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Caesaris Magati Scandianensis in almo Ferrariensi gymnasio publici medicinae professoris, De rara medicatione vulnerum seu de vulneribus raro tractandis, libri duo. : In quibus nova traditur methodus, qua felicissime, ac citius quam alio quouis modo sanantur vulnera. Quaecunque praeterea ad veram, & perfectam eorum curationem attinent, diligenter excutiuntur: permulta[que] explicantur Galeni, & Hippocratis loca eo spectantia. Haec autem duplici quaestione. I. Vtrum melius sit vulnera quotidie soluere, ac procurare, an pluribus interjectis diebus. II. Vtrum turundarum, & penicillorum usus in curatione vulnerum sit necessarius. Novum argumentum est, a nullo hactenus attentatum, sed pulcherrimum, & vulnera tractantibus maxime fructuosum. / Accessit huic editioni Ioannis Baptistae Magati Tractatus, quo rara vulnerum curatio defenditur contra Sennertum. Cum triplici indice capitum, quaestionum, & rerum omnium memorabilium.

  • Magati, Cesare, 1579-1647.
Date
M. DC. LXXVI. [1676]
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Also known as

De rara medicatione vulnerum

Publication/Creation

Venetiis : Apud Io: Iacobum Hertz, M. DC. LXXVI. [1676]

Physical description

2 volumes in 1 ; folio (34 cm)

Notes

Second part has title page: De rara medicatione vulnerum, seu de vulneribus raro tractandis liber secundus, in quo nova traditur methodus, ad vulnera particularia totius corporis cito, tute, & iucunde persananda, cui iuncta est appendix de vulneribus tormento bellico inflictis. ... Opus hoc exit ex auctoris Schedis multo auctius, & emendatius.
Pt. 1: [8], 178, [18] p. ; pt. 2: [4], 172, [14] p.
First published 1616.
Copy 1. Supplier/Donor: Med. Soc. Lond. Bound in 17th century panel stamped calf, rebacked. Bookplate of John Lewis Petit. This book was formerly part of the collection of the Medical Society of London, which was deposited for safekeeping in the Wellcome Library in 1964. It was eventually purchased by the Wellcome Trust in 1984, with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and other charities.

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  • Latin



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