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cure

Heil-bad, n. watering-place, medical
bath, mineral bath

Heil-bar, a curable, remediable, sanable

Heil-barkeit, /. curableness, remediable-
ness, sanabiUty

Heil-behandlung, /. curative treatment

Heil-brunnen, m. mineral waters; spas

Heil-diener, m. an assistant qualified to
perform certain minor, and to assist
in the greater, operations

Heil-distel, /. the genus Cnicus



Heilen, v.t., & i. to cure; to heal

Heilend, a. healing, curative

Heil-erfolg, m. result of treatment

Heil-fahig, a. curable

Heil-fahigkeit, /. curability

Heil-formel, /. prescription

Heil-gehilfe, m. = -diener

Hiel-gymnastik,/. gymnastics as part of
treatment

Hiel-gymnastisch, a. relating to medical
gymnastics

Heiligen-bein, n. sacral bone

Heiligen-holz, n. guaiacum wood

Heiliges Bein, n. = Heiligenbein

Heiliges Feuer, n. erysipelas

Heil-impfung, /. curative inoculation
(or injection of antitoxin)

Heil-kraft, /. healing or curative power

Heil-kraftig, a. medicinal, healing cura-
tive, therapeutic

Heil-kraftigkeit, /. = -kraft

Heil-kraut, n. medicinal herb; officinal
plant

Heil-kunde, /. = -kunst

Heil-kundig, a. skilled in medicine

Heil-kundige, m. = -kiinstler

Heil-kundlich, a. therajjeutical

Heil-kunst, /. the healing art, medical
science, therapeutics

Heil -kiinstler, m. physician, one skilled
in the healing art

Heil-kiinstlerisch, a. practised in the
healing art ; professional

Heil-methode, /. method of treatment
or cure

Heil-mittel, n. remedy, medicament, drug

Heil-mittellehre, /. pharmacology, phar-
macy

Heil-personal, n. (arztliches), medical
staff

Heil-pflanze, /. medicinal or officinal
plant

Heil-pflaster, n. healing or medicated
plaster

Heil-pflaster, n. (englisches), court plas-
ter

Heil-pflaster, n. (schwarzes), "universal
plaster," composed of red lead, olive-
oil, yellow wax, and camphor

Heil-quelle, /. mineral spring, mineral
water

Heil-quelle, /. (indifferente), mineral
waters without any special chemical
properties (acting by reason of their
high temperature)

Heil-quellenlehre, /. the science of min-
eral springs, balneology

Heil-sam, o. wholesome, salubrious,
beneficial to health

Heil-samkeit, / wholsomeness, salubrity

Heil-schatz, m. therapeutic armament

Heil-schwindler, m. quack

Heil-serum, n. serum used as a remedy,
antitoxic serum

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Hem



Heil-statte, /. health resort, sanatorium,
hospital

Heil-stoff, m. curative material, medi-
cament

Heil-stofflehre, /. pharmacology

Heil-system, n. = -methode

Heil-trank, m. medicine, potion

Heil-trieb, m. tendency or disposition to
heal

Heilung, /. healing, cure, curing, re-
covery

Heilungs-bedingung, /. condition on
which recovery or cure depends

Heilungs-dauer, /. duration of recovery
or cure

Heilungs-versuch, m. attempt at heal-
ing, tentative treatment

Heil-verfahren, n. method of treatment
or cure

Heil-verlang, m. course of healing

Heil-versuch, m. attempt at healing, ten-
tative treatment

Heil-wasser, n.pl. mineral waters

Heil-weise, /. = -methode

Heil-wert, m. therapeutic value

Heil-wertzahlen, f.pl. statistics of reme-
dial values

Heil-wesen, n. all matters relating to
the heaUng art

Heil-wirkung, /. curative effect

Heil-wissenschaft, /. medical science,
therapeutics and surgery

Heil-wissenschaftlich, a. relating to
medical science

Heil-zweck, m. therapeutic aim, object

* or purpose

Heim- (in compds.), home-

Heim-krank, a. home-sick

Heim-Kreysig'sches Zeichen, n. sign
consisting in systolic retraction of
the intercostal spaces in symphysis
cardiaca

