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. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...of vaccinal Jequirity, jekwir, it-e. See Abrus. Jerk-finger, jerkf-jing-ger. A disease in which the flexion or exj sion of a. ...Read MoreThis 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. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...of vaccinal Jequirity, jekwir, it-e. See Abrus. Jerk-finger, jerkf-jing-ger. A disease in which the flexion or exj sion of a. finger is accomplished by a jerk. Jervin, jer'-vin. CjeHyrNOa. An alkaloid from Veratrum album. Jesuit's Bark, je-u-its. Cinchona, q. v. JifflJer jig?-er. See Dermatophilus penetrans. Jimson-weed, jim'-sun-wed. Datura stramonium, q, v. Joberf s Fos sa. One in the popliteal region formed by the adductor magnus above, and below by the sartorius and gracilis. It is well seen when the knee is bent and the thigh rotated strongly outward. Joffroy's Symp'tom. 1. In exophthalmic goiter, absence of facial contraction when the patient suddenly turns his eyes upward. 2. Phenomene de la hanche; rhythmic twitching of the glutei on pressure upon the gluteal region in cases of spastic paraplegia and sciatica. Johnson's Test for Albu'min in U'rine. A concentrated solution of picric acid is poured upon the surface of the urine in a testtube. A ring of white precipitate occurs at the junction of two liquids; this increases on heating. Peptones and albumoses are precipitated by this reagent, but the precipitate redissolves on heating. Johnstoni (Toh.) Area. See Celsus's Area. Joint, joint. An articulation. J.-disease', Charcot's, a disease of joints accompanying tabes dorsalis and ending in deformity. Jolles's Test for Bile Pig/ments in U'rine. Put in a stopper cylinder 50 c.c. of urine, and add a few drops of 10 per cent, hydrochloric acid and an excess of a barium chlorid solution with 5 c.c. of chloroform, and shake for several minutes. Then by means of a pipet remove the chloroform and the precipitate, place in a test-tube, and heat on the water-bath to about 80 C. When the chloroform has evaporated, carefully decant the liquid from the...Read Less
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