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Author: Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675.
Title: The idea of practical physick in twelve books ... / written in Latin by John Johnston ... ; and Englished by Nich. Culpeper, Gent. ... and W.R.
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Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675., Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654., W. R.

London: Printed by Peter Cole ..., 1657.
Alternate titles: Idea universal medicinae practicae libris XII absoluta. English
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Translation of: Idea universal medicinae practicae libris XII absoluta.
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Medicine -- 15th-18th centuries.
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Contents
docket title
title page
The Printer to the Reader.
The Names of Books printed by Peter Cole, Printer and Book-seller of London: and are to be sold at his Shop, at the sign of the Printing-press in Cornhil, neer the Royal Exchange.
THE Authors Preface to the Reader.
THE CONTENTS OF ALL THE TWELVE BOOKS OF THE Idea of Practical Physick.
Mris. Culpepers Information, Vindication, and Testimony, concerning her Husbands Books to be Published after his Death.
THE FIRST BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title I. Of things not Natural, in General.
Chap. I. Touching things not Natural, that are assumed, or taken into the Body.
Article, I. Of the Aire.
Article, 2. Of Meat.
Point. 1. Of the differences of Meats.
Point, 2. Of the sorts or kinds of Meats.
Point, 3. Of Sauces, Bread, and the time of Eating.
Article. 3. Of Drink.
Chap. 2. Of non-natural things done by a Man.
Chap: 3. Of Non-Natural things Externally used.
Chap. 4. Of Non-Natural things which are voided and re∣tained.
Title, II. Of the Me∣thod of preserving Health.
Chap. I. Of preservation of Health in general.
Chap. 2. Of preservation of Health, in Special; and first of the good Habit.
Article, 1. Of preserving the Health of wel habited persons.
Point, 1. Of preserving the Health of In∣fants, Children and youths.
Point, 2. Of preserving the Health of mid∣dle-aged persons.
Point. 3. Of Preserving the healths of old People.
Article, II. Of Preserving the Health of Intemperate Persons.
THE SECOND BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title, I. Of a Disease in general.
Chap. 1. Of the Nature of a Disease.
Chap. 2. Of the Diagnostick Signs of a Disease.
Chap. 3. Of the Diseases Event, Or Issue.
Title, II. Of The Cau∣ses of Diseases.
Chap. 1. Of the internal Causes in general.
Chap. 2. Of the Internal Causes of Diseases in special.
Article, I. Touching Humors.
Point, 1. Concerning Humor's offending in Quantity, or a Plethora so called.
Point, 2. Of Humors offending in Qua∣lity, or Cacochymia so called.
Point. 3. Of Humors offending, in their Motion, Place, and whole Substance.
Article. II. Of Winds.
Article. III. Of things totally against Nature.
Title III. Of Symptomes.
THE THIRD BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title, I. Of Medica∣ments in General.
Title, II. Of the sorts of Medicaments and their Differences.
Chap. I. Of simple Medica∣ments.
Article, 1. Of such Medicaments as are dug out of the Earth.
Article, II. Of Vegitable Medicaments.
Article, 3 Of animal Medicaments.
Article. IV. Of Medicines taken from the Body of Man, or the little World.
Article. II. Of Bathes
Chap. 3. Of Compound artificial Medicaments in General.
Chap. 4. Of Compound artifici∣al Medicnies in Special.
Article, I. Of Internal Medicaments.
Point, I. Of internal fluid Medica∣ments.
Point, 2. Of internal solid Me∣dicaments.
Point III. Of internal medicaments of a middle Consistence.
Article, 2. Of external Medicaments.
Point, 1. Of external fluid Medicaments.
Point, 2. Of external solid Medica∣ments.
Point, 3. Of external medicaments of a middle consistence.
Point, 4. Of external Indifferent Medi∣caments.
Chap. 5. Of Medicaments de∣nominated from their Facultis.
Article, I. Of altering Medicaments.
Point, 1. Of bot Medicaments.
Point II. Of cold Medicaments
Point, III. Of moistining Medicaments.
Point, IV. Of drie Medicaments.
Point, V. Of Medicaments, digestive, Emollient, Hardening and Loosening.
Point V. Of Medicaments which Rari∣fie, condense, stop, and open the mouths of the Vessels.