Heim'sche Pillen, f.pl. pills containing
digitalis

Heim-siech,' a. = -krank

Heim-weh, n. home-,sickness

Heim-webkranke, w. & /. a home-sick
person

Heine -Medin'sche Krankheit, /. spastic
spinal paralysis of infancy

Heiser, a. hoarse, husky

Heiserkeit, /. hoarseness, huskiness

Helss, a. hot; torrid; ardent, passionate

Heiss-blutig, a. warm-blooded ; hot-tem-
pered

Heiss-durst, m. violent thirst

Heiss-hunger, m. bulimia

Eeiss-luftbehandlung, /. treatment by
hot air

Heiss-luftsterilisierung, /. sterilisation
by hot air

Heisswasser- (in compds.), hot water

Heisswasser-bad, n. hot-water bath

Heisswasser -douche, /. hot-water douche

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Heisswasser-einspritzung, /. injection of

hot water
Heisswasser-heizung, /. heating by hot

water
Heisswasser -klystier, n. enema of hot

water
Heister, m. instrument for forcibly

opening the mouth
Heister'sche Klappe, /. valve in neck of

gall-bladder
Heister -sches Divertikel, n. upper bulb

of internal jugular vein
Hektik, /. hectic condition, consumption
Hektisch, a. hectic, consumptive
Helenenkraut, n. Inula helenium, L.
Helicomonas, name given by Klebs to a

supposed bacillus of syphilis
Helicopodie, /. circumduction of the foot

in the gait of hemiplegics
Heliophilie, /. abnormal impulse to seek

sunlight
Heliophobie, /. photophobia
Heliosis, /. heat-stroke
Heliotherapie, /. treatment of disease by

light and heat of the sun
Heliotropismus, n. characteristic of pro-
toplasm to be attracted or repelled by

sunlight
Helkologie, /. the science or theory of

ulcers
Helkoma, n. ulcer

Helkoplastik, /. plastic cure of ulceration
Helkopoiesis, /. artificial production of

ulceration
Helkose, /. ulceration
Helkotisch, a. ulcerative, ulcer-like
Hell, o. clear, bright, light, luminous,

lucid, distinct
Helles Lispeln, n. hght lisping
Helligkeit, /. clearness (of percussion),

resonance
Helligkeits-bezirk, m. area of resonance

(of percussion)
Helligkeits-figur, /. outline of resonance

(of percussion)
Helligkeits-sinn, m. sense of light
Hell-sehen, n. clairvoyance
Hell-sichtigy a. clear-sighted
Hell-sichtigkeit, /. clear-sightedness
Hell-tympanitisch, a. clearly tympanitic
Helm, m. helmet; helm; caul
Helminthagoga, n.pl. anthelmintics
Helminthen, pi. intestinal worms
Helminthiasis, /. disease produced by

worms
Helminthisch, a. helminthic, relating to

worms
Helminthologe, m. helminthologist
Helminthologie, /. helminthology
Helopyra, /. marsh-fever, malaria
Helos, m. nail-shaped prolapse of iris
Hematie, /. red blood-cell
Hemeralopie, /. hemeralopia, night- or

snow-blindness



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Hemi- (in compds.), hemi-, semi-,
unilateral

Hemi-ablepsie, /. hemiopia

Hemi-achromatopsie,/. unilateral colour-
blindness

Hemi-ageusie, /. unilateral loss of sense
of taste

Hemi-albumose, /. hemi-albumose, pro-
peptone

Hemi -alb umosurie, /. passing of urine
containing propeptone

Hemi-algie, /. migraine

Hemi-anasthesie, /. hemiainsesthesia

Hemi-anopie, /. gleichnamige, or ho-
monyme, homonymous hemianopia

Hemi-anopische Pupillenreaction, /. or
-starre, /. reaction or non-reaction of
the pupil in hemianopia when the blind
half of the retina is illuminated, accord-
ing as the lesion is behind or in front
of the giving off of the reflex fibres to
Westphal-Edinger's nucleus

Hemi-anopsie, /. = -anopie

Hemi-anosmie, /. unilateral loss of sense
of smell

Hemi-athetose, /. athetosis limited to
one side of the body

Hemi-atrophie, /. hemiatrophy

Hemi-ballismus, m. unilateral chorea,
paralysis agitans, tremor, etc.

