This was sustained by Preuss in a series of articles in the globus that same year.
This has been well demonstrated by Preuss in his articles in the globus.
In minor hysteria there is commonly a sensation of a rising ball in the throat—the globus hystericus.
Antiperistaltic globus may occur from various causes; and either in the intestines or the œsophagus.
In minor hysteria there is commonly a sensation of a rising ball in the throat (the globus hystericus).
In some instances it is associated with partial regurgitation of a mass of air (the globus hystericus).
Prodit hic noster globus multo praecedentibus a nobis editis, qui primi in his provinciis prodierunt accuratior et emendatior.
The words ludere and certare throw no light on the manner in which the globus or discus was used.
A very frequent symptom is a choking sensation, as if a ball came up the throat and stuck there (globus hystericus).
This is the thesis of Preuss in his articles in the globus which we have cited several times.
globus glo·bus (glō'bəs)
n. pl. glo·bi (-bī')
A round or spherical body.
Any of the brown bodies sometimes found in the granulomatous lesions of leprosy.