Head lines


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Head lines

(hed),
bands of cutaneous hyperesthesia associated with acute or chronic inflammation of the viscera.

Head lines

, Head zones (hed līnz, zōnz)
Bands of cutaneous hyperesthesia associated with acute or chronic inflammation of the viscera.
Synonym(s): Head areas.

Head,

Sir Henry, English neurologist, 1861-1940.
Head areas - areas of skin exhibiting reflex hyperesthesia and hyperalgesia due to visceral disease.
Head lines - bands of cutaneous hyperesthesia associated with acute or chronic inflammation of the viscera. Synonym(s): Head zones; tender lines; tender zones
Head zones - Synonym(s): Head lines
References in classic literature ?
All the head lines of railroads in the States were joined by flying rails; and on all the platforms, lined with the same flags, and decorated with the same ornaments, were tables laid and all served alike.
Wilson began to study Luigi's palm, tracing life lines, heart lines, head lines, and so on, and noting carefully their relations with the cobweb of finer and more delicate marks and lines that enmeshed them on all sides; he felt of the fleshy cushion at the base of the thumb and noted its shape; he felt of the fleshy side of the hand between the wrist and the base of the little finger and noted its shape also; he painstakingly examined the fingers, observing their form, proportions, and natural manner of disposing themselves when in repose.
A head line separate from the life line indicates that you're an independent thinker.
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