Hemi-drosis, /. unilateral sweating

Hemi-epilepsie, /. unilateral spasms in
epilepsy

Hemi-kephalus, m. monster without the
upper half of head

Hemi-kinesie, /. hemianopic pupillary
reaction

Hemi-klonie, /. unilateral myoclonus

Hemi-kranie, /. hemicrania, migraine

Hemi-kraniose,/. unilateral hypertrophy
of the head and face

Hemi-mark, m. grey cerebral substance

Hemi-melus, m. monster with extrem-
ities reduced to stumps

Hemi-mimie, /. {French), unUkeness of
the two sides of the face in movements

Hemi-opie /. = -anopie

Hemi-opsie, /. = Hemianopia

Hemi-paraplegie, /. paralysis of one
lower Hmb from spinal disease

Hemi-parese, /. hemiplegia

Hemi-phalakrosis, /. unilateral baldness

Hemi-plegie, /. hemiplegia

Hemi-spalte,/. transverse cerebral fissure

Hemi -spasmus, m. unilateral spasm

Hemisphare, /. hemisphere

Hemispharen-blaschen, n. cerebral ves-
icle

Hemispharen-los, a. without the cere-
brum, brainless

Heniisphygmie, /. condition in which
there are double as many heart-beats
as pulse-beats

Hemisystole, /. asynchronicity of the



beats of the two sides of the heart,
also = Hemisphygmie
Hemiterie, /. teratology
Hemitonie, /. unilateral tonic spasm
Hemltritaus, o. semi tertian
Hemmen, v.t. to hinder to stop, to check,

to arrest, to repress
Hemmend, a. obstructive, hindering, in-
hibiting, restraining, checking
Hemmung,/. stoppage, check; inhibition
Hemmungs- (in compds.), inhibitory,

arrested
Hemmungs -apparat, m. inhibitory ap-
paratus
Hemmungs -band, n. check ligament
Hemmungs-bildung, /. malformation
caused by arrested development;
arrest of development
Hemmungs -centrum, n. inhibitory centre
Hemmungs-erscheinung, /. inhibitory

phenomenon
Hemmungs -fabigkeit, /. inhibitory fac-
ulty
Hemmungs -faser, /. inhibitory fibre
Hemmungs -faserzug, m. fasciculus of

inhibitory fibres
Hemmungs-flache, /. surface of a joint

limiting its movement
Hemmungs -kraft, /. inhibitory power
Hemmungs -missbildung, /. malforma-
tion due to arrest of development
Hemmungs -mittel, n. check, inhibitory

factor
Hemmungs -moment, n. = -mittel
Hemmungs -nerv, m. inhibitory nerve
Hemmungs -nervenerregbarkeit, /. exci-
tability of inhibitory nerves
Hemmungs -nervenreizung, /. irritation

or stimulation of inhibitory nerves
Hemmungs -neurosen, f.pl. inhibitory

neuroses
Hemmungs -vermbgen, n. =, -fahigkeit
Hemmungs-welle, /. inhibitory wave or

impulse
Henle'sche Driisen, f.pl. Henle's glands
Henle'sche Scheide, /. primitive sheath

of nerve-fibre
Henle'sche Schicht, /. Henle's layer
Henle'sche Schleife, /. Henle's loop
Henle'sches Band, n. falx inguinalis
Henoch'sche Krankheit, /. purpura ful-

minans
Henosis, /. growing together of the eye-

Hds
Hensen'scher Gang, m. ductus reuniens
Hensen'sche Stiitzzellen, f.pl. long cyl-
indrical cells in organ of Corti
Hepat- (in compds.) , relating to the liver
Hepat-algie, /. hepatic or gall-stone colic
Hepat-apostema, n. hepatic abscess
Hepatargie, /. liver insufficiency
Hepatektomie, /. extirpation of a portion

