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Medicina statica: being the aphorisms of Sanctorius translatedinto English, with large explanations. To which is added, Dr. Keil"s Medicina statica Britannica, with comparative remarks and explanations. As also Medico-physical essays on I. Agues. II. Fevers. III. An elastick fibre. IV. The gout.V. The leprosy. VI. King"s evil. VII. Venereal disease. by Santorio Santorio

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Published by J. Osborn (etc.) in London .
Written in English


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Paginationviii, 463, (17) p. : illus ;
Number of Pages463
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Open LibraryOL19625214M

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