Collections of acute diseases, in five parts. I. Of the small pox and measles. II…
Collections of acute diseases, in five parts. I. Of the small pox and measles. II. Of the plague and pestilential fevers. III. Of continual fevers. IV. Of agues, a pleurisy, peripneumonia, quinsey, and the cholera morbus. V. And last, of the bloody-flux, miscarriage, of acute diseases of women with child, a rheumatism, bleeding at nose, apoplexy, lethargy, and of several other diseases. By J. Pechey, M.A. of the College of Physicians in London.
London : printed by J. R. and are to be sold by Henry Bonwicke, at the Red Lyon in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, 1691.