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Author: Salmon, William, 1644-1713.
Title: Iatrica, seu, Praxis medendi, The practice of curing being a medicinal history of above three thousand famous observations in the cure of diseases, performed by the author hereof : together with several of the choicest observations of other famous men ... : wherein for the most part you will find 1. the constitution of the body of the sick, 2. the symptoms predominant, 3. the cause of the disease, what? 4. the exact method which was taken in the cure, 5. an exact account of the medicines exhibited, with the order of their exhibition, various doses and success thereupon ... / perform'd by William Salmon ...
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Print source: Iatrica, seu, Praxis medendi, The practice of curing being a medicinal history of above three thousand famous observations in the cure of diseases, performed by the author hereof : together with several of the choicest observations of other famous men ... : wherein for the most part you will find 1. the constitution of the body of the sick, 2. the symptoms predominant, 3. the cause of the disease, what? 4. the exact method which was taken in the cure, 5. an exact account of the medicines exhibited, with the order of their exhibition, various doses and success thereupon ... / perform'd by William Salmon ...
Salmon, William, 1644-1713.

London: Printed for Th. Dawks and Langley Curtiss ..., 1681.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
Materia medica, Vegetable -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60638.0001.001

Contents
illustration
title page
THE PREFACE.
The Catalogue of the Medicaments afore specified: and the Page in Our Dispensatory where they are to be found, together with their certain Prizes by the Ounce.
dedication
The PREFACE.
The INDEX. Note. That a stands for the first Colume, and b for the second.
title page
IATRICA, seu Praxis Medendi. Salmon's HISTORY of Famous Cures. LIBER I. Of Diseases of the Head.
CHAP. I. Of the Head-ach.
The Chapter of the Head-Ach continued.
Observations out of Rulandus.
colophon
The Chapter of the Head-Ach continued.
Observations out of Zacutus Lusitanus.
Observations from Riverius.
colophon
The Chapter of the Head-Ach continued.
Observations out of Platerus.
Observations out of Hildanus.
Observations out of Forestus.
colophon
CHAP. II. Of the MEGRIM.
The Authors Observations.
colophon
The Chapter of the Megrim continued.
colophon
The Chapter of the Megrim continued.
Observations out of other Authors.
colophon
The Chapter of the Megrim continued.
colophon
The Chapter of the Megrim continued.
colophon
SCHOLIA.
colophon
CHAP. III. Of the Vertigo.
The Authors Observations.
colophon
The Chapter of the Vertigo continued.
colophon
The Chapter of the Vertigo continued.
Observations from other Authors.
colophon
The Chapter of the Vertigo continued.
colophon
The Chapter of the Vertigo continued.
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The Chapter of the Vertigo continued.
Out of Gregorius Horstius for the Vertigo.
SCHOLIA. Theoretical Considerations upon the Cure of the VERTIGO.
CHAP. IV. Of a CATARRH.
The Authors Observations.
colophon
The Chapter of the Catarrh continued.
Observations from other Authors.
colophon
The Chapter of the Catarrh continued.
colophon
The Chapter of the Catarrh continued.
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The Chapter of the Catarrh continued.
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The Chapter of the Catarrh continued.
SCHOLIA. The THEORY of the CATARRH.
CHAP. V. Of the FALLING-SICKNESS.
The AUTHORS Observations.
colophon
The Chapter of the Falling-sickness continued.
Observations from other AƲTHORS.
colophon
The Chapter of the Falling-sickness continued.
SCHOLIA. The THEORY of the EPILEPSY.
colophon
The Chapter of the Falling-sickness continued.
Indicationes Curativae.
CHAP. VI. Of CONVULSIONS.
The AUTHORS Observations.
Observations from other AUTHORS.
SCHOLIA. The THEORY of CONVULSIONS.
CHAP. VII. Of A CONTRACTION.
The AUTHORS Observations.
Observations from other Authors.
SCHOLIA. The THEORY of CONTRACTURES.
IATRICA, seu Praxis Medendi. Salmon's HISTORY of Famous Cures. LIBER II. Of Diseases of the Head.
CHAP. I. Of the Incubus.
The AUTHORS Observations.
Observations from other Authors.
SCHOLIA. The THEORY of the INCUBUS or NIGHT-MARE.
CHAP. II. Of a TREMBLING. The AUTHORS Observations.
SCHOLIA. The THEORY of a TREMOR or TREMBLING.
CHAP. III. Of the PALSIE.
The AUTHORS Observations.
Observations from other Authors.
SCHOLIA. The THEORY of a PARALYSIS or PALSY.
CHAP. IV. Of the APOPLEXY.
The AUTHORS Observations.
Observations from other AUTHORS.
SCHOLIA. The THEORY of the APOPLEXY.
CHAP. V. CORONIS OPERAE. Forasmuch as in several of the precedent Cures; especially of Grulingius, Thonerus, Platerus, Poterius, &c. several Medicaments and Compositions are mentioned which are not to be found but in their respective Works, and that, it may be, with trouble too; We thought good (that this Work might not be lame) to add the same by way of Ap∣pendix, as a Conclusion to this first Volumn of Our Observations.
The CONTENTS. LIBER I. Of Diseases of the Head.
CHAP. I. Of the Head-Ach.
CHAP. II. Of the MEGRIM.
CHAP. III. Of the VERTIGO. Pag. 65.
CHAP. IV. Of a CATARRH. Pag. 108.
CHAP. V. Of the FALLING-SICKNESS.
CHAP. VI. Of CONVULSIONS:
CHAP. VII. Of a CONTRACTION.
Chap. I. Of the INCUBUS.
CHAP. II. Of a TREMBLING.
CHAP. III. Of the PALSY.
CHAP. IV. Of the APOPLEXY.
CHAP. V. CORONIS OPERAE.
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