sii-pe'-re-or). Applied to uppermost of several 
parts. 

SUPERPUKGA'TION. Abiioriiial i)iirgation. 

SUPERSECRE'TION isu-per-sr-krr'-sluin i. Abnormal secre- 
tion. 

SUPERLACTA'TIONisu-per-lak-tfi'-shnn'. Kxcessive lactation. 

SUPERNA'TANT. That wliich is on toi) (>r a fluid. 

SUPINATION (^sfi-pin-iV-shun. Position of hand with palm 
vppormofit; act of fo p\*Ae\\v^\u\\\<A. 
8UPINA 'TOR < su-pin-fi'-lovV ^Vv\:^e\e ^tovXucXw^ ^v\v\w«A\ci\x. 



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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 271 

SUPINE' (su-pin'). Reclining with face and abdomen, etc., 
uppermost. 

SUPPOS'ITORY, Highly soluble medicated cone for vaginal 
or rectal insertion. 

BUPPRES'SION (sup-resh'-un). Non-appearance of a normal 
discharge. 

SUPPURATION. Pus-formation. 

SUP'PURATIVE. Pertaining to suppuration. 

SUPRACLAVICULAR (su-pra-kla-vlk'-u-lar). Above the clav- 
icle. 

SUPRAOR'BITAL (su-prah-or'-bit-al). Above'the orbit. 

SUPRARE'NAL (su-prah-re'-nal). Above the kidney. 

SUPRARE'NAL CAPSULES. Small organ above each kidney. 

SUPRASCAP'ULAR (su-prah-skap'-u-lar). Above the scapula. 

SUPRASPrNAL (su-prah-spl'-nal). Above or on the spine. 

SUPRASPINAL'IS. Small spinal muscle. 

SUPRASTER'NAL. Above the sternum. 

SUPRAVAGINAL (sQ-prah-vaj'-in-al). Above the vagina. 

SU'RA (su'-rah). Calf of leg. 

SU'RAL (su'-ral). I»ertaining to the sura. 

SUR'DITY (sir'-dit-O). Deafness ; " hard of hearing." 

SUR'DOMUTE (s'ir'-do-mut). A mute who cannot hear. 

SUR'GEON* (sir'-jun). A physician who performs surgical 
operations. 

SUK'CERY (sTr'-jer-e). Science of incision or excision of parts 
of the body. 

SUR'GICAL (sir'-JI-kal). Pertaining to surgery. 

SUSCEPTIBLE. Sensible; condition in which a disease is 
easily acquired. 

SUSPEN'DED ANIMATION. Apparent death. 

SUSPEN'SORY (sus-pen'-s6-re). Bandage sustaining a part. 

SUSPENSO'RIUS. A muscle upholding a part. 

SUSOR'RUS (su-sur'-us). Murmuring sound. 

SUTURE (sa'-tur). Seam where bones have "knitted" to- 
gether. Sewing of a wound or incision. 

SWEAT (swet). Secretion of sweat glands. 

SWEAT GLANDS. Glands on body from which sweat exudes. 

SWEATING FE'VER. See Sudor Anglicus. 

SWEET OIL. Olive oil. 

SWEL'LING. Inflammatory enlargement. 

SWOON (swftn). Fainting. 

SYCEPH'ALUS (si-sef-a-lus). Double-headed monster with 
cerebral union. 

SYCO'MA fsl-ko'-mah). See Condyloma. 

SYCO'SJS (8i-k0'-8ifi). P'ollicular luftammaVvow vA \vw\\ . 



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SYD'EN HAM'S CHORE' A. See Chorea. 
SYD'ENHAM'S l.AU'DANUIiI. Mixture approilmatlnB ona 

pert of opium to Dine parts or Bine. 
•Vl.'VlUS, AQUEDUCT OF. Bee Aiiueduot or BylvlUB. 
8YMBLEPH ARON (Elm-blef-arKiD). See PrapbTEis. 
SYM'ELUS (elm'-el-ue). Monster with unlaDOflowercxLremJty. 
BYME'3 OPERATION. Removal of foolat ankle Joint. 
SVMPATHET'IC. PerUlDlng to HyiiipatlieUc nerve and com- 

munlcatlDgeaDBlliL. 
BYM'PATHY. Applied to coDdlllon wbi>re an uninjured part 

IB affei^ted by one that 1b Injured, an losing algbt of one ejs 

duo to Injury of tbe other eye. 
BYMPHYSEOT'OMY. See SymphyBlotomy. 
SYMPHYSIOTOMY (glmHt^-ot'^mc). Incision of BympbrA 

pubis, to assist dlflloult labor. 
BYM'PHYSIS (Eim'-QB-la). Union of cairlliHges oi 
SYMPO'DIA (Bim-pfi'-d^^b). See BycepbaluB. 
SYMPTOM (eimp'-tum). See PbenomenOD. 
SYMPTOMATIC (Blmp-lo-mat'-lk). Pertaining to aymplDina. 
BYMPTOMATOGTJAPHY. Deacrtptlon of symptomB. 
SYHPTOMATOL'OOY. Science relnUng to Byniptoma. 
BYH'PUS Blm'-puB). Bee BycepbaluB. 
SYNAI-'OIA (Bin-al'-Je-ah). Pain In one part due to afTecUonof 

another part. Bee BympHtby. 
BYNAPTASE. BeeEmulRlon. 

BYNARTHRO'DIA (Bln-ai^thrfi'-de-Bb). See SynarlhraaU. 
SYNARTHRO'SlS (sln-ar-tbro'-e1n|. Joint which doea not pO' 

mttmovement. 
SYNCBPH'ALUS (Kln-Bef'-al-UB). Double monster vlth oei«bntll 

BYNCHONDRO'SIS. CartllBglboue nnlon of n Joint. 
SYNCHONDBOT'OMY. SceSympbyaiotooiy. 
SYN'CHBONUS (siu'-krC-DUE). Concoinllajil; concnrrant. 
SYN'CHYSIS. Uniuaal attenuated condlllon of vlbvtMl'* 

humor. 
SYNCLO'NUS {Hin-tlO'-nUB). Mild muscnlar spasm. 
BYN'COFE (Bln''k6-pe). FalntlngHt; sudden luw of oonsdODfr 

nesB due to shock. 
SYNDACTYLISM. Web-llkeJoInlDgorflngerfi. 
SYNDAC'TYLUS. Bee Syndiirtyllkm. 
BYNDECTOMY (sln-dek'-lfrmf). ReraovHl of i 

BYNDESMI'TIS |Kln-def:-iiii'-tlf). Inflammation of llgamenll.J 
flKJKOESMOG'RAPHYtilu-dea-tiiog'-ra-fel. U?BeripUoiioril«»- 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 2»» 

SYNDESMGL'OGY (Bin-deB-mol'-^j§). Science of ligaments. 

SYNDESMO'SIS (sin-des-md'-fiis). Union of bone by ligaments. 

SYNDESMOT'OMY (sin-des-mot'-^me). Incision of a ligament. 

SYNECHIA (8in-^-k&>ah). Abnormal union of parts. 

SYN'ERGY (sin'-Sr-je). Assisting ; J oin t operation. 

SYNGEN'ESIS (sin-Jen'-e-sis). Generation due to coitus. 

8YN NEURG'SIS (sin-a-r6'-6is). See Syndesmosis. 

SYN'GCHA (sin'-^kah). Continued febrile affection. 

SYN'OCHUS (sin'-^kus). Same as synocha. 

SYNGPHTHAL'MUS (sin-off-thal'-mus). See Cyclopia. 

SYNGR'CHISM (sin-or'-klzm). Union of testes. 

SYNGS'CHEGS (sin-os'-ke-ds). Penile and scrotal adhesion. 

SYNOSTEGG'RAPHY (sin-os-te-og'-rSrfe). Description of the 
joints. 

SYNGSTEGL'OGY (sin-os-te-or-a-je\ Science of the Jomts. 

SYNOSTEO'SIS (sin-os-te-o'-sis). See Synostosis. 

SYNOSTEOT'OM Y (sin-os-te-ot'-d-me). Join t or bone dissection. 

SYNOSTO'SIS (8in-os-t5'-8is). Union of bones by bones. 

SYNO'TIS (sin-a'-tis). Double monster umbillcally united with 
abnormality of the ears. 

SYNCVIA (sin-6'-ve-ah). Secretion of synovial membrane. 

SYNCVIAL MEM'BRANE. Inner envelope of joint capsule. 

SYNOVrTIS (sin-6-vi'-ti8). Inflammation of a synovial mem- 
brane. 

SYN'THESIS. Building up of a compound. 

SYNTHET'IC (sin-thetMk). Pertaining to synthesis. 

SYN'TGNIN. Acid albumen of the body. 

SYNULO'SIS. Cicatrization. 

SYN U LOT'IC (sin-Q-lotMk). Agent causing synulosis. 

SYPHILELCG'SIS (sif-il-el-k6'-sls). Formation of syphilelcus. 

SYPHILEL'CUS. An ulcer of syphilitic origin. 

SYPH'ILICOME (sif-il-ik-dm). Syphilitic dispensary. 

SYPHaLIDE (sif-il-id). Syphilitic affection. 

SYPHILIPHO'BIA (sif-il-if-d'-be-ah). Intense fear of syphilis. 

SYPH'ILIS (sif-il-is). Venereal disease with ulcerous forma- 
tions, hereditary and also acquired by coition. 

SYPHILIT'IC. Pertaining to syphilis. 

SYPHILIZATIGN. Inoculation with virus of syphilitic ulcer- 
ation. 

SYPHILGDER'MA. Syphilitic affection ; syphilide. 

SYPHILGQ'ENY (sif-il-og'-en-e). Propagation of syphilis. 

SYPHILGGRAPH (sif-il-o-graph). Description of syphilis. 

SYPHILGG'RAPHER (sif-il-og'-ra-fer). Writtit ot ^.^g^XsJO^N^fc 
literature. 

SYPHILOG'RAPHY (sif-il-og'-ra-fe). DescxVpUort c>l ^^ v^'^"^^- 



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SYPH'ILOID (sir-ll-oid). Of a Hyphillllo nature. 

SYPHII^l/BPIS(Bir-U-ol'-«p-is). Fnrm or eyphllM. 

SVPHILOL'ODY. Science rplatlnglQ syphilis. 

8yPHII.O'MA (air-lI-S'-mali). Tumor at Hyphllitie origin. j^ 

SYPHYI.DHA'NIAI'slMl-O-mfL'-iie-ah'. JnleiiHe dread ofsylriK 

Ills. 
SYPHYLOP'ATMY (Blt-il-op'-Qth-S). Syphilitic dise 
SYPHON (SI'-fOQ). Bee Siphon. 
SYR, AbbrevlBllonfnrB.vrup. 
SYB'INGE (Blr'-lDj). Inatrnment for Injecting fluid, as a hypo-; 

dermic ayrln^. 
SYRINOITia(Bir-lQ-JI'-tia). Iiiflamniatlon of i; 

tube. 
SYRINGOHYE'LIA (slr-lng-g6-mW-l&*h). Heesiyrlngoniyelw, 
SYBtNGDMYELrTia (slr-log-ga ral-el-l'-tla), Malaola of aplnij 

cord attended with hypertrophy, etc. 
SYRINGOMY'ELU5(iilr-liig-gd-inl'-el-iis). Mooslcr wlUi apliH^ 

SYRIN'GOTOME (alr-Iug'-^a-tom]. luBtrument for syrlngot- 

SYRINGOT'OMY iBlr-lng-gol'-o-mfl). loclslon of BBtula. 

BYR'UP (sir'-up). Sugar-BWeelenod wnter. 

SYRU-PUa (Blr-u'-puB). Bee Syrup. 

BY'SOHA. Double monster united by thorax. , 

BYSPA'SIA (BlB-p£'4e-ah]. Certain spasmodic aSbclioa. 

BYSSARCO'SIS (nlB-ar-kil'-EUJ. Osneouti union by miucles. 

SYSTALTIC (alB-tal'-tlk). ContractluK, 

SYSTEM [Bla'-tcm]. Arrangement In regular order of the pari*' 

of tbe body. See Ecooomy. 
SYSTBMAT'IC (BiB-lem-at'-lkl. Pertaining to b 
SYSTEM'IC («lB-Mm'-lk). Same as syslamatlc. 
SVBTOLE (BlB'-t6-li<). Contraction of heart during cl re nlattov 

of blood. 
BYSTREM'MA (slB-trem'-ali). Ci-imp In Ibe leg. 



T-BANDAGE. 
TABACUM (inh-ak' 








-ri 


rA-BES (W-biz). Systeniallc whbHds away. 




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TA-BES DORSAl-'ia (U'-lx'z aor-sal'-lB). Plseuae 




ns loco- I 






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tABETlC (tu-bet'-lk). One having tabea. 






TA-BLE. 8mall,thlii,fial.parlorboay. A c-Iubs 


fled 


1|8U 


fA-BLH SALT. Sodium chloride. 






TABT-ET (tab'-letl. Small moaldad dry medlcan 






TA'BUH. geoSanlPB. 






TACHES CEREBRALES. Scarlet spotted aindltlon of Htlll. | 


TACHYCAR'DIA |tjik-0-knr'-de-ah|. Rapid cardiac p 


laatlon. 


1:ACHYPNE'A (lak-lp-ne'-aH). Eapld rpeplratioti 






TACTILE (tttk'-tU). Pertaining to the sense of to 


uch 


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TACTILITV. PercEptlblllty of loach. 




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TAOLIACOTIAN OPERA'TION (tal-yah-kd'-^) 




-OI«r^'- I 


ahno). PlaatlBHurBeryof thenose. 




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rAIL (til). The acuity at end of oigao. Bony 




emlly ot ■ 


animals beginning ju«t above rectum. 




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TAl/CUH (tal'-kum). Mineral substance having 


a greasy feet- | 


Ing; used largely for the skin. 




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rAL/IPES (lal'-lp^*). DlBtorled foot OBUally congenital: club. I 


foot. 




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rALIPES CALCA'NEUS. a form of club-foot t 




mto» 1 


grow upward uod do not toneh the ground. 




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tAI,^PB3 EQUI'NOa. Form of olub opptwlW I 


Talipes ral- 1 


caneuB, only the toes touching the ground. 




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TAI/IPES VAL'GUS. Club-foot In which toot 1 




„d out 


ward. 




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TAI/IPE3 VAR-US, Club-loot In which toot U (. 




.,.-.«. 


TAL/PA. Mole; cutaneous ma«u1a. 






TA1.US lia'-luB). SeeAstrogslUB. 






TAM'ARIND (Ura'-ar-lnd). LaiatWe fruit. 






rAHfON. Mass of cotton usually medicated: i 






alertne diseaseB. 






rAKPONADE'ltam-pon-adl. Uslngof aUmpo. 






TANACETUM. Tansy; promotes menstrual flow. 




;AHQ^E-TENT (Caog'.gl-tent}. See Sea Tangle. 






•AN-NIC ACID. Be« Tannin. 












FAN'SY ttan'-Be). See Taoacetum. 




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TAPE'-WORM (tip'-weriQ). Seo Tenia. 




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rAPlCyCA (Wp-e-fl'-kahl. Stareh oblalnpd from I 


opi 


ul plBQl. ■ 






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TAR. Bee Pti LKinlda. 




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TAR'ANTISM. Daocliig mania or cliorea. 
TARANTIS'MUS. See TanntUiu. 
TARAXACUM (tar-akB-Hk-iim). DHDdellon root,! 

alBOBtlraulales flow of urine. 
TARDIEU'8 SPOTS. Spotted condition of lungs 

di'atb due to gulTOFallan. 
TAR'SAL. Pprlalnlng ui the tArauH. 
TAR'SAL CARTILAGE. Palpebral taraui. 
TAR8AL'Q[A (tar-flal'-Je-ah). Fain In the. tarenB. 
TARSEC'TOMY (tar-sek'-16-me). Removal of ton. 
TARSI'TIS (1ar«I'-tlB). Palpebral maamniatlon. 
TARSOPHY'MA (tar-«6-n'-mabi. Taraal tamor. 
TARSOR'RHAPHY (lar-Eor'-a-rBj. OperaUon dlmlnlBhlns 

TARBOT'OMY (tar-BOt'-O-me). EiclBlon of palpebral tamok' 
TAR'SUB. TlielDHtcp. Palpebral carlllage- 
TAR'TAR. BnbKlanee collecting on teetb ; It Ib oT«&ni oe 
TARTAR EMETIC. Antimony and polBMliim tartrate. 
TARTAR'IC. Pertaining to or reBenvbllng tartar. 
TARTARIC ACID. Fruit Ri;ld havlDK cooling propertta. 
TASTE (Usl). tJtiQBe wblcli dlBllngulBlies 

TASTE'- BULBS, Minute bodies In tongue. 

TAUKIN (taw'-rlBl. BlllouB conBUtuenl. 

TAUROCHO'LIC ACID. A bilious atld. 

TAXIS (takB'-ls). Reduclneabernla by msi: 

T. D, Abbrevlatlonfllgnlfylugtbrlce dally, "Ter In ale. 

TEA Hi). AiUmulating beverage eontalnlujj Ibetu. 

TEA'BERRY (td'-ber-e). Be« OHUltheHa. 

TEARS (teerE). AqueooB aecretlon oflacbrymal gland. 

TEAT(tel), Nipple. 

TECHNOTO'NIA (tek-nO-l^'-ne-ali). Infantlelde. 

TEETH (latb). Number of Uttla prongs inserted In a i 

maxillary bones. 
TEETHING (l^th'-lng). See Dentition. 
TEGMENTUU, An envelope. 

TEQ'UMENT. Rnbtiance enveloping a body or part. 
TEGUMENTARY. Pertaining lo a tegument. 
TEICHOP'SIA (ti-kop'-ae-ah). Temporary bllndnes* 

TEINES'MUS. Bee Tenesmus. 

TE1NODYN1A (ti-u6-dlii'.<-ah). Pain In the lendona, 
TE'LA fUy-iab). A web-Uke tlsBne. 

TEI-ANOIECTASIS (Wl-an-lV-eV-MiB-W. N'awtvftMt 4t 
.TBi-ANOIO'SlSttel-aft-Jeriy-itol. 0\BeB«i-- ^ 



DICTIUNARY OF TODAY. OT 

TELEG'RAPHERS- CRAMP. SpBSio of muBcles of arm ot 

iph trauBmitters. 
TELEP'ATHY. MiDd-readliiK. 
TEL.EPATH-IC. Pertaining to tplepattiy, 
TELOMALA-CIA (teW-raal-fl'-ae-tth). See EryBipelBs. 
TSH'PERAMENT. CODBlitutloD i dlapoaUlOD ofii being. 

VPERATURE. Variation ua to degree ur beat or eold In 
the body; alio applied to Bsme conditions of atmosplian;. 
TEM'PLE. That pnrt of heed on each side of forebead. 
TEM'PORAL. Perlulninglcilie temple. 
TEM'ULENCE. See DlpBomnnlB. 

TENACULUM (tCQ-ok'-Q-luni,. Biiial! Instrumeiit linving 
Ik. 

'encHinuK. 

idltlon of a part which expe- 

TEN'DINOUa {ten'-dln-us). PertolninB to u tendon, 
TEN-DON. Cord-IIke parallel Abres of muEClee. 
TENES'HUB. Bphlnctcralgla with Itwiueut deslie Ui go to 

TE'NIA (U'-ne-ob). Uenus of Intestinal worms. A ligature. 