of the liver
Hepat-isch, a. hepatic

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Hepat-isiert, a. hepatised

Hepat-isierung, /. hepatisation

Hepatiko-enterostomie, /. hepato-enter-
ostoray

Hepatiko-lithotripsie, /. crushing of gall-
stones in the hepatic duct

Hepatikorrhaphie, /. suture of the hepatic
duct

Hepatikotomie, /. incision into tha he-
patic duct

fiepat-ocele, n. hernia containing liver

Hepat-ologie, /. science of the liver

Hepat-omphalocele, n. umbiUcal hernia
containing liver

Hepat-opexie, /. fixation of liver to ab-
dominal wall

Hepat-optosis, /. prolapse of liver

Hepat-orrhaphie, /. sewing of hver

Hepatotomie, /. incision into the liver

Hepatotoxamie, /. hepatic autointoxica-
tion

Herab- (in compds.), down, down-
wards

Herab-fallen, v.i. to fall down, to de-
scend, to prolapse

Herab-fallend, a. falling, descending, pro-
lapse

Herab -gekommen, a. reduced, decayed,
out of condition

Herab -hangend, a. handing down, pen-
dulous

Herab -lauf end, o. running-down, de-
current

Herab-setzen, v.i. to lower, degrade

Herab-setzung, /. diminution

Herab -stimmend, a. depressing

Herab -stimmung,/. depression

Herab-zieher, m. depressor

Herab -ziehung, /. depression

Heraus- (in compds.), out

Heraus-gedrungen, o. expressed, ex-
travasated

Heraus-schalen, v.t. to enucleate

Heraus -scbalung, /. enucleation

Heraus -stiilpung,/. extroversion

Heraus-treten, v.i. to protrude, to ex-
travasate

Heraus-treten, n. protrusion, protuber-
ance; extravasation

Heraus -wachsend, o. excrescent, pro-
liferating

Heraus -zerren, v.i. to draw or pull out by
force

Heraus -Ziehen, v.t. to draw out; to
extract

Herb, a. harsh, sharp, tart, sour, acid,
crude, astringent

Herbheit,/. harshness, acerbity, tartness,
bitterness

Herblich, a. = Herb

Herbstfieber, n. autumnal fever

Herbstkatarrh, m. hay fever

Herbstzeitlose- (and compds.), vide Zeit-
lose

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Herd, m. circumscribed area, focus,

centre, seat
Herd- (in compds.), locaUsed, circum-
scribed
Herd-affektion, /. locaUsed disease
Herd-erkrankung, /. localised or cir-
cumscribed disease
Herd-fbrmig, a. localised, circumscribed,

in foci
Herd-krankheit, /. = -erkrankung
Herd-phlegmone, /. localised or circum-
scribed cellulitis of the skin (phlegmon)
Herd-pneumonie, /. localised pneumonia
Herd-sklerose, /. multiple sclerosis
Herd-sympton, n. localized symptom
Hereditar, a. hereditary
Hereditat, /. heredity
Hermaphrodisie, /. hermaphroditism
Hermaphrodismus, m. hermaphroditism
Hermaphrodit, m. hermaphrodite
Hermaphroditisch, a. hermaphroditic
Hermetisch, a. hermetical
Hernio-enterotomie, /. herniotomy with

resection of gut
Hernio-laparotomle, /. laparotomy for

hernia
Hernio-logie, /. the study of rupture
Hernio-tomie, /. operation for hernia
Herpes, /. herpes

Herpes-blaschen, n. herpes vesicle
Herpes -form,/, kind or variety of herpes
Herpes-pilz, m. trichophyton tonsurans,

favus
Herpetisch, a. herpetic
Herpetisme, /. (French), diathesis, es-
pecially for skin diseases
Herrschen, v.i. to prevail, to be pre-
dominant
Herstellbar, a. curable, remediable
Herstellen, v.t. to restore, to reduce, to

repair
Herstellung, /. restoration, recovery,

repair
Herstellungsmittel, n. a restorative
Hermuschweifend, a. vagus
Herumwerfen, n. jactitation
Hervor- (in compds.), forth, out
Hervor-ragen, v.i. to project, to protrude
Hervor -ragung, /. projection, protuber-
ance, protrusion
Hervor -stiilpen, v.i. to extrovert
Hervor -stiilpung, /. extroversion
Hervor -treibung, /. protrusion, prolapse
Hervor -wolbung, /. prominence
Herz, M. heart
Herz- (in compds.), cardiac
Herz -abscess, m. cardiac abscess or ulcer
Herz-achse, /. cardiac axis
Herz-ader, /. cardiac vein, coronary vein
Herz-a£Cektion, /. cardiac affection
Herz-aneurysma, n. aneurysm of the

heart
Herz-anfall, m. cardiac attack
Herz-anlage, /. rudiment of the heart



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Herz-arbeit, /. action of the heart
Herz-arterie, /. cardial artery
Herz-arznei,/. cardiac remedy
Herz -asthma, n. cardiac asthma
Herz-atazie, /. irregular and defective

