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  • n. haemorrhage
  • n. A former genus, Haemorrhagia, of moths belonging to the family of Sesiidae, now placed in Hemaris.


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  • - Lack of vitamin K. Vitamin K.has no immediate haemostatic action: it is not indicated in cases of haemorrhagia of traumatic origin.

    Chapter 4

  • Of suppression of haemorrhoids, haemorrhagia, or bleeding at the nose, menstruous retentions, (although they deserve a larger explication, as being the sole cause of a proper kind of melancholy, in more ancient maids, nuns and widows, handled apart by Rodericus a Castro, and

    Anatomy of Melancholy


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