A treatise of the first part of chirurgerie, called by mee Synthetik⁻e, the part…
A treatise of the first part of chirurgerie, called by mee Synthetik⁻e, the part which teacheth the reunition of the parts of the bodie disjoyned. Containing the methodical doctrine of wounds: delivered in lectures in the Barber-Chirurgeons Hall, upon Tuesdayes, appointed for these exercises, and the keeping of their courts. By Alexander Read, Doctor of Physick, a brother of the same company, and one of the fellowes of the Physitians College of the famous citie London.
London : Printed by John Haviland for Francis Constable, and are to be sold at his shop under Saint Martins Church neare Ludgate, 1638.
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