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Author: Salmon, William, 1644-1713.
Title: Ars chirurgica a compendium of the theory and practice of chirurgery in seven books ... shewing the names, causes, signs, differences, prognosticks, and various intentions of curing all kinds of chirurgick diseases ... : to which is added Pharmacopoeia chirurgica, or, The medical store, Latin and English ... / by William Salmon ...
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Print source: Ars chirurgica a compendium of the theory and practice of chirurgery in seven books ... shewing the names, causes, signs, differences, prognosticks, and various intentions of curing all kinds of chirurgick diseases ... : to which is added Pharmacopoeia chirurgica, or, The medical store, Latin and English ... / by William Salmon ...
Salmon, William, 1644-1713.

London : Printed for J. Dawks ... and sold by S. Sprint [and 6 others] ...: , M.DC.XCVIII [1698]
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Errata, preliminary page [17]
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Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
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Medicine -- 15th-18th centuries.
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Contents
title page
To the Honourable, THOMAS GARDNER, Esq Serjeant-Chirurgeon to His Majesty, AND Chirurgeon to His Houshold. Present MASTER of the Company of CHIRURGEONS: AND To the Honoured ASSISTANTS, And the rest of the Worthy Members of that Honourable Society.
THE PREFACE.
THE VERTUES and USES OF THE BALSAM de CHILI,
ERRATA.
The Medicinal CHARACTERS.
illustration
compendium
ARS CHIRURGICA. LIBER PRIMUS. Of Instruments and Operations.
I. Of the INSTRUMENTS.
CHAP. I. Of Chirurgery in General.
CHAP. II. Of the Small Instruments.
CHAP. III. Of the Larger Instruments for the Closet and Chest.
CHAP. IV. Of the Form of the Chirurgians Chest.
section
Of the Vessels holding the Me∣dicines.
CHAP. V. The Furniture of the CHIRURGIANS CHEST.
I. CISTA HILDANI.
II. WOODALL's VIATI∣CƲM.
III. WOODALL's EPI∣TOMY.
IV. SALMON's REPOSI∣TORY.
II. OPERATIONS CHIRƲRGICAL.
I. SYNTHESIS.
CHAP. VI. Of FRACTURES.
CHAP. VII. Of DISLOCATIONS.
CHAP. VIII. Of RUPTURES.
CHAP. IX. STRUTTING out of the EYE.
CHAP. X. FALLING out of the WOMB.
CHAP. XI. FALLING out of the FUNDAMENT.
II. DIAERESIS.
CHAP. XII. The OPENING of a VEIN.
CHAP. XIII. OPENING of an ARTERY.
CHAP. XIV. OPENING of the WIND-PIPE.
CHAP. XV. OPENING of the BREST.
I. Of a Dropsie of the Brest.
II. Of an Empyema.
III. Of a Pleurisie.
CHAP. XVI. OPENING of the BELLY.
CHAP. XVII. OPENING of Closed ORIFICES.
I. Closed Eyes.
II. Orifice of the Ears closed.
III. The Nostrils closed.
IV. The Mouth closed.
V. The Praeputium closed.
VI. The Glans not perforated.
VII. The Anus in Infants not Perforated.
VIII. Pudenda Virginum closed.
IX. The Vagina closed.
X. The Inward Orifice of the Womb closed.
CHAP. XVIII. OPENING of APOSTEMS.
CHAP. XIX. OPENING of the SKIN.
I. Vesicatories, or Blistering.
II. Fontanels, or Issues.
III. The Seton, in the Nape of the Neck.
IV. Application of Leeches.
V. Applying of Cupping-glasses.
VI. Scarification.
VII. Ʋstion, or Burning.
VIII. Hemorrhoids.
IX. The Opening of Varix.
CHAP. XX. DIVIDING of Closed PARTS.
I. Hydatis, a fat Substance under the Skin of the Ʋpper Eye-lid.
II. Hordeolum, Tumor like a Barley Corn.
III. Grando, the little round moveable Swelling.
IV. Lagophthalmos, when the upper Eye-lid covers not the Eye.
V. Ectropion, the lower Eye-lid fallen down.
VI. Hypopion, Matter between the Horny and Grapy Coat.
VII. Tongue tied.
VIII. Cutting the Gums of In∣fants.
IX. Growing together of the Fingers and Toes.
X. Cutting of a Wry Neck.
CHAP. XXI. DIVIDING of BONES.
I. Trepaning, or Perforation.
II. Scraping, Filing and Sawing.
III. EXAERESIS.
CHAP. XXII. BIRTH of a Living CHILD.
CHAP. XXIII. BIRTH of a dead CHILD.
CHAP. XXIV. EXTRACTION of the SECUNDINE.
CHAP. XXV. EXTRACTION of a MOLA.
CHAP. XXVI. The CAESARIAN BIRTH.
CHAP. XXVII. CUTTING out the STONE.
I. Apparatus minor.
II. Apparatus major.
III. Apparatus Hypogastricus.
CHAP. XXVIII. DRAWING of TEETH.
CHAP. XXIX. DRAWING out Extraneous THINGS.
CHAP. XXX. URINE STOPPED.
IV. APHAERESIS.
CHAP. XXXI. COUCHING of CATARACTS.
CHAP. XXXII. Of AMPUTATION.
I. The Common Way, in the Sound Part.
II. Aquapendens his Way, in the Dead Part.
CHAP. XXXIII. CUTTING off CANCERS.
CHAP. XXXIV. CUTTING off WENS.
CHAP. XXXV. CUTTING off a SARCOCELE.
An Appendix, concerning Cutting an Oscheocele.
CHAP. XXXVI. CUTTING off WARTS and CORNS.
CHAP. XXXVII. REMOVING CARUNCLES.
CHAP. XXXVIII. REMOVING of HUMOURS.
I. Of FRICTION.
II. BATHING.
II. SWEATING.
IV. FASTING.
V. DIARTHROSIS.
CHAP. XXXIX. Of CROOKEDNESS in General.
CHAP. XL. CROOKEDNESS of the BACK.
CHAP. XLI. CROOKEDNESS of the ARMS and LEGS.
CHAP. XLII. CROOKEDNESS of the FINGERS.
CHAP. XLIII. CROOKED FEET and TOES.
VI. PROSTHESIS.
CHAP. XLIV. Of BALDNESS.
CHAP. XLV. Of a HARE-LIP.
CHAP. XLVI. PARTS of the HEAD Supplied.
I. Of the Eyes.
II. Of the Nose.
III. Of the Ears.
IV. Of the Palate.
V. Of the Teeth.
CHAP. XLVII. ARTIFICIAL ARMS and LEGS.
VII. REPORTS.
CHAP. XLVIII. Of REPORTS in General.
I. Of Wounds, Mortal, Dange∣rous and Safe.
II. Of Wounds, Great.
III. Diseases, Great or Small, Long or Short, Mortal, or not.
IV. Wounds considered, in respect to the Parts hurt.
V. What the Event of the Wound may be.
VI. In a dead Person, whether the Wound was made before, or after Death?
CHAP. XLXI. REPORTS, where no Wound appears.
I. By Blows, or Beating.
II. By External Suffocation.
III. By Internal Suffocation.
IV. By Thunder and Lightning.
V. By Poison.
CHAP. L. REPORTS, from the Viscera being Wounded.