Point VII. Of Attenuating, Aperient, and incrassating Medicaments.
Point, VIII. Of Obstructive, And Deobstructive Medicaments.
Point, VIII. Of Anodynes, and Narco∣ticks.
Article. 2. Of Medicaments which cause motion.
Article, 3. Of Medicaments which ge∣nerate somewhat.
Point, 1. Of Ripeners, Quittor-breeders, and Flesh restorers.
Point 2. Of Sodderers, and Scar-bringers.
Point, III. Of Milke and Seed-bree∣ders.
Article, IV. Of corrupting. Medica∣ments.
Article. V. Of Medicaments which take somewhat away.
Point. 1. Of Purgeing Medicaments.
Point 2. Of Vomitories and Diureticks.
Point 3. Of Hydroticks and Diaphore∣ticks.
Point 4. Of Medicaments which purge the Brain.
Point, V. Of Expectorators.
Chap. 6. Of Medicaments denomi∣nated from the parts of the Body.
Article. 1. Of Cephalik Medicaments.
Point. 1. Of Cephalick Medicaments, which are hot.
Point. 2. Of cooleing Cephalick Medica∣ments.
Article, 2. Of Ophthalmick Medica∣ments.
Article, 3. Of Chest Medicaments.
Point, 1. Of Heating Brest Medicaments.
Point, 2. Of cooling Chest-medicaments.
Article, 4. Of Cardiac or Heart-Medicines.
Point. 1. Of Heating Heart-Medicines.
Point, 2. Of cooleing Heart-medicaments.
Article 5. Of Stomach Medicaments.
Point 1. Of hot Stomach Medicaments.
Point 2. Of Stomach Cooling Midica∣ments.
Article, 6. Of Epatick Medicaments.
Point. 1. Of hot Liver Medicaments.
Article 7, Of Splenetick Medicaments
Point 1. Of hot Splenetick Medicaments.
Point 2. Of cooling Stomach-medica∣ments.
Article, 6. Of Liver-medicaments.
Point, I. Of Heating Liver medicaments.
Point, 2. Of Liver-coolers.
Article, 7. Of Splenetick Medicaments.
Point, 1. Of warming spleen medica∣ments.
Point, 3. Of cooling Spleen-Medicaments
Article, 8. Of Nephritick Medicaments.
Point, 1. Of heating Nephriticks, or kid∣ny remedies.
Point, 2. Of cooling Nephriticks.
Article, IX. Of Ʋterine Medicaments.
Point, I. Of heating Ʋterine or Womb-Medicaments.
Point, 2, Of wombe-cooling Medica∣ments.
Chap. 7. Of vegetable Medi∣caments, referred to the seven Planets.
THE FOURTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title, I. Of the Me∣thod of Healing in Gene∣ral.
Title, II. Of the Method of healing in special.
Chap. 1. Of the Additional Method.
Chap. II. Of the Abstractive Method in general.
Chap. 3. Of the abstractive Me∣thod in Special, and first of the taking away of Causes.
Article, I. Of the taking away of Causes which offend in Quantity.
Article, 1. Of the Removal of Causes which offend in the Quality.
Point, 1. Of alteration,
Point, 2. Of Purgation.
Point, III. Of provocation of Ʋrine, Vo∣miting, and Sweating.
Article, 3. Of the Removal of Causes of∣fending in Motion.
Point, 1. Of Revulsion and Repulsion.
Point 2. Of Derivation and Intercep∣tion.
Article, 4. Of the Removal of Causes of∣fending in place.
Point, 1. Of Softening and Discussing.
Point, 2. Of Suppuration and Attra∣ction.
Article, 5. Of Expulsion of Wind, cal'd Carmination.
THE FIFTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title, I. Of the Diseases of Similar parts and their Cure.
Chap. 1. Of the Method of know∣ing and curing distempers with∣out matter.
Chap. 2. Of the diseases of Di∣stemper with Matter.
Chap. 3. Of Diseases springing from Hidden qualities.
Title, II. Of organical Diseases.
Chap. 1. Of Diseases of Conformation.
Article, 1. Of diseases of Figure.
Article, 2. Of Disease of the Cavities.