TE'NIAFUaE(te'-nl-af-uJ). Agent caualng expulsion of tenia. 

TE'NICIDE (l^'-nli-ld). Agent deetroiflng tunia. 

TENNVam (ten'-ls-lni. Cerlain eerebral^uhatance. 

TENOO'RAPHY (Cen-og'-ra-fe). Description of tendons. 

TENOL'OGY. Science. 

TENONrT13(len-on-i'-llii). Jnflamnialion of Tenon's Capsolo, 

TENON'S CAP-SULE. A fasula of tbe eyeball. 

TENONTOC'RAPHY. See Teuograpbj-. 

TENONTOL'OGY. SeeTenologj-. 

TENONT'AORA. Tcndluousgoiil. 

TENONTODVN'IA (len-on-to-dlu'-e-ahl. Pain In a leiid.m. 

TENOR'RHAPHY(teu-or'-iir-ej. Suturing a tendon. 

TENOSTO'SIS. Couverelou of a tendon lo bone, 

TEN'oroME (ten'.*Wim), Instniinent for tenotomy. 

TENOT'OMY (ten-ot'^mf). Inclnlon of a. tendon. 

TENSE. Drawutlgbtlyocalretubed. 

TEN'SION <(cn'-sbun). Applied to tenoe condition of an organ. 

TEN'SOR. Muscle producing tension ol a part. 

TENSOR TAR'S! HUS'CLE. A lachrymal muscle. 

TENT, HoU of Cubrlo or sponge for dilating canal uf tbe 

TENTI'OO (len-tl'^;ii). Painful erection of penla. 
TEPHROMYEUI'TIS Itef-ri-ml-eH'-tVai. IttRo.ttiiQi.W'ni- >A >»;» 
matter uf (lord. 






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.nnt» . 1 vorm"'''" — J uti ana""- 

MlM value. „iantel"^^'* 

to XI" _ , Two laTK^ 

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DICTIOSARV OF TO-DAY. 279 

THALXIN. Chemlcsl oaed in febrile dlaeBses, 
THANATOFMO'BIA |llian-at^l6'-be-8ta). Atinoniial dread of 

THE'A (Ibtf'-ah), SeeTea. 

THE'BAINE (tue'-bi-ln). An alkaloid of opium. 

THE'CA |the'-kah), ABheath. 

THE'CAL(lbS'-kal). Pertatnloe toa theca. 

TKECI'TIS (LhC-al'-tU). iDflammattOD of a thcuu. 

THE'IN (Ibf'-ln). Acllva principle of tea, used largely aa a 

aubstllQte forcaflblue. 
THELAL-QIA (Ihe-lal'-Je-ah). Palo In the Dlpplc. 
, THELITIS (thS-lr-tIa). Innammatlon of the nipple. 
THELON'CUS (the-lODg'-km). Tumor about the nipple. 
THELORRHA'QIA (the-Ior-d'-J&«h|. Hemorrbaite fi'om the 

nipple. 
THE'NAl.(tb«'-nBl). Pertalulns to the thenar. 
THE'NAR Ithe'-nar). Palniof linnd orsole of foot. 
THEOBRO'MJBO'LBUU. Cacao butter. 
THEOMA'NIA (tliE-S-ma'-ne-ah). Maniacal uaiidltlon due (o 

rPUgton. 
THERAPEUTIC (ther4p-Ii'-t1k). Pertalniug to IherapeutlOA. 
THERAPEU'TICAL. Same as the rape uttc. 
THERAPEU'Ttca|lher4p-a'-tlkB). Brancti of taedlulne rela- 



L perception of 

THERM ESTKEBIOM'ETER (thenn-eB-the^e-om'-et-er). iDstrn- 

lueut for Bscerlalnlng amount of thermee(be«lB. 
THER'MIC (thef-nilki. PerUlulns to heat. 
THER'MIC FE'VER. Bee Heat Stroke j Bun-atroke. 
THERMOGEN'ESIS (tber-mO-Jen'-«-Bls). Production of lieaL 
THERMOL'YSia (ther-raol'-la-ls). BHaolutlon of heat. 
THERMOM'ETER. loBlrament denollng temperature. 
THERHOMEURO'SIS. Kxceulve temperature due to disorder 

of nervom central Byslera. 
THER'MOSTAT. iQaLrument enforelng a uulform degree of 

lu-at. 
THERMOTHER'APY (Iher-mo-tber'-a-p^l. I'ee of heat an a 

tbempeiitlc Bgenl. 
THIQH (ihl). I«a from knee up. 
THlGH'-BONEdhi'-b^n). Femur. 
THIRST. Craving for waler. 
THLIP'SIS. CompresBlon rif apart. 
THOM'SEN'5 DISEASE', CoiigenlUJ e<.tn.niPU<%n o^ mawii** 



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DICTIONARV OF TO-DAY, 
THORACENTE'519. Tapping of tborax fur drOfisy. 
THOKAC'IC |(li6-ras--tk). PertalnlDg to the cliext. 
THORACIC DUCT. Principal lymphatic trunk. 
THORACOCBNTE'SIS, Sen Tlioracenl«Bia. 
THOKACOCVLLO'Sia |th0-rak-6-el1-6'-el5). Tkoroclc luatf 

THORACODID'YMUS. Thoracic united doable monster. 
THOKACODYN'IA (lhi5-rak-min'-e-uh), FQln In tbe thorai 
THORACOM'ETBR (thfi-rak-om'-el-er). Inatrumetit for Hsc 

talTilug deuree of cheat espongion. 
THORACOPAGUS. Sdc Tliorauodlrlymufl. 
THORA'CO PLASTY (thOr-i'-ko-plua-le), Plasllo tboraclc s 

gery, 
THORACOS'COPYdbo-rnk-oa'-ko-pe). Exploring or eiara 

liigchPSl. 
THORACOSTENO'SIS |tho-rak-6-BtS-iio'-als|. Thoracic a 



bylboracoB. 
THCKRAX ilhti'-ralta). Tbe cbe»t cavity. 
TH0RN'APP1.E. Bee StiamODlUTii. 
THREAD [thredl. Catgat.allk. etc., ased toreulurlng. 
THREAD'WORM. Ncmatold worm attacking Intcstioei 
THREPSOL'OGY[threiMol'H}-J^). Science of untritlon. 
THRILL. TrembllnB Tlbration. 
THROAT (tbrflt). Upper part of respirutory trRCt, Incl 

laryiii, pbnryux, etc. 
THROB. Pulaalion. 
THROE (thrfi). Intense palu. 
THROM'BOID. Having nature of tbcorabuH. 
THROMBOPHLEBI'TIS (throm-bO-fle-bl'-tlHi. liiflamii 

THROMBO'SlS(lbrom-ba'-slB). Production of ulUmtubi 
THROM'BUS. A clot ol blood In blcod-veaael. 
THRUSH. BeeApbtbu!. 
THUMB. Short tblck first digit of band. 
THVUEttlm). StimolantTDlallleoll from garden tbym 
THYMELCO'SIS (thi-mel-kfl'-at*). Formation ofalcero 

mus gland, 
THV'HIC{(bi'-tulk). Pertaibing lo Ihyrana or thfnie. 
THY'MION. A wart. 
THYMIO'SIS. Formation of tbymlon, 
THYMI'Tia (thl-ml'-tls). InaammaUon ot tti^n™»»\».i' 
THY'MOLdj'-iDot). AutlBepllr: pTlDcV^Veat iat4fcTi.\.\i 



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THVMUS^thV-muB). Oland in upper thorax of very joaag 

children, but not in adults. 
THY'REOCELB (thr-r$-d-fl$1). Tumor of thyroid gland. 
THYREON'CUS (ihl-r^on'-kui). Bee Thyreooele. 
THYREOPHY'MA (thI-re-6-n'-mah). Hypertrophy of thyroid 

gland. 
THY'ROID. Shield-shaped. 

THY'ROID CARTILAGE. Largest carUlage in the larynx. 
THY'ROID GLAND. Oland situated at upper part of trachea 
THYROIDECTOMY (thI-roId-ek'-t6-me). Removal of thynM 

gland. 
THYROIDOT'OMY (thl-roid-of-^me). Incision of thyroid 

gland. 
TH YROT'OMY (ihl-rot'-^me). See Thyroidotomy. 
TIBIA (tib'-e-ah). Large flute-shaped bone of leg. 
TIB'IAL. Pertaining to the tibia. 
TIC (tik). Spasmodic muscular action. 
TIC DOU'LOUREUX (tik doo'-loo-ru). NeuraJgia of the Aws 

with muscular twitching of part affected. 
TIG'LII O'LEUM. Croton oil. 

TIN. A very common metal looking somewhat like silver. 
TINCTURA (tink'-ta-rah). See Tincture. 
TINCTURE (tink'-tar). Vegetable principles dissolved !■ 

alcohol. 
TIN'EA (tin'-e-ah). Disease of skin due to fungus. 
TIN'EA TON'SURANS. Ringworm atfection of the soalp. 
TIN'EA VERSICO'LOR. Parasitic skin disease with hrawi 

maculae. 
TIN'NITUS (tin'-it-us). A ringing sound. 
TIN'NITUS AU'RIUM. Ringing sound in the ear. 
TrS ANE ( te'-zan). See Ptisan. 

TIS'SUE (tish'-u). A web or structure resembling a -web. 
TITILLA'TION (tit-il-ft'-shun). The act of tickling; 8calliig« 

terms it the sixth sense. 
TITUBA'TION (titpQ-bft'-shun). Walking with an anstesdj 

step; staggering. 
TOBACCO (td-bak'-d). Weed with sedative and emetic prope^ 

ties. The dried leaf used for smoking and chewing. 
TOBACCO HEART. Excessive accumulation of fat around 

heart due to excessive use of tobacco. 
TOCOL'OGY (t6-kor-5-J6). Science of obstetrics. 
TOD'DY. Mixture of whiskey, sugar and heated water, • 

popular remedy for cramps. 
TOE (16), One of the five extxemiUea at €ud of foot. 
TOE, GREAT. First short thVcVL toe. 




ON. Tirlrtlnco 
COL/1.1S. Wry- 
(IOU& (tor'-tu-ns 
Utoch). TheW 
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TOXICODER'MA (l(iks-lk-6-der'-inah). Pulsunous Inflam 
TOXtCOLOG'lCAL (tx.kH-llt-a-Hi]'-tk-all. Pertaining U> lui 

Off?. 

TOXICOL'OGV. Science relating to polaoiu. 
TOXICOMA-NIA. CravlQit for loilc BUbBtunces. 
TOXICO'SES (lukB-lk-a'-cȣ). Toxic dlBeaae*. 
TOXIF'EROUS <Hiks-ir-cr-ual. Conveying toxic mktter. 
TOK'IN (toks'-lul. PIoiuBiae of varions polDonoUB sabatal 
TRABECULiB ilra-bek'-u-lvi. TUread-llke etruclare Of i 

nee tire llwue. 
TRA'CHEA (tri'-ke^h). The winil-pipe: capal traiun 

TRA'CHEAL (Ira'-kfi-al), Pertaining to Ibe tmtMiea. 
TRACHEITIS ara-kiM'-ll8>. Innaiiiinallon of inwhea. 
TRACHELA'GRA (Lra-kel-i'-arahl. Oouly aO^tlon 

TRACK ELIS'MUS (trfc-aPl-U'-iuu»i>. Muiciilar spiuin i 

TRA'CHELOPLASTV. Plastic lurgery on cervli uieii- 
TRACHELOR RHAPHY (tri-kel-or'-4-fe). Suturi tig cervix nl 

TRACHELOT'OMY. EielBion of neck of ul*rUH. 
TRA'CHBOCELK (tri'-kS-**<!l). Cervloal bernia or tu 

TRACHEORRHA'OIA. Traolieal hemorrhBge. 
TRACHEOS'COPY (iri-kf-oa'-kiVpe). Truclieal PxauuliMtU 
TRACHEOSTENO'SIS (tiu-k^^^Iti-nC-Bls). Slenoels DfuM 
TRA'CHEOTOME (tru'-kc-a-toin). luatrnmenl for traabeoM 
TRACHEOT'OMY Ur"-lt*-ot'-5-ni«. Incision of tracbea. 
TRACHI'TIS (trS-kr-ttB). Inflamma(lon of trachea. 
TRACHO'MA ;lr4-ke'-inftli), DlBeaee of tUe conjunctiva, i 

granular I nHammatloii. 
TRACHYPHO'NIA (trt-kS-ffi'-ne-ab). Hoorspneas. 
TRACTION Itrak'-ahun). Pulling of a pan for correotlOB 

TRACACANTH. A gum esuding Irom a plant; 

various ruedlclual preparatluus. 
TRAGICUS (IfiJ'-lk-us). A mnaole of the ear. 
TRA'QUS itnl'-gUB). Sea AnLlloblum. 
TRANCE. Deep penlBteQtKlecp,BaiiietlnieaBlmulatliigdM 
TRANSFIX' (irans-HKs'). A puncturing or Incis' 
TRANSFORM A'TION. Stmclnral change. 
TRANSFU'SION (trans-ni'-ahun). Forcing blood trtua: 
iJinal into the veViiaot anolhli. 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 2^ 

TRANSMIGRATION (trans-ml-gr&'-«hun). Transfer of a con- 
dition beyond a dividing membrane. 

TRANSMIS'SION (trans-mish'-un). Applied to transmitting 
of diseaee. 

TRANSPIRATION (trans-pir^'-fihun). Gas exuding through 
pores of skin. 

TRANSPLANTATION (trans-plan-t&'-shun). Taking tissue 
ftom body and uniting it to another part; autoplasty; 
grafting. 

TRANSPOSITION (trans-pd-zish'-un). Change of place. 

TRANSUDATION (trans-a-d&'-shun). Cutaneous dropsical 
exudation. 

TRANSVERSE'. Applied to intersection of parts. 

TRAPE'ZIUM (trft-p^-ze-um). A bone of the wrist. 

TRAPE'ZIUS (trft-p^-ze-us). Flat muscle of back and neck. 

TRAP'EZOID (trap'-e-zoid). A bone of the wrist. 

TRAULISHUS. Hesitating speech. 

TRAU'MA (traw'-mah). A wound. 

TRAUMATaC. Pertaining to a wound. 

TRAUMATICINB (traw-matMs-in). Outta percha— morphine 
solution. 

TRAU'MATISM (traw'-mat-izm). Condition of system due to 
wound. 

TREAT'MBNT (tr^t'-ment). Process of curing with remedial 
agents. 

TREM'BLBS (trem'-blz). See Milk-sickness. 

TRE'MOR (tr6'-mor). Trembling ; quivering. 

TREMULATION. Paroxysms of paralysis agitans, q. v. 

TREPAN' (tre-panO. See Trephine. 

TREPHINE'. Instrument for sawing out circular piece of 
cranium. 

TRI'AL CASE. A collection of different lenses for testing the 
eye, 

TRI'AL FRAME. Frame used to hold trial lens during exam- 
ination. 

TRIAN'GLES (trl-an'-gls). Applied to a number of parts of 
body. 

TRIANOULAKIS. Applied to a number of muscles. 

TRI'BADISM (tri'-bid-izm). The act of two women endeavor- 
ing to excite orgasm by assuming positions employed 
during coitus. 

TRICEPH'ALUS (tri-sef-a-lus). Three-heaAft^tcioxv^Vix. 

TRrCEPS ftri'-seps). Muscle liavingUiTfee\\e^^^. 

TRiCHrASlS (trik-i'-as-is). Eye\a8\iesftxoNiiVTi\&v»^^^^^^^^'^ * 



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TRICHI'NA SPIRA'LIS (tiik-I'-nftli ipl-rft'-llii). 0«niu of tfai^ 

WOfnu n jUDsrli's (if tiog. 
TRiCKINI'AS Sltrik-ln-r-^u-lB). Bpc Trii^hlDoala. 
TRICHINCSIS (IHk-ln-A'-cls^. InfecUon bj- trichina. 
TRICHIB'HUa <trih.|E--iuus). Fracture of t, p«rt whleh k 

hardly diHcprnJble. 
TRICHOCEPH'ALUS. A geiins of nemaUilit woroiB. 
TRICUOCLA'SIA(trlk-O-kia'-ae-ab). Brlttleocas and brMtU^ 

or bBlr 
TRICHOGLOS'SIA (tiik.ft«1oe'-e4h]. Haii? oondltlMi d 

TRICH-OID (trlk'-«ld). IlMemblInK liair. 
TRICHOl-'OaY (lrik-ol'.*-Je), Hclenep of hair. 
TRICHONO'Sia (trlk-OQ-G'tile). Dbease ot the h>lr. 
TRICHOPATHY (tiik-op'-alli-Sl. Dlseue of tbe h*lr. 
TRICHOPHYTON (IrMiii-n'-totil. PurulU Of the »emlp MW 

TRICHORRH£'A(trt-kor-«'-Bh). See Alopeclk. 

TRICHOS'CHISIS. Splittlngorendiof batr. 

TRICHO'SIS. UlaeasG ot hair. 

I-RiCho'ses. DIseaao of hair. 

TRICOL-OGY (trI-oor-4-Je). Bee Trioholosy. 

TRICUS'PID. HavlrtK ihree folds or tegmenta, aa the rl^ 

aurleulo-venlrk'Ular curdiaf valvp. 
7R[ENCEPH'ALUS <trl-eD-aer-al-un). Monster lacklnc tbfM 

«eaBes--filehl,'hEariiig and smell. 
TRIFA'i:iAL.arI-m--shal). Filth pair of craoial nerve*. 
TRIGEMINUS «trl-Jem'-ln-uBj. Same u trifacial. 
TRIQEM'INAL. Pertaining to trlKemlnut. 
TRI'OONE. TbreG-BQelcdApaceatlower portion of blMldA 
TRIGOTIUM Same aa trigone. 
TRIOTIAL.. Synthetic hypnotic. 

TRIOR'CMlD <tri-or'-k1d). One having three teaUoIei. 
TRIPLETS (trlp'-Ieti). Three InfantM produced durlnf oM 

pregnancy and bora at same time. 
TRIPLO'PIA. Trlpl vlaloti of same object. 
TRIP'SIS. SlsQiryltxgaoniHlilng. 

TRISIMUS. Lock-jaw; tetanic all^ctlon of lower Jaw. 
TRISPLANCH'NIC (trl4plangk'-ulk). Qreat nympatbetle 

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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 287 

TROCHAN'TER (trS-kan'-ter). Several proceBses of femur. 

TRO'CHE (tr6'-«he). Flat tablet containing medicinal proper- 
ties. 

TROCHIS'CUS (ti6-kis'-ku8). See Troche. 

TROCH'LEA (trokMe-ah). Cartilaginous process resembling a 
pulley. 

TROCHXEAR (trok'-lg-ar). Pertaining lo trochlea. 

TROCHLEA'RIS (trok-le-&'-ris). A muscle of the eye. 

TROMMER'S TEST. A test for glycosuria 

TROPHIC (tr6r-ik). Pertaining to nutrition. 

TROPHOL'OGY. Science of nutrition. 

TROPHONEURO'SIS (tr6f-6-nQ-r6'-sls). Impaired nutrition 
caused by nervous diseases. 

TROPHOP'ATHY (tr6f-op'-a-the). Abnormal condition of nu- 
trition. 