I. Wounds of the Brain.
II. Wounds of the Stomach.
III. Wounds of the Liver.
IV. Wounds of the Lungs.
V. Wounds of the Diaphragma, or Midriff.
VI. Wounds of the Guts.
VII. Wounds of the Bladder.
VIII. Wounds of the Spinal Marrow.
IX. Wounds of Arteries and Veins.
X. Wounds of the Aspera Arteria.
XI. Wounds of the Reins.
XII. Wounds of the Spleen.
XIII. Wounds of the Heart.
CHAP. LI. REPORTS, from Wounds External.
I. Of the Malignity of Wounds.
II. Whether a Wound will kill, or not kill.
III. How Men are said to Die of small Wounds.
IV. Wounds dangerous.
V. Wounds of the Nerves, and Back-bone.
VI. Wounds of the Head.
VII. Wounds of the Forehead, and upper Eye-lids.
VIII. Wounds of the Cheeks.
IX. Wounds of the Arms.
X. Wounds of the Hands.
XI. Wounds of the Thighs.
XII. Wounds of the Legs.
CHAP. LII. EXAMPLES of making REPORTS.
I. Of Death, presumed to ensue.
II. A Report in a doubtful Case.
III. A Report, in Case of the loss, or Debility of a Member.
IV. A Report, when Wounds are found in divers Parts.
V. A Report of a Woman delivered of a Dead Child.
VI. A Report of a Wounded Person, found Dead.
VIII. EMBALMING.
CHAP. LIII. EMBALMING the AEGYPTIAN WAY.
I. Salination with Salt alone.
II. Salination with Salt, and Juice, or Balsam of Cedar.
III. Salination with Salt, and Aromaticks.
IV. The Aegyptian Embalming, with Aromaticks alone.
CHAP. LIV. EMBALMING the EUROPEAN WAYS.
I. Embalming without Dissection, called Encearing.
II. Embalming with Aroma∣ticks.
III. Another way to do the same.
CHAP. LV. EMBALMING the MODERN WAYS.
I. A special and particular Way of Embalming, very excellent.
II. Balthasar Timaeus à Gulden∣klee, his Way of Embalming; Epist. Medicinal. Lib. 6. Ep. 10.
III. Gabriel Clauder, his Way of Embalming.
IX. MEDICAL STORE: OR, Pharmacopoeia Chirurgica.
chapter 56
CHAP. LVI. De Simplicibus.
I. De Vegetabilibus.
II. De Mineralibus.
III. De Animalibus.
IV. Quae sunt ex his excerpenda, ad Cistam.
CHAP. LVI. Of Simples.
I. Of Vegetables.
II. Of Minerals.
III. Of Animals.
IV. What those Simples are, which are to be chosen from all the for∣mer, for the use of the Chest.
chapter 57
CHAP. LVII. De AQƲIS.
I. Aqua Elementaria.
II. Aqua Antifebritica.
III. Aqua Vitrioli.
IV. Aqua Calcis vivi.
V. Aqua Stomachica.
VI. Aqua Tartarisata.
CHAP. LVII. Of WATERS.
I. Elementary Water.
2. Water against Fevers.
3. Water of Vitriol.
4. Water of Quicklime.
5. Stomach Water.
6. A Tartarized Water.
chapter 58
CHAP. LVIII. De TINCTƲRIS.
I. Tinctura Cordialis.
II. Tinctura Mirabilis.
III. Tinctura Opii.
IV. Tinctura Purgans.
V. Tinctura Exfolians, seu Euphorbii.
VI. Tinctura Absinthii.
VII. Tinctura Antimoii, Purgans.
VIII. Tinctura Cathartica.
IX. Tinctura Martis.
X. Tinctura Sacra, seu Amara.
XI. Tinctura seu Elixir Proprietatis.
XII. Tinctura Antimonii crudi.
XIII. Tinctura Salis Tartari.
CHAP. LVIII. Of TINCTURES.
1. The Cordial Tincture.
2. The Wonderful Tincture.
3. Tincture of Opium.
4. Purging Tincture.
5. Tincture Exfoliating Bones, or Tincture of Euphorbium.
6. Tincture of Wormwood.
7. Tincture of Antimony, Purging.
8. A Cathartick Tincture.
9. Tincture of Mars or Iron.
10. The Excellent, or Bitter Tincture.
11. Tincture, or Elixir of Property.
12. Tincture of crude Antimony.
13. Tinctureof Salt of Tartar.
chapter 59
CHAP. LIX. De SPIRITIBUS.
I. Spiritus Cordialis.
II. Spiritus Vini Cam∣phoratus.
III. Spiritus Sulphuratus, vel Vitriolatus.
IV. Spiritus Vini Basilii.
V. Spiritus Nitri.
VI. Spiritus Nitratus.
VII. Spiritus Salis Philosophicus.
VIII. Spiritus Cornu Cervi, compositus.
IX. Spiritus Salis Armoniaci.
X. Spiritus Mirabilis.
XI. Spiritus Opii compositus.
XII. Spiritus Sulphuris per Distil∣lationem; vulgò, Ens primum.
XIII. Spiritus Ʋniversalis Clauderi.
CHAP. LIX. Of SPIRITS.
1. The Cordial Spirit.
2. Spirit of Wine Cam∣phorated.
3. The Sulphurated, or Vitriolated Spirit.
4. Basil's Spirit of Wine.
5. Spirit of Nitre.
6. A Nitrated Spirit.
7. Philosophick Spirit of Salt.
8. Spirit of Harts-horn, compound.
9. Spirit of Sal Armoniack.
10. The Wonderful Spirit.
11. Spirit of Opium compound.
12. Spirit of Sulphur, by Di∣stillation; vulgarly called, Ens primum.
13. The Universal Spirit of Clauder.
chapter 60
CHAP. LX. De OLEIS Distillatis.
I. Oleum Seminum Anisi.
II. Oleum Caryophyllorum.
III. Oleum Cerae.
IV. Oleum Baccarum Juniperi.
V. Oleum Limonum & Aurantiarum.
VI. Oleum Macis per Expressionem.
VII. Oleum Philosophicum.
VIII. Oleum Rosmarini compositum.
IX. Oleum Succini.
X. Oleum Sulphuris.
XI. Oleum Tartari per deliquium.
XII. Oleum Terebinthinae.
XIII. Oleum & Spiritus Vitrioli.
CHAP. LX. Of OILS Distilled.
I. Oil of Aniseeds.
2. Oil of Cloves.
3. Oil of Wax.
4. Oil of Juniper Berries.
5. Oil of Limons and Oranges.
6. Oil of Mace by Expression.
7. The Philosophick Oil.
8. Oil of Rosemary compound.
9. Oil of Amber.
10. Oil of Sulphur.
11. Oil of Tartar, made by melting or dripping.
12. Oil of Turpentine.
13. Oil and Spirit of Vitriol.
chapter 61
CHAP. LXI. De BALSAMIS.
I. Balsamum Antimonii, Viri peritissimi D. Tho. Gardneri, Chirurgi Regii Primarii.
II. Balsamum Salis Tartari.
III. Balsamum Camphorae.
IV. Balsamum Sulphuris Rulandi.
V. Balsamum Sulphuris commune.
VI. Balsamum Saturni.
VII. Balsamum Mirabile.
VIII. Butyrum Antimonii.
CHAP. LXI. Of BALSAMS.
