The general practise of physick. Containing all inward and outward parts of the body, with…
The general practise of physick. Containing all inward and outward parts of the body, with all the accidents and infirmities that are incident unto them, even from the crown of the head to the sole of the foot. Also by what means (with the help of God) they may be remedied: very meet and profitable, not onely for all physitians, chirurgions, apothecaries, and midwives, but for all other estates whatsoever; the like whereof as yet in English hath not been published. Compiled and written by the most famous and learned doctor Christopher Wirtzung, in the Germane tongue, and now translated into English in divers places corrected, and with many additions illustrated and augmented. By Jacob Mosan Germane, doctor in the same faculty.
London : printed for J[ohn]. L[egate]. Henry Hood, Abel Roper, and Richard Tomlins, and are to be sold at their shops in Fleetstreet, and at the Sun and Bible in Pie-Corner, 1654.
'Ein newes Artzney Buch Darinn fast alle euserliche und innerliche Glieder deß menschlichen Leibs mit jhrer gestalt eigenschafft und würkung beschriben werden'
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