TROUSSEAU'S' SPOTS. Scarlet maculae of skin due to pres- 
sure. 

TROUSSEAU'S' SYMPTOM. Spasm due to nerve pressure, 
seen in tetanus. 

TRUNCATED (trun-kfi'-ted). The trunk without its extremi- 
ties. 

TRUNK. That portion of body containing heart, lungs, intes- 
tines, etc., etc. 

TRUSS. A hernial support. 

TRYP'SIN (trlp'-sin). A pancreatic ferment. 

TRYP'TIC. Pertaining to trypsin. 

TRYP'TONE (trip'-ton). That which results from pancreatic 
action on peptones. 

TRYPTONE'MIA (trip-t6n-6'-me-ah). Peptones in the blood. 

TU'BALr (tu'-bal). Pertaining to the Fallopian tube. 

TUBS (tab). Cylindrical canal. 

TUBE'-CASTS (tQb'-kasts). Minute urinary casts seen in renal 
diseases. 

TU'BER (tQ'-ber). Bulbous root of certain plants, as potato. 

TU'BERCLE (tu-ber'-kl). An eminence. A morbid product 
causing tuberculosis. 

TUBERXULrA QUADRIGBM'INI. See Corpora Quadrigemina. 

TUBER'CULAR. Pertaining to tubercles. 

TUBER'CULIN (tu-ber'-ku-lin). Koch's antituberculosis fluid. 

TUBERCULI'TIS (tu-ber-ku-li'-tis). Inflammation of tubercle. 

TUBER'CULOCELE (tu-ber'-ka-16-sgl). A tubercular tumor of 

a part. 
TUBERCULO'SIS. Location of BociWus lubercuXo^v* Vcv NJv^a 

body. 
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TUBEHOS'lTY (Itt-bor-os'-iM). A bonj eminence or prorts 

TU'BIPORM. See Tubular. 

TU'BULAR (tu-bQ-lar). Shaped like a tube. 

TU'SULAR GESTATION. Pregnanoy In Fallopian tube. 

TUBULE |lQ'-bnl). Smalllube, 

TUL'LY'S POWDER. MorphlneeompouQd. 

TUMEFACTION (til-inE-fal['-«buii). Hvelllug 

TU'MBRIC (td' -raei^lk). A popular coDdlmenl, 

TUMES'CBNCB (tn'meB'-^ns;. Proo'AS or tunlel^Gtlon. 

TU'MOR (tu'-mort. Swelllue or abnormal growth of tlssiie. 

TU'NICA (IQ'-nlk-ah). Applied to a Dumber of membraDea. 

TUTELO (t^'-pel-fi). A uterine tcnl. 

TUR'BINATE. Coalcal; top^baped. 

TUHGES'CENT (ter-ges'-ent). Swelling. 

TUR'CID. Swollen. 

TURN'INQ (lern'-lng). See Version. 

TURN OF LIFE. PerloS when the meneee disappear; 

TUR'PENTINE (ttr'-peo-tln). Bee Tereblnthina. 

TUR'FETH ROOT. A oatbarthle root. 

TUS'BAL. Pertaining to a cough. 

TU8'SIS(tus'-l8). Aoougb. (PeHusalB; wbooping cough.) 

TUTAM'INA OCTJLl. Ooular appendogeB. 

TWINS (twlnz). Two Infante piodnced during one pregQancj. 

TYLO'UA (li-W-mah). See Callosity. 

TYLO'SIB (tl-U'-als), Marginal hypertrophy and IndntBtloD Ol 

eyelids. 
TYMPANIC (tlm-pan'-lfc). Pertaining tn the tympanum. 
TYHPANaC BONE. OBseou 
TyHFANITES <Llm-pan-!'-t 

domen. 
TYMPANITIS (tlm-pan-I'-H8). InflammullOQ of tymponnau ^ 
TYMPANITIC. Perulnlng lotympanlteBorlyrapaoum. 
TYM'PANUM. Cayitjr of middle ear. 
TYPE (Up). Character! Btlo model. 
TYPHIN'IA (tl-Bu'-e-ab). Return of a febrile disease. 
TYPHLITIS (tir-U-Hs). InBammatlon of cecum. 
TYPHLOL'DOY (tlMol'-A-Jf). SclencQ relating tu typhloBls. 
TYPHLO'SIS (tlf-lfi'-Bls). Bllndiiesfl. 
TY'PHOID (ti'-Iold). Eeseinbllng typhus. 
TY'PHOID FE'VER, ^ever resembling typluis 

Inlosllnai perforalloae ; It Is Inreollnus. 
TYPHO-MALA'RIA. Malaria and typhoid fever. 
TYPHOMA'NIA (tMo-rnH'-oe-ah). Inmherent del 
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DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. ; '«9 

TYPHO'NIA (ti-f6'-n6-ah). See Typhomanla. . • 

TY'PHOUS (tl'-fus). Resembling typhus. 

TY'PHUS FE'VER. Intense, infectious febrile disease, with 

eruption, prostration, etc., et<5. 
TYPICAL (tipMk-al). PerUining to a type ; characteristic. 
TYREM'EbIS (tl-rem'-es-is). Infantile nausea, with curd-like 

vomit. 
TYROM'A (tl-r6m'-ah). Alopecia, q. v. 
TYRO'SIN (ti-rd'-sin). Substance resulting from action of 

pancreatin. 
TYRO'SIS (ll-r6'-sls). Curdling. See Tyremesis. 
TYROTOXICON. Poisonous ptomaine of cheese. 
TY'SON, GLANDS OF. Preputial sebaceous glands. 

U. 

ULATRO'PIA (oo-latrrd'-pe-ah). Gingival atrophy. 

UL'CER (ul'-Ber>. Purulent accumulation and exudation. 

UL'CEROUS. Pertaining to an ulcer. 

ULCERATION (ul-ser-fi'-shun). Production of an ulcer. 

UL'CUS (ul'-kus). See Ulcer. 

ULCUS'CULUM. Diminutive for ulcer. 

ULEMORRHA'GIA (oo-l^mor-a'-je-ah). See Ulorrhea. 

ULET1C. Pertaining to the gums. 

ULITIS (oo-ll'-tis). Inflammation of the gums. 

UL^US. Slippery elm, bark used for inflammation of respir- 
atory tract. 

UL'NA. Large bone of forearm. 

UL'NAR. Pertaining to ulna. 

'ULNAHIS (ul-n&-ri8). A muscle of arm. 

ULOCARCINO'MA (oo-ld-kar-sin-o'-mah). Gingival cancer, 
. ULON'CUS (oo-lon'-kus). Gingival tumor. 

ULORRHA'GIA (oo-lor-&'-J&«h;. See Ulorrhea. 

ULORRHE'A. Gingival hemorrhage. 

ULTZ'MANN'S TEST. Testing for bile pigment in urine, 
using caustic potash and hydrochloric acid. 

UMBIL'ICAL. Pertaining to the umbilicus. 

UMBIL'ICAL CORD. See Cord. 

UMBIL'ICATBD (um-bir-i-k&-ted). Depressed similar to the 
J navel. 

UMBIL'ICUS (um-bil'-ik-us). Navel; cicatricial depression in 
center of abdomen. 

UN'CIA (un'-6he-ah). An ounce. 

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UH'CIFORU BONE (an'-ae-flinii ban). Bone of tha vrUt n 

Bembllng shape of nhook, 
UN'CINATK (un'-sln-ai). Hooked. 
UNCI PR fig's tl RE |un-sl-preB'-Qr), Stopplug hemorrb>i|« M 

UNCON'SCIOUSNESS. Insensiblltty, 
UNC'TiaN(ungk'-Bhun). An unguent. 
UNCTIOUS (iiQgk'-Blius). Fatty; oily. 
UN'DULATORV(un'-ail-lll-ti'j-n?l. Wavy appearance. 
UNFRUIT'PULNESS (un-fHit'-ral-nes). State of DOD-prodgr- 

IlvenesB. 
UN'OUAL (un'-g<iral). Pertaining to a nail. 
UN'QUHNT (un'-Bwent). Medicated ointment; fatty, oil 

compound. 
UNQUEN'TUM. See Unguent. 
UN'OUIS. A nail. 
UN'GUIS OS Laclirj-raal bono. 
UNICEL'LULAR. With a single cell. 
U'NICORN U'TERUS. Womb with onBCornu. 
UNILAT'EBAI. ((l-no-lat'*r-alj. Pertaining to otie aide. 
UNILOCULAR (a-n4-lok'-a-lar). With one oell. 
UNIOCULAR (a-n&ok'-a-larl. WItb one eye. 
U'NION (d'-yon). Uniting or lips of a. wound. Joining of t* 

separate parts. 
UNIP'ARA. SeePrlmlpara. 
UNIP'ABOUS (Q-nlp'-ar-us), Bearing one child. 
UNIPO'LAR (u-nlpi'-lar). Having one process or eminence. 
U'NIT. Thelaastcompleta number; aalngle thing. 
UNIVKR'SITY (Q-nlv-ver'-elt-S). A college whose currleului 

embFBceB all the aclenceii. 
UHOC'ULUS (Q-nok'-u-luB). See Cyclops. 
U'RACHAL. (0'-rak*l). Perlalning to the uraclms. 
O-RACHUa (u'-rak-UB). Cord Joining umljillouB and bladder. 
URACRATIA (fl-rak-ra'.flhe-ah). See Enureala. 
URiG'HIC. See Uremic. 
URANISCONITIS (u-ran-lB-kon-l'-tls). Inflammadoa of tb» 

palate. 
URANIS'COPLASTV. Surgery restoring palate I 

URANOPLASTV. See Ural 
URANISCORRHAPHY (fl-r. 
URANIS'CUS (fi-ran-li'-kUB). Th? palab 
URANOS'CHISIS in -ran -<«•-» Is-I a), FIbb 
WRATE (O'-rai). Uric acid and a hnse 
V'KEA ifl'-rf-ah). A QriDSry oonsllluen 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 

URBAICBTBR* Instrament for determiDins amount of area. 

URBCHY'SIS (a-rek-r-fliB). Tissae inflltration witb artne. 

URE'DO (Q-r^'-do). See Urticaria. 

URELCO'SIS (a-rel-kd'-flis). Ulcers affecting genito-arinary 
canalB. 

URE'MIA (a-re'-me-ah). Urea in the blood causing blood 
poisoning. 

URE^MIC. Pertaining to or having uremia. 

TJRB'SIS (a-r^'-sls). See Urination. 

UHETER (a'-re-ter). Urine bearing tube between kidney and 
bladder. 

URBTBRAL'QIA (Q-re-ter-al'-Je-ah). Pain in the ureters 

URBTERinriS (a-r&>ter-i'-ti8)^ Inflammation of the ureters. 

URETEROLITH (a-rS'-ter-d-lith). Stone in a ureter. 

URETEROT'OMY (a-r6-ter^t'^m6). Incision of a ureter. 

UK ETHAN (a'-re-than). Ethyl carbonate. 

URETH'RA (a-r€th'-rah). Passage through which urine dis- 
charges Arom bladder. 

URETH'RAL (a-r^th'-ral). Pertaining to the urethra. 

URBTHRAL'QIA (Q-i^th-rar-Je-ah i. Pain in the urethra. 

URETHRITIS (Q-r€th-rt'-tl8). Inflammation of the urethra. 

URETH'ROCELE. Hernia of membrane of urethra through 
meatus. 

URETH'ROPLASTY. Plastic urethral surgery. 

URETHRORRHA'QIA ca-reth-ror-a'-J^ah). Urethral hem- 
orrhage. 

URETHRGRRHE'A (a-r$th-ror-e'-ah). Urethral flow. 

URBTH'ROSCOPE. Instrument for Investigation inside 
arethra. 

URBTH'ROSCOPY (Q-r^th'-ros-kd-p^). Using urethroscope. 

URBTH'KOSPASM (Q-r^th'-ro-spazm). Urethral spasm. 

URETHROSTENO'SIS. Urethral stenosis. 

URBTHKOTOME (a-rgth'-r6-tdm). An instrument for ureth- 
rotomy. 

URBTH : . OT'OMY (Q-r$th-rot'-d-mg). Incision of urethra. 

URET'IC. Agent stimulating secretion of urine. 

U'RIC ACID. An acid constituent of urine. 

URICB'MIA (a-ris-^-md-ah). Uric acid in the blood. 

URIDRO'SIS (Q-rid-rd'-sis). Sweat impregnated with urea. 

URINA'MIA (O-rin-g'-me-ah). See Urinemia. 

U'RINAL (Q'-rin-al). Receptacle for urine. 

URINALnrSIS (Q-rin-ar-is-is). Analysis of urine. 

UHINARY (a-rin^'-re). Pertaining to urVwe. 

URINATION (Q-rin^'-shun). DVachax^e ol \xtVci«i, 

U'RINB (H'-riu), Renal aeoreUou. 



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URIHE'MIA (O-rln-i'-HK-ab). Urinary prindplea In the VkxA 
URIHIF'EROU8 40-rtn-lr-ernet. BearlnK urine. 
URINOH'ETER. ustrumc nl tor determining denilty of ailn*. 
URINIP'AROU8(ii-rin-li)'-ar-U6l. FonnlnR nrine. 
URINOL'Ogy (O-riti-ol'-o-Je). ScleDce penalnlnK to nriat. 
ORINOa'COPV<0-rlo-o»'-k(Vpe). Anal7*U of urine. 
U'RtNOUS ifA'-rlu-UB). ReBetiibllng urine. 
USOBIL' N (fl-r6-bir-ln3. Urinary wilorlng matter. 
UROBILINU'RIN H1gtal7 colored >Ute of Dflne due tO«xeM- 

■IV? Bluouu of Tiroblllntn nrlne. 
U'ROCBLE (Q'-r&«0]). loflEtration u icroUl tissues wltb arlM. 
UROCH'fiRASJnrok'-er-as). Gritty urine. 
U'ROCHROME (Q'-rO-krum). Vellov eoDstltaeiit of nrlue. 
UROCY'ANIN. Blue matter JndlsoaBed urine. 
UROCVANO'SIS. FormotioooflliWFnnln. 
UROCYS'TIC ([i-rA-Kli'-tili). Perlatntuctolheurlonry bl«aa«. 
UROCYSTIS (Q-rO-als'-tl». Tbe nrlnary bladder. 
URODIAL'YSIS'fi-raHll-al'-ls-ls). Relenllon of urine. 
URODOCHI-UM. L'rlnal. 
UROER'YTHRIN (Q-re-er'-Kh-rln). Abnormal red pigmental 

URObLAU'CIN {(l-rC-KlaiT'-«ln}. Bea UrocysDln. 

UROh£M''ATIN <a-ra-beui'-airlD). Uemotln n th« urine. 

U'ROLITH u'-r«-litli). SUiiie In urinary puEAges. 

UfiOl-ITH ASIS. Formation of Hrollth. 

USOL'OfiY (ti-rol'.*Je). See Urinologj-. 

U-ROHANCV b-TO-iaaa-ae). DIasnoslisfrom urlnalyaia. 

UROVEL'ANIH iQ-rA-mel'-an-ln). DarkcolorliiK matteroflhi 

nrln«. 
UROH'ETER (Q-rom'-«-ter). Same ai 
URON-CUS ^n-ron'-kus). Turoorlnll 

URONOL'OiiY |u.ronK)l'*jBl. Science Teloliiig It 

UROt'I.A"NlA (B-rO-pU'-ne-Hb). Vicarious eprrplion of nrlne. 
UBOPOE'SIS (Q-rO-pM'-ais). SecrellOQOf formaUon of nrlna. 
UTtOPSAU'HUS (Cl-roI^«a^l'-ae;. Oravel In the uHne. 
U]tORfttlA'&IA<b-rDr4'-]e-ah). Abnormal ■n;retlon of nrlna. 
URORRHL'A<a-ror^'-ah). SeeEnurmis. 
UROfi'CHEOCELB (a-ro*'.k{-.64(>]]. Tumor of ecrotnnt dneW 

nllltrstloii'D urine. 
UROS'COPY <a.rOB'.ka.pel. See Vrlnalysls. 
URO'&ES (li-rS'-flfn). niBennea of urinary organ. 
UROTOXIC. Pertaining to iiroioxin. 
VROTOX'IH. Urinary i>nlKOnoua fubstance. 
VROUS (Q'-ruB). ReBemliWng Mrtnp, 
URTICA'RIA. Netlle-ittB\n \ntl»^mmo^\oo<s^*■tott■«\^Sl\„tMa, 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 298 

ORTICATION. ProiiUL-tlou of urUuurl:i. Furiu of miisaaje, 
USTII-A'GO MAYTJIS (ua-tlW-jfl nii'-dini- Com Biiiiit: used 

Ua'TlON. Burulng of tissues wllh bq agent. 
UTERINE (fl'-ipr-lQ|, PerlaiiilQB to the uceruu. 
UTERINE CESTATtON. Bee Pregnnncy. 
UTER1TI3 (li-trr-r-Usl. In flam ran,! Lon aC Ihe wnmli. 
UTERO-QESTATION (tt-terH^gw-to'-flHun). BtnbryonlcdeTBl. 

opment In uterus. 
UTEROMA'NIA(fi-ter-6-iiia'-ne4b). Bee AndromanU, 
UTEROT'OMY (Q-ter-of-e-iae). InoiBlon of worob- 
UTERU3 (Q'-ler-as). Womb ; female organ In which produal 

uf FOQcepClon is developed. 
UTRICLE (Q'-tcllt-l). Cavity of the ear. 
UTRICULAR. Pertaining to Ihe utricle. 
UTRICULUS. See Utricle. 
U'VA UR-SA (d'-vab ur'-«B]. Bearberry: stimulates urinary 

UVE'A<a-ve'-ah). Bark aurface of IrlR. 

UVEITIS (Q-ve-l'-tls). lottammallou at uvea. 

U'VULA (fl'-vQ-lah). Cone-shaped process auHpendlnj from 

U'VUI.AR (Q'-vQ-lar). Pertaining to the uvula. 
UVULA'RIS la-vH-li'-rla). A muscle of tbe uvulu, 
U'VUL.ATOHK (O'-vtl-lat-oni). Instrument used for e«;>fii<iii or 

QTUla. 

UVULAT'OMY (O-TQ-lat'-t^me). Using of uvulatom?. 
UVULtTIS. InaammatlonoruvulB 
UVULOPTtyaia. UvnlarrelaiaUon. 



VACCI'NA (vak-Bl'-nah), Bee Vaccinia. 
VACCI'NAL (vak-al'-ual . PertaJatng 1i> vaccinalla 
VACCINATION (vak^ln-S'-sbun). Small clrcumac 

flcatlon, Impregnated with Tocclne; suppose 

patleut Immune from aiaall-poT. 
VACCINE (vak'.sen), Cuw-poi virus. 
VACCINEL'LA. Eruption from imperfect vairclna 
VACCIN'IA. Bee Cow-po». 
VACUOLE (vak'-fl-all. A gaseous eavllj-. 
VACUUM (vak'-a-um). An enclosure bavVns no' 
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VAOaNAL (y^)'-in-al). PerUining to the vaffloa. 

VAQINISIf US. Spasm of vagina. 

VAGINITIS (v^)-in-I'-ti8). Inflammation of vaclna. 

VAQINODYNaA (y^)-in-6-din'-«-ah). Pain in the Ta^na. 

VAQINOT'OMY. Incision of vagina. 

