|Author:||Read, Alexander, 1586?-1641.|
|Title:||The chirurgicall lectures of tumors and vlcers. Delivered on Tusedayes appointed for these exercises, and keeping of their courts in the Chirurgeans Hall these three yeeres last past, viz. 1632, 1633, and 1634. By Alexander Read Doctor of Physick, and one of the fellowes of the Physitians College of London.|
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The chirurgicall lectures of tumors and vlcers. Delivered on Tusedayes appointed for these exercises, and keeping of their courts in the Chirurgeans Hall these three yeeres last past, viz. 1632, 1633, and 1634. By Alexander Read Doctor of Physick, and one of the fellowes of the Physitians College of London.
Read, Alexander, 1586?-1641.
London: Printed by I[ohn] H[aviland] for Francis Constable and E[dwin] B[ush] and are to be sold at the signe of the Crane in Pauls Churchyard, 1635.
|Alternate titles:||Chirurgicall lectures of tumors and ulcers Chirurgicall lectures of tumors and ulcers.|
Haviland's and Bush's names from STC.
The first leaf and the last leaf are blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Tumors -- Early works to 1800.
Ulcers -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE AND his much esteemed Lord, THOMAS Lord WINDSOR, Baron of Bradenham, and one of the Knights of the Noble order of the Bath, ALEXANDER READ Doctor of Physick wisheth health, and all happinesse.
To my courteous Reader.
The contents of the Treatise of Tumors.
A TREATISE OF TVMORS. The first Treatise.
LECT. I. Of the definition and parts of Chirurgerie.
LECT. II. The generall doctrine of Tumors.
LECT. III. Of the generall Indications of curing Tumors.
LECT. IIII. Of the foure times of a Tumor, and the Indications taken from them.
LECT. V. Of curing of a Tumor come to suppuration.
LECT. VI. Of a Phlegmon.
LECT. VII. Of an Erysipelas.
LECT. VIII. Of an Oedema.
LECT. IX. Of a Schyrrus.
LECT. X. Of aqueous Tumor.
LECT. XI. Of a flatulent Tumor.
A Table of the Treatise of Vlcers.
A TREATISE OF ULCERS. The second Treatise.
LECT. I. Wherein the Authors, and Definition of Vlcers are set downe.
LECT. II. Of the causes of ulcers.
LECT. III. Of the generall differences and signes of ulcers.
LECT. IV. Of the generall prognisticks of Ʋleers.
LECT. V. Of the generall curation of ulcers and their times.
LECT. VI. Of the medicaments be fitting ulcers in generall, and first of repelling medicaments.
The Simples repelling are these that follow.
The compound medicaments that repell are these.
Of Suppuratives or Digestives.
The Simples are these, which are to be temperately warme and moist.
The Simples that mumdifie are these.
Compound mudifying medicament.
The Simples are these.
The Compound are these.
Of skinning medicaments.
The Simple are these.
Skinning Compound medicaments.
LECT. VII. Of the curing of a plaine and hollow ulcor, being Simple.
LECT. VIII. Of the Compound, but milder ulcers, in generall
LECT. IX. Of the Differences of the milder sort of compound ulcers, and first of a sinewous ulcer without any callositie.
LECT. X. Of the palliative cure of a sinuous ulcer with callositie in generall.
LECT. XI. Of the true curation of Fistula's in generall.
LECT. XII. Of Fistula lachrymalis.
LECT. XIII. Of Fistula's of the Brest.
LECT. XIV. Of Fistula's of the belly and joynts.
LECT. XV. Of Herpes Exedens.
LECT. XVI. Of Phagedena end Nome.
LECT. XVII. Of a Cancer and a cancerous ulcer.
LECT. XVIII. Of the Leprosie and a leprous ulcer.
LECT. XIX. Of the abating of superfluous flesh.
LECT. XX. Of the scaling of corrupt bones.
LECT. XXI. Of a discoloured and varicous Ʋlcer.
LECT. XXII. Of a verminous and lowsie ulcer.
LECT. XXIII. Of Ʋlcers of the Hairie Scalp.
LECT. XXV. Of the rest of the ulcers of the eyes.
LECT. XXVI. Of Ozaena.
LECT. XXVII. Of the ulcers of the mouth.
Lect. XXVIII. Of the ulcers of the lungs.
Lect. XXIX. Of the ulers of the backe, the abdomen, and joynts.