|Author:||Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699?|
|Title:||Morbus polyrhizos et polymorphæus. A treatise of the scurvy. Examining opinions and errors, concerning the nature and cure of this disease. Establishing a method for prevention and cure, founded upon other principles; concordant with reason, verified by practice. By Everard Maynwaringe Doctor in Physick.|
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Morbus polyrhizos et polymorphæus. A treatise of the scurvy. Examining opinions and errors, concerning the nature and cure of this disease. Establishing a method for prevention and cure, founded upon other principles; concordant with reason, verified by practice. By Everard Maynwaringe Doctor in Physick.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699?
London: printed by R.D. for T. Basset under S. Dunstans Church in Fleetstreet, 1665.
|Alternate titles:||Treatise of the scurvy. Anticorbutick medecines.|
"Anticorbutick medecines" has separate title page dated 1664; register is continuous; pagination more or less continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Scurvy -- Early works to 1800.
To The Right Honourable MOƲNTAGƲE BERTIE Earl of Lindsey, Lord Great Chamberlain of England, of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councel, Knight of the most Noble order of the Garter, &c.
Viro Doctissimo, Amico suo singulari D. Dri. Everardo Maynwaringe Medico Peritissimo.
NAMES Given to the SCURVEY.
How to discern the Scurvey in its va∣rious signs, symptoms or products, and complications with other infirmities.
Examination of opinions concerning the nature of the Scurvy.
What the Scurvy is, its essential con∣stitutive Causes and manner of Generation.
Preservation from the Scurvy, and to be observed in the Scurvy.
Determinations of the Scurvy con∣cerning the difficulty and fa∣cility of the Cure.
The Therapeutick or Curative part examined.
The Catholick Elixir.
Of Diseases and Medicines.