VAQITIS. Infantile crying. 

VAQOT'OICY (v&-got'-^m^). Incision of vagus. 

VA'QUS (v&'-guB). See Pneumogastric nerve. 

VALE'RIAN (vfirie'-re-an). Antispasmodic and Htimolact 
plant. 

VALERIAN'A (vfirl^-re-an'-ah). See Valerian. 

VALETUDINA'RIAN. An invalid. 

VAL'GUS(val'-Ja8). See Club-foot; bow-leg, etc 

VALLECULA (val-ek'-Q-lah). A depression. 

VAL'LET'S MASS (val'-Az). An iron carbonate mass for mak- 
ing pills. 

VAL'LEY OP CEREBELXUM. Groove of cerebellom. 

VALVE. Membranous sheet closing canal one way but aUow- 
ing passage in opposite direction. 

VAL'VULA (val'-vO-lah). Small valve. 

VA'POR (va'-por). Air heavily impregnated wiUi liquid; 
moisture. 

VAPORIZATION. Changing to a vapor. 

VARIATION. Process of changing. 

VARICELXA. Chicken-pox; infectious disease somewhat i» 
sembling small-pox. 

VARICOBLEPH'ARON. Palpebral varicosity. 

VAR'ICOCELE (var'-ik-d-B$l). Varicose state of veins of scro- 
tum. 

VARICOM'PHALUS (var-lk-om'-ffiplus). Umbilical varicosity. 

VARICOSE (var'-ik-os). Having a varix. 

VARICOSITY. Varicose condition. 

VARrOLA (vSrr!'-d-lah). Small-pox ; intense pustular febrile 
disease with pitting; it is infectious. 

VA'RIOLATE (va'-r6-6-iat). Having variola. 

VARIOLIZATION. Inoculation of small-pox. 

VA'RIOLOID (Ya'-re-6-loid). Resembling or pertaining to 
emall-pox. 

VARrOLOUS (va-ri'-5-lu8). Same as varioloid. 

VA'.'. IX. Abnormal distension of a vein. 

VA'RUS (va'-rus). Acne, q. V. Talipes. 

VAS. A vessel. 

V S D EF'ERENS. Excretory duct of testes. 
VASCULAR (vas'-ku-lar). PeTla\n\Tv%V>NeeR^\«>. 
VilSCl/LARIZATION. Deve\opmeti\. o^ N*i*ae\«.. 



I DICTIONARY OF 

I^VAS'CULUU. Smail veteel. 

VAB-BLINE ivaa'^l-in). See Pelrolaturo. 

VASO-CONSTRIC'TOR. CDnatrlctlQn of TeseelB. 

VASD-DILA'TION. DlJftlatloQ of veesele. 

VASO-MOTOR {VB8-6-ind'-tor). Applied to thai vhlch 

VAS'TUS. Crural muscle. 

VECTIS (vek'-tiB). luBtrumeDt ueed to aaalBt Id labor. 

VEGETATION (vej-lt-s'-sbun). An excreHMnceorgroi 

VE'HICLE (vf'-lk-l), Bubstanoe with which a medl 
Incorporated. 

VBILlvill). Avery thin mcinbrane. 

VEIN (vSn). One of mscy vessels through which b 
otriied to the heart. 

VEIN-STONE. Calculus m the veins. 

VELLICA'TIOH (vel-ll[.fi'4hunj. Twltchins. 

VEXUM (v^'-lumt. Bee Veil. 

VE'NA (vS'-nah). See Vein. 

VETtA CAVA. Applied toHnutoberorvolns. 

VE'NJE. Plural of vein. 

VENENATIOM (ven-e-D£'-ahunJ. PolaonlOE. 

VENE'NUM. Poison. 

VENE'REAl.(TeD-e'-r«-al). Pertaining to venery. 

VEN'ERY (ven'.flr-e). CoUns. 

VENESECTION lvfr-n&«k'-»bun). Jnclstoo of u veUi. 

VEN'OM (ven'-om). Glandular aecreUon of animali 
■nake; It Is B deadly poison. 

VENOS1TY <v«-nos'-llH}). Having nature of venouK bio 

VE'NOUS <ve'-i]ue). Pertaining to a vein. 

VEN'TER. The belly. 

VENTILATION. Condition where the moreorlexs liii) 
1B aonstantly being replatod by fresh air. 

VENTRAL, PerlalDlngto the -venter, 

VENTRICLE. Bmall cavity of an organ, at ilaht 
ventricle of heart. 

VENTRIC'ULUS (ven-trlf-u-lUB). See Venlrlole. 

VENTROSE (ven'-trtHs). Having a belly. 

VENTROS'lTY. Distended belly. 

VENTHOT'OMY. Incision of belly. 

VEN'ULA (ven'-n-lab). Bmall vein. 

VERATRUM VIR'IDE |v<!-rt.'-tnini vlr'-!d*). Araerlcui 
. bore; baaftdepresslngeiTect on the nervous lyali'in 
MR'MICIDE (Ter'-mis-ld). Agent, destroying wurrns. 
BIbhiC'ULAR (ver-mlk'-Q-Iar). KUa^eawiie b.-xqt^. 
RBMICULATEIrer-mlk'-n-mi], Bee V erni\ctt\a.t . 



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VSRMICULA'TIOH. a^operliulsls. 
VER'MIFORM. Bcb Vermicular. 

VER'MIFOHM APPEN'DIX. BIlDd puuch opening In ce 
VER'MlFUaE(vBr'-mif-liJ). Agent expelling wornu. 
VERMINATION. Having worms. 
VER'NAL. FE'VER, Malaria fever. 

VER'NIX CASEO'SA. Fatly subaUQoe ooveriQg fetUB. 
VERRU'CA(ver-oo'-kali). A wort. 
VERRU'CIFORM. Reaembllngawarl. 
VERRU'OAS(ver.oo'-cas). CoTiHtKutlonal dlBeass with KnemU 
VER'SION (ver'-Bban). Operallon ot moving Cetua In Dtera 
VERTEBRA (Ter'-W-b rah). One of Ihe •mall ftat roDiidba 

VERTEBRA. Plural of verlebra. 
VER'TEBRAU PertalDing to a vertebra. 
VERTEBRAL COLUMN. Spinal column. 
VERTEBRATE {ver'-te-brlt). With vertebra. 
VERTEX (ver'-t^bB). Hlgtiest cranial polnL 
VBRTIG'INOUa [vaMlJ .iQ-ual. Having vertigo. 
VERTIQO (ver'-tl-gaj. DlulneSB; ftellusosoneaboDt toA 
VERUMONTA'NUH. Urethral eminaace. 
VE3'ICA (ves'-lk-ah). The bladder. 
VES'ICAI, (ve>'-lk-al). Pertaining to the bladder. 
VES'ICANT (ves'-lk-ant>. Anagent which bltatera, 
VESICATION (vea-llc-l'-^hun). The action ot a veilinuit. 
VES'ICATORY (vcs'-lk-B-to-re). Same I 
VES'ICLE (ves'-lk-l). A amall bliater. 
VESICULA (ves-ik'-ll-laL). Small vesicle. 
VESICULJE. Plural ofvegloula. 
VESICULAR. Pertaining to or having Vi 
VESICULAR MURIillIR. Cbciit.«ouud. 

VK8ICUt.IPEROUS(ve8-lk-Q-lir-er-nB). Harai' an vemiouiar. 
VESSEL (vea'-el). Canal for paSBage of fluids. 
VBSTIB'UI.AR. PerlalQlQg ta vestibule. 
VESTIBULE (veB--Ub-(H). Entrance ol hollow organs. 
VBaTIBULUM (vctllb'-a-lum). Same aa vestibule. 
VIABILITV (vl-a-bll'-ll-e). Slate of being viable. 
Vl'ABLE (vi'-*bl). Capable of living. 
VI'AHvl'-al). AHmallboltle. 
VI'BEX (vI'-bekB). Purple Btreaka on Bkln. 
VIBI'CES {Hb-i'-flii). Plural ot vlbBJi. 
VIBRATION (yi-hra'<huu). Oscillation. 
[ (vlb'-re.fiQ). Genua of baollll. 
IRIS'S-E (vI-brlB'*e). BrtsV\&-\*B \ia\t amiilm lu tl 






mOTIOSART OF- TO-DAt-. 
VIBUR'NUM (vl-bur'-numl. Black haw; remedy r.>r cerUln 

VICA'RIOUS (vl-bA'-ra-uB). Applied to Fi^.'retloDB 

abnormBll; diBcbarged from uuother. 
VICT'lIAL3(v[l'-lfi). Food. 
VID'IAN AR'TERv, Small artery of tlieja"-. 
VtBN'NA PASTB. Mixture or litae ani pnlaxh. 
VIQ'IL (vlj'.ill, Awuwh. 
VIQ'OR. Strrastli- 

VIL'Lt. Halr-IIko surfai^e of u membraae. 
VILI^US (vll'-uBj, ReBembllng or pertalnlDB to villi. 
VIL'I.II3(«ll'-iiB). SlngDlar orvlllt. 

VIH'BOAR. A llquld-;,tli pnrt of which 18 acetio acid; pro- 
duced by rermentatlon of alcoholia Suidn. 
VI'NOUa (i-i'-nus). RaBembllng or pertaliilQg lo wine. 
— I'NUM (vX'-nuin). Wine. 
VIOLATION (vt-6-U'-l loo). Ant of ravtahlng. 
VIR-QIN (var'-jln). A fenmle who bait oever bad ooltus. 
VIR0IN1A SNAKE-ROOT. See Serpenlarla. 
VIR1I.. PertBinlnsIomaabood. 
VlttlLITY. SUto or mnD vhea rally developed. 
VIRTUOUS. Applied to oDe who commlw no sexual crlme«. 
VlStlLBNCE (vlr'-O-lenii). Malignant; poisonous. 
VIRULBNT. Pertaining to or ceaembllng a polaon. 

!'-riu). BabBCsbOp rormed In an Inrectlous dueane. 
VISCERA (vla'.«r-ab). Plural of vIbgub. 
VISTBRAD (vla'.^r-n(t). Toward ibe visceral aspect. 
VIB'CBRAI* (vla'.fli'-al). Pertaining to the viscera. 
VISCERAt/OIA (ViB-er-al'-Je-ab). Pain In a. vlacuB. 
nS'CID (vlB'-ld). Bee Viscous. 

flS'COOS (vlB'-huB). Applleil to a, p»»ty. atlc&y maaa. Per- 
taining la a visoua. 

nS'CUS (vla'-kua). Organ of tlie body. 

riS'lON (Vllh'-UD). Tbeaotof aeelng: sense of alght, 

riBIJAL. iTli'.4i-al|. Pertaining to vision . 

riTA (vi'-tah). Lift. 

1TAI. (vl'-tal). PertalDlagtallfe. 

1TAI/ITY (vl-Ul'-lt-i). Animal furoo or resiactng power 
against disease. 

I'TALS (vl'-lalB). IndlBpenBable organs of an animal. 

'ITELXIN (vi-tel'-lnl. Proteld constituent of ogga. 

■ITSI-'I.INE(vl-tel'-la). Pertaining to vltellus. 

■JTELXUaivl-tel'-UB). The yollt of e«. 

■jTIt-I'OOivlt-U-i'-go). White culaai-ovvabV>^:Wttft. 



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VITHBOUS (vir-i^-nB). Glassy. 

VIT'RBOUS HU'MOR. Gelatinous body back of lens. 

VITHIOL (vit'-re-ol). Salt of sulphuric add. 

VITUS' DANCE, ST. See Chorea. 

VIVIPICATION (viv-iMk-A'-shun). Giviug life; resaacitetSOB. 

VIVIP'AROUS (vl-vip'-arrus). Bearing young alive. 

VIVISECTION (viv-is-ek'-shun). Dissecting animals alive ii 

the Interest of science. 
VO'CAL (vd'-kal). Pertaining to the voice. 
VO'CAL CORDS. Laryngeal membrane prodocing voice. 
VOICE (vols). Sound emitted ftrom vocal cords. 
VOXAR (v6'-lar). Relating to the palm. 

VOL'ATILB (vol'-at-il). Having highly evaporative qnaliUeL 
VOLSELXA. See Vulsella. 

VOLOINTARV (vol'-un-tarre). In accordance wltli 'will. 
VOL'VULUS (vor-vtk-lus). Intestinal twisting stopping pi» 

sage of contents. 
VO'MER (vd'-mer). Sheet of bone dividing nostrils. 
VOM'ICA (vom'-Ik-ah). A purulent lung-cavity. 
VOMIT. Violent expulsion of contents of stomach Ihronife 

mouth; the matter thus expelled. 
VOMITO-NI'GRO. Black vomit. 
VOM'ITORY. See Emetic. 

VOM'ITUS (vomMt-us). Matter expelled darini; vomiting. 
VORA'CIOUS (v6-rtl'-she-u8). Greedy ; terribly hungry. 
VORTEX (vor'-teks). Spiral-shaped fibres of heart. 
VOX(vok8). See Voice. 
VUL'NERARY. Remedy curing wounds. 
VUL'NUS. A wound. 

VULSEL'LA (vul-sel'-ah). Doubled-clawed foroep. 
VULSEL'LUM. See Vulsella. 
VUL'VA (vul'-vah). External genitals of female. 
VULVIS'MUS (vul-viz'-raus). Spasm of the vulva. 
VULVITIS (vul-vl'-tis). Inflammation of the vulva.. 
VULVO-VAG'INAL (vul-v6-vaj'-ln-al). Pertaining to VQlvs « 

related to vagina. 
VULVO-VAG'INAL GLANDS. Glands about vulvo. 

W. 

WAHOO' (wah-hooO. See Enonymus. 
"WAIST'-COAT. STRAIGHT. See Jacket. 
WAGING (wa'-king). Condition of coming out of sle* 
Action and motion of \Yie Tvetve*, 
WALE (wal). See \^hea\. 



DICTIONARY OF TO-DAY. 29» 

WALL'-BYE. Having white iris. 

WAL'NUT. SeeJuglans. 

WAR^BURQ'S TINCTURE. Compound of aloes, rhei, etc, for 

malaria. 
WARD. A department with beds in hospital for receiving 

li^nred and sick. 
WARiyROP'S OPERAnriON. Operation for aneurism. 
WART. See Verruca. 

WASH. Preparation for keeping a part antiseptic or clean. 
WASTaNQ (wfistMng). See Atrophy. 
WALTER (wah'-ter). H3O. Colorless fluid, which animals 

drink daily ; occurs in rivers, wells, etc. 
WA'TBR-BSD. Large rubber bag filled with water serving as 

a mattress. 
WAnrBR-BRASH. See Pyrosis. 
WA'TBR-CURE. See Hydropathy. 
WATBR.PANG. See Pyrosis. 
WATBR.POX. See Varicella. 
WAX (waks). Network substance formed by bees to contain 

their honey. 
WBAL. See Wheal. 

WBAN (wSn). Breaking a child from nursing. 
WBIL*S DISEASE'. Intense feverish afl^ction with symip- 

toms similar to typhoid fever. 
WBLT. See Wheal. 

WBN. Cyst due to disorder of sebaceous glands. 
WBST'PHAL'S SYMPTOM. Absence of knee-jerk. 
WBT'-NURSE. Woman nursing another woman's baby. 
WBT'-PACK. Wet cloths wrapped about a patient and then 

oovered with dry cloths. 
WHARnrON^S DUCT. See Duct. 

WHARTON'S JEL'LY. Mucoid matter in umbilical cord. 
WHEAL (whSl). Narrow ridge on skin due to striking with a 

lash. 
WHBEZINQ (whSzMng). Mild hissing sound during respirar 

lion; seen in asthma. 
WHBY (wh&). Fluid of milk without the solids. 
WHIS'KEY-NOSE. Inflammation of external nose due to 

excessive drinking of whiskey. 
WHITB'-LEQ (whit'-legj. See Phlegmasia alba dolens. 
WHITES (whitz). See I.eucorrhea. 

WHITB-SWEL'LING. Dropsical inflammation of jcints. 
WHITLOW (wit'-low). See Panaris. 
WHOOP'INO COUGH (kawf). See PeTt\xaft\^. ^otcv^Mww^v. 

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WILD CHER'RY. SeePraiiuH Vlrglnlanu. 
WILD FIRE. Erysipelas. 

I JAI/AP. A reiilu bavlun; catbanla properties. 
IL'LOW (wil'.0). See SalU. 

[NCK'EL'3 DISEASE'. iDrantlle dlaeane wltb cuUneoOi 
dlHCDloratloa due to aO^etlon of kldueys. 
IND'-PlP&<ptp). SeeTrachea. 

INE(wIn). Pruductof fermeiitallonof -larlmiH frultJuloM 
'SLOW, FORAMEN OF. See Foramen. 
'TERGREEN. SeeQaultherla. 
IR'SUNG, DUCT OF. Panereallc duel. 

IS'DOM TEETH, LasCmolarteetli appearliiganerpuberlr 
;tch BA'ZEL. Bee Hamamelli. 

DrylDguporaf.ropliy of apart. 
WOLFS'BANS. Stie Aeon 1 Cum. 
WOMB. See UteruB. 

WOOD. That which 1B beaeath bark of treea. 
WOOL PAT. Sen LanollD. 
WOOL'-SORTERS' DISEASE', 8ee Anthrax. 
W0RD'-BLINDNE3S. Indication or brain troable la « 
educated person who cannot (mmprehend writtog Of print 

WORD'-DBAPKESS. Indlcatloti of brain trouble in an eda 
cdtei] perHon who cannot comprehend spoken worda. 

WOR'MIAN BONES. Small Crlangutar bonea tn HnCurea 4 
bones of the head. 

lATORM'SEED (werm'-sM). l^ee Chenopodlura. 

WORM'TBAiwerm'-tCL SeeSpigclla. 

'WORM'^OOD. See Abalnlhliim. 

WOUND. An Injuring; lu whieh tiBBuea are separated. 

IJVRIS'BERQ, CARTILAOE OP. Small cartilaginous nodal* 



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WRIST (rlHtj. The carpus, situated Hi base 
'WRIST'-DROP. Muscular paralysis of the 

polsoulug, 
WRITER'S CRAMP. Nervous atTecIlon 

writing. 
MVRtTER'S PAl.'SY. Bee Writer'! Cramp. 
WRV'NECK (rl'-nek). Stiff twndltlon of ne 

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XKHTHRUiWMA (zan-thel-az'-mah). See Xanthoma. 

ZAMTHIC (zan'-thik). Pertaininf to yellow. 

XANTHIC OZIDB. See Xanthine. 

ZAN^HINB (zan'-thin). Yellow coloring substance. 

ZANTHO-CRBATININB. Highly toxic muscular leucomaine. 

XAMTHODBROtfA (zanth-6-der'-mah). Yeilow-skinned. 

ZAMTHODONT'OUB. Having yellow teeth. 