1. Balsam of Antimony, commu∣nicated by that most skilful Ar∣tist Dr. Tho. Gardner, the King's Chief Chirurgian.
2. Balsam of Salt of Tartar.
3. Balsam of Camphir.
4. Rulandus his Balsam of Sulphur.
5. The common alsam of Sulphur.
6. Balsam of Saturn, or Lead.
7. The Wonderful Balsam.
8. Butter of Antimony.
chapter 62
CHAP. LXII. De ELIXIRIBUS.
I. Elixir Antepile pticum.
II. Elixir Proprietatis.
III. Elixir Metallorum.
IV. Elixir Cranil Humani.
V. Elixir Pulmonum.
VI. Elixir Sanguinis Humani.
VII. Elixir Viperarum.
VIII. Elixir, seu Sanguis Symphyti, Quercetani.
IX. Elixir, seu Sanguis Saty∣rionis & Pastinacae albae.
CHAP. LXII. Of ELIXIRS.
1. An Elixir against the Falling-sickness.
2. Elixir of Property.
3. The Elixir of Metals.
4. Elixir of Mans Skull.
V. Elixir of Lungs.
6. Elixir of Man's Blood.
7. Elixir of Vipers.
8. Quercetan's Elixir, or Blood of Comfrey.
9. Elixir, or Blood of Saty∣rion and Parsnips.
chapter 63
CHAP. LXIII. De POTESTATIBƲS.
I. Potestates Fuliginis Clauderi.
II. Potestatibus Seminum Anisi.
III. Potestatibus Baccarum Juniperi.
IV. Potestates Lavendulae.
V. Potestates Caryophyllorum.
VI. Potestates Limonum & Aurantiarum.
VII. Potestates Pulegii.
VIII. Potestates Rosmarini.
IX. Potestates Succini.
X. Potestates Terebinthinae.
XI. Potestates Virtutum.
XII. Potestates Viperarum.
XIII. Potestates Ʋngulae & Cornu Cervi.
CHAP. LXIII. Of POWERS.
1. Clauder's Powers of Soot.
2. Powers of Aniseeds.
3. Powers of Juniper Berries.
4. Powers of Lavender.
5. Powers of Cloves.
6. Powers of Limons and Oranges.
7. Powers of Peniroyal.
8. Powers of Rosemary.
9. Powers of Amber.
10. Powers of Turpentine.
11. Powers of Virtues.
12. Powers of Vipers.
13. Powers of Harts Horns and Hoofs.
chapter 64
CHAP. LXIV. De SALIBƲS.
I. Sal Absinthii fixum.
II. Sal Aluminis.
III. Sal Armoniacum volatile.
IV. Sal Cinerum cla∣vellatorum.
V. Sal Cornu Cervi Succinatum.
VI. Sal Fabarum volatile.
VII. Sal, seu, Lapis Infernalis.
VIII. Sal Martis.
IX. Sal Mirabile.
X. Sal Nitratum.
XI. Sal Nitrum Catharticum.
XII. Sal-Nitrum Nitratum.
XIII. Sal-Nitrum Vitriolatum.
XIV. Sal Polychrestum.
XV. Sal Prunellae.
XVI. Sal, seu Saccharum Saturni.
XVII. Sal Succini volatile.
XVIII. Sal Tartari.
XIX. Sal Vitriolatum.
XX. Ens Veneris.
XXI. Vitriolum Lunae.
CHAP. LXIV. Of SALTS.
1. Fixed Salt of Wormwood.
2. Salt of Alum.
3. Volatil Sal Armoniack.
4. Salt of Pot-ashes.
5. Salt of Harts-horn with Amber.
6. Volatil Salt of Beans.
7. Burning Salt, or, Hell-stone.
8. Salt of Mars, or Iron.
9. The Wonderful Salt.
10. Nitrated Salt.
11. Purging Sal Nitre.
12. Salt-Nitre Nitrated.
13. Salt-Nitre Vitriolated.
14. Salt of many Virtues.
15. The Cooling Salt.
16. Salt or Sugar, of Saturn or Lead.
17. Volatil Salt of Amber.
18. Salt of Tartar.
19. Salt Vitriolated.
20. The Ens, or Being of Venus.
21. Salt, or Vitriol, of Luna or Silver.
chapter 65
CHAP. LXV. De FLORIBƲS.
I. Flores Sulphuris.
II. Flores Bismuthi & Zinci.
III. Mercurius Sublimatus corrosivus.
IV. Mercurius dulcis sublimatus.
V. Cinnabaris artificialis.
CHAP. LXV. Of FLOWERS.
1. Flowers of Sulphur.
2. Flowers of Tin-glass, and Zink or Spelter.
3. Mercury Sublimate corrosive.
4. Mercury sublimed sweet.
5. Artificial Cinnabar.
chapter 66
CHAP. LXVI. De MAGISTERIIS.
I. Arcanum Coralinum.
II. Arcanum Jovis.
III. Antibecticum Poterii.
IV. Bezoar Minerale.
V. Gryphus Mercurii.
VI. Mercurius Vitae.
VII. Mercurius praecipita∣tus albus.
VIII. Mercurius praecipitatus rubrus.
IX. Mercurius praecipitatus Principis.
X. Mercurius praecipitatus iu∣teus, vel Turpethum minerale.
XI. Mercurius praecipitatus, per se.
XII. Mercurius praecipitatus au∣reus, vel Solaris; seu Aurum Vitae.
XIII. Mercurius praecipitatus Lunaris, seu Argentum Vitae.
XIV. Tartarum Emeticum.
CHAP. LXVI. Of MAGISTERIES.
1. The Coraline Secret.
2. The secret Precipitate of Jupiter.
3. Poterius his Antihectick.
4. The Mineral Bezoar.
5. The Mercurial Gryphin.
6. Praecipitate of Butter of Antimony.
7. White Praecipitate.
8. Red Praecipitate.
9. The Princes Pouder.
10. Yellow Praecipitate, or Mineral Turbeth.
11. Mercury praecipitated, by it self.
12. Solar, or golden Praecipi∣tate; or Aurum Vitae.
13. Lunar, or Silver Praecipitate, or Argentum Vitae.
14. Vomiting Tartar.
chapter 67
CHAP. LXVII. De SYRƲPIS.
I. Syrupus Simplex.
II. Syrupus Volatilis.
III. Syrupus Limonum, &c.
IV. Syrupus Antifebriticus.
V. Syrupus Catharticus.
VI. Syrupus de Meconio, seu Diacodium.
VII. Mel Rosarum, vel Rosatum.
VIII. Oxymel Scilliticum.
CHAP. LXVII. OF SYRUPS.
1. The Simple, or Uncom∣pounded Syrup.
2. The Volatil Syrup.
3. Syrup of Limons, &c.
4. The Syrup against Fevers.
5. The Purging Syrup.
6. Syrup of Poppies, or Diacodium.
7. Honcy of Roses, or Honey Rosed.
8. Oxymel of Squills.
chapter 68
CHAP. LXVIII. De SPECIEBƲS.
