CAP. CXXIV. De Maxillae inferioris Immobilitate.
MAxillae inferioris Immobilitas, The Immo∣bility, or the unmoveableness of the Ne∣ther jaw-bone happeneth either by reason of some luxation (when it is put out of joynt) or from a Coalition, or growing together of the said Jaw-bone with the head; or else by reason of a Distillation derived from the crown of the head, which floweth into the joynt there∣of at the root of the ear, there following upon the same a pain, and likewise a hard and con∣spicuous swelling: And hitherto appertaineth scorbutical rigidness and stiffness of the Jaw-bones.
Curatio pendet à caussarum remotione, à quibus hoc vitium provenit. Vide etiam suprae, capi∣te 109. De oris Apertione & Hiatu.