ZAMTHO'lfA (zan-thd'-mah). Tubercular growth of connective 

tlmae, having yellow color. 
ZAMTHOP'ATHY (zan-thop'-d-the). Yellowish affectiouH of 

the skin. 
ZAM'THOPHANB (zan'-thd-ffln). Yellowish retinal pigment. 
XANTHOPSIA (zan-thop'-se^h). Yellow vision. 
ZANTHCKSIB (zan-th6'-si8). Yellow cancerous formation. 
ZANTHOZ'YLIN. See Sea-ash. 
ZANTHU'RIA. Xanthine in urine. 
UDNOMB^IA. Vicarious menstruation. 
ZBRAN'818 (z^ran'-sis). See Exsiccation. 
ZXRAN^nc (z€-ran'-tic). Pertaining to xeranisis. 
ZBRA'SIA (zS-rft'-s&-ah). Dry condition of the hair. 
ZBRODBR'MA (z^rO-der'-mah). Dry condition of the skin. 
ZBROHA (z^rO'-mah). bee Xerophthalmia. 
ZBROPHTHAL'MIA (ze-rofT-thar-me-ah). Dry condition of 

ooi^aDctiva. 
ZBRCySIS (ze rO'-sis). Dry condi tion. 

ZBR08T<yMA (ze-rOHstd'-mah). Dry condition of the mouth. 
ZBROTIC. Dry. 

ZXPHISTBR'NUM (zlf-is-ter'-num). Final sternal process. 
Zl'PHOID (d'-foid). Resembling shape of a sword. 
Zl'PHOID APPBNDIX. See Xiphisternum. 
ZXPHOP'AOUS (zif-op'-ag-us). Double monster having sternal 

union. 
ZTXOL (zIMol). A coal-tar product, a remedy for eruption at 

■kin. 
ZYPHODnrif US (zif-od'-im-us). Double monster having pelvic 

nnion. 

Y. 

YAM. Bee Dioscorea. 

YARROW. A tonic herb. 

YAWNING. Deep sighing; opening mouth very wide. 

YAWS (yauz). See Frambesia. 

YBA8T (y€st). Fermentation product of alcoholic solutions. 

YBLK. See Yolk. 

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VEL'LOW FET/ER. Eplflfmlo febrile diaciWo, Highly mtal; 
Rhina turns deep lirown acoompanled liy vomiting b 



VEL'LOW -WAX. Wax IVom bee hive. 

YKR-BA 8ANTA (yer'-bah Ran'-lah). Bw Ertodlctyon. 

YOLK Iy6b). The yellow luI«rtor of bd egg. 

YDUTH(yOtta). Chlldwb'ihaHpaeBedpiiberLy bnlnotmajorltr. 

Z. 

ZE'A MAYS(ii-'-Bbm"i). Jnaian cnrn; siimulitnt lo urim 

ZELOTY'PIA. A lorm of Ineanlty. 

ZE'RO [zt-'-r6|. Bee cut of therm omaterg ou jia^e 2N0. 

ZINC<zlnk). OneorthenietslB. 

ZIN'CUM. SeeZiDC. (?rampB.< 

ZlN'GlBERdin'-jlb-er). Gtnger; nsed toriotesilnaiaatUBH 

ZOAN'THROPY. DomcDtla in which tbe patleot la delud 

to the effect that be !« a brute. 
ZO-NA izfi'-nubl. A girdle. Herpes 7^tffi. 
ZO'NAPELLU'CIDA. TranEparenteuhElanceenvelopineovn 
ZONE(zCn). BeeZoaa. 
ZONESTHE'SIA (zaii-eB-tbi-'-«e-ab). Feeling ae ihou^-li a b«tlto 

abouta part. 
ZO'Ni;LE(Ea'-iiai). DimlnntlveDf eduh. 

ZOiiBIOI,'OGY(iOrf>-bi-ol'-6-Jf). Bflencfirelailiig to HiilmHl 11 
ZOOGEN'ESIS ^x6-r^■Sen■-ell-i^■|. rrtiducUon of nnimals. 
ZOOL'OGY. Folence of anlinala. 

ZOOT'OHY [z(H)t'-&-mu). loclelon ..r dlneectlon of anlmolK, 
ZOSTER. Abell. A vealeularcutanTOUS disease. 
ZYQOWA |z!.E"'-niah). The arch of Ihe ehpek bone. 
ZYODMAT' C (zi-go-mal'-lk). Perlainlnglo tbeiygoioa. 
ZYOOM AT'lCUa. A amall mUEcle of the Bide of fac^. 
ZYME (z1in). A (brmenb-prodnclng HUbst&Dce. 
ZVMOQRA'PHY. A treatise on frrmeitlaUor. 
ZYMOL'OGY (il-rool'-fl-Je). Bcienee relating lo termeDiaHon 
ZYMOL'YSIS (zl-mol'-lB-lB). Fermentative dBPoropoelllon. 
ZYMOWA (il-mO'-mah). A ferment. 
ZYMO'8'B(il-ma'-«lB]. FerrnentaHon. 
XyMOTJC (il-mol'-lhl, PerlalDing K> term i-n tat km. 
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858 DOSE TABLE. 



DOSE TABLE, 1899. 



APOTHECARIES' AND METRIC SYSTEMS. 



The doses below are for adults. Young's rule recommended 
r<)r children. Divide the age by the age plus twelve, and the 
result will indicate the fraction of the adult dose to be used lor 

Q 

he child. Thus, for a child three years old, — - — = 4, and the 

'3-1-12 
lose is one-flfth of the adult dose. 

Exceptions to the above will be be made In narcotics and 
cathartics. Tho former should be given in only one-half this 
proportion, while the latter in two or three times this propor- 
tion. 

Ilitpodermically, the dose is one-half of oral dose ; rectal dose, 
flvo-fourtiis of the same. 

Gr. = grains; dr. = drachms; m. = minims; oz. = ounces. 
The doses in the metric system are either grammes or cubic 
centimetres. 

Medicine. Apoth. Dose. Metric Dose. 

Absinthin 15-30 gr 1.000-2.000 

Acaroid resin 6-12 gr 0.400-0.800 

Acotal 1 dr 4.000 

Acotanilid. See AntifebrUi 

Acetone 15-20 m 1.000-1.333 

Acotophenone 3-10 m 0.200^.666 

Acetphenetidin. See Phonacetin 

Acid, acetic dil 60-90 m 4.000-6.000 

anticyclic t^o &r 0.00067 

arsenous ^r-jj gr 0.001-0.005 

benzoic &-l&gr 0.333-1.000 

boric 5-15gr 0.333-1000 



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chrysophani(\ )?-10gr 0-008-0.666 

citric IC^SOgr 0.666-2.000 

di-iodosalicylic 6-10 gr 0.333-0 666 

lluoricdil 15-20 m 1.000-1.333 

gallic 3-15gr 0200-1.000 

gynocardic %- 3gr O.082-O.20O 

liydriodic, syr >^-3dr 2.000-12.00 

hydrobrom. dil 20m.-2dr 1.333-8.000 

hvdrochlor. dil 3-10 m 0.200^.666 

hydrocyan. dil I- 5m 0.066-0.383 

iodosalicylic 5-10 gr 0.333-0.666 

lactic 15-30gr 1.000-2.000 

nitric dil 3-15 m O.20a'L000 

nitrohydroGhloviQ V\^m (kQa(M.609 



DOSE TABLE. 359 

Medicine. Apoth. Dose. Metric Dose. 

Acid, nitrohydrochloric dil 5-20 ra 0.333-1.333 

osmic i'« gr 0.00108 

oxalic 34-1 gr 0.016 0.066 

phenylcicetlc 1^ gr 0.066-0.200 

phosphoric dll 5-30 m 0.3:^2.000 

picric 1- 5gr 0.066-0.333 

salicylic 5^20 gr 0.333-1.333 

sclerotic K->igr 0.033-0.100 

sulphuric arom 5-15 jii 0.3a3-1.000 

sulphuric dil 5-15 m 0.333-1.000 

sulphurous 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

tannic 1-lOgr 0.060-0.666 

tartaric 10-20 gr 0.666-1.333 

trichloracetic 2- 4gr 0.13:W).260 

Aconite, abst y^-% gr 0.016-0.033 

extr %-3|gr 0.011-0.022 

extr. fld %- 2 m 0.033-0.133 

tinct J- 5 m 0.066-0.3a3 

tinct., Fleming's ^- 2 m 0.044-0.133 

Aconitine ^U-^ gr 0.000335-0.0013 

Adonidin M-^gr 0.016-0.022 

Agaricin ,V3l gr 0.0027-0.011 

Ailanthus, ext. fld 10-60 m 0.666-4.000 

tinct 10m.-2dr 0.666-8.000 

Allium, syrup 1- 4 dr 4.000-16.00 

Aloe, purif. 1- 5gr 0.066-0.333 

ext. aq >^- 3 gr 0.033-0.200 

pllulse 1- 3 

pilulse, et asaf 2-5 

pilulse, et ferri 1-3 

pilulEe, ctmast 1-2 

pil.,etmyrrh 2- 5 

pulviR, etcanellsB 5-20 gr 0.333-1.333 

tinct li-'^ar 2.000-8.000 

tinct., et myrrh %- 2 dr 2.000-8.000 

vinum 1- 2dr 4.000-8.000 

Aloin 1- 3gr 0.0(>6-0.2UO 

Alumen 10-15 gr 0.666-1.000 

Aluminum hydrate 3-15 gr 0.200-1.000 

Alveloz succus 15-30 gr 1.000-2.000 

Ammonia, aqua 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

mist 4-8dr ]6.000-3i.()0 

spiritue 5-30 m 0.3:«-2.000 

splritus arom 15-00 in 1.000-4.000 

spiritus fetid %- 1 dr 2.000-4.0(0 

Ammonium 

liquor.'.'!.".'.7.'.'.'.'.'V.'.V.V.V."..V.!".!!!'.'.!!".'.'.'.'..'!.'.7.*. l- 8 dr 4.000-32.00 

benzoate 5-15 gr 0.33:M.0O0 

bromide 5-20 gr 0.3:^-1.3 <3 

carbonate. ,-MOgr 0.2u0-0.666 

chloride l-'JOgr 0.06(>-1..333 

iodide 2-10 gr 0.1:«-0.66<) 

phosphate 5-20 gr 0.333-1.333 

picrate %-}4 gr 0.008-0.03:3 

valerianate 1- 5gr O.Oi)6-0.:3.S3 

Amygdala amar., aqua. 2- 4dr 8.(KKJ-U>.vYJft 

amar., mist. '2r \ Oix "^^^J^-^s..^ 

amar., oleum H- V m Kisssss^j^s**. 



860 DOSE TABLE. 

Medicine. Apotb. Dose. Metric Dose. 

Amyl nitrite V- 1 m 0.0105-0.066 

Amylene hydrat 1-14 dr 4.000-6.000 

Amylum iodatum 8-30 gr 0.200-2.000 

Anemonln -V^ «r 0.0013-0.0065 

Anllin 1- 3gr O.06W).20O 

An isum, oleum 1- 5 m 0.066-0.333 

spiritus 1- 2dr 4.000-8.000 

Antifebrin 2-10 gr 0.13^.666 

Antibydropin 10-15 gr 0.666-1.000 

Antimonium, oxide 1- 2gr 0.066-0.133 

pil. comp 1- 3 

pulv 1- 5gr 0.066^.333 

Bulpbide pur V- Igr 0.016-0.066 

Bulpburet >l-3gr 0.033^.200 

et potas. tart, diapb A^gr 0.003-0.008 

etpotas tart, emet- I-2gr O.OfiO^.133 

wine l-5m 0.066-0.333 

Antlnervin 10-15 gr 0.666-1.000 

Antlpyrin WOgr 0.333-0.666 

Antisepsin 6-7gr 0.40-0.46 

Antispasmin 4- igr 0.011-0.016 

Antitherrain 3- 8gr 0.200-0.520 

Apiol 3- 5 m 2.000^.333 

Apocynin }4r% gr 0.016^.033 

Apomorphine hydrocbl ^Wygr 0.002-0.006 

Apone 5-lOm a333-0.666 

Arbutin K-Hgr 0.011-0.016 

Argentum, iodide %- Igr 0.016-0.066 

nitrate %^Sr 0.011-0.016 

oxide JJ- 2gr 0.03:«).133 

Arnica rad., ext 1- 3 gr 0.066-0.200 

rad., ext. fld 5-20 m 0.333-1.333 

Arnica llor., tinct 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

rad., tinct 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

Arsenic, iodid ,VAf gr 0.003-0.006 

etbydrarg. iod., liq 2-10 m 0.133-0.666 

Arsenit., liquor brom 1- 4 m 0.066-0.266 

Asafetida... 6-20 gi- 0.333-1.333 

mist 4- 8dr 16.00O«2.00 

pilulse 1- 4 

tinct 30-60 m 2.000-4.000 

Asaprol 5-10 gr 0.333-0.666 

Aspidium, ext.fl 1- 2dr 4.00(^.000 

oleores 15-60 gr 1.000-4.000 

Aspidospermin 3^- 3gr 0.0334).200 

Atropine sulpb j*J-A, gr 0.00066^.0066 

Aurantium amar., ext. fl 1%- 2 ar 6.000-8.000 

amar., tinct 1- 2dr 4.000-8.000 

dulcis, tinct 1- 2dr 4.000.8.000 

Auri chlorid ^^ris gr 0.0013-0.002 

etsod. clilorid aWjigr -0.002-0.006 

Bals. tolutan., syr 1- 2ar 4.000-8.000 

tolutan., tinct 10-30 m 0.666-2.000 

Baptisia, ext 1-10 gr 0.066-0.666 

ext. fl 2-20 m 0.133-1.383 

tinct. 5-30 m 0.338-2.000 

Barni 2- 8 dr 8.000-32.00 

BellHdon , abet V^S^ 0.006^.066 

ext, ale, ^Vi^ ^SWW1.08S 



DOSE TABLE. 861 

Medicine. Apoth. Dose. Metric Dose. 

Belladon., fol., ext. fl 3r 6 m 0.200-0.400 

rad., ext 3^-Mgr 0-008^.016 

rad., ext. fl 1- 3.ra 0.066-0.200 

tinct 1-20 m 0.066-1.333 

Benzanilid 1-15 gx O.066.1.00O 

Benzoin, tinct %- 1 dr 2.000-4.000 

tinct. comp >|- 2dr 2.000-8.000 

Benzonaphtol 4- 8gr 0.26(M).520 

Benzoyl-guaiacol 3-12 gr 0.200-0 800 

Berberlne 1-10 gr 0.066-0.666 

Berberls, ext. fl 6-30 m 0.333-2.000 

tinct 10-60 m 0.666-4.000 

Betin 2- 4gr 0.133-0.260 

Betol 1&40 gr 1.000-2 600 

Bismuth, et ammon. cit 1- 5 gr 0.066-0.833 

subcarb 10^ gr 0.666-2.000 

subcarb. nitr 10-60 gr 0.666-4.000 

Blattaorientnlis 2- 8gr 0.133-0.520 

Boldine 2- 4gr 0.133-0.260 

Boldo, tinct 5- 8in 0.333-0.52) 

Boldoglucin 20-60 gr 1.833-4:000 

Braycra 2- 8dr 8.000^2.00 

ext. fl 2-8dr 8.000^.00 

infus 2- 8oz 64.000-256.00 

Bromal hydrate 2- 5gr 0.133-0.333 

Bromoform 8-15 gr 0.200-1.000 

Brucine i^^-A gr 0.001-0.004 

Bryonia, tinct 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

Bryonin 2 gr 0.133 

Buchu, ext. fl 10-60 m 0.666-4.000 

infus K-2 0Z 16.000-64.00 

Butyl-chloral-hydrate 2-15 gr 0-133-1.000 

Catfeine 1- 5gr 0.066-0.333 

citrat 2-10 gr 0.133-0.666 

sod iosal icy late 1- 4 gr 0.066^.264 

Cajuput, oleum l-5m 0.066-0-333 

Calam,ext. fl 15-60 m 1.000-4.000 

Calc.bromid 5-30 gr 0.333-2.000 

carb. precip 5-2U gr 0.333-1.333 

chiorid 10-20 gr 0.6)6-1.333 

Calc. hippurate 5-10 gr 0.a33-0.666 

hypophosph 10-20 gr 0.666-1.333 

iodid 1- 3gr 0.066-0.200 

phosph. precip 2-10 gr 0.13^-0.666 

santoninate K-% gr 0.01ft^.050 

Calendula, tino l3-30m 1.000-2.000 

Calomel. See Ilydrarg. chlor. rnit.... 

Calumba, ext 3-10 gr 0.200-0.666 

ext. fl 5-30m 0333-2.000 

tinct K-2dr 2.000-8.000 

Calxchloruta 3-6gr 0.200-0.400 

sulphurata iVKgr 0.006-0.033 

liq U- 2oz 16.0UO-64.00 

syr U- 2dr 2.000^.000 

syr. lac. phos I-2dr 4.000-8.000 

Camphora 1-20 gr 0.066-1.333 

aqua. l-4dr 4A'<i-V<i.s«s 

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DOSE TABLE. . 363 

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Cinnamomum, ext. arom fl 1-30 m 0.066-2.000 

oleum l-6gtt 0.066-0.333 

pulv. arom l«'-30gr 0.666-2.000 

spirit 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

tfnct K- 2dr 2.000-8.000 

Cocaine % 2gr 0.008-0.133 

hydrochlorate %- 1 gr 0.011-0.066 

phenate X-% gr 0.0054-0.011 

Cocculus, ext. n 1- 3 m 0.('6ft^.200 

tinct 2-15 m 0.133-1.000 

Codeine K" 1 g»* 0.033-0.066 

rad. ext. fl 2- 5 m 0.133-0.a33 



Colchicum rad %- Igr 0.a3W).066 

ext %-Hgr 0.033-0.100 



sem., ext. fl 1- 5 m 0.066^.3ai 

tinct 10^ m 0.666-2.000 

rad., vln 5-15 m 0.333-1.000 

sem., vin 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

Colocynth, ext K-2gr 0.033-0.133 

ext. comp 5-10 gr 0.333-0.666 

Condurango 20^«) m 1.3:^3-2.000 

Coniine rk-^ gr 0.001-0.002 

Conium.abst %- 2gr 0.03<-0.133 

ext. ale I-5gr 0.066-0.333 

ext. fl 2- 5 m 0.133-0.333 

tinct 5^m 0.3!3-2.000 

Convallamarin K-2gr 0.0:}3-0.133 

Convallaria, ext 2-10 gr 0.133-0.666 

ext. fl 2-10 m 0.133-0.666 

infus K-20Z 16.000-f>4.00 

Convallarin 2- 4gr 0.133-0.266 

Copaiba 10-60 m 0.666 4.000 

massa 5-30 gr 0.333-2.000 

mist, comp 1- 4 dr 4.000-16.ro 

oleum 10-15 m 666-1.000 

resin 1- 5gr 0.066-0.333 

Coriandri,ol 2. 5 m 0133-0.333 

Cornus, ext. fl H>-60 m 0.666-4.000 

Goto, tinct 1-15 m 0.066-1.000 

Cotoin 1- 4gr 0.066-0.266 

Creolin K- Igr 0.03:3-0 066 

Creosotum I- 3 m 0.066-0.200 

aqua 1- 4 dr 4.000-16.00 

Creta preparat 5-2) gr 0.333-1.333 

mist 2-4dr 8.000-16.00 

pulv. comp 5-60 gr 0.333-4.000 

Crocus, tinct l-2dr 4.000-8.000 

Croton chloral 5-10 gr 0.383-0.666 

Cubeba 10-60 gr 0.666-4.000 

ext. fl 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

oleores 5-20 m 0.333-1.333 

oleum 5-20 m 0.333-1.333 

tinct 1- 2dr 4.000-8.000 

trochidei 1- 3 

Cupri acetas iVMgr 0.006-0.016 

ammon %- 1 gr 0.011-0.066 

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Bm ett ne'lexpeetoi-ai 

„|emeHc)' 

Ergot 


::'iUfn'::; 


.... 0.33S 
.... 0.000664.0016 
.... U.OoeMI.033 
.... 0.8fl6-#.000 
.... aiO(H].638 
.... 1.O0CM.000 


Eraotin 




























Et^Hne... .'. 


lit^*"'" 




spirit™. i,[. 


