2 edition of treatise on struma or scrofula found in the catalog.
treatise on struma or scrofula
White, Thomas surgeon
|Statement||By Thomas White ...|
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|Pagination||xvi, 110 p.|
|Number of Pages||110|
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Get this from a library. A treatise on the struma or scrofula: commonly called the King's evil ; in which the common opinion of its being a hereditary disease is proved to be erroneous ; more rational causes are assigned ; and a successful method of treatment is recommended. By Thomas White, Surgeon to the London-Dispensary.
[Thomas White]. A right frutefull and approoued treatise, for the artificiall cure of that malady called in Latin Struma, and in English, the evill, cured by kinges and queenes of England: Very necessary for all young practizers of chyrurgery.
Written by William Clowes, one of her Maiesties chyrurgions, in the yeare of our Lord. A treatise on the struma or scrofula, commonly called the King's evil; in which the common opinion of its being a hereditary disease is proved to be causes are assigned The second edition.: ISBN ().
Author(s): White,Thomas, Title(s): A treatise on the struma or scrofula, commonly called the King's evil: in which the common opinion of its being a hereditary disease is proved to be erroneous ; more rational causes are assigned ; and a successful method of.
Author(s): White,Thomas, Title(s): A treatise on the struma, or scrofula, commonly called the King's evil: in which the common opinion of its being a hereditary disease is proved to be erroneous / by Thomas White Edition: The third edition.
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“Scrofula,” from Latin “scrofa” meaning “sow,” and the synonymous “struma” and “escrouelles” derive from the common appearance of the patient’s enlarged neck.
“Morbus regius,” “mal de roi,” and “King’s evil,” epithets for the condition, reflect the common perception of its susceptibility to royal intervention. Let’s start with the youngest of the books, the explanatorily titled: A treatise on struma or scrofula, commonly called the king’s evil: in which the impropriety of considering it as an hereditary disease is pointed out; more rational causes are assigned; and a successful method of treatment is recommended (STORE ).
A treatise on Swaim's panacea: being a recent discovery for the cure of scrofula, or king's evil, mercurial disease, deep-seated syphilis, rheumatism and all disorders arising from a contaminated or impure state of the blood: with cases illustrating its success.
“The Most Ingenious Book that I Ever Read in My Life” – Samuel Pepys was published, it was hailed as the first treatise on surgery to reflect the newfound rationalism of the 17th Century. While older authors had provided tuberculosis of the lymph glands of the neck was very common and was known variously as scrofula, struma, and.
The last observation is recalled by Prof. Schmidt's12 mention of a [quot]Haardisharmonie[quot] (dark brown head hair along with a fox-red moustache, the red tint of which may not show at first) as strongly indicative of predisposition to tubercle, especially tuberculous peritonitis; and the two preceding ones by White's,13 that red haired Author: W.C.
Rivers. 1- author of "The Book of Matthew: A Macabre Novel of Suspense" 2- ( - ) author of "Institutionum peripateticarum ad mentem summi viri clarissimíque". An English Roman Catholic priest, he also wrote as Thomas Anglus, Thomas Albius, Thomas Blacklow, Thomas Blacloe. Henry IV of France touching for scrofula, by Pierre Firens Article in Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 58(1) February with 32 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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Written by Richard Wiseman, sergeant-surgeon to King Charles II of England, ‘A Treatise on the King’s-Evil’ within his magnum opus Severall Chirurgicall Treatises (), acts as a proto-case series which explores the treatment and cure of 91 patients with the King’s-Evil. Working within the confines of the English monarch’s ability to cure the disease with their miraculous (or Author: Adam S Komorowski, Sang Ik Song.Full text of "A treatise on the diseases of the eye" See other formats.
Similarly, in Giles Parsons’ short pamphlet A little book of rare receipts for the cure of several distempers White, T,A treatise on the struma or scrofula (London: Printed for J.
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