|Author:||Beddevole, Dominique, d. ca. 1692.|
|Title:||Essayes of anatomy in which the construction of the organs and their mechanical operations are clearly explained according to the new hypotheses / by ******, Dr. in Medicine, written originally in French.|
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Essayes of anatomy in which the construction of the organs and their mechanical operations are clearly explained according to the new hypotheses / by ******, Dr. in Medicine, written originally in French.
Beddevole, Dominique, d. ca. 1692., Scougall, J.
Edinburgh: Printed by George Mosman ..., 1691.
|Alternate titles:||Essais d'anatomie. English|
Translation of: Essais d'anatomie.
Attributed to Dominique Beddevole. Cf. BM.
Translated by J. Scougall.
Reproduction of original in University of Chicago Library.
Anatomy, Human -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE The VISCOUNT of TARBET.
The STATIONERS ADVERTISMENT TO THE READER.
ESSAYS OF ANATOMY.
The first Discourse. Of the Elements of a Living Body.
SECT. I. Of the first Elements.
SECT. II. Of Acids.
SECT. III. Of Alcalis.
SECT. IV. Of the mixture of Acids with Alcalis.
SECT. V. Of Sulphurs.
SECT. VI. Of the mixture of Sulphurs with Acids and Alcalis.
SECT. VII. Of Phlegme.
SECT. VIII. Of the mixture of Phlegme with Acids, Alcalies, and Sulphurs.
SECT. IX. Of Earth.
SECT. X. Of the mixture of the Earth with the other Elements.
SECT. XI. Of the manner of knowing the Elements which enter into the Composition of par∣ticular Bodies.
The second Discourse. Of the Blood.
The third Discourse. Of the Glandules.
The Fourth Discourse. Of the Nerves.
The fifth Discourse. Of the Muscles.
The sixth Discourse. Of the Cartilages, Bones and Membranes.
The seventh Discourse. Of the Lymphatick Vessels, and of the Lympha.
The eight Discourse. Of the Mouth.
The Ninth Discourse. Of the Oesophagus.
The tenth Discourse. Of the Stomach, and of Chylification.
The Eleventh Discourse. Of the Intestines.
The twelfth Discourse. Of the Bile and of the Liver.
The Thirteenth Discourse. Of the Changes which the Chyle receives in the Intestines.
The fourteenth Discourse. Of the Mesentery, the Lacteal Veins, Pecquets Reservatory, and the Thora∣cick Conduit.
The fifteenth Discourse. Of the Heart.
The Sixteenth Discourse. Of the Lungs.
The seventeenth Discourse. Of the Breast.
The eighteenth Discourse. Of the Respiration.
The ninteenth Discourse. Of the Spleen.
The Twentieth Discourse. Of the Reins, and the Ʋreters.
The twentieth and first Discourse. Of the Bladder, and of the Ʋrine.