I. Pulvis Antimonii.
II. Pulvis Antifebriticus.
III. Pulvis Bezoarticus.
IV. Pulvis Cachecticus.
V. Pulvis Cartharticus.
VI. Pulvis Cornachini.
VII. Pulvis ad Diabeten.
VIII. Pulvis Emeticus.
IX. Pulvis Herculeus.
X. Pulvis Rheumaticus.
XI. Pulvis ad Vermes.
CHAP. LXVIII. Of POUDERS.
1. Pouder of Antimony.
2. The Fever-Pouder.
3. The Bezoartick Pouder.
4. The Virgins Pouder, or Green-sickness-Pouder.
5. The Purging Pouder.
6. Cornachinus his Pouder.
7. A Pouder for the Diabetes.
8. A Vomiting-Pouder.
9. The Herculean Pouder.
10. A Pouder against a Rheumatism.
11. A Pouder for Worms.
chapter 69
CHAP. LXIX. De ELECTƲARIIS.
I. Theriaca Chymica.
II. Electuarium Anti∣pestilentiale.
III. Electuarium Antihecticum.
IV. Electuarium Catharticum.
V. Electuarium Catarrhale.
VI. Electuarium Stomachicum.
VII. Electuarium ad Tussim.
CHAP. LXIX. Of ELECTUARIES.
1. Chymical Treacle.
2. The Electuary against the Plague.
3. Electuary against Hecticks, or, Consumptions.
4. The Purging Electuary.
5. Electuary against Catarrhs.
6. A Stomach-Electuary.
7. Electuary against Coughs.
chapter 70
CHAP. LXX. De PILƲLIS.
I. Pilulae Catharticae.
II. Pilulae ad Luem.
III. Pilulae Mirabiles.
IV. Pilulae Hystericae.
V. Laudanum Samech, seu Tar∣tarisatum; Viri Excellentis∣simi, D. Tho. Gardneri Regii Chirurgi.
VI. Laudanum specificum Nostrum.
VII. Laudanum Catharticum Nostrum.
CHAP. LXX. Of PILLS.
1. The Purging Pills.
2. Pills for the French-Pox.
3. The Wonderful Pills.
4. Hysterick Pills, or Pills against Fits.
5. Tartariz'd Laudanum, of that most excellent Man, Dr. Tho. Gardner, the King's Chirurgian.
6. Specitick Laudanum of the Author.
7. The Author's Cathartick Laudanum.
chapter 71
CHAP. LXXI. De LOTIONIBƲS.
I. Aqua Ophthalmica.
II. Aqua Styptica.
III. Aqua Calcis cum Mercurio.
IV. Aqua Divina Fernelii.
V. Aqua ad Gnorrhaeam.
VI. Aqua Mercurialis.
VII. Lac Mercurii.
CHAP. LXXI. Of LOTIONS.
1. Eye-Water.
2. The Styptick Water.
3. Lime-water with Mercury.
4. Fernelius his Divine Water.
5. A Water for a Gonorrhoea.
6. Mercury-Water.
7. Mercurial Milk.
chapter 72
CHAP. LXXII. De OLEIS.
I. Oleum calefaciens.
II. Oleum Refrigerans.
III. Oleum Anodynum.
IV. Oleum Paralyticum.
V. Oleum Cosmeticum.
VI. Oleum Diacolocynthidos.
VII. Oleum ad Vermes.
CHAP. LXXII. Of OYLS.
1. The Heating Oyl.
II. The Cooling Oyl.
3. The Oyl easing Pain.
4. The Palsy-Oil.
5. The Beautifying Oil.
6. Oil of Coloquintida.
7. The Oil against Worms.
chapter 73
CHAP. LXXIII. De BALSAMIS.
I. Balsamum Vulnerarium Nostrum.
II. Balsamum Anodynum Nostrum.
III. Balsamum Gummi Elemi Nostrum.
IV. Mel Saponis.
V. Balsamum de Sapone.
VI. Balsamum Amicum Nostrum.
VII. Balsamum Arthriticum Nostrum.
VIII. Balsamum Polychrestum Nostrum.
IX. Balsamum Ophthalmicum Nostrum.
CHAP. LXXIII. Of BALSAMS.
1. Our Wound-Balsam.
2. Our Anodyn-Balsam.
3. Our Balsam of Gum-Elemi.
4. Honey with Soap.
5. Balsam of Soap.
6. Our Friendly Balsam.
7. Our Gout-Balsam.
VIII. Our Balsam of many Virtues.
9. Our Eye-Balsam.
chapter 74
CHAP. LXXIV. De ƲNGƲENTIS.
I. Ʋnguentum Aegyptiacum.
II. Ʋnguentum Album.
III. Ʋnguentum Basilicon.
IV. Ʋuguentum Fuscum Wurtzii.
V. Ʋnguentum Mercuriale.
VI. Ʋnguentum Nicotianae.
VII. Ʋnguentum Populeon.
VIII. Ʋnguentum Cosmeticum.
IX. Ʋnguentum ad Scabiem.
X. Ʋnguentum Tutiae.
CHAP. LXXIV. Of OINTMENTS.
I. The Aegyptian Ointment.
II. The White Ointment.
3. The Royal Ointment.
4. The Brown Ointment of Wurtz.
5. The Mercurial Ointment.
6. Ointment of Tobacco.
7. Ointment of Poplar-buds.
8. The Cosmetick, or Beautifying-Ointment.
9. Ointment against Scabbiness.
10. Ointment of Tutty.
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CHAP. LXXV. De PƲLVERIBƲS.
I. Pulvis Mercurii coagulati.
II. Sulphur Vitrioli abstersivus.
III. Pulvis pro Ʋlceribus.
IV. Pulvis pro Ʋlceribus Venereis.
V. Pulvis Stypticus.
VI. Pulveres ad Hypersarcosin.
VII. Pulvis Sternutatorius.
VIII. Errhinae.
CHAP. LXXV. Of POUDERS.
I. Pouder of Mercury coagulated.
2. Abstersive Sulphur of Vitriol.
3. A Pouder for Ulcers.
4. A Pouder for Venereal Ulcers.
5. A Styptick Pouder.
6. A Pouder to eat away proud Flesh.
7. Snush, or Sneezing-pouder.
8. Nose, or rather, Head-Purgers.
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CHAP. LXXVI. De CERATIS.
I. Ceratum Album.
II. Ceratum Viride.
III. Ceratum de Galbano.
IV. Ceratum è Gummi Elemi.
V. Ceratum Nigrum.
VI. Ceratum Oxylaeum.
VII. Ceratum Refrigerans.
VIII. Ceratum Spermatis Ceti.
IX. Ceratum ad Tophos.
CHAP. LXXVI. OF CERE-CLOTHS.
I. The White Cere-cloth.
2. The Green Cere-cloth.
3. The Galbanum-Cerate.
4. The Cerate of Gum Elemi.
5. The Black Cerecloth.
6. The Soft Cerecloth.
7. The Cooling Cerecloth.
8. A Cerecloth of Sperma Ceti.
9. A Cerecloth against hard Bunchings-out.
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CHAP. LXXVII. De EMPLASTRIS.
