This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 Excerpt: ...throughout the system. Hypertension (hi-per-ten'-shun). Excessive tension; supertension. Hyperthermalgesia (hi-per-therm-al-je'-se-ah) hyper ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 Excerpt: ...throughout the system. Hypertension (hi-per-ten'-shun). Excessive tension; supertension. Hyperthermalgesia (hi-per-therm-al-je'-se-ah) hyper-; Otp/iT), heat; HXyTjotc, pain. Abnormal sensitiveness to heat. Hyperthermia (hi-per-ther'-me-ah). Elevation of temperature above the normal. Hyperthyrea (hi-per-thi'-re-ah). The condition arising from excessive functional activity of the thyroid gland. Hyperthyrbsis (hi-pcr-thi-ro'-sis). The condition in which there is excess of thyroid substance in the body. Hypertonia (hi-per-to'-ne-ah) hyper-;-dmae, tone, i. Excess of muscular tonicity, i. Increased intraocular tension. Hypertonic (hi-per-ton'-ik). Exceeding ia strength or tension. H. Salt Solution, one that exceeds the osmotic tension of the bloodserum. Hypertoxicity (hi-per-loks-is'-it-e). The quality of beingexcessively toxic. Hypertrichiasis, Hypertrichosis (hi-pcr-triki'as-is, hi-per-trik-o'-sis). Excessive growth of hair of a part or the whole of the body. Hypertrophous (hi-per'-troj-us). Marked by or exhibiting hypertrophy. Hypertrophy (hi-per'-troje) hyper-; zpai, . nourishment. An increase in the size of a tissue or organ independent of the general growth of the body. H., Compensatory, that resulting from the increased activity of an organ to make up some deficiency in a paired organ or in itself. H.t Concentric (of the heart), increase in the thickness of the walls, without increase in the size of the organ, but with diminution in the capacity of its chambers. H., Eccentric (of the hearti, hypertrophy with dilation. H., False, an increase in some one constituent tissue of an organ, usually the connective tissue. H., Moriform, a mulberry-like enlargement, as of the posterior ends of the lower turbinate. H., Numeric, hypertrophy due to an increase in the nu..
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