action of heart
Herz-atrophie,/. cardiac atrophy
Herz-aufregend, a. exciting or stimulat-
ing the heart
Herz-aufregung, /. cardiac excitement
Herz-balken, m. columna camea
Herz-basis, /. base of the heart
Herz-bau, m. structure of the heart
Herz-beben, n. palpitation of the heart
Herz-beklemmung, /. or -beklommen-

heit, /. oppression of the heart
Herz-beruhigend, a. sedative to the

heart
Herz-beruhigung,/. quieting of the heart
Herz-beschleunigung, /. cardiac acceler-
ation
Herz-beschwerde, /. cardiac trouble
Herzbeutel, m. pericardium
Herzbeutel- (in compds.), pericardial
Herzbeutel-blutung, /. pericardial or

intra-pericardial haemorrhage
Herzbeutel-brusthohle, /. pericardio-
pleural cavity
Herzbeutel-dampfung, /. pericardial dul-

ness
Herzbeutel-eiterung, /. suppurative peri-
carditis
Herzbeutel -entziindung, /. pericarditis
Herzbeutel-hohle, /. pericardial cavity
Herzbeutel -innenflache, /. inner or vis-
ceral surface of pericardium
Herzbeutel-verdickung, /. pericardial

thickening ^

Herzbeutel -vereiterung,/. = -eiterung
Herzbeutel-verwachsung, /. pericardial

adhesion
Herzbeutel-wasser, n. pericardial fluid
Herzbeutel-wassersucht /. hydrops peri-
cardii
Herzbeutel-zwerchfellarterie, /. superior

phrenic artery
Herz-bewegung, /. cardiac action or

.motion
Herz-bezirk, m. cardiac region
Herz-blatt, n. (ausseres), parietal layer

of pericardium
Herz-blatt, n. (inneres), visceral peri-
cardium
Herz-blausucht, /. cardiac cyanosis
Herz-block, m. heart block
Herz-blut, n. the blood of or in the heart
Herz-blutader, /. cardiac vein, coronary

vein
Herz-blutumlauf, m. cardiac circulation

of the blood
Herz-brand, m. = -brennen
Herz-braune, /. angina pectoris
Herz-brennen, n. heartburn, water-
brash



Herz-bruch, m. cardiocele
Herz-buckel m. praecordial bulging
Herz-chok, m. heart-beat
Herz-cyanose, /. = -blausucht
Herz-dampfung, /. cardiac dulness
Herz-dampfungsbezirk, m. or -damp-

fungsfigur, /. area of cardiac dulness
Herz -degeneration, /. cardiac degenera-
tion
Herz -dilatation, /. cardiac dilatation
Herz-druck, m. = -driicken
Herz-driicken, n. sense of oppression of

the heart
Herz-driise, /. cardiac gland
Herzens- (in compds.), vide Herz-
Herz-entartung, /. cardiac degenera-
tion
Herz -entziindung, /. carditis
Herz -epilepsia, /. i. angina pectoris as
epileptic equivalent; 2. cardiac epi-
lepsy
Herz-erkrankung, /. cardiac affection
Herz-erschlaffung, /. diastole
Herz-erweichung, /. cardiac softening
Herz-erweiterung, /. cardiac dilatation
Herz-faser, m. fibre of the heart
Herz-fehler, m. cardiac defect
Herz-fehlerlunge, /. brown induration

of lungs
Herz-fehlerzellen, f-pL pigment-contain-
ing cells found in brown induration
of lungs
Herz-fell, n. (and compds.) = -beutel
Herz -fiber, /. = -faser
Herz-flache, /. cardiac surface
Herz-flasche, /. a chest- warmer
Herz-fleisch, n. cardiac muscle, myo-
cardium ; vide for compds. Herzmuskel
Herz-fbrmig, a. heart-shaped
Herz-funktion, /. cardiac function or

action
Herz -ganglion, n. cardiac ganglion
Herz-gebiet, n. cardiac region
Herz-gefass, n. cardiac vessel
Herz-geflecht, n. cardiac plexus
Herz-gegend, /. = -gebiet
Herz-gegendwolbung, /. praecordial bulg-
ing
Herz-gekrose, n. mesocardium
Herz-gerausch, n. cardiac murmur or