Point, I. Of Diseases of the Cavities con∣sisting in Excess.
Point, 2. Of Diseases of the Cavities in Defect.
Article, 3. Touching Diseases of the Sur∣face.
Chap. 2. Of Diseases of Number.
Chap. 3. Of Diseases of Mag∣nitude.
Article, 1. Of Tumors.
Point, 1. Of an Imposthume.
Point, 2. Of the Hole in an Imposthume.
Article, 2, Of diseases consisting in Mag∣nitude, diminished.
Chap. 6. Diseases in Situati∣on.
Article. 1. Of Luxation.
Title, 4. Of Diseases of Ʋnity dissolved.
Chap. 1. Of Ʋlcers.
Chap. 2. Of Wounds.
Chap. 3. Of Fractures.
Title, II. Touching Symp∣toms and their Removal.
A single Chapter. Of Pain in general.
THE SIXTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK. Treating of External Diseases.
Title I. Of the Several sorts of Tumors.
Chap. 1. Of Swellings or Tumors Caused by Blood.
Article, I. Touching over-great Corpu∣lency.
Article, II. Of an Inflamation.
Article, III. Of the Bubo, or Inflamation so called.
Article, IIII. Of the Phygetlon, Phyma, Furunculus, or Felon Tumor so called.
Article, V. Of the Tumer Parotis.
Article, VI. Of Nail-sores, Kibes and Chilblaines.
Article, VII. Of an Ecchymoma.
Article, VIII. Of a Carbuncle.
Chap. 2. Of Tumors springing from Choller.
Article, 1. Of an Erysipelas or Tumor so called.
Article, II. Of Herpes, or the Shingles.
Chap. 3. Of Tumors springing from Flegm.
Article, I. Of the Tumor cald Oedema.
Chap. 4. Of Tumors procee∣ding from the Melancholick Hu∣mor.
Article, I. Of the Tumor called Scirrhus.
Article, II. Of a Cancer.
Chap. 5. Of Tumors springing from Wheyish, Salt and Cholerick Humors mingled together.
Article. I. Of Scabbyness.
Article, II. Of the Phlyctaenae, Sudamina, Sirones and Vari, Tumor so called.
Article, III. Of the Epinyctides, Alphus, and Leuce.
Article, IIII. Of the Impetigo and Gutta Rosacea.
Chap. VI. Of Tumors wherein the Humor is included in a pro∣per Membrane.
Chap. VII. Of Tumors arising from a solid Substance.
Chap. VIII. Of Tumors cau∣sed by solid parts falling from their due Situation.
Article, I. Of Aneurisma, Varix, and Elephantiasis by the Arabians so called.
Chap. IX. Of Malignant Tu∣mors.
A single Article. Of the Elephantiasis.
Title, II. Of Diseases of the Skin.
Chap. 1: Of Lentigines, Ephe∣lides, Naevi-materni, Infantum Maculae.
Chap. 2. Of the Maculae He∣paticae, Itch, and bad smels.
Title, III. Of the Dis∣eases incident to the Hair.
Chap. 1. Of falling off of the Hair.
Chap. 2. Of the Porriga, and Plica.
Title, IIII. Of Ʋlcers in Particular.
Chap. I. Of the Gangraena.
Chap. 2. Of the Sphacelus.
Chap. 3. Of Burnings.
Title, V. Of Luxations in Particular.
Chap. 1. Of Luxations of the Jaw-bone, the Clavicula and the Vertebrae.
Chap. 2. Of Luxation of the Humerus, Cubitus, Radius, and the Fingers.
Chap III. Of Luxations of the Thigh, Knee, and Ankle.
Title VI Of Fractures in Specie.
Chap. 1. Of the more usual Frac∣tures of the Bodies.
Chap. 2. Of less Frequent Frac∣tures.
THE SEVENTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title, I. Of Feavers in General.
Title, II. Of Ʋnputrid Feavers.
Chap. 1 Of the Feaver Ephe∣mera.
Chap. 2. Of the Feaver Sino∣cha Simplex.
Title, III. Of Putrid Feavers in General.
Chap. 1. Of Continent putrid Feavers.
Article, I. Of the Synochus Putrida.
Chap. 2. Of a continual Periodick Feaver in general.