I. Emplastrum Album.
II. Diachylon Simplex.
III. Diachylon cum Gummis.
IV. Emplastrum Epispasticum.
V. Emplastrum Febrifugum.
VI. Emplastrum de Meliloto.
VII. Emplastrum de Minio cum Sapone.
VIII. Emplastrum Mercuriale.
IX. Emplastrum Nicotianae, vel Polychrestum.
X. Emplastrum ad Strumam.
XI. Emplastrum Vulnerarium.
XII. Emplastrum Arthriticum.
CHAP. LXXVII. Of EMPLASTERS.
I. The White Emplaster.
2. Simple Diachylon.
3. Diachylon with Gums.
4. The Blistering-Plaster.
5. The Fever-frighter.
6. Emplaster of Melilot.
7. Emplaster of Red-lead with Soap.
8. The Mercurial Emplaster.
9. Emplaster of Tobacco, or Plaster of many Virtues.
10. Emplaster against the Kings-evil.
11. The Wound-Plaster.
12. The Gout-Emplaster.
ARS CHIRƲRGICA. Liber Secundus. OF DEFOEDATION.
I. Defilements, or Vices of the HAIR.
CHAP. I. CLEAVING of the HAIR.
CHAP. II. FALLING of the HAIR.
CHAP. III. FOX-LIKE SHEDDING of the HAIR.
CHAP. IV. SERPENT-LIKE FALLING of the HAIR.
CHAP. V. Of the HAIR-WORM.
CHAP. VI. Of BALDNESS.
CHAP. VII. Of HOARINESS.
CHAP. VIII. Of ELF-LOCKS, or MATTED HAIR.
CHAP. IX. Of LOƲSINESS.
CHAP. X. Of SCƲRF and DANDRIF.
CHAP. XI. Of a SCALD-HEAD.
II. Defilements, or Vices of the SKIN.
CHAP. XII. Of SƲN-BƲRNING.
CHAP. XIII. Of FRECKLES.
CHAP. XIV. Of LENTILS, or Fixed FRECKLES.
CHAP. XV. Of MOTHER-SPOTS.
CHAP. XVI. Of RED COMB.
CHAP. XVII. Of LIVER-SPOTS.
III. Defilements, or Eruptions of the SKIN.
CHAP. XVIII. Of RED PIMPLES on the FACE.
CHAP. XIX. Of MORPHEW.
CHAP. XX. Of PROFOƲND MORPHEW.
CHAP. XXI. Of the BLACK SCAB.
CHAP. XXII. Of PIMPLES.
CHAP. XXIII. Of GALLING.
CHAP. XXIV. Of the SHINGLES.
CHAP. XXV. Of WILD-FIRE.
An Appendix, concerning the Pustules of the Head.
CHAP. XXVI. Of WORMS in the SKIN.
IV. Defilements, or Vices Of SKIN and FLESH.
CHAP. XXVII. Of SCABBINESS.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of the CHIN-SCAB.
CHAP. XXIX. Of a RINGWORM.
CHAP. XXX. Of the TETTAR.
CHAP. XXXI. Of WORMS in the FEET.
CHAP. XXXII. Of WARTS.
CHAP. XXXIII. Of CORNS.
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Of a CALLƲS.
Of HORNS.
V. Of DEFILEMEMTS Ʋniversal.
CHAP. XXXIV. Of the ITCH.
CHAP. XXXV. Of the LEPROSY.
CHAP. XXXVI. Of the MEASLES.
CHAP. XXXVII. Of the FRENCH-POX.
I. Salivation by Internals.
II. Salivation by Ʋnction.
III. Salivation by Fumigation.
CHAP. XXXVIII. Of a CLAP, or RƲNNING of the REINS.
CHAP. XXXIX. Of EVIL SMELL of the BODY.
VI. Defilements, or Vices of the EYES.
CHAP. XL. Of BLISTERS of the EYES.
CHAP. XLI. Of a SWELLING in the CORNER of the EYE.
CHAP. XLII. A RƲNNING SORE in the EYE.
VII. Defilements, or Vices of TEETH and GƲMS.
CHAP. XLIII. Of DISCOLOƲRED, FILTHY, and STINKING TEETH.
CHAP. XLIV. Of CORROSION and ROTTENNESS of the TEETH.
CHAP. XLV. Of LOOSENESS of the TEETH.
VIII. Vices of HANDS, FINGERS and NAILS.
CHAP. XLVI. Of CLEFTS of the HANDS.
CHAP. XLVII. Of ROƲGH and DEFORMED NAILS.
CHAP. XLVIII. Of DISCOLORED NAILS.
CHAP. XLIX. Of CLEAVING and FALLING of the NAILS.
CHAP. L. Of a WHITLOE.
ARS CHIRƲRGICA. Liber Tertius. OF TUMORS.
I. TƲMORS arising from BLOOD.
CHAP. I. Of TƲMORS in General.
CHAP. II. Of CORPƲLENCY.
APPENDIX. Of an ATROPHIA.
CHAP. III. Of ABSCESSES, or APOSTEMS.
CHAP. IV. Of a SINUS in Tumors.
CHAP. V. Of an INFLAMMATION.
CHAP. VI. Of a BƲBO.
CHAP. VII. Of a CONTƲSION.
CHAP. VIII. Of a CARBƲNCLE.
CHAP. IX. Of a TƲMOR behind the EAR.
CHAP. X. Of PHYMA and PHYGETHLON.
De PHYMATE juxta ANƲM.
Of PHYGETHLON.
CHAP. XI. Of GANGRENE and SPHACELƲS.
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Of a SPHACELUS.
CHAP. XII. Of a FELON.
CHAP. XIII. Of a PƲSH, or BILE.
CHAP. XIV. Of CHILBLAINS or KIBES.
CHAP. XV. Of an ANEƲRYSM.
CHAP. XVI. Of VARIX.
II. Tumors arising from CHOLER.
CHAP. XVII. Of an ERYSIPELAS.
CHAP. XVIII. Of ƲLCEROƲS PƲSTƲLES.
CHAP. XIX. Of EATING PƲSTƲLES.
CHAP. XX. Of the SMALL-POX.
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The Signs of the Fluxing Kind.
III. Tumors arising from PHLEGM.
CHAP. XXI. Of an OEDEMA.
CHAP. XXII. Of the CYSTICK TƲMOR.
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TALPA, TESTƲDO, NATTA.
CHAP. XXIII. Of a WEN.
CHAP. XXIV. Of GƲMMS, NODES, TOPHS.
CHAP. XXV. Of a FUNGUS, or SPONGY FLESH.
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Of PTERYGIUM.
Of CONDYLOMA, FICUS, CRISTAE, THYMI.
CHAP. XXVI. Of BRONCHOCELE, RANULA, TONSILLAE.
The Cure of BRONCHOCELE.
The Cure of RANULA.
The Cure of TONSILLAE.
An Appendix, concerning cutting off the UVULA.
CHAP. XXVII. Of the KINGS-EVIL.
OBSERVATIONS.
IV. Tumors arising from WIND.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of the WINDY-TƲMOR.
CHAP. XXIX. Of a WINDY RƲPTƲRE.
OBSERVATIONS.
V. Tumors arising from WATER.
CHAP. XXX. Of a WATERY RƲPTƲRE.
I. Of HYDROCELE.
II. Of HYDROMPHALUS.
CHAP. XXXI. Of a WATERY TƲMOR.