;;::::;;: WS::: 


:::: S:^;SSS 










Ethyl bromUlu 

Eo™lyptuB,ex.fl„. 








.... g^»4.M0 








Euocymln 

EuphorlQ 

Enrophen 


:::::::::::;3 -^fe;: 


i^ 


bovlsparlf 


- -r: woU" 


"" 0^4.flW 














::::;:::;:;:;:: mwoV.. 


.„. <^J1M.1.18S 




Qlf cyirblEii, inlBt. ocanp. 



DOSE TABLE. 



■Glycyrrhlia, puW. 
Oofit^jpluLti, ex. n.. 
■Umuatum, ei. fl... 



liydraaeliD 



Sfc] 



UrdroaUa canadODSls.... 



HydrortHimiiB... 

Hydro™ tylo 

Hydronaphtol . 



IgDHtla, Jibs 



Apoth-Dowt. 


Metric DOK. 




... L<l(»4000 












■;:: SE 














f.s- 




^iS.':::: 


::: g:^SJ.1 


W- 


■■■ nwui^ 


^^^^ 


'.'.'. i.txn-io.ma 



tiSiz 



1-10 gr,... 



Ji-tjgr o.01W).ttt( 

S-iOer o.stHi.ees 

A-«Br O-aBHJ-OJl 



B-Om OKK'JLOOO 



&.»tgr.... 

S-liBT..... 

StMDm 3.00[M.0(» 

rfW.gr 0.«I08WW»I 

TlWiii* OAWC&o.ooa 

■i-lgr O.I>»«JIS3 

l-2gr (UHM.1M 

.. 5-15 m ll.»tMJ)OI> 

.. l&^m l.ODD-SJWO 

.. U- I gr 0.03:U).068 

tlOra. 0.!»S4.B6fl 

!HgP 0.20(M>.MW 

.. K-lgr aiW3*(W8 

■■ U-Ke' -■ OOIM.O« 



DOSE TABLE. 



Medicine. 

Iodoform 

iodol- 

lodotMiBln, Kft—-^ 
IpMBo. rexp,).,^..... 

SS^v".v."'..':.t:; 

pnlr^^et opll„ 

tfiuit.,e( opll- 



"»= 



JaKlBDB, ext 

Jtinlp., Ktt, 11„_-.... 

Jnnip., oleom 

Hpirii 



tinct.. 



Kcanierta, e 
«xL a 



.ttort' 



■yr.,...ZT. .^ 

IiMirooeraiim. mq— 
lAVkDdnln, m 



tinct., coinp-..„ 



[jobeU»,« 



Apotb. Dose. Metric Doae. 

i-5m aoew).3sa 

l-«e;r 0.096J},ail) 

^-Sgr o.aa»«.is3 



JfcJi;:::: 



l-Sgr O.O68.0.8SS 

&Wm 0.8S»'2.(I00 

10-20 gr 0.686-1.388 

l-5ar 0.08W).338 

. IMOm 1.000.2.000 

. KMIOgr 0866-4.000 

. I^Gvr 0.133433S 

. ^2 dr. 2.00»«.000 

5-10 gr 0.38»4.6«6 

MOgT D.SS3.1.33a 

. aMOm 2.00CM.009 

. &Win.. 

. 1-3 dr.. 

1-Sdr 16.1 



.000-12.00 



. siWgT.'". 



: tJS 



4dr 2.000-16.00 

" U.3334.000 

-„„ 038^1.000 

S-ISgr 0383-1.000 



si«>m.'.'.'.'Z'. 
J^Jdr 



0.1334.666 
O.U»«.33S 



808 DO^E TABLE. 

Medicine. Apoth. Dose. Metric Doee; 

Lobelia, infus l-4dr 4.000-16.00 

tinct 6^ m 0.338-2.000 

Lobelin %- Igr 0.033-0.066 

Lugol's sol f-IO m 0.06W).666 

Lupulin 5-10 gr a333-0.666 

Magnesia 15-60 cr 1.000-4.000 

Magnesii, borocitras 2- 4 dr 8.00O-16.O0 

carb 10-60gr 0.066-4.000 

citras, gran 2- Sdr 8.000-82.00 

mist, et asaf. 3^- 4dr 2.000-16.00 

silic. hydrat i- 2dr 4.000-8.000 

sulphas l-8dr 4.000-82.00 

sulphis 5-30 gr 0.883-2.000 

Maltum, ext. l-2» dr 4.000-10.00 

Mangan. binox 2- 5gr 0.131-0.888 

iodid. syr 10-30 m 0.666-2.000 

sulph 2- 5gr 0.184-0.338 

Manna 1- 2oz 82.000^4.00 

Marrub., ext. fl l-2dr 4.000-S.OOO 

Matico.ext. fl 80-60 m 2.0004.000 

tinet ^' 2dr 2.000-8.000 

Matricar., ext. fl 8-30 m 0.581-2.000 

Menthoe pip., ol l-5m 0.066-O.H88 

pip., spirit 1-30 m 0.066-2.000 

Menthol. K-2gr 0.0334).133 

Menyanthes 2(>-80gr 1.333-2.000 

Metaldehyde 2- 8gr 0.133-0.583 

Methaeetin 2-5gr 0.133-0.338 

Methylacetanilid 2- 5gr 0.133-0.3a3 

Methylal 2- 5 m 0.188-0.338 

Methylene blue lM-4gr a099-0.280 

Monesin J^gr 0.038 

Monobromacetanilid 8-ldgr 0.200-1.000 

Morphine and salts ^trKgr 0.008-0.033 

Morrhuol 4-12 gr 0JWM1780 

Moschus 2-10 gr ai88^.666 

tinet 15-60 m 1.00O4.000 

Mudar 2- 5gr 0.188-0 833 

Muscarine Jjp Igr 0.00WM)66 

Mussanine, pulv 1- 2oz 82.000-64.00 

Myrrh, tinct l(V30m 0.686-2.000 

Myrtol 2- 4 m 0.188-0.260 

Napelline y0ier 0.083-0 048 

Naphtalene Mogr 0.133-0.666 

Naphtol 6-15 gr 0.388-1.000 

Narceine M-Hsr 0.0110.038 

Naregam., tinct l&^m 1.000-2.000 

Nicotine «\,-A m 0.003-0.006 

Nitroglycerin vixriti ra 0.00033&O.0013 

tinct %-lO m 0.08»O.666 

Nux voni I- 5gr 0.066-0.888 

abstr M4^gr..'. 0.016^).038 

ext %'Ker 0.008-0.033 

ext. fl 1- 5 m 0.066^833 

tinct 5-20 m 0.333-1.888 

Opium %- Igr 0.011-0.066 

ncet &-16 m 0.338-1.000 

ext ^A-^er 0.016-0.066 

Jiq. comp „.. t>-\5ia ^jffia-1.000 



DOSE TABLE. 



tfjlCt. (TbDIDpiHI»'B)„.. 



Phvtolacl', ext," fl.lV 

■Rohi, exZ'."Z'..',Z'. 
Ploia llQ., Hjrr. 



Apoth. Dcae. Metric Bom. 
1- 3 

^m 0.38»-l.gSS 

5-76 ra OSSK^On 

i-aom : 0.0W4X00 

5-20 m (KS3ft.l.Sn 

^»)m 0.33lt-l.SU 

s-BsT o,axM).eoo 

lAiier 0.000088 

18 dr ro.000 

1-1 dr lOOO-I&CO 

llV20Kr. 0.66e-l.SS3 

I-5er 0.06M.SSB 

i;^8gr 0.(»»«.200 

UOgr 0.300.^000 

30^1)1. 2.wa-tM» 

so.«iiii a.ooi>4.i»o 

KKsogt o.ea^'Z.ooo 

10.20 gr 0.6«6.I.3SS 

8-8gt o.a»«.«o 

IMlgr 0.780.1.6«0 

lO-lSgr o.se&-i.ooo 

2- 4dr 8.000-16.00 

IMOgr. 1.00C^2.000 

S-aOgr 0.33S-4.0aO 

l-Zdr 4.00l>«.000 

B-lSgr O.S3».1.000 

15 gr. '.'.'.'.'.'". l!000 

TJ^er 0.600 

IB-Mgr I.00O-2.UO0 

Tij;^t!r 0.000&JJ.0013 

I- 2 dr.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 4.00[«.000 

Idr 4.000 

J- 8 m 0.088-2.000 

Mier O.OM-0.011 

Mm O.OeftO.200 

fr-lSm O.SS»-1.000 

ih-d^Sr aOOOM-OOl 

iIj^Kr O.00OM.OM 

MOm „ O.S3S-2.000 

MOm O.53S-1.00O 

5-lOer O.SSSASeO 

2- Idr 8.000-18.00 

'A-'Agr O.OlM.OaS 

rfriCBr O.00O6.O.0O1 

t'.-Uer 0.001*.0S3 

MOm 0,388-4.000 

15-15 m lOOO^OOO 

M- 1 gr 0.01frO,068 

15gr 1.000 

I-8gr 0.06M.6S3 

15 er 1.000 

l^m m 1.000-4.000 

X-8gr 0.0384,'™ 

%-vi,\t ■«« 



370 DOSE TABLE. 

Medicine. Apoth. Dose. Metric Dose. 

Podopliyll, ext. fl 6^ m 0.3a'^2.000 

res y^U gr 0.008-0.038 

Podophyllotoxin X-A gr 0.0011-0.006 

Polygonum, exL 1- 5gr U.06&O.338 

ext. 11 10^ m 0.066-4.000 

Potassli acetus 5-60 gr 0.333-4.000 

arsen., liq 2-lOm 0.138^.666 

bicarb 5^gr 0.333-2.000 

bitart 1- 2dr 4.000^.000 

brom 5-60 gr 0.3384.000 

carb 2-20 gr 0.133-1.333 

chloras 2-20 gr 0.133-L833 

citras 15^ gr 1.O0O4.O0O 

citras, liq 2- 4dr 8.00O-16.00 

citras, mist >^- 1 oz 16.000^.00 

cyanid A^gr 0.004-0008 

ferrocyanid 5-10 gr 0.333-0.666 

hypophoKph 5-10 gr 0.333-0.666 

iodid 2-15 gr 0.133-1.000 

liquor 5-:i0 m 0.333-2.000 

nitras 5-15 gr 0.333-1.000 

pennanj? 3^- 2gr 0.033-ai33 

sulplias I- 4dr 4.00O-16.0O 

sulphid ^. 1-lOgr 0.06&O.666 

Kulphis 3-10 gr 0.200^.666 

lartra-boras 5-15 gr 0.333-1.000 

tartras 1- 4 dr 4.000-16.00 

ot Kod. tartras %- 1 oz 16.00(^32.00 

Propylamine l-5m 0.066-0.333 

Prun. vir^., ext. 11 30-60 m 2 000-4.000 

vlrg.,Kyr 1- 4 dr 4.000*16.00 

Pulsatil., ext. 11 2- 5 m 0.1830.333 

J»yrethrum 20-60gr 1.338-4.000 

I'yridine 2-10 m 0.133^.666 

(Quassia, ext 1- 5gr a066-0.333 

ext. (1 30-60m 2.0004.000 

tinct 5-6<) m 0.333-4.000 

Quebracho, ext 2-8gr 0.133-0.533 

ext. 11 5-60 m 0.833-4.000 

tinet 1- 4dr 4.000-16.00 

vin 1- 4 dr 4.000-16.00 

Quinldine and salts 1-30 gr 0.066-2.000 

Quinine and salts 1-30 gr 0.066-2.000 

Kesorcin 2-10 gr ai33-0.666 

Ketinol 1 gr a066 

Kheum 2-30 gr 0.138-2.000 

ext 5-15 gr 0.333-1.000 

ext. 11 15-45 m 1.O0O-3.O0O 

mist., et sod 2 dr.-l oz 8.000-32.00 

pil 1- 3 

pil. comp 2- 5 

pulv. comp 30-60 gr 2.000-4.000 

syr 1- 4 dr 4.000-16.00 

syr. arom 1- 4dr 4.000-16.00 

tinct 1- 8dr 4.000-82.00 

tinct. arom 30-75 m 2.000^000 

tiuct. dulc l-4dr 4.00(V-16.00 

vJn \- ^dr 4.000-aOOO 

RhuBglah., cxU fl ^ft^^m %smAjm 



DOSE TABLE. 




872 DOSE TABLE. 

Medicine. Apoth. Dose. Metric Dose. 

Sodii benzoas 6-15 gr 0.333-1.000 

bicarb &^gr 0.383-2.000 

bisulph 3-10 gr 0.200-0.666 

boras 5-30 gr 0.333.2 000 

brom &^gr 0.333-2.000 

carb 5-30 gr 0.333-2.000 

chloras 5-20 gr 0.333-1.388 

chloras, liq 10^60 m 0.666-4.000 

chlorid 10^ gr 0.666-4.000 

dithioBalicylate 3 gr 0.2»'0 

formate Higr 0.026^.080 

hypophosph 6-10 gr 0.338.0.666 

hyposulph 5-iO gr 0.333-1.838 

iodid 6-16 gr 0.383-1.000 

liqflor 6-30 m 0.338-2.000 

nitras 1- 2oz 82.000-64.00 

nitris K-3gr 0.033-0.200 

paracresotate 1-20 gr 0.066-1.338 

phosphas 2-15 gr 0.133-1.000 

salicylas 5-30 gr 0.383-2.000 

santoninas 2-10 gr 0.133-0.666 

sulphas 5-20 gr 0.333-1.333 

sulphis. 6-20 gr 0.333-1.333 

sulphooarb 10-30 gr 0.666-2.000 

tclliiras ?- tgr 0.018-0.052 

Somnal 30m. 2dr 2.000^.000 

Sozoiodol 1- 3gr 0.066-0.200 

JSparteiiie >^- 2 gr 0.033^.188 

sulphate ^C-U gr 0.006^.099 

Spiffelia, ext. 11 16-60 m 1.000-4.000 

et sen., ext. fl J4- 2 dr 2.000^000 

infus. comp 1- 8oz 32.000-96.00 

Stillingia, ext. fl 10-60 m 0.666-4.000 

tinct K- Idr 2.000-4.000 

Stramon., ext 78-3^ gr 0.011-0.033 

ext fl 1- 5 m 0,066^).338 

tinct 6-20 m 0.383-L383 

Strontium bromide 10-60 gr 0.666-4.000 

iodide 5-60 gr 0.838-4.000 

lactate a-2idr 8.000-10.000 

Stroph., tinct 6-10 m 0.333-0.666 

Strophanthine liirA gr 0.0006^).001 

Strychnine and salts ifirigr 0.001-0.0065 

Succin., oleum 6-10 m 0.833-0.666 

Sulphonal 6-30 gr 0.383-2.000 

Sulphur 10-60 gr 0.666-4.000 

Sumbul, ext. fl 16-60 m 1.000-4.000 

tinct 6-30 m 0.333-2.000 

Rvapnia K- 2gr 0.0334).138 

Tanacet., ol i- 3 m 0.066-0.200 

Taraxac.ext 6-16 gr 0.333-1.000 

ext. fl K- 2dr 2.000^.000 

Terebene 5-20 m 0.333-1.333 

Terebinthlnse, ol 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

Terpin hydr ;.. 6-10 gr 0.333-0.666 

Tetronal 10-20 gr 0.666-1.383 

Thalline 2-15 gr 0.183-1.000 

sulphate 4r ft^r 0.260^0.638 

Theine (hypo) "%- ^.«t ^<aw),0e6 



DOSE TABLE. 



Tbenhroinlue. 


Be 


Oaeaine. 


?!;&;=.;;:=;: 


?i;!'»r:°': 
























TrtmeUiylam. 





'TVlphenln _„ 

Tu cpenC CUod"" 

lUlezlne 

Upaa tlBDt£, txi.^ 



Urethaoe.. 
UrlMdin... 






S-Wgr.. 

'*SS;:: 






'".5;;;:: 
5-10 gr.... 
a-Sgr.... 



ae«e-2.0D(i 
o.ese-i.ooo 
4.000-ia.ooo 



mE: 



..::::::. ■fair;::: 

^2gr- 

.::,::::::;:::::::::::: ^1;:::: 

phosphide ifr^gi'.... 

iHubBBllaCe. 1- 4gr.... 

jiUlptiate (em.). 10-30 gr.... 

Bulpbo-lchthyolate— V^ Vf,t • 

viklurlauale _ iV^W. 



374 DOSE TABLE. 

Medicine. Apoth.Dose. Metric Dose. 

Zingib.,ext. fl 5-30 m 0.333-2.000 

oleores K- Igr 0.083-0.006 

Ryr >|- 2dr 2.000-8.000 

linct 15-60 m 1.000-4.000 



o 



75 



To the 

Medical Profession 

••••only.... 

In submitting the following pages, 
giving a brief description of our more 
prominent preparations, we wish to 
state that all remedies made by W. R. 
Warner & Co. contain the very purest 
drugs obtainable, scientifically com- 
pounded. Our catalogue comprises a 
complete list of standard pharmaceuti- 
cals. On request we will be pleased 
to send a Physician's Visiting Record, 
together with a supply of Prescription 
Blanks. 

Hoping that when prescribing you 
will specify "Warner & Co.," we remain, 

Very truly yours, 

W. R. WARNER & CO. 

Philadelphia 
New York 

Chicago 

I/ONDON 

ROMB 



INQLUVIN v...„,.=.r„.„,._ 

SUPERIOR TO PEPSIN OF THE HOG. 
A SPECIFIC FOR VOMITING IN PREGNANCY. 



talem ind nUible remedy tor llit cure o[ 
INDIGESTEON, DYSPEPSIA AND SlCK STOMACH, 



tultsfrom 'Ingluvin' ]□ OTglulkcoDh 
I the Indomitable votnltlng tnd dy* 



SEE THAT YOU GET THE ORIGINAL. 




377 



Prof. ROBERTS BARTHOLOW, M. A., M. D., LL D.. in his work 
00 Materia Medica and Tlierapeatica, says : 

1879 INGLtJVIN— This is a preparation from the gizzard of the 

domestic cidc}ien—ventriculMScali0sus£ralliKaceus. Dose. 

gr. v.— 3j. 

Ingluvin has the remarkable property of arresting certain kinds 

of vomiting— notably the vomiting of pregnancy. It is a stomachic 

tonic, and relieves indigestion, flatulence and dyspepsia. 

The author's experience is confirmatory of the statements which 
have been put forth regarding the exceptional power of this agent to 
arrest the vomiting of pregnancy. It can be administered in inflam- 
matory conditions of the mucous membrane, as it has no 
irritant effect. Under ordinary circumstances, and when 
theobject of its administration is to promote the diges* 
tive functions, it should be administered after meals. 
When the object is to arrest the vomiting of pregnancy, 
it should be given before m^nls. 