Article, I. Of a Primary Continual Feaver.
Point 1. Of a Continual Tertian Feaver
Point. 2. Of a Continual quotidian, or every day Feaver.
Point, 3. Of a continual Quartan Fea∣ver.
Article, 2. Of a continual Symptomatick Feaver.
Chap. 3. Of an intermitting Feaver or Ague in general.
Article. I. Of a tertian Intermitting feaver, or tertian Ague.
Article. II. Of a Quotidian Intermit∣tent.
Article. III. Of an intermitting Feaver or Quartan Ague.
Article, VI. Of compounded Feavers, Particularly the Semitertian.
Title, IV. Of the Hectick Feaver.
Title, V. Of Malignant Feavers.
Chap. 1. Of Malignant Feavers in General.
Chap. 1. Of the several sorts of Malignant Feavers.
Article, I. Of the smal Pocks.
Article. II. Of the measels and such like Breakings forth.
Article. III. Of the spotted Feaver.
Article, IV. Of the Hungarian Disease.
Article, V. Of the Sweating sickness, the lignant Feaver with Cramping, that with the Cough and Cata.
Title, VI. Of Pestilential Feavers.
A Single Chapter, Of the Pe∣stilence.
THE EIGHTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title, I. Of the Diseases of the Brain.
Chap. 1. Of the Distemper of the Brain without Matter.
Chap. 2. Of the Distemper of the Brain with Matter.
Chap. 3. Of the straintness or narrow∣ness of the passages of the Brain.
Chap. 4. Of the Commotion of the Brain.
Chap. 5. Of the Inflamation of the Brain.
Chap. 6. Of the Tumor Hy∣drocephalus in the Head.
Chap. 7. Of the Contusion, or Bruising of the Head.
Chap 8. Of the Wounds of the Head.
Article, I. Of the Wound of the Skin, and the Pericranium.
Article. II. Of the wound or fracture of the Cranium or skul.
Article, III. Of the Fracture of the Skul, to∣gether with the hurting of the Me∣ninges.
Title, II. Of the Symp∣tomes of the Brain.
Chap. I. Of the Symptomes of the External Senses.
A Single Article, Of the distemper Cepha∣lalgia, Or, the pain of the Head so cal∣led.
Chap. 2. Touching the Symptomes of the Common sense.
Article, I. Of over great and extraordi∣nary watchings.
Article, II. Of the sleepy and drowsie Coma, or Cataphora.
Chap. 3, Of the Symptomes of the Imagination.
A Single Article, of the Vertigo, or turning round of the Head.
Chap. 4. Of the Symptomes of the Imagination and the Ratio∣cination, when they are hurt.
Article, I. Of the hurt of the Memory.
Article. II. Delirium, or dotage.
Article, III. Of a Phrensie.
Article, IV. Of Melancholly.
Article. V. Of madness.
Article. VI. Of Rabies, or raging Mad∣ness.
Chap. 5. Of the Symptomes of more of the Internal senses.
Article, I. Of the Waking Coma.
Article, II. Of a Lethargy.
Chap. 6. Of the Symptomes of the Animal Motion.
Article, I. Of Lassitude, or Litherness.
Article, II. Of Restlesness, or Ʋnquiet∣ness.
Article, III. Of Rigor, or an Extream Stifness.
Article, IV. Of Tremor, or Trem∣bling.
Article, V. Of the Palsie.
Article. VI. Of a spasm, or convulsion.
Chap 7. Of those Symptomes that hurt the Internal senses, the Reason and Motion, together with the External Senses.
Article, I. Of Incubus, or the Night-Hag, and Catalepsis.
Article, II. Of the Epilepsie, or falling sickness.
Article, III. Of Carus.
Article, IV. Of the Apoplexy.
Chap. 8. Of the Symptomes of the Excrements of the Head.
A Single Article, Of a Catarrh.
Title, III. Of the Dis∣eases of the Eyes.
Chap. 1. Of the Affects of the Eye-Lids.
Chap. 2. Of the Affects, or things that are anniss, in the Eye Brows.
Chap. 3. Of the Affects, and what is amiss, in the Flesh that is in the Corners of the Eyes.
Chap. 4. Of the Diseases of the Adnata Tunicle.
