hyperemia is produced, and this leads to over-action of the glands of the large intestine.
The hyperemia was often attended by hemorrhage into the tumor.
hyperemia as a therapeutic agent was described by Bier and is of two kinds, active and passive.
According to the doctrine, lesions are always accompanied in nature by hyperemia, “the most widespread of auto-curative agents.”
A morbid condition characterized by hyperemia, pain, heat, swelling and disordered function.
The passive, venous or obstructive form of hyperemia is absolutely contraindicated in this class of ulcers.
Certainly attention to any part of the skin surface causes a tingling and hyperemia may follow.
Above or over, hyperemia, the presence of an increased or overamount of blood in a part.
hyperemia, by the use of a rubber bandage above the joint, or by baking of the joint, is of great value.
hyperemia hy·per·e·mi·a (hī'pə-rē'mē-ə)
An increase in the quantity of blood flow to a body part; engorgement.