hippocratic nail n.
The coarse curved nail of a clubbed finger.
noun 1. an oath embodying the duties and obligations of physicians, usually taken by those about to enter upon the practice of medicine. /ˌhɪpəʊˈkrætɪk/ noun 1. an oath taken by a doctor to observe a code of medical ethics supposedly derived from that of Hippocrates Hippocratic Oath n. An oath of ethical professional behavior sworn […]
- Hippocratic succussion sound
hippocratic succussion sound hippocratic suc·cus·sion sound (sə-kŭsh’ən) n. A splashing sound heard on auscultation in a patient with hydropneumothorax or pyopneumothorax.
[hip-uh-kreen, hip-uh-kree-nee] /ˈhɪp əˌkrin, ˌhɪp əˈkri ni/ noun 1. a spring on Mount Helicon sacred to the Muses and regarded as a source of poetic inspiration. /ˈhɪpəʊˌkriːn; ˌhɪpəʊˈkriːnɪ/ noun 1. a spring on Mount Helicon in Greece, said to engender poetic inspiration fount on Mount Helicon, sacred to the Muses, from Greek Hippokrene, literally “horse’s […]
[hip-uh-drohm] /ˈhɪp əˌdroʊm/ noun 1. an arena or structure for equestrian and other spectacles. 2. (in ancient Greece and Rome) an oval track for horse races and chariot races. /ˈhɪpəˌdrəʊm/ noun 1. a music hall, variety theatre, or circus 2. (in ancient Greece or Rome) an open-air course for horse and chariot races n. 1580s, […]