Article, I. Of the Ophthalmie.
Article. II. Of the Nail, or little wing, the web, and the Hyposphagm of the Eye.
Chap. 5. Of the Diseases of the Tunicle Cornea.
Article, I. Of Crassities, Nebula, and Albugo.
Article. II. Of the Pustules and Ʋlcers of the tunicle Cornea.
Article, III. Of the Wounds of the Cor∣nea (Tunicle) and the pain of the Eyes.
Chap. 6. Of the Diseases of the Uvea.
Article, I. Of the falling forth of the Uvea, and the Dilatation, Widness and Narrowness of the Pupilla, Viz. The Bal or Apple of the Eye.
Article. II. Of a Suffusion.
Chap. 7. Of what is amiss in the Humors of the Eyes.
Chap. 8. Of those Diseases that infest and annoy the Globe of the Eye.
Title, IV. Of the Dis∣eases of the Ears:
Ticle, V. Of the Symp∣toms of the Ears.
Chap. 1. Of Pain, and Deaf∣ness.
Chap 2. Of the Noise or Ringing of the Ears, and thick∣ness of Hearing.
Title, VI. Of the Dis∣eases and Symptoms of the Nostrils.
Chap. I. Of the Ulcers of the Nostrils, as also of Ozaena, and Polypus.
Chap. 2. Of the Hemorrhage, or Bleeding of the Nostrils.
Chap. 3. Of the Hindering and Hurting of the Smel, Gravedo, (or Stuffing) and Sternutition (Or Sneezing.
Title VII. Of the dis∣eases of the Tongue, and the Symptoms thereof.
Title, VIII. Of the Diseases and Symptomes of the Lips.
Title, IX. Of the Dis∣eases and Symptomes of the Face.
Chap. 1. Of the Opening of the Mouth, Gaping, and Yaw∣ning.
Chap. 2. Of the Writhing of the Mouth.
Chap. 3. Of the Ptyalisme.
Title, X. Of the Af∣fects of the Mouth.
Chap. 1. Of the Aphthae, or Exulcerations of the Mouth.
Chap. 2. Of the Stinking of the Mouth.
Title, XI. Of the Dis∣eases and Symptoms of the Teeth.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the Teeth.
Article, I. Of the Corrosion of the Teeth.
Article. II. Of the Loosness, or Movable∣ness of the Teeth.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptoms of the teeth.
Article. I. Of the Odontalgia., or pain of the Teeth.
Article, II. Of Stupor, Stridor, and Ni∣gredo, in the Teeth.
Title, XII. Of the Af∣fects of the Gums.
Title, XIII. Of the Affects of the Jaw-bones.
Title, XIV. Of the Affects of the Wind-pipe or Wesand.
Title, XV. Of the Af∣fects of the Tonsils.
THE NINTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title, I. Of the Diseases of the Jaws, or Angina, that is, Squinancy.
Title, II. Of the Dis∣eases of the Throat.
A Single Chapter, Of those Kernels we cal Strumae, and of Bronchocele, a swelling in the Throat.
Title, III. Of the Dis∣eases of the Aspera Arte∣ria, or the great rough Artery.
Title, IV. Of the Dis∣eases of the Lungs.
Chap. 1. Of the Distemper of the Lungs.
Chap. 2. Of Peripneumonia.
Chap. 3. Of the streightness or narrowness of the Lungs.
Chap. 4. Of the Wounds of the Lungs.
Chap. 5. Of the Ulcer of the Lungs, or Phthisis.
Title, V. Of the Dis∣eases of the Thorax or Breast.
Chap. I. Of the Inflamation of the Mediastine, or the Transverse Muscle, and the Tumors of the Diaphragm.
Chap: 2. Of the Pluresy.
Chap. 3. Of Empyema.
Chap. IV. Of the Consumpti∣on or wasting, and the Worms of the Back.
Title, VI. Of the Symp∣toms of the Lungs, and the Thorax, or Breast.
Chap. 1. Of the vices, or things amiss, in the Breathing.
Chap. 2. Of Asthma.
Chap. 3. Of the Cough.
Chap. IV. Of Haemoptysis, or spitting of Blood.
Title, VII. Of the Af∣fects of the Heart.