CHAP. XXXII. Of the DROPSY.
I. Of ANASARCA, or, SARCITES.
II. Of an ASCITES.
III. Of a TYMPANITES.
IV. Of a Derivative HYDROCELE.
CHAP. XXXIII. Of a DROPSY of the HEAD.
VI. Tumors arising from MELANCHOLY.
CHAP. XXXIV. Of a POLYPUS.
I. Of POLYPUS.
II. SARCOMA, or Noli me tangere.
CHAP. XXXV. Of a SCIRRHUS.
CHAP. XXXVI. Of a CANCER.
I. A CANCER not Ʋlcerated.
II. A CANCER Ʋlcerated.
CHAP. XXXVII. Of a CANCER of a BONE.
CHAP. XXXVIII. Of an ELEPHANTIASIS.
CHAP. XXXIX. Of the ELEPHANTIASIS of a PART.
VII. TƲMORS, Ex Partium decidentia.
CHAP. XL. Of RƲPTƲRES.
I. Hernia Intestinalis.
II. Hernia Inguinalis.
III. Hernia Omentalis.
IV. Hernia Humoralis.
V. Hernia Seminalis.
VI. Hernia Carnosa.
VII. Hernia Ʋmbilicalis.
ARS CHIRƲRGICA. Liber Quartus. OF WOUNDS.
CHAP. I. Of WOƲNDS in General.
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section
CHAP. II. Of External VULNERARIES.
I. Pure Vulneraries.
II. Digestives, or Maturatives.
III. Sarcoticks, or Incarnatives.
IV. Epuloticks, or Cicatrizers.
CHAP. III. Of Internal VƲLNERARIES, or WOƲND-DRINKS.
CHAP. IV. Of an HAEMORRHAGE in Wounds.
CHAP. V. Of EXTRANEOƲS THINGS in WOƲNDS.
I. By the help of Medicines.
II. By the help of Instruments.
CHAP. VI. Of STITCHING WOƲNDS.
I. Stitching with the Needle.
II. Laqueation, or Dry Stitching.
CHAP. VII. Of BINDING up WOUNDS.
CHAP. VIII. Of a FLƲX of HƲMORS.
CHAP. IX. Of the SYMPTOMS of WOƲNDS.
CHAP. X. Of Curing by the SECOND INTENTION.
CHAP. XI. Of WOƲNDS of ARTERIES, and VEINS.
CHAP. XII. Of WOƲNDS of NERVES and TENDONS.
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II. Of the Puncture or Pricking of a Nerve or Tendon.
III. Contusion of the Nerves, &c.
CHAP. XIII. Of WOUNDS of the LIGAMENTS.
CHAP. XIV. Of WOƲNDS of the LIMBS.
CHAP. XV. Of WOƲNDS of the JOINTS.
CHAP. XVI. Of WOƲNDS with CONTƲSION.
CHAP. XVII. Of WOƲNDS made by Biting of VENEMOƲS BEASTS.
I. Of Biting of Wild-Beasts, and Human-kind.
II. Of the Bitings of Mad-dogs, Mad-men, &c.
III. Of the Bitings of Serpents, as Vipers, Rattle-snakes, &c.
IV. Of the Biting of the Tarantula.
V. Of the Stinging of Scor∣pions, Hornets, &c.
CHAP. XVIII. Of POISONED WOƲNDS.
CHAP. XIX. Of WOƲNDS by GƲN-SHOT in General.
I. Of Extracting the Bullet.
II. Of Proper Digestive Me∣dicaments.
III. Of Abstersives, or Cleansers.
IV. Of Incarnatives, or Flesh-breeders.
V. Of Gunshot-Wounds, with Fracture of the Bone.
VI. Of Dressing Gunshot-Wounds.
CHAP. XX. Of ACCIDENTS of Gun shot WOƲNDS.
I. Vehement Pain.
II. Inflammation.
III. Gangren.
IV. An Hemorrhage.
V. Of a Fever.
VI. Of a Delirium.
VII. Fainting and Swooning.
VIII. Convulsions.
IX. Palsies.
X. Sinuous Ʋlcers.
CHAP. XXI. Of GƲN-SHOT WOƲNDS of the THORAX.
CHAP. XXII. Of GƲN-SHOT WOƲNDS of the BELLY.
I. Gun-shot VVounds of Stomach and Guts.
II. Gun-shot Wounds of the Reins or Kidneys.
III. Gun-shot Wounds of Li∣ver and Spleen.
IV. Gun-shot Wounds of the Womb.
CHAP. XXIII. Of GƲN-SHOT WOƲNDS in the LIMBS and JOINTS.
I. The Cure of Gunshot-Wounds in the Limbs.
II. Of Gunshot-Wounds in the Joints.
CHAP. XXIV. Of BƲRNINGS and SCALDINGS.
I. Of Burning and Scalding, in general.
II. Of a light or gentle Burning.
III. Of Burnings with Gun∣pouder.
IV. Of Burning by Lightning.
V. Of Burnings of the second Degree.
VI. The Cure of Burnings of the Third and Fourth Degrees.
VII. Of Burnings of the Eyes, Face, &c.
VIII. Of Burnings of the Joints.
IX. Of Burnings in the Groin.
X. To prevent a deformed Cicatrize.
CHAP. XXV. Of WOƲNDS of the HEAD without the Scull.
I. Of Wounds of the Head in General.
II. Of Binding-up Wounds of the Head.
III. Of a Contusion of the Head.
IV. Of Wounds of the Head.
V. A Wound of the Head, with Contusion.
CHAP. XXVI. Of WOƲNDS of the TEMPORAL MƲSCLES.
CHAP. XXVII. Of WOƲNDS of the MENINGES of the BRAIN.
I. Wounds of the Dura Mater.
II. Symptoms in Wounds of the Dura Mater.
III. Wounds of the Pia Mater.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of WOƲNDS of the BRAIN.
I. The Cure of Wounds of the Brain.
II. Of the Cure of the Symptoms.
CHAP. XXX. Of WOƲNDS of the EYES.
I. Wounds of the Eye-brows.
II. Wounds of the Eye-lids.
III. Wounds of the Eye it self.
CHAP. XXXI. Of WOƲNDS of the EARS.
CHAP. XXXII. Of WOƲNDS of the NOSE.
CHAP. XXXIII. Of WOƲNDS of the MOƲTH.
I. Wounds of the Lips.
II. Wounds of the Gums or Jaws.
III. Wounds of the Tongue.
CHAP. XXXIV. Of WOƲNDS of the NECK.
I. Wounds of the Cutis and Membrana Carnosa.
II. Wounds of the Vertebrae of the Neck.
CHAP. XXXV. Of the WOƲNDS of the WIND-PIPE and GƲLLET.
I. Wounds of the Wind-pipe.
II. Wounds of the Oesophagus, or Swallow.
CHAP. XXXVI. Of WOƲNDS of the VESSELS of the NECK.
II. Wounds of the Jugular Veins, and Soporal Arteries.
II. Wounds of the Recurrent Nerves.
CHAP. XXXVII. Of WOƲNDS of the BRAST and HEART.
CHAP. XXXVIII. Of WOƲNDS of the BACK, and SPINAL MARROW.
CHAP. XXXIX. Of WOƲNDS of the LƲNGS.
