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Context of Ars chirurgica : A compendium of the theory and practice of chirurgery. In seven books. Containing I. The instruments and operations of the art. II. The removal of defilements. III. The cure of tumors. IV. The cure of wounds. V. The cure of ulcers. VI. The cure of fractures. VII. The cure of dislocations. Shewing the names, causes, signes, differences, prognosticks, and various intentions of curing all kinds of chirurgick diseases, from head to foot, happening to human bodies. To which is added, Phamacopœia chirurgica; or, the medical store, Latin and English: which contains an absolute sett of choice preparations or medicaments, fitted for the compleat and universal practice both of physick and chirurgery. The whole work galenically and chymically performed. The like yet never published in any language whatsoever. By William Salmon, M.D. living at the great house by Black-Friers-Stairs, London
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