Chap. I. Of the Palpitation of the Heart.
Chap. 2. Of Fainting or Swou∣ning.
Title, VIII. Of the Affects of the Paps, or breasts in Women.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the Papps.
Article, I. Of the Tumors or Swellings of the Paps.
Article, II. Of the Cancer, and Great∣ness of the Paps.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptomes of the Breasts.
Article, I. Of the want of Milk, too great abundance thereof, and its Coa∣gulation or Curdling.
THE TENTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title, I. Of the Affects of the Gullet.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the Gullet.
Article, I. Of the Distemper and Tumor of the Gullet.
Article, II. Of the Straitness, wounds, and Ʋlcers of the Gullet.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptomes of the Gullet.
Title, II. Of the affects of the Stomach.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the Stomach.
Article, I. Of the Distemper of the Sto∣mach in general.
Article, II. Of the Distemper of the Sto∣mach without matter.
Article. III. Of the distemper of the sto∣mach with matter.
Article. IV. Of the tumors of the stomach.
Article, 5. Of the wounds and ulcers of the Stomach.
Chap 2. Of the Symptomes of the Stomach.
Article. 1. Of the pain and heat of the Stomach.
Article, 2. Of the want of Appetite.
Article, III. Of too great Appetite.
Article, IV. Of a Depraved Appetite, or Pica.
Article, V. Of too great Thirst.
Article, VI. Of the hurt of Concoction or Chylification.
Article. VII. Of the Hickopps.
Article, 8. Of belching and rumbling.
Article, IX. Of nauseousness and Vomi∣ting.
Article, X. Of Choler.
Title, III. Of the Af∣fects of the Guts.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the Guts.
Article, I. Of the Inflamation of the Guts.
Article, II. Of the Straitness of the Guts.
Article, III. Of Worms.
Article, IV. Of the Rupture of the Guts.
Article, V. Of the falling down of the Fundament, and of the wounds and Ʋicers of the Guts.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptomes of the Guts.
Article, I. Of the Iliack Passion.
Article. II. Of the Chollick.
Article, 3. Of Costiveness of body.
Article, 4. Of a Looseness.
Point 1. Of a Lientery, and Coeliaca.
Point 2. Of the Diarrby.
Point, III. Of a Dysentery.
Point, 4. Of the Bloody and Hepatick flux.
Title, IV. Of the Af∣fects of the right Gut.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the right Gut.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptomes of the right Gut.
Article, I. Of Itching and the Tenes∣mus.
Article, II. Of the Flux and stoppage of the Hemorrhoids.
Title. V. Of the af∣fects of the Mesentery.
Chap. 1. Of the distemper and obstruction of the Mesentery.
Chap. 2. Of the inflammation and impostumations of the me∣sentery.
Chap. 3. Of the Pain of the Mesentery, and the affects of the Caul, and Pancreas.
Titile VI. Of the af∣fects of the Liver.
Chap. 1. Of the diseases of the Liver.
Article, 1. Of the Distemper of the Liver.
Article, 2. Of the obstruction of the Li∣ver.
Article. III. Of an inflamation of the Liver.
Article, IV. Of a Shcirrus of the Liver.
Article, V. Of the Wounds and Ʋlcers of the Liver.
Chap. 4. Of the Symptomes of the Liver.
Title, I. Of the weak∣ness of the Liver.
Article, 2. Of a Cachexy.
Article. 3. Of the dropsy in general.
Article, 4. Of an Ascites.
Article, V. Of a Tympany, and Ana∣sarca.
Article, VI. Of the Jaundice.
Article, VII. Of an Atrophy.
Title, V. Of the Affects of the Spleen.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the spleen.
Article, I. Of the obstructions of the Spleen.
Article. II. Of an inflamation of the spleen, and schirrus.
Article. III. Of an Ʋlcer and wound of the spleen.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptomes of the spleen.
Article, I. Of the paine of the spleen, and black Jaundice.
Article, 2. Of the Hypochondriacal affe∣ction.
Article. III. Of the Scurvy.
Title, 8. Of the affects of the Kidneys.
Chap. 1. Of the diseases of the kidneys.
Article, 1. Of the Straitness of the Rid∣neys.