CHAP. XL. Of WOƲNDS of the LIVER. and SPLEEN.
I. Wounds of the Liver.
II. Wounds of the Spleen.
CHAP. XLI. Of WOƲNDS of the STOMACH.
I. Wounds of the Mouth of the Stomach.
II. Wounds of the Ventricle, or Stomach it self.
CHAP. XLII. Of WOƲNDS of the BELLY.
CHAP. XLIII. Of WOƲNDS of the GƲTS.
CHAP. XLIV. Of ƲLCERS of the REINS.
CHAP. XLV. Of WOƲNDS of the BLADDER.
CHAP. XLVI. Of WOƲNDS of the WOMB.
CHAP. XLVII. Of WOƲNDS of the YARD.
CHAP. XLVIII. Of WOƲNDS of FINGERS and TOES.
ARS CHIRƲRGICA. Liber Quintus. OF ULCERS.
CHAP. I. Of ƲLCERS in General.
CHAP. II. Of MEDICAMENTS appropriated to ƲLCERS.
I. Repercussives, or Repellers.
II. Helminthicks, or Worm-killers.
III. Digestives, or Suppuratives.
IV. Abstersives, or Mundifiers.
V. Sarcoticks, or Incarnatives.
VI. Epuloticks, or Cicatrizers.
CHAP. III. Of SIMPLE ƲLCERS.
CHAP. IV. Of ULCERS with DISTEMPER.
CHAP. V. Of an ƲLCER with PAIN.
CHAP. VI. Of ƲLCERS with FLƲXION.
CHAP. VII. Of an ƲLCER, SORDID and PƲTRID.
I. The Cure of a Sordid Ʋlcer.
II. The Cure of a Putrid Ʋleer.
CHAP. VIII. Of an ƲLCER with TƲMOR.
I. An Ulcer, with a Phlegmon.
II. An Ulcer with an Erysipelas.
III. An Ulcer with an Oedema.
IV. An Ulcer with a Cancerous Tumor.
CHAP. IX. Of an ƲLCER with PROUD FLESH.
CHAP. X. Of a CALLOƲS ƲLCER.
CHAP. XI. Of an ƲLCER DISCOLOƲRED.
CHAP. XII. Of an ƲLCER CAVERNOƲS, or HOLLOW.
I. The Cure, without laying open the Sinus.
II. Of Dressing of these Ulcers.
III. The Cure, by Opening the Sinus.
CHAP. XIII. Of an ƲLCER with WORMS.
CHAP. XIV. Of an ƲLCER VARICOƲS.
CHAP. XV. Of an ƲLCER CARIOƲS.
I. Of Scaling the Bone by Medicaments.
II. Of Scaling the Bone by Scraping, Rasping, &c.
III. Of Scaling the Bones by the Actual Cautery.
IV. Of Dressing and Healing the Ulcer.
CHAP. XVI. Of an ƲLCER CACOETHICK, or MALIGN.
CHAP. XVII. Of an ƲLCER PHAGEDENICK.
CHAP. XVIII. Of an ƲLCER CANCEROVS.
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II. Of Lupus, the Wolf.
III. Of Noli me tangere.
CHAP. XIX. Of an ƲLCER by BƲRNING or SCALDIING.
CHAP. XX. Of an ƲLCER FISTƲLOƲS, or, of a FISTƲLA.
I. The true or absolute Cure of a Fistula,
II. The Way of removing the Callus.
III. The Palliative Cure of a Fistula.
CHAP. XXI. Of an ƲLCER GANGRENOƲS.
I. The Cure of an Ulcer Gangrenated.
II. The Cure, when Sphacelated.
CHAP. XXII. Of an ƲLCER of the HEAD.
I. Of the Dry Scald Head.
II. The Moist Scald Head, with a thin Humor.
III. The Moist Scald Head with a thick Humor.
IV. Of an Ʋlcer of the Head, from Apostemation, Contusion, &c.
CHAP. XXIII. Of an ƲLCER of the EYE.
I. Ʋlcers of the Eye, affecting the Conjunctiva.
II. Ʋlcers of the Cornea, superficial.
III. Ʋlcers deep, or piercing the Cornea.
IV. Of the Depaseent, or Eating Ʋlcer.
V. Of a Cancerous Ʋlcer.
VI. Ʋlcers in the Eyes, from the Small-Pox.
VII. Ʋlcers in the Eye, from the French-Pox.
VIII. Ʋlcers caused from a Pesti∣lential Carbuncle.
CHAP. XXIV. Of a FISTƲLA of the EYE.
CHAP. XXV. Of an ƲLCER of the NOSE.
CHAP. XXVI. Of an ƲLCER of the EAR.
CHAP. XXVII. Of an ƲLCER of the MOƲTH.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of an ƲLCER of the THROAT.
I. Of the Ʋlcers of the Uvula.
II. Of Ʋlcers of the Almonds.
III. Of an Ʋlcer of the Throat, be∣low the Uvula and Tonsillae.
CHAP. XXIX. Of an ƲLCER of the NECK.
CHAP. XXX. Of an ƲLCER of the STOMACH.
CHAP. XXXI. Of an FISTƲLA of the BREST.
I. The Cure of a Fistula of the Brest.
II. Of an Ʋlcer in the Lungs.
CHAP. XXXII. Of an ƲLCER of the BACK.
CHAP. XXXIII. Of an ƲLCER of the WOMB, and its NECK.
I. Of an Ʋlcer of the Womb.
II. Of an Ʋlcer of the Neck of the Womb.
III. The Method of Curing these Ʋlcers of the Womb, and of its Neck.
CHAP. XXXIV. Of an ƲLCER of the BLADDER.
CHAP. XXXV. Of an ƲLCER of the GROIN.
I. Of an Ʋlcer in the Groin, not Fistulated.
II. Of a Fistula in the Groin.
CHAP. XXXVI. Of an ƲLCER of the YARD.
I. Of an Ulcer External.
II. Of an Ʋlcer Internal, with Caruncles.
CHAP. XXXVII. Of a FISTƲLA of the ANUS.
I. By Deligation.
II. The Method by Incision.
III. The Application of Topicks.
IV. The Palliative Cure.
CHAP. XXXVIII. Of an ULCER and FISTƲLA in the JOINTS.
I. Of an Ʋlcer of the Joints.
II. Of a Fistula in the Joints.
CHAP. XXXIX. Of an ƲLCER of ARMS, and HANDS.
CHAP. XL. Of an ƲLCER of the THIGHS, LEGS, or FEET.
CHAP. XLI. Of ƲLCERATED PILES, or HE∣MORRHOIDS.
I. The Cure of Blind Haemorrhoids.
II. The Cure of the Bleeding Hemorrhoids.
III. The Cure of ulcerated Hemor∣rhoids, Ficus, &c.
ARS CHIRƲRGIGA. Liber Sextus. OF FRACTURES.
CHAP. I. Of FRACTURES in General.
CHAP. II. Of INSTRƲMENTS for REDƲCTION.
I. Of the Trepan, or Modiolus.
II. Hippocrates his Ambi.
III. The Glossocomon, or Com∣mander, of Galen.
IV. The Reductive Ladder.
V. The Pulley of Vitruvius.
VI. Scamnum, or the Table of Hippocrates.
CHAP. III. Of ACCIDENTS or SYMPTOMS of FRACTƲRES.
