A physical nosonomy: or, A new and true description of the law of God (called…
A physical nosonomy: or, A new and true description of the law of God (called nature) in the body of man: confuting by manifest and manifold experiences of many learned men, as well as the authors, the rules and methods concerning sicknesses and changes in mans body, delivered by the antient physicians, and moderns that followed them: shevving also what the order and method of nature is, as well as what it is not: with a full and fair examination of their causes, inwardly detected, by manifold dissections; and outwardly, by symptoms, and philosophical demonstrations: with their differences, and prognosticks, methods and medicines, curing them; verified by experience and reason. Set forth, I. In a monitory proæmium; wherein be reasons for, and experiences in the stars, influencing upon, and altering our bodies ... IV. In a treatise of dropsies. Also, in the second part of this book is a practice of physick, ... By William Drage, Med. & Philos. at Hitchin in Hartfordshire.
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