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Title: Certaine vvorkes of Galens, called Methodus medendi with a briefe declaration of the worthie art of medicine, the office of a chirurgion, and an epitome of the third booke of Galen, of naturall faculties: all translated into English, by Thomas Gale Maister in Chirurgerie.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Certaine vvorkes of Galens, called Methodus medendi with a briefe declaration of the worthie art of medicine, the office of a chirurgion, and an epitome of the third booke of Galen, of naturall faculties: all translated into English, by Thomas Gale Maister in Chirurgerie.
Galen., Gale, Thomas, 1507-1587,

At London: Printed by Thomas East, dwelling betweene Paules Wharfe and Baynards Castle, 1586.
Alternate titles: Methodus medendi. Book 3-6. English Methodus medendi. Book 3-6. Certaine workes of Galens, called Methodus medendi.
Notes:
A translation, by Thomas Gale, of: Galen. Methodus medendi.
Also issued as part 3 of STC 24723: Vigo, Giovanni da. The most excellent workes of chirurgerie.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A01410.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT Honourable, Sir Henrie Neuell Knight, Lord a Burgauene, and his singuler good Lord, &c.
envoy
Thomas Gale Maister in Chirurgerie, vnto those young men which are desirous of knowledge, and are studious in the Art of Chirurgerie.
A briefe declaration, of the worthy Arte of Medicine, and of the inuenters of the same, and of the parts & names that it is de∣uided into, and to what ende it serueth.
The office of a Chirurgion, and the Instruments appertaining vnto the same Art, set forth by Franciscus Valleriolus, Medi∣cus. Anno Domini. 1562.
section
The vvordes of Iohannes Tagaltius, declared in his booke vpon the art of Chirurgerie.
Thomas Gale vnto the friendlie Reader, Salutations.
THE THIRD BOOKE of Galen, called in Greeke , in Latine, Metho∣dus Medendi.
The first Chapter.
The second Chapter.
The third Chapter.
The fourth Chapter.
The fift Chapter.
The sixt Chapter.
The seauenth Chapter.
The eight Chapter.
The ninth Chapter.
The tenth Chapter.
THE FOVRTH Booke of Galen, called in Greeke , and in Latine, Methodus Medendi.
The first Chapter.
The second Chapter.
The third Chapter.
The fourth Chapter.
The fift Chapter.
The sixt Chapter.
The seauenth Chapter.
THE FIFT BOOKE. of Galen, called in Greeke , and in Latine, Metho∣dus Medendi.
The first Chapter.
The second Chapter.
The third Chapter.
The fourth Chapter.
The fift Chapter.
The sixt Chapter.
The seuenth Chapter.
The eight Chapter.
The ninth Chapter.
The tenth Chapter.
The xi. Chapter.
The xij. Chapter.
The thirteenth Chapter.
The xiiij. Chapter.
The xv. Chapter.
THE SIXT BOOKE of Galen, called in Greeke , and in Latine, Metho∣dus Medendi.
The first Chapter.
The second Chapter.
The third Chapter.
The fourth Chapter.
The fift Chapter.
The sixt Chapter.
book
Thomas Gale vnto the friendlie Reader.
Claudus Galeni de Tumo∣ribus preter naturam.
introduction
Of Phlegmon or Inflammation. Chap. 2.
Of Apostumes which commeth to suppuration. Cap. 3.
Of Sinus or hollow Vlcers, and the cure, when it is difficill and hard. Chap. 4.
Of Fistula, Atheroma, Steatoma, and Me∣leseridis. Cap. 5.
Of Gangrena and Carbunculus. Cap. 6.
Of Cancers. Cap. 7.
Of Gangrena, which commeth after great inflamations. Cap. 8.
Of Erisipelas, Herpis, Oedema, and Syrrhus. Cap. 9.
Of Ecchymosis and blacknesse which commeth after brusings. Chap. 10.
Of Aneurisma and Spaselus. Chap. 11.
Of the setling of Melancholy. Chap. 12.
Of Phagedena, Scabie, and Lepra. Chap. 13.
Of Elephas, named Elephantiasis. Chap. 14.
Of Achoris, Myrmecia, Acrocordon, Psydrax, Epynectes, Furunculus, Bubo, Struma, and Hernia. Chap. 15.
Of Varicis, Rupturies, Inperitoneum, and Hidropsie. Cap. 16.
Of Epulides, Parulides, Thimus vua, Tonsilla, Parysthmia, Polipus, Vnguis, and Staphe∣loma. Cap. 17.
AN EPITOME VP∣pon Galens three bookes of naturall Faculties, verie necessarie for the Stu∣dents both of Philosophie and Phi∣sicke: set forth by Maister Iames Siluius, Phi∣sition.
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