sound
Herz-gerinsel, n. clot in the heart
Herz-geschwulst, /. cardiac tumour
Herz-geschwiir, n. cardiac ulcer or

abscess
Herz-gespann, n. sense of oppression
due to an abnormal distension and
tension in region of heart and
stomach
Herz-gewebe, n. cardiac tissue
Herz-gewicht, n. weight of the heart
Herz-gift, n. poison especially affecting

the heart
Herz-grosse,/. size of the heart

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Herz-griibchen, n. or -grube,/. pit of the

stomach
Herz-halfte, /. the half or side of the

heart
Herzhaut, /. (aussere), pericardium;

(innere), endocardium
HerzhautentzUndung, /. pericarditis; en-
docarditis
Herzheramungs- (in compds.), cardio-

inhibitory
Herzhemmungs-apparat, m. cardio-in-

hibitory apparatus
Herzhemmungs -centrum, n. cardio-in-

hibitory centre
Herzhemmungs-nerv, m. cardio-inhibi-

tory nerve
Herz-hbhle, /. cavity of the heart
Herz-hbhlenerweiterung, /. dilatation of

the cavity of the heart
Herz-hohlenverengung, /. contraction of

the cavity of the heart
Herz-hypertrophie, /. cardiac hyper-
trophy
Herz-impuls, m. cardiac impulse
Herz-infarkt, n. infarction of the heart
Herz-innenflache, /. inner surface of
I heart

Herz-insufficienz, /. cardiac insufficiency
Herzkammer, /. ventricle of the heart
Herzkammer-arterienmiindung, /. ar-
terial orifice of the ventricle
Herzkammer -erweiterung, /. dilatation

of ventricle; diastole
Herzkammer -muskel, m. muscle of ven-
tricle
Herzkammer-muskelzusammenziehung,

/. systole
Herzkammer-scheidewand, /. ventricu-
lar septum
Herzkammer -wand, /. or -wandung, /.

= -scheidewand
Herzklappe, /. cardiac valve
Herzklappen-entartung, /. degeneration

of cardiac valves
Herzklappen-entziindung, /. inflamma-
tion of cardiac valves
Herzklappen-erkrankung, /. affection of

cardiac valves
Herzklappen-fehler, m. defect of cardiac

valves
Herzklappen-schrumpfung, /. shrinking

of cardiac valves
Herzklappen-verkalkung, /. calcification

of cardiac valves
Herzklappen-verknocherung, /. ossifica-
tion of cardiac valves
Herzklappen-verkreidung, /. = -ver-

kalkung
Herzklappen-verkiirzung, /. shortening

of cardiac valves
Herzklappen-verschluss, m. closure of

cardiac valves
Herzklappen-verschwarung, /. ulceration
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Herz-klopfen, n. palpitation of the heart
Herz-knochen, m. cardiac ossification
Herz-knoten, m. cardiac ganglion
Herz-krampf, m. angina pectoris; car-
diac spasm
Herz-krank, a. suffering from heart

disease
Herz-kranke, m. &f. a, subject of heart

disease
Herz-krankheit,/. heart disease
Herz-kranzarterie, /. coronary artery of

the heart
Herz-kranzgefass, n. coronary vessel of

the heart
Herz-krisen, f.pl. cardiac crises
Herz-kriimmung,/. curving of embryonic

heart-tube
Herz-lahmend, a. paralysing the heart
Herz-lahmung, /. cardiac paralysis
Herz-lappchen, n. or -lappen, m. auricu-
lar appendix
Herz-leere, /. emptiness of the heart
Herz-leiden, n. heart disease
Herz-leidend, a. suffering from heart

disease
Herz-lipomatose, /. fatty degeneration of

the heart
Herz-luftbeutel, m. pneumo-pericardium
Herz-lungengerausch, n. cardio-pulmon-

ary murinur or sound
Herz-mangel, m,. absence of the heart
Herz-mattheit, /. or -mattigkeit, /.