I. Of Vehement Pain in a Fracture.
II. Of an Inflammation in Fra∣ctures.
III. Of a Gangrene in Fractures.
VI. Of vehement Itching in Fractures.
V. Of Excoriation in Fractures.
CHAP. IV. Of a Simple FRACTƲRE.
I. Of Extension of the Part.
II. Of Coaptation or Conformation of the broken Bones.
III. Of Binding up the fractu∣red Part.
IV. Of Collocation, and the Po∣sture the Member is to be laid in.
CHAP. V. Of a FRACTƲRE with a WOƲND.
CHAP. VI. Of a FRACTƲRE with a WOƲND, the Bone not bare.
CHAP. VII. Of a FRACTƲRE with a WOƲND, the BONE made bare.
CHAP. VIII. Of a FRACTƲRE with a WOƲND, the Bone sticking out.
CHAP. IX. Of a FRACTƲRE DISTORTED, or ILL SET.
CHAP. X. Of FRACTƲRE with a VITIOƲS or EVIL CALLUS.
CHAP. XI. Of a FRACTƲRE with WASTING of the PART.
CHAP. XII. Of a FRACTURE of the SKULL.
I. Of Fractures of the Skull in Children.
II. Of Fractures of the Scull, in grown Persons.
CHAP. XIII. Of a FISSƲRE or CLEFT of the SKƲLL.
I. Of a Fissure or Cleft of the Skull, in the Part wounded.
II. Of a Contrafissure of the Skull.
CHAP. XIV. Of a CONTƲSION or DEPRESSION of the SKƲLL.
CHAP. XV. Of an INCISION and PƲNCTƲRE of the SCƲLL.
I. Of an Incision of the Scull.
II. Of a PƲNCTƲRE of the SKƲLL.
III. Of an Incision or Puncture of the Skull, under the Temporal Muscle.
CHAP. XVI. Of a FRACTƲRE of the NOSE-BONE.
CHAP. XVII. Of a FRACTURE of the JAW-BONE.
CHAP. XVIII. Of a FRACTƲRE of the COLLAR-BONE.
CHAP. XIX. Of a FRACTƲRE of the SHOƲL∣DER-BLADE.
CHAP. XX. Of a FRACTƲRE of the ARM.
CHAP. XXI. Of a FRACTƲRE of the ELBOW.
CHAP. XXII. Of a FRACTƲRE of the WRIST-BONES.
CHAP. XXIII. Of a FRACTƲRE of the BONES of the HAND.
CHAP. XXIV. Of a FRACTƲRE of the FINGERS.
CHAP. XXV. Of a FRACTƲRE of the BREST-BONE.
CHAP. XXVI. Of a FRACTƲRE of the RIBS.
CHAP. XXVII. Of a FRACTƲRE of the BACK-BONE.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of a FRACƲRE of the GREAT BONE.
CHAP. XXIX. Of a FRACTƲRE of the RƲMP-BONE.
CHAP. XXX. Of a FRACTURE of the HIP-BONE.
CHAP. XXXI. Of a FRACTƲRE of the THIGH-BONE.
CHAP. XXXII. Of a FRACTƲRE of the KNEE-PAN.
CHAP. XXXIII. Of a FRACTƲRE of the LEG.
CHAP. XXXIV. Of a FRACTƲRE of the FOOT.
ARS CHIRƲRGICA. Liber Septimus. OF DISLOCATIONS.
CHAP. I. Of DISLOCATIONS in General.
CHAP. II. Of a SIMPLE DISLOCATION.
CHAP. III. Of a DISLOCATION, with PAIN and INFLAMMATION.
CHAP. IV. Of a DISLOCATION with a WOƲND.
CHAP. V. Of a DISLOCATION with a FRACTƲRE.
CHAP. VI. Of a DISLOCATION with CONVƲLSIONS.
CHAP. VII. Of a DISLOCATION with a CALLUS, or an OLD LƲXATION.
CHAP. VIII. Of a DISLOCATION REDƲCED, FALLING OƲT again.
CHAP. IX. Of a DISLOCATION of the NOSE-BONE.
CHAP. X. Of a DISLOCATION of the JAW-BONE.
CHAP. XI. Of a DISLOCATION of the COLLAR-BONE.
CHAP. XII. Of a DISLOCATION of the NECK BONES.
CHAP. XIII. Of a DSLOCATION of the BACK-BONES.
CHAP. XIV. Of a BƲNCHED, or CROOKED BONE.
CHAP. XV. Of a DISLOCATION or SINKING of the STERNON.
CHAP. XVI. Of a DISLOCATION of the RIBS.
CHAP. XVII. Of a DISLOCATION of the OS SA∣CRƲM, and RƲMP-BONE.
CHAP. XVIII. Of a DISLOCATION of the SHOƲLDER-BONE.
CHAP. XIX. Of a DISLOCATION of the ELBOW BONE.
CHAP. XX. Of a DISLOCATION of the WRIST and HAND.
CHAP. XXI. Of a DISLOCATION of the FINGERS.
CHAP. XXII. Of a DISLOCATION of the HIP or THIGH BONE.
CHAP. XXIII. Of a DISLOCATION of the KNEE-PAN.
CHAP. XXIV. Of a DISLOCATION of the KNEE, or BONES of the LEG.
CHAP. XXV. Of the DIVƲLSION of the BONES of the LEG.
CHAP. XXVI. Of a DISLOCATION of the ANKLE.
CHAP. XXVII. Of a DISLOCATION of the HEEL-BONE.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of a DISLOCATION of the BONES of the FOOT.
The CONCLUSION.
THE CONTENTS.
LIBER PRIMUS. Of Instruments and Operations.
I. Of INSTRUMENTS.
II. Of OPERATIONS.
I. SYNTHESIS.
II. DIAERESIS.
III. EXAERESIS.
IV. APHAERESIS.
V. DIARTHROSIS.
VI. PROSTHESIS.
VII. REPORTS.
VIII. EMBALMING.
IX. MEDICAL STORE, Or, Pharmacopoeia Chirurgica.
LIBER SECUNDUS. OF DEFOEDATION.
I. DEFILEMENTS, or VICES of the HAIR.
II. DEFILEMENTS, or VICES of the SKIN.
III. DEFILEMENTS, or ERU∣PTIONS of the SKIN.
IV. DEFILEMENTS, or VICES of SKIN and FLESH.
V. Of DEFILFMENTS UNIVERSAL.
VI. DEFILEMENTS, or VICES of the EYES.
VII. DEFILEMENTS, or VICES of TEETH and GUMS.
VIII. VICES of HANDS, and NAILS.
LIBER TERTIUS. OF TUMORS.
I. TUMORS arising from BLOOD.
II. TUMORS arising from CHOLER.
III. TUMORS arising from PHLEGM.
IV. TUMORS arising from WIND.
V. TUMORS arising from WATER.
VI. TUMORS arising from MELANCHOLY.
VII. TƲMORS, ex PARTIUM Decidentia.
LIBER QUARTUS. OF WOUNDS.
LIBER QUINTUS. OF ULCERS.
LIBER SEXTUS. OF FRACTURES.
LIBER SERTIMUS. OF DISLOCATIONS.
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