1 880 II till 1806 INGLUVIN IS a • # • prepara- 
IU07 auu lUTV tion said to be made of the gizzard 
of the domestic chicken — ventriculus callosus galttnaceus. 
Dose, gr v.--3 j. Ingluvin has the remarkable property 
of arresting certain kinds of vomiting— notably the 
vomiting of pregnancy. It is a stomachic tonic, and 
relieves indigestion, flatulence and dyspepsia. 

Recent investigations have shown that Ingluvin owe.<t 
its curative effects, not to any ferment corresponding to 
pepsin, but to a peculiar bitter principle. This result is 
the more satisfactory, since such an organ as the gizzard 

could hardly furnish the necessary quantity of a digestive ferment to 

effect the results now known to be produced by Ingluvin. 

Under ordinary circumstances, and when the object of its admin- 

{.<«t ration is to promote the digestive function, it should be taken after 

meals. When the object is to arrest the vomiting of pregnancy, it 

should be given before meals. 

But only the successfnl use of this agent and the apparent 

sincerity of the composition ns given to the public would seem to 

justify its mention here 



WM. R. WARNER & CO. Pwh aorlphia Nkw York 



CnrcAGo 



NORMAL ALKALINITY OF THE BLOOD 
Is secured by prescribing 



W. R. WARNER 

& Go's 



Lithia Tablets 



Rheumatism, Kidney Diseases, Gout, etc.> are 

directly due to abnormal acidity of the blood — lactic 

acid in the former and uric acid in. the 

I two latter. 
The treatment should therefore be 
directed to produce alkalinity of the blood. 
Lithia is one of the foremost eliminants of 
the day, and is especially valuable for 
above diseases, but best of all in the form of 

(i aod 5 trail) 

The dose is accurate. Economical. 

Convenient for administration. Efficacious. 

Superior to natural Lithia water. 



SEE THAT YOU GET THE QWa»M_. 



Warner's Lithia Tablets 



379 

Administration of Lithia in iinown quantities 



In the treatment of all diseases caused by an ex- 
cessive secretion of uric acid in the blood: — uricemia, 
lithemia, etc, the arthritic deposits of gout and 
rheumatism, calcareous deposits in the kidneys or 
bladder, and in other conditions directly due to or 
closely allied to any of the abope diseases, lithia will 
be prescribed with great service. 

Lithia is also used to advantage in Bright 's 
Disease and Diabetes Its superior alka- 
lizing properties in these maladies made 
it a much-prescribed remedy' at the hands 
of physicians. Such authorities as Garrod 
and Bartholow will at /once comriiend 
Lithia to the profession. 

The indefinite, varying amount of 
Lithia rn natural lithia water induced us 
to put this valuable remedy in 3 and 5 
grain effervescing tablets, so that the pre- 
.scribed dose will always be the same. The 
superiority of this form of taking lithia 
in preference to natural lithia water is so 
apparent that further comment is un- 
necessary. 

To make fresh lithia water of known strength 
dissolve one of Wm. R. Warner & Go's Lithia 
Water Tablets in a glass of water. 

Each tablet contains three grains (made also five 
grains) Citrate of Lithia, so that a definite quantity 
of soluble Lithia is administered in a pleasant form, 
besides having fresh water with each dose, present- 
ing a therapeutic value superior to that of the 
various Lithia spring waters. This is a scientific 
preparation of the highest standard: 



880 



PERFECTION IN PILL MAKING. 



The manufacture of a perfect pill necessitates the 
skilful selection and preparation of all material entering 
into its composition. The use of proper excipients, 
which will not retard the disintegration and solubility of 
the mass, is of the highest importance, as it is upon these 
qualities the therapeutic effect depends, equally with 
the purity and excellence of the ingredients used. An 
excipient must not in any respect be incompatible with 
the ingredients and should not affect the stability, but 
rather tend to preserve the activity of the medicines 
comprised in the pill. Pure material, a careful and 
skilful preparation and combination of the ingredients 
are equal in importance to a perfect coating. The proper 
coating of a pill also demands skill and experience; the 
solubility should be rapid, the coating should be thin, 
whether of sugar or gelatin ; at the same time it should 
not be affected by atmospheric conditions. Accurate 
composition and subdivision are also essential. Pills 
made by Wm. R. Warner & Co. have received the 
highest possible recognition, fjr their superiority and 
perfection in all respects, a> a result of over forty years 
of experience in pill making. 

Physicians are requested to specify Warner & Co., 
nnd order in bottles of loo to avoid disappointment in 
the :-/itjcipated therapeutic ef^ecls. 



381 



A. <s:i$Xv:BOiMSi> Xyitsi' 



—OP — 



WM. R. WARNER & GO'S 

Highly Soluble Coated Pills, 

PREPARED FOR PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS. 



Antiperiodics. 

Antiperiodic. 

Cinchonidis Sulph i gr. 

Res. Podophylli i-^o gr. 

Strychnia Sul x-33 gr. 

Gelsemin z-20 gr. 

Ferri Sulph. Exs J4 gr. 

01. Res. Capsici i-iogtt. 

Chinoidin, Comp. 

Chinoidin 2 grs. 

Ferri. Sulph. Exsic i gr. 

Piperina }4 gr. 

Cincnoniae Sulph 2 grs 

Cinchomdia Salicyl 2% grs. 

Cinchonidia Sulph z gr. 

Cinchonidiae Sulph 2 grs. 

Cinchonidix Sulph 3 grs. 

Onchonidiae Comp. Warner & Co. 

Qnchonid Sul 2 grs. 

Salicylic Ac i gr. 

Pulv. Opium H g*"- 

01. Res. Capsici K gr. 

8uini» Sulph i gr. 
uinia Su ph 2 grs. 

8uiniaB Bi-Sulph z gr. 
uiniae Bi-Sulph ^ ' grs- 

Aperients. 

Aloes et Mastich. 
Anti-ConstiiMition (Brtmdage). 

Podophylli i-zo gr. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom 5i gr. 

Pv. Capsicum H gr. 

Ext. Belladonns i-iogr. 

Ext. Hyoscyami \i gr. 

Aperient. 

Ext Nuc. Vom M gr. 

Ext. Hyoscyami V^ gr. 

Ext. CoJoc. Co a grs. 



Aperients — continued. 

Cascara Alterative Pink 

(Dr. Leutaud;. 

Cascarin ^4 gr. 

Stillingia 5^ gr. 

Euonymin }4 gr. 

Piperine z-zoogr. 

Chapman's Dixmer Pills. 

Colocynth et Hyoscyamus. 

Ext. Coloc. Co....'. 2}^ grs. 

Ext. Hyoscyami i^ gr. 

Laxative. 

Pulv. Aloes. Soc i gr. 

Sulphur i-s gr. 

Res. Podophyllin 2-5 gr. 

Res. Tiuaiac J4 gr. 

Syr. Rhamni q. s. 

Peristaltic Aperient. 

(Warner & Co.) 

Aloin i-iogr. 

Ipecac 1-30 gr. 

Strych. Sul i-ioogr. 

Succus. Bellad 1-20 gr. 

Podophyllin et Hyoscyamus. 

Podophyllin. 

Ext. Hyoscyami aa %gT. 

P«»dophyl. Comp. (Eclectic.) 

Podophyllin % gr. 

Leptandrin 1-16 gr. 

Tuglandin 1-16 gr. 

Macio in z-32 gr. 

01. Res. Capsici q. s. 

Podophyl. et. Bellad. 

Podophyllin ^/i SE^. 

Ext. BaVacd V^^-t- 

0\. ^ts. e«Lw\cv -^'^"^ 

SaccYiaxumYAKX •^^* 



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Aperients — continaed. 

Sumbul Aperient, 

(Dr. Shoemaker). 

Ext. Sumbul 1 gr. 

Asafetida i gr. 

Kxt. Nuc. Vom }4 gr. 

Ext. Cascara Sag J4 gr* 

Aloin 3< gr. 

Gingerine ^ gr. 

Astriogents. 

Astringent. 

Ext. (ieranni 2 grs. 

Pv. Opii % gr. 

01. Menth } ip 1-20 gtt. 

01. Res. Zingiber 1-20 gtt. 

Opii et Plumbi Acet. 

Pulv. Opii ^ gr. 

Plumbi Acet 1^ gr. 

Cathartics. 

Cascara Cathart. (Dr. Hinkle). 

Cascarin 

Aloin aa 5^ gr. 

Podophyllin 1-6 gr. 

Ext. Belladon % gr. 

Strychnin i.'ogr. 

Gingerine J4 gr. 

Cathartic Com p. U. S. P. 

Cathartic Comp. Imp. 3 grs. 

Ext. Coloc. Comp 

Fxt. Jalap 

Podophyllin, 1 ertandrin .... 

Ext. Hyoscyami 

Ext. Gentianae 

01. Menth. Pip 

Clathart. Comp. Cholagogue. 

Res. Podophylli % gr. 

Pil. Hydrarg }< gr. 

Ext. Hyoscvami J^ gr- 

Ext. Nuc. Vom 1-16 gr. 

01. Res.Capsic Ysgit. 

Hepatica. 

Pil. Hydrarg 3 grs. 

Fxt. Coloc. Co I gr. 

Ext. Hyoscyami i gr. 

Podophyllin, K gr. 

Rhci Comp. U. S. P. 

Cascara Comp. 

J^xt. Cascara Sag 1 grs. 

Res. Podophyllin ..yk gr. 



Diaphoretics. 

Analeptic. 

Pv. Animonialih ^ gr, 

Pv. Res. Guaiac t gr. 

Pv. Aloes Socot 3^^ gr. 

Pv. Myrrhae }4 gr- 

Diaphoretic. 

Morphiae Act tat 1-25 gr. 

Pv. Kpecac }^ gr. 

Pv. Potass. Nirate i gr. 

Pv. Camphorae 5^ ijj. 



Emmenagogaes. 

Emmenagogue. 

Ergoline 1 gr, 

Ext. Hellebore Nig i gr 

Aloes I gr, 

Ferri Sul. Fxs x g 

01. Sabinae ^ gr 

Pil. Phosphor! Cum CantharideCo 

Phosphori 1-50 gr, 

Pv. Nuc. Vom I gr 

Sol. Canthar. Conc't z m. 



Liaxative. 

Aloin et Strychnin et Belladon. 

Aloin I 5 gr. 

Strychnin z-6ogr. . 

Ext. Belladon 54 gr. 



Sedative. 

Bismuth et Ignatia. 

Bismuth Sub. Carb 4 grs. 

Ext. Ignatin Amara ^ gr. 

Camphor MoDO-Bromat.d, 3 grs. 

Ergotin Comp. (Dr. Reeves.) 

Ergotin. 3 grs. 

Ext. Cannab. Ind ^ gr. 

Ext. Belladon ^ gr. 

Sedative. 

Ext. humbul % gr. 

Ext. Valerianae % gr. 

Ext. Hyoscyami % gr. 

Ext. Cannab. Ind x-icgr. 

Ulsemin }( gr. 

Phosphori Cum Cannabe Indica. 

P\\o%pVvot\ 1-50 gr. 

■Exl.Cai«i«X>.VcA ^ gr. 



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Tonics. 

Aloes ct Fcrri. 

Pulv. Aloes Socot % gr. 

Pulv. Zineib. Jam^.A i gr. 

Fcrri Sulpn. Exsic i gr. 

Ext. Conii j^ gr. 

Aloes et Nuc. Vom. 

Pulv. Aloes Soc xj^ grs. 

Ext. Nuc. Vomicae }^ gr. 

Antiseptic Comp. (Warner & Co.) 

Sulphite Soda z gr. 

Salicylic Acid i gr. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom H 8^. 

Powd. Capsicum i-xogi. 

Concent. Pepsin i gr. 

Chalybeate 3 grs. Pink 

(Warner & Co") 

Ferri Sulph 1}^ grs. 

Potass. Carb x% grs. 

Chalybeate Compound (Warner 

&Co.) Pink 

Chalybeate Mass a% grs. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom JS^i gr. 

Damiana Cum Phosph. et Nuc. 
Vom. 

Ext. Damiana 2 grs. 

Phosphori x-ioogr. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom J<i gr. 

Digestiva (Warner & Co.) 

Pepsin Concentrat x gr. 

Pv. Nuc. Vom }4 gr. 

Gingerine 1-16 gr. 

Sulphur % gr. 

Ferri (Quevennes) 2 grs. 

Ferri Carb (Vallett's), U. S. P.3 grs. 

Fcrri lodid i gr. 

Neuralgic. 

Quinia: Sulph 2 grs. 

Morphiae Sulph 1-20 gr. 

Strychniae i-30gr. 

Acid Arsenious 1-20 gr. 

Ext. Aconiti \^ gr. 

Quiniae Comp. 

Qui niae Sulph x gr. 

Ferri Carb. (Vallei's) 2 grs. 

Acid Arsenious 1-60 gr 

Quiniae et Fe^ri 

Qu'mias Sulph t pr. 

Ferri Kedact i gr. 



Quiniae et Ferri et Strych Phos. 

Quiniae Phos '. i gr. 

Ferri Phos i gr. 

Strychniae Phos x-6ogr. 

Quiniae Iodoform et Ferri. 

lodo'brm i gr. 

Fer. Carb. (Vallet's) i gr. 

Quiniae Sulph ^ gr. 

SumbulComp. (Dr. Goodell). 

Ext. Sumbul I gr. 

Asafetida ..2 grs. 

Ferri Sulph. Exsic x gr. 

Acid Arsen 1-40 gr. 

Tonic. 

Ext. Gentianae x gr. 

Ext. Humuli J^ gr. 

Ferri Carb. Sacch K g"*' 

Ext. Nuc. Vom 1-20 gr. 

Res. Podophylli 1-25 gr. 

01. Res. Zingib i-iogr. 

Zinci Posphide and Nuc. Vom. 

Zinci Phos i-io pr. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom J^ gr. 

Strychniae 1-16, 

1-20, 1-30, 1-32, 1-40 and 1-60 gr. 

Pil. Phosphori, 1-25, 1-50, i-ioo gr. 

Pil. Phosphori Comp. 

Phosphori i-xoo gr. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom 5^ gr. 

Pil. Phosphori Cum Nuc. Vom. 

Phosphori.. i-sogr. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom J4 gr. 

Pil Phosphori Cum Ferro. 

Phosphori x-^ogr. 

Ferri Redac x gr. 

Pil Phosphori Cum Ferro et Nuc. 
Vom. 

Phosphori i-xoo gr. 

Ferii Carb i gr. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom ^ gr. 

Pil. Phosphori Cum Ferro et 
Quiniae et Nuc. Vom. 

Phosphori i-ioo gr. 

Ferri Carb i gr. 

Quiniae Siil i gr. 

Ext. Nuc. Vom % gr. 

Pil. Phosphori Cum Quiniae. 

Phosphori 1-50 gr. 

Quiniae Sulph i gr. 

Qulmat t\. V crt\ C^\V . 

Q\uw\a Su\vV ^ ^ 

Verrv CaLtxi ^ 



Pil. Cascara Cathartic. 



A 

SOLUBLE 
ACTIVE 
PILL 



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II STRVCnNINe.i-bigr. Asatoiitcl0tluiUC«UiK» 

I CA9CARIN, K gt' Kcnuneisnd preTCBUanutlpMIo 

|n ALOIN.Uet. Iiirr™«»t«rUuW>of lowerlmwel. 

"1 PODOPHYLLIN, i-e gj 
^ .„,w....... 

Renews peristalsis 
A" Relieves Hepatic Torpidity 

Efficient mild in action 

Cathartic an intestinal Tonic 

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Pil. Arthrosia. tonk 

(w E »r,„,.sco ] ALTERATIVE 



..Rheumatism and Qout.. 



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6oc pei 100, 



Pil. Arthrosia combines pure drugs, accur- 
alel}- subdivided, scientifically compounded, 
covered with a quickly soluble coating 
(which latter hermetically seals and protects 
the contents indefinitely) Upon adminis- 
tration, Pil, Anhrosia will disinteg^ale rapidly 
and release a combination of remedies whose known 
therapeutic properties at once recommend this pill 
to the profession, 

Pil. Arthrosia is indicated in all conditions of 
Rheumatism, Gout and Rheumatic Gout. A marked 
improvement in this class of diseases follows almost 
immediately alter their administration, 

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PHOSPHORUS PILLS. 



These pills are manufactured by a process invented by ourselves and 
undoubtedly present this valuable remedy in the best form for administra- 
tion that is possible in the art of pharmacy. 

FORMUL/K AND THERAPEUTICS. 

PIL. PHOSPHORI, i-icxj gr., 1-60 gr., 1-50 gr., or 1-25 gr. 

Dose. — One pill, two or three times a day, at meals. 

Tkera/>eutics.—V^hen deemed expedient to prescribe phosphorus alone, 
these pills will constitute a convenient and safe method of administering it. 

PIL. PHOSPHORI COMP. (Warnbr & Co.) 

Ij^ Phosphori, i-ioo gr., Ext. Nuc. Vom. 1^ gr. 

Dose. — One or two pills, to be taken three times a day, after meals. 

Tlierapetciics. — As a nerve tonic and stimulant this form of pill is well 
adapted for such nervous disorders as are associated with impaired nutrition 
and spinal debility, increasing the appetite and stimulating digestion. 

PIL. PHOSPHORI CUM NUC. VOM. 

Jj^ Phosphori, 1-50 gr. (Warnbr & Co.) 

Ext. Nuc. Vom. J/^ gr. 

Dose. — One or two, three times a day, at meals. 

Therapeutics. — This pill is especially applicable to atonic dyspepsia, 
depression, and in exhaustion from overwork or fatigue of the mind. Phos- 
phorus and Nux Vomica are sexual stimulants, but their use requires cir- 
cumspection as to the dose which should be given. As a genrral rule, they 
should not be continued for more than two or three weeks at a time, one or 
two pills being taken three tim^s a day. 

PIL. PHOSPHORI CUM CANTHARIDE CO. (Warnkr & Co.) 

JJ Phosphori, 1-50 gr. ; Sil. Canlharidis Concent, i vt\ 
Pv. Nuc. Vom. I gr. 

I?0Sf. — One or two pills may be taken twice or three times a day, a( 
Bacala. 



387 

7%^f «/«<//«.— Cantharides is added as a genito-urinary stimulant, ap- 
plicable in chronic Bright's disease, in chronic discharges from the urethra, 
blenorrhea, etc., paralysis of the bladder, incontinence or retention of urine, 
senile dysuria, impotence, sexual debility, etc., vesical 'weakness of elderly 
women, and as a stimulating emmenagogue and diuretic in persistent amen- 
orrhea, uterine atony, leucorrhea, etc., and in chronic eczema and psor- 
iasis. 

riL. PHOSPHORI CUM FERRO. (Warner & Co.) 

Jj^ Phosphori, 1-50 gr. ; Ferri Redact, i gr. 

Dose. — For adults, two, twice or three times a day, at meals ; for chil- 
dren between 8 and 12 yeais of age, one, twice or three times daily, with 
food. 

Tfurapeuiic*. — This combination is particularly indicated in consump- 
tion, scrofula, and the scrofulous diseases, the debilitated and anemic 
conditions of children ; and in anemia, chlorosis, sciatica, and other fi>rms 
of neuralgia ; also in carbuncles, boils, etc. They may be administered also 
to a patient under cod liver oil treatment. 

PIL. PHOSPHORI CUM FERRO ET NUC. VOM. 

Jj^ Phosphori, i-ioo gr ; (Warner & Co.) 