cardiac weakness or debility
Herz-missbildung, /. cardiac deformity
Herz-morsellen, f.pl. cardiac tabloids
Herzmiindung, /. cardiac orifice
Herzmiindungs-erkrankung, /. affection

of cardiac orifice
Herzmiindungs-erweiterung,/. dilatation

of cardiac orifice
Herzmiindungs-verengung, /. stenosis of

cardiac orifice
Herzmuskel, m. cardiac muscle
Herzmuskel-entartung, /. degeneration

of cardiac muscle
Herzmuskel-entziindung, /. myocarditis
Herzmuskel-erkrankung, /. affection of

cardiac muscle
Herzmuskel -erlahmung, /. paralysis of

cardiac muscle
Herzmuskel-faser, m. fibre of cardiac

muscle
Herzmuskel-lahmung, /. = -erlahmung
Herzmuskel-schall, m. sound or mur-
mur of cardiac muscle
Herzmuskel-schwiele, /. sclerosis of

cardiac muscle
Herzmuskel-zusammenziehung, /. sys-
tole, contraction of cardiac muscle
Herz-muskulatur,/. muscular apparatus

of the heart
Herz-myom, n. myoma of the heart
Herz-nebenkammer, /. cardiac auricle
Herz-nerv, m. cardiac nerve



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Herz-nervenast, m. branch of cardiac

nerve
Herz-nervencentrum, n. cardiac nerve

centre
Herz-nervengeflecht, n. plexus of cardiac

nerves
Herz-nervenstamm, m. trunk of cardiac

nerve
Herz -neuralgia, /. angina pectoris
Herz-neurose, /. cardiac neurosis
Herz-oberflache, /. cardiac surface
Herz-ohr, n. or -Bhrchen, n. auricle of

the heart
Herz-ostien, pi. cardiac orifices; vide

for compds. Herzmiindung
Herz -pause, /. period of cardiac rest
Herz-pendeln, n. the ticking or pendu-
lum-rhythm of foetal heart
Herz-platte, /. cardiac plate
Herz-pochen, n. palpitation of the

heart
Herz-polyp, m. clot in the heart
Herz-puls, m. cardiac impulse
Herz-pulsader, /. = -arterie
Herz-pulver, n. cardiac powder
Herz-reiz, m. cardiac stimulant or

irritant
Herz-reizmittel, n. stimulating cardiac

reraedy
Herz-reizung, /. cardiac irritation
Herz-rohr, n. auricle
Herz-ruhe, /. diastole
Herz-ruptur, /. rupture of the heart
Herz -sack, »». pericardium; vide for

compds. Herzbeutel
Herz-saule, /. columna camea
Herz-schall, m. cardiac sound
Herz-scheidewand, /. cardiac septum
Herz-schere, /. heart scissors
Herz-schlag, m. cardiac paralysis; heart

beat or impulse
Herz-schlagader, /. = -arterie
Herz-schlauch, m. heart-tube of embryo
Herz-schmerz, m. cardiac pain
Herz-schwach, a. weak in the heart
Herz-schwache, /. cardiac weakness
Herz-schwiele, /. cardiac callosity
Herz-schwund, m. cardiac atrophy
Herz-selbststeuerung, /. self-regulation

of the heart
Herz-shok, m. heart-beat
Herz-spann, m. sense of oppression due

to an abnormal distension and tension

in region of heart and stomach
Herz-species, pi. cardiac vegetable rem-
edies
Herz-spitze, /. apex of the heart
Herz-spitzenstoss, m. apex impulse of

the heart
Herz-starkend, a. strengthening the

heart
Herz-starkung, /. the strengthening of

the heart
Herz-stenose, /. cardiac stenosis



Herz-stillstand, m. perisystole; arrest

of heart's action
Herz-stolpern, n. arhythmia, especially

subjective sensation as if heart were

still for a moment
Herz-storung, /. cardiac disturbance
Herz-stoss, m. cardiac beat or impulse
Herz-stosskurve, /. cardiographic curve
Herz-stUtze, /. pressure-pad over cardiac

area
Herz -tamponade, /. pericardial effusion

affecting heart-force (Rose)
Herz-thatigkeit, /. action or activity of

the heart
Herz-tod, m. arrest of heart's action
Herz -ton, m. cardiac sound
Herz-triebkraft, /. strength or propelling

power of the heart
Herz-iibel, n. cardiac affection
Herz-iiberanstrengung, /. overstraining

of the heart
Herz-vene, /. cardiac vein, coronary

vein
Herz-ventrikel, m. cardiac ventricle



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