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The experienced chirurgion. Deliver'd under the following Heads, I. Preternatural Tumors and Ulcers. II. Insuper Affects. III. Wounds and Contusions. IV. Fractures of the Skull. V. Luxations and Sprains. VI. Fractures of the Limbs and other Bones, Wherein are occasionally handled, The Chirurgical Part in the Stone, the Gout, the Rhumatism, the Dropsie, the Scurvey, the King's Evil, the confirmed Itch, the Leprosie, and the French Pox. With an Anatomical Description of the Parts treated of ; besides Some Chirurgical Operations never before Printed. As in the Vermis Africanus, Concussio Cerebri, &c. To which are added, the best approv'd remedies now in use for most distempers incident to Humane Bodies, by Sea or Land. Collected from Dr. Fuller's Pharmacopoeia extemporanea, and others of the best modern authors. By a Dr. of Physick, Very necessary for all Chirurgions and other Persons, that have not the Conveniency of a Physician's Advice / by John Moyle.

  • Moyle, John, -1714.
Date
1703
  • Books

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London : W. Davis, and R. Gibson, 1703.

Physical description

4 unnumbered leaves, 320 pages, 4 unnumbered leaves ; (12mo)

References note

ESTC T136118

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  • English


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