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|A46939||Enchiridion medicum, or, A manual of physick being a compendium of the whole art, in three parts ... : wherein is briefly shewed 1. the names, 2. the derivation, 3. the causes, 4. the signs, 5. the prognosticks, and 6. a rational method of cure ... / by Robert Johnson, Med. professor.||Johnson, Robert, b. 1640?||1684 (1684)||Wing J816; ESTC R440||137,158||342||View Text|
|A29837||A compleat treatise of preternatural tumours both general and particular as they appear in the human body from head to foot : to which also are added many excellent and modern historical observations concluding most chapters in the whole discourse / collected from the learned labours both of ancient and modern physicians and chirurgions, composed and digested into this new method by the care and industry of John Brown.||Browne, John, 1642-ca. 1700.||1678 (1678)||Wing B5125; ESTC R231817||164,435||436||View Text|
|A66518||Two discourses concerning the soul of brutes which is that of the vital and sensitive of man. The first is physiological, shewing the nature, parts, powers, and affections of the same. The other is pathological, which unfolds the diseases which affect it and its primary seat; to wit, the brain and nervous stock, and treats of their cures: with copper cuts. By Thomas Willis doctor in physick, professor of natural philosophy in Oxford, and also one of the Royal Society, and of the renowned college of physicians in London. Englished by S. Pordage, student in physick.||Willis, Thomas, 1621-1675.; Pordage, Samuel, 1633-1691?||1683 (1683)||Wing W2856; ESTC R219572||452,754||252||View Text|
|A35961||The anatomy of human bodies, comprehending the most modern discoveries and curiosities in that art to which is added a particular treatise of the small-pox & measles : together with several practical observations and experienced cures ... / written in Latin by Ijsbrand de Diemerbroeck ... ; translated from the last and most correct and full edition of the same, by William Salmon ...; Anatome corporis humani. English||Diemerbroeck, Ysbrand van, 1609-1674.; Salmon, William, 1644-1713.||1694 (1694)||Wing D1416; ESTC R9762||1,289,481||944||View Text|
|A34010||A systeme of anatomy, treating of the body of man, beasts, birds, fish, insects, and plants illustrated with many schemes, consisting of variety of elegant figures, drawn from the life, and engraven in seventy four folio copper-plates. And after every part of man's body hath been anatomically described, its diseases, cases, and cures are concisely exhibited. The first volume containing the parts of the lowest apartiments of the body of man and other animals, etc. / by Samuel Collins ...||Collins, Samuel, 1619-1670.||1685 (1685)||Wing C5387; ESTC R32546||1,820,939||1,622||View Text|