Ferri Carb. i gr. ; Ext. Nuc. Vom. ^ gr. 

Dose — One or two pills may be taken three times a day, at meals. 

Therapeutics. — This pill is applicable to cont'itions referred to in the 
previous paragraph, as well as to the anemic conditions generally, to sexual 
weakness, neuralgia in dissipated patients, etc., and Mr. Hogg considers it 
of great value in atrophy of the optic nerve. 

PIL PHOSPHORI CUM FERRO ET QUININA. 

5^ Phosphori, i-ico gr. (Warner & Co.) 

Ferri Carb. i gr. ; Quinin. Sulph. i gr. 

Dose — One pill may be taken three times a day, at meals. 

Therapeutics . — Phosphorus increases the tonic action of the iron and 
quinine, in addition to its specific action on the nervous system. In general 
debility, cerebral anemia, and spinal irritation this combination is especially 
indicated. 

PIL. PHOSPHORI CUM FERRO ET QUININA ET NUC. VOM. 

(Warner & Co.) 

Jt Phosphori, i-ioo gr. ; Ferri Carb. i gr. 

Ext. Nux. Vom. \^ gr. ; Quinin. Sulph. i gr. 

Dose.~-Qviit pill may be taken three times a day, at meals. 

Thtrapeutic*.— The therapeutic action of this combination of tonics, 
augmented by the specific effect of phosphorus on the nervous systeviv^TCA^ 
be readily appreciated. 



Pil. Chalybeate 



...A SUPERIOR 
IKON PILL... 



Anemia, Chlorosis, Phthisis. 






MHgrt 40C, per lOO 



l*. NIEMSVBRvrlti 



I'il. Chalybeate produces Ferrous Carbonate in the 
stomach, and mingling with the {fastric juices is 
more quickly assimilated than any other preparation 

of iron. 



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Pil. Chalybeate Comp. 



The same formula as Pil. Chalybeate with yi gr. 
Ntuc Vomica added for its tonic efTed. 



i 



DMc-iiosflfittmBUi ^;c. per 100. 

It may be used in all cases where Pil, 
Chalybeate is indicated, in which there 
may be a demand for an additional tonic. 

According to La Press MeJicale, "a 
few weeks treatment will sutTice to bring 
the rosy flush of health to the cheeks of 
an anemic or chlorotic patient. 



■ IT IS A BLOOD MAKER 



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Pil. Peristaltic 



For Constipation, 

Bilious Disorders 



n 



Small Effective 

t-FuCACiuus No Griping 

NON-IRKITATINC TO HEMORKHOIDS 



Pil. Peristaltic Mercurial. 

Same formula as Pil. Peristaltic with 
l-lOj^ram Calomel added. 



Pil. Sumbul Comp. 



(W R, WAKHEtftCO.) 



Pil. Sumbul Comp. is especially recommended for 
"nervous and hysterical women who need building 
up." This pill was largely used by the late Dr. 
Goodell, in fact he originated the formula. 



^ 



This pill is serviceable in neurasthenic 
conditions, in conjunction with occasional 
doses of Bromo Soda in cases of fatigue, 
loss of sleep, headache or indigestion. 

If you would always have uniform results from 
Pil.'Sumbul Comp., specify "W. R. Warner & Co." 
Pure drugs in the hands of our experienced chemists 
result in producing i pill that is permanent, potent, 
soluble and reliable. 



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Pil. Digestiva. 



COMPRISES a combiiution of remedies 
for the treatment of all forms of 
Indigestion, whether due to an enfeebled digestive 
tract, faulty secretion of gastric juices or indiscretion 
in mailers of diet or stimulants. 



9 



An excellent 
After=dinner Pill 

See that you get the original. 

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Pil. Antiseptic Comp. 

ANTr.DVSPBPTIC. ANTI-RHEUMATIC. 

FOR INDIGESTION 

MALASSIMILATION 

OF FOOD, 

AND ALL FORMS OF DYSPEPSIA. 



B 



55c. per 100. 



Pil. Aniistptic Comp. is serviceable in 
atonic dyspepsia, nervous dyspepsia — in 
fact all forms of this disease, because it 
strengthens the lowered digestive vitality. 

The Nux Vomica and Capsicum, hesides promoting 
involuntary contraction of muscular llbre, relieve 
flatulence and constipation. 

The digestive properties of the Pepsin, assisted by 
the action of the Salicylic Acid and Sulphite of 
Sodium, in :iddition to the above, make thb an 
effe::tive remedy. 



Elixir Salicylic Comp. 

A potent and reliable remedy in 

Rheumatism. Gout, Lumbago 
AND Kindred Complaints. 

Combining in a pleasant and permanent foriii in 
each tluid drachm, the following: 



This preparation Is especially valuable 
for rheumatic diathesis and in the treat- 
ment of acute inflammatory, sub-acute 
and chronic rheumatism ; any of which 
will yield to tablespoonful doses, every 
three or four hours, until four doses are 
taken ; then a dessertspoonful at a time and finally 
decreased to a teaspoonful every three or four hours. 
In acute intlammatory rheumatism, experienci; 
has proved that two tablespoonfuls administered 
every four hours, until a slight ringing in the ears fol- 
lows, the dose then decreased to a tablespoonful every 
(hKe or four hours, will produce the desired effects. 



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The..... 

Arlv^nf^^*^^ ^^ Salicylic Comp. are afforded 

^ by the combination of Salicylic 

Acid with Soda in excess ; thus forming a salt less 
corrosive and irritating, and more readily borne by 
the stomach. 

The other ingredients possess advantages well 
known to the Profession, to whom this 
preparation alone is introduced. We 
therefore suggest the propriety of specify- 
ing "Warner & Co.'s" and ordering in 
f 5 xii quantities, to obtain original bottles. 
It is a matter of great satisfaction to us 
to be able to place before the Profession a 
remedy so effectual in the cure of a most 
stubborn disease. 

Price, ill. 00 per bottle. 

Elixir Salicylic Comp. is put up in 12 oz. square 
blue bottles, with prescription label on it, and may 
be obtained from Druggists everywhere. See that 
no substitutes are offered. 



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DI»0«AM or 1KB DIOISTIVB TRACT. 
COPirlBbted. 



Liquid Pancreopepsine 

fDIGESTIVE FLUID) 

This prepirition contains in an agreeable form 

the natural and assimilable principles of the digestive 

fluids of the stomach, comprising Pancreatine, Pepsin, 

Ladic and iViuriatic acids. - The best means 

I of re-establishing digestion in enfeebled 
stomachs where the power to assimihte 
and digest food is imp'aired, is to admin- 
ister remedies capable of communicating 
the elements necessary to convert the food 
into nutriment. 
Put up in 16 ounce French square bottles. 



Price. H-CX) per bottle, 
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396 

Favorite Prescriptions for combination with 
LIQUID PANCREOPEPSINE 

For Extemporaneous Prescribing 



B 



Liquid Pancreopcpsine, (Warner & Co.) $ xvi. 
Tr. Ferri Chlor • - ^ij. 

TTl sig. One tablespooonful t. d. 



5 



Liq. Pancreopcpsine ( Warner & Co.) J xvi. 
Quinina Sulph - - - - jsi*. 

TTt sig. One tablespoonful t. d. 



B 



Liquid Pancreopepsine (Warner & Co.) 5 xvi. 
Tr. Nux Vomica* - - - - 3 ij". 

\Tl sig. One tablespoonful t. d 



B 



Liquid Pancreopepsine (Warner & Co.) ^ xvi 
Tr. Nux Vomica* 

Tr. Ferri Chlor. . . - . aagij. 

TTl sig. One tablespoonful t. d. 

•^*»mnegr H, can replace Nux Vomica when desired, 



For Physicians' Prescriptions 

BROMO SODA 

For SICK HEADACHE, caused 
by indigestion and over indulgence. 

HEADACHE resulting from protracted mental effort, 
and close confinement. 



HEADACHE due to loss of sleep and rest. 

NERVOUS HEADACHE occasioned by 
excessive grief or other causes. 

DULL THROBBING HEADACHE from 
overwork and disordered stomach. 

HEADACHE from excessive use of tobacco 
or from over-eating. 



Bromo Soda will quickly relieve neuralgic and rheu- 
matic headache 

Where nervous depression follows deprivation of 
alcoholic stimulants, opium, etc., when habituated to 
their use, Bromo Soda is recommended with utmost 
nonfidence as a prompt and certain remedy. 

,SI!K THAT VOU CBT THE OBIOINAI.. 




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QUICKLY SOLUBLE TABLETS 



FOR 



HYPODERMIC MEDICATION. 



In compliance with repeated requests from the Medical profession to 
manufacture quickly soluble tablets for subcutaneous medication, we respect- 
fully call attention t"> the following list : — 

We desire to emphasize the statement, that in undertaking the manufac- 
ture of these delicate agents, we have devoted much time and labor in bring- 
ing them to a state o? perfection ; in this we have been assisted by the 
co-operation of our medical friends. 

We claim (and a candid comparison will convince any one) for our 
soluble tablets, the following points of superiority, viz. : — 

1 . They are quickly and entirely soluble. 

2. They are permanent in form and accurate in dose. 

3. They are safe, and rapid in action. 

No IK— Our tablets are put up in tubes containing twenty and packed 
in boxes of five tubes and in vials containing one hundred tablets. When 
ordering please specily Wm. R. Warnbk & Co.'s Hypodermic Tablets. 



SOLUBLE HYPODERMIC TABLETS 

Aconitinc, Pure Cryst 1-120 gr. 

Apomorphine Muriate 1-20 gr. 

Ap'-morphine Muriate 1-8 gr. 

Apomorphine MuriaiC 1-12 gr. 

Atropine Sulphate i-6ogr. 

Atropine Sulphate 1-200 gr. 

Atropine Sulphate i-i5ogr. 

Atropine Sulphate i-i2ogr. 

Atropi le Sulphate z-ioo gr. 

Car iac Tonic, (Dr. Mann) 

Morph. S il. 1-12 gr. Atropin Sul. i-2 5ogr. 

Strych.Sul. i-ingr. Caffein, 1-67 gr. 

Cocaine Hydrochlorate 1-8 gr. 

Cocaine Hydrochlorrite 14 gr. 

Cocaine Hydrochlorate 1-10 gr. 

Cocaine Hvdrochlorate 1-2 gr. 

Codeine Sulphate 1-8 gr. 

Codeine Sulphate 1-4 gr. 

Coniine Hydrobromate 1-100 gt. 

^^oniine Hydrobromate x-SoSt« 



Per Bottle 


Per Tube ! 


100 Tablets 


20 Tablets 


$70 


$18 


60 


16 


z zo 


20 


8s 


19 


40 


12 


30 


10 


30 


10 


35 


II 


35 


II 


60 


16 


50 


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90 


22 


45 


13 


z 60 


36 


70 


18 


1 00 


24 


30 


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UBLE HYPODERMIC TABLETS 
e HydrobimMK. i-fagi. 



ino Hydnitironuirfl i-iongr. - 

yamineSlllphale... ... i.-.gt. 









Jph, 
Iph. 



IropEne Sutpb, i-iBoei 
linFMdAlrDiteiNr'. 3 

orl^hLne Snlph, 1-4 fii 
line and Alrapine'N" f 



irapw'sulpi'' i-.'icf^:}- 
,ireund,\lro|:incNo.a, 
loTphinc Sulph. i-C gr. ) 
iTOpinc 5iilph, 1-130 gr. y '" 
Mm and Atropine NQ.g, 
[nrplltne SuJpb. i-4Er.) 
tropine Sidph. i-^oogr- j '" 



I Strychnine Sulph. 1-50 gr. "I 



1 Atropine Sulph. 1-150 gr 

Strychnine and Atropine No. 2, 

/Strychnine Sulph. 1-30 gr. "I _q 

( Atropine Sulph. T-i2ogr. J 

Strychnine and Atropine No. 3, 
/^trychn/ne Sulph. i^ogr.) 
/ Atropine Sulph 1-150 g^- ) 



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SOLUBLE HYPODERMIC TABLETS ^'"n??.?^* ^% \"^ 

100 1 ablets 20 Tablets 

Morfrhine and Atropine No. 10, 

S Morphine Sulph. 1-4 gr. ) < * « 

I Atropine Sulph. i-i2ogr. J '55 $^5 

Morphine and Atrophine No. xi, 

f Morphine Sulph. i-4 gr. f ^ , 

1 Atropine Sulph. 1-60 gr./ ^ '^ 

Morphine and Atropine No. 12, 

f Morphine Sulph. 1-3 gr. ) 

) .\tropine Sulph. i-i2ogr,/ ^5 19 

Morphine and Atropine No. 13, 

I Morphine Sulph. 1-2 gr. ) 

( Atropine Sulph. 1-150 gr.j "^^ '^ 

Morphine and Atropine No 14, 

f Morphine Sulph. 1-2 gr. ) 

( Atropine Sulph. 1-120 gr.j ^^ *9 

Morphine and Atropine No. 15, 

f Morphine Sulph. 1-2 gr. r 

( Atropine Sulph. r-ioogr. J 75 19 

Morphine and Atropine No. 16, 

f Morphine Suiph. 1-2 gr.) 

( Atropine Sulph. z-24ogr. / ^^ ^9 

Nitroglycerin 1-50 gr. 

Nitroglycerin 1-150 gr. 

Nitroglycerin i-ioo gr. 

Nitroglycerin 1-200 gr. 

Nitroglycerin, iioogr. & Strychnine, 1-50 gr. 
Physostigmine Sulph. 1-60 gr. 

(See Eserine Sulph.) 80 20 

♦Pilocarpine Muriate 1-5 gr. 

♦Pilocarpine Muriate 1-8 gr. 

♦Pilocarpine Muriate 1-20 gr. 

♦Pilocarpine Nitrate 1-20 gr. 

♦Pilocarpine Nitrate 1-8 gr. 

♦Pilocarpine Nitrate 1-4 gr. 

Sodium Arseniate 1-30 gr. 

Strychnine Nitrate 1-150 gr. 

Strychnine Nitrate 1-100 gr. 

Strychnine Nitrate 1-40 gr. 

Strychnine Nitrate 1-60 gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate i-i5ogr. 

Strychnine Sulphate 1-120 gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate i-ioogr. 

Strychnine Sulphate 1-60 gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate 1-20 gr. 

Stiychnine Sulphate 1-30 gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate 1-40 gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate 1-50 gr. 

Strychine and Atropine No. i, 



40 


12 


40 


12 


40 


12 


40 


12 


40 


12 



30 


zo 


50 


14 


35 


II 


35 


II 


40 


12 


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Price, ineliidinjr lour lubes Warner's Solubl. 
Hypodemiics and two needles, packed in aliimnium 
casr. ti.OO. 



Parvules 



We have prepared this 
new class of preparations, 
denominated Parvules, to 
dislingnisli tliein from Pills 
and Granule^,. 

They are designed for 

the administration 

of medicines in 
doses for children, 
and for frequent 
repetition in cases 
of adults. 

It is claimed by 
some practitioners 
that small doses 
given at short in-- 
tervalscxi-rtamore 
salutary effect. 
Granules should never be 
subsliluted for Parvules. 
Pocket cases furnished with 
10 l(J 20 varieties for 
Practitiuneib, 
Hand or Buggy Cases with 
40 varieties. 



Lithia Salt (aiuix 



For Rheumatism. Gouty Diathesis, Cystitis, 
Gravel, Kidney Troubles, Uricemia. 

ETC., ETC. 



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Lithia Sail Alkaline affords a most excel- 
lent means of ridding Ihe blood of ^n 
■excess of those acids, upon which the 
above diseases depend. 

The physician is cautioned not to contuse this 
remedy with those of similar sounding names, and m 
prescribing, it would be well to specii/ W & Co 



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Syr. Phytolacca Comp 



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Phytolacca Uccandin Curydal. Formosa, aa grs vj 

Siillingta Sylvatica Xanthoxylum Fraxineum 

Lappa Mnjor. lodiduni 

Cascara Sag aa grs ij. 

Ill each dessertspoonfut 



Syr. Phytolacca Comp. (W. & Co.) is 
valuable in constitutional syphilis, herpes, 
eczema, scrofula, psoriasis, prurigo, and in 
all cases where an alterative is indicated. 

Non-irritable 
AND Palatable 



Carefully prepared from pure active drugs, and 
in those diseases in which it is indicated, no remedy 
will be productive of such beneficial results as attends 
the administration of Syr. Phytolacca Comp. 




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loiio Siiiiibul CordhI having a ddightfiil 
.iiid pleasing taste, replaces ail nauseating 
biller tonics. Patients taking Tono Siinibul 
ii'Siilirly as a tonic prescribed by the physi- 
cian, will gall) strength and weight. 

Sunibiil .is particularly valuable in cases of 

nervousness of a low, depressing diaraclei. 

AjiA is Ihc remedy par excellence lor nervous 

hysterical females who need building up. 

Only the purest materials enter into its 

coniposilion, prepared under the supervision of our 

experienced chemists. 

As willbe seen, it does not ccntain coca or any 
ingredient which might induce a drug habit, but is a 
superior tonic used to advantage and discontinued 
with no alter effects. 



6t£- TilAV YOU GET TWE ORIGINAL. 



409 



Therapeutic Reference Book. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGl 



Aid in Memorizing Doses 4| 

Asphyxia, Treatment of 5: 

Comparison of Metric and Apothecaries' Weights 9-1 ] 

Fevers, Eruptive, Time of Incubation 5 J 

Foods, The Digestibihty of. , 59-6< 

Formulae, Pharmaceutical, etc 66-7 ; 

Formulary, Medical 76-13 

Gestation, The Period of 56-5; 

Hypodermic Medication 141-14 

Incompatibles 47-4" 

More Common Percentage Solutions 2: 

Obstetrical Table 56-5; 

Parvules 67, I36-I4< 

Pills, Soluble Coated 69-7: 

Poisons and Antidotes 48-5 

Posological Table 24-4, 

Post Mortem Examinations 61-6 

Prescription Writing 1 2-2* 

Specific Gravities 20-2 

Thermometric Equivalents 2 

Weights and Measures 7-1 



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WH iiiaiuifacturc a complete line of elegant 
Granular Effervescent Salts in all their 
varieties. We invite coinparik)n as to 
beauty of preparation, granular uniformity, rapid solu- 
bility, permanency, in fact all those points which indicate 
a salt to be superior. The medicament is accurately mixed 
in a state of purity that insures efficacy in all effervescent 
sails prepared uner the name of Wm. R. Warner_& Co. 

Tlic following is a partial list of the more 
important salts: 

ANTALGIC Saline 
APtKitNi Saline 
Bkomo Soda 
Chalybeate Saline 
KissiNGEN Salt 
LiTHiA Salt alkaline 
Saline Chalybeate Tonic 
Sodium Phosphate 
Vichy Salt 

SPtClFY *-W. K. WARNER & CO. 



SOLUBLE AND 

„ RELIABLE 




W. R. WARNER & COS 

Pills 

Sugar and GELATrN Coated. 

Have been prescribed with imiform re- 
sults for forty years, because they are 

SCtENTIFICALLY COMPOUNDED 



PUHE DRUGS. 



The process used for manufacturing Warner's Soluble 
Pills, ensures permatieney of inj;redienls until used. Upon 
ingestion, Ihe pills rapidly dissolve amt contents are 
released with full therapeutic dTect, 

For unifoon results, 

Specify "W.& Co." 



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