10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ODONTALGY»
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Medicinal Plants: Biodiversity and Drugs
2006 Liver disease, Gastralgia, Gastritis, Odontalgy, Gastric ulcer Endocrine
system Cholesterolemia Genitor-urinary Renal disease Infectious and parasitic
diseases Herpes Traumatic injuries Contusions, Wounds, Burns Other symptoms
M. K. Rai, Geoffrey A. Cordell, Jose L. Martinez, 2012
Cyclopaedia: Or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ...
See ODONTALGY. ' ter the-roots of the teeth; NN a- toath closed up. ' The teeth,
Mr. Derham observes, furnish us with a notable - care in the urns among the
ashes of the deceased: but the opi' the foremosi are weak and far from the centre,
The Medical and Physical Journal
The Dolor Kaciei may be called analogically, (like otalgy, odontalgy,.&c.)
profopalgy, as it undoubtedly belongs to the topical pains without fever; and this
name seems, besides, to be congruous with respect to the scat as well as to the
A Medicinal Dispensatory: Containing the Whole Body of ...
_ THis plant is 'called To'rmentifla, because it leniat'es 'the torment and pain of
Odontalgy or tb'oth-achez and Septafaile, by the Greeks Hcptaphfllon, because it
consists of seven leafes; it growes in shady, wooddy, and oþaqu'e places;" it puts
Letters to Squire Pedant, in the East
These humicubations, the nocturnal irrorations, and the dankishness of the
atmosphere, generated by a want of apricity, were extremely febrifacient. Infri-
gidation, formication, odontalgy, cardialgy, wample, asphyxy, succeeded by
Samuel Klinefelter Hoshour, 1856
A technological dictionary: explaining the terms of the ...
Medicines for the relief of odontalgy, or toothache. The best is creosote. Odon'toid
, from ehous, a tooth, and u7>cq, like. Toothlike, dentate. Odontol'oct, from ohms,
a tooth, and X»y«s, discourse. The Bcience of the teeth ; their anatomy and ...
An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
Oculus. Ode. Ode. Odious, odium. Odi. Odontalgy. Odoys ; algo*. Odor,
odorament, odorate. Odor, Odoriferous. Odor; fero. Odorous. Odor. GSconomical.
Ecco ; nomos. Offend, offence, offensive. Of; fendo. Offer. Of; fero. Office, official,
The Scholar's Companion: Containing Exercises in the ...
Odos, bios — exodus. 153. Odous, o&ovtos — odontalgy. 154. Suffix oid. 155.
Oligos, oXiyos — oligarchy. 156. Onoma, ovo/ia — anonymou*. 157. Optomai,
onropai — optics. 158. Orama, opapa — diorama. 159. Ornis, opvtdos —
Henry Butter, Rufus William Bailey, 1859
Medical Flora: Or, Manual of the Medical Botany of the ...
The smoke of the leaves and seeds, directed by a funnel to a carious tooth, is
said to cure odontalgy ; but the practice may be deleterious and attended with
danger. Substitutes — Datura Stramonium — Jltropa belladonna — Solanum Sp.
Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, 1828
The London encyclopaedia: or Universal dictionary of ...
The alveoli are lined with a membrane of exquisite sense, which is wrapt about
the roots of each tooth ; from whence, and from the nerve, proceeds that pain
called odontalgy, or tooth-ach. Of these alveoli there are usually sixteen in each