Article. II. Of an inflamation of the Kid∣neys.
Article. III. Of the Stone of the Kid∣nies.
Article, IV. Of an Ʋlcer and Wound of the Kidneys.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptomes of the Kidneys.
Title, IX. Of the Af∣fects of the bladder.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the Bladder.
Article, 1. Of the Stone of the Bladder.
Article, 2. Of an inflamation, scab, ulcer and fistula of the bladder.
Article, 3. Of the straitness of the Ʋrinary Passage.
Chap. 2. Of the symptoms of the bladder.
Article, 1. Of the incontinency of the u∣rine.
Article, 3. Of a Diabites.
Article. III. Of an Ischury.
Article. IV. Of a strangury.
Article, V. Of a Dysury.
Article, VI. Of Pissing of blood, mat∣ter, and Hairs.
Title, X. Of the Af∣fects of the Genital Parts in Men.
Chap. 1. Of their Diseases.
Article, I. Of the Diseases of the Stones.
Article, II. Of the Diseases of the Cod.
Article, 3. Of the diseases of the Yard.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptoms of the genital parts in men.
Article, 5. Of the generation of seed hurt, and the erection of the yard.
Article, II. Of Lechery, a Priapisme, and Satyriasis.
Article, III. Of a running of the Reins.
Titile, XI. Of the Dis∣eases of the genital parts in Women.
Chap. 1. Of the Diseases of the Neck of the womb.
Article, 1. Of a Tentigo and Cauda.
Article, II. Of the straitness of the Neck of the womb.
Article, III. Of the pustles, Condylo∣mata, and Hemorrhoids of the womb.
Article. IV. Of the ulcers of the neck of the wombe.
Chap. 2. Of the diseases of the womb.
Article, 1. Of the distemper of the womb.
Article, 2. Of the straitness of the vessels of the womb.
Article, 3. Of an inflation of the Womb.
Article, IV. Of an inflamation of the womb.
Article. 5. Of a scirrhus of the womb.
Article, VI. Of a Dropsie of the Womb.
Article, VII. Of the falling down of the womb.
Article, VIII. Of the ascent of the womb, its wounds and Ʋlcers.
Title, XII. Of the Symp∣tomes of the Womb.
Chap. 1. Of the Common symp∣tomes.
Article, I. Of the weakness of the womb.
Article, II. Of the Pain of the womb.
Article, III. Of the suppression of the Courses.
Article. IV. Of a dropping, and difficul∣ty of the courses.
Article. 5. Of the discoloring of the cour∣ses.
Article 6. Of an inordinate flux of the courses.
Article, 7. Of too much flowing of the courses.
Article. VIII. Of the Womans flux and gonorrhaea.
Chap. 2. Of the Symptomes more familiar to those that live out of Wedlock.
Article, I. Of the Virgins Disease.
Article, II. Of the Suffocation of the womb.
Article. III. Of the madness of the womb, and Melancholly of Women.
Chap. 3. Of the Symptomes proper to married women.
Article, I. Of the Symptomes about con∣ception.
Point, 1. Of Barrenness.
Point, 2. Of a Mola.
Article 2. Of the Symptoms of women with child.
Article, 3. Of the symptomes about the delivery.
Title, XIII. Of the Affect of the Belly.
A single Chapter, Of the Rup∣ture of the Navel, and Inflama∣tion of the Muscles of the Belly.
An Appendix. Concerning the Gout.
THE ELEVENTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title I. Concerning the French Pox.
Title, II. Of Poysons.
Chap. I. Of Poysons digged out of the Earth.
Chap. 2. Of Vegetable Poy∣sons.
Chap. 3. Of Poysons from live Creatures.
THE TWELFTH BOOK OF THE IDEA OF PRACTICAL PHYSICK.
Title. 1. Of the disea∣ses of the Head.
Title, II. Of the Dis∣eases of the middle Belly.
Title, III. Of the Dis∣eases of the Lower belly.
The Vertues, Ʋse, and variety of Operations of the True and Phylopsohical AURUM POTABILE, Attained by the Studies of Doctor Freeman, and Dr. Culpeper, and left with his Widdow, and administred by a Physitian in her House neer London, on the East side of Spittle-fields, next door to the Red Lyon.