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A compleat discourse of wounds, both in general and particular

Browne, John

A compleat discourse of wounds, both in general and particular

whereunto are added the severall fractures of the skull, with their variety of figures : as also a treatise of gunshot-wounds in general

by Browne, John

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Published by Printed by E. Flesher for William Jacob ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wounds and injuries -- Early works to 1800,
  • Wounds and injuries -- Treatment -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcollected and reduced into a new method by John Brown ..
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 205:6
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[9], 349, [3] p., 8 p. of plates
    Number of Pages349
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15033662M

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A compleat discourse of wounds, both in general and particular by Browne, John Download PDF EPUB FB2

A compleat discourse of wounds: both in general and in particular: whereunto are added the severall fractures of the skull, with their variety of figures. As also a treatise of gunshot-wounds in general by Browne, John, approximately Pages: BROWNE, JOHNA Compleat Discourse of Wounds both in General and Particular: Whereunto are Added the severall Fractures of the Skull, and their variety of Figures.

As also a Treatise of Gunshot-Wounds in General. London: E. Flesher for William Jacob, FIRST EDITION, 4to ( x mm.), 8 engraved plates, contemporary red morocco tooled in gilt to a. A compleat discourse of wounds, both in general and particular: whereunto are added the severall fractures of the skull, with their variety of figures: as also a treatise of gunshot-wounds in general.

An engraving by White showing injuries that can be caused by different weapons, from John Browne 's A Compleat Discourse of Wounds () Robert White (–) was an English both in general and particular book and engraver.

A Londoner, he was a pupil of David Loggan, and became a leading portrait engraver. A compleat discourse of wounds, both in general and particular whereunto are added the severall fractures of the skull, with their variety of figures: as also a treatise of gunshot-wounds in general / collected and reduced into a new Author: ca.

John Browne. Author(s): Browne,John,approximately Title(s): A compleat discourse of wounds both in general and particular: whereunto are added the severall fractures of the skull, with their variety of figures. As also a treatise of gunshot-wounds in general.

Collected and reduced into a new method. Browne, John. A compleat discourse of wounds, both in general and particular whereunto A compleat discourse of wounds added the severall fractures of the skull, with their variety of figures: as also a treatise of gunshot-wounds in general / collected and reduced into a new method by John Brown.

Printed by E. Flesher for William Jacob, London. [Wing B]. A compleat discourse of wounds:both in general and in particular: whereunto are added the severall fractures of the skull, with their variety of figures.

As also a treatise of gunshot-wounds in general; Caesaris Magati, Scandianensis, in Almo Ferrariensi Gymnasio De rara medicatione vulnerum seu de vulneribus rarò tractandis libri duo. A compleat discourse of wounds:both in general and in particular: whereunto are added the severall fractures of the skull, with their variety of figures.

As also a treatise of gunshot-wounds in general. Esther Cohen, ‘The Animated Pain of the Body’, The American Historical Review (February ),47–8; Wiseman, op. cit. (note 35), 3; John Brown, A Compleat Discourse of Wounds: Both in General and Particular: Whereunto are Added the Severall Fractures of the Skull, with their Variety of Figures.

As also a Treatise Of Gunshot-Wounds. One book in particular, a Latin treatise first published in Venice in known as the Fasciculus medicinae (Little bundle of medicine), was the first to translate the Wound Man into printed form.

The Wound Man from the Fasciculus medicinae (), Bayerische Staatsbibliothek — Source (CC BY-NC-SA ). One book in particular, a Latin treatise first published in Venice in known as the Fasciculus medicinae (Little bundle of medicine), was the.

Writing Wounds DOI. Wounds and their treatments were much discussed in medieval medical literature. Major intrusions into the theory of the continuous body, they were potential ruptures to the body’s surface that threatened the integrity of a wider scheme of biological dissolution and continuity, as addressed by classical and contemporary authorities alike.

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Researchers at Rutgers University also studied glycine and wound healing. Rats were fed diets with and without supplements of glycine plus arginine or glycine plus ornithine, and the team found that the glycine-plus-arginine combination significantly improved nitrogen retention in both the traumatized and non-traumatized rats.

THE Compleat Surgeon: OR, The whole Art of Surgery explain'd in a most familiar Method. Containing. An exact Account of its Principles and several Parts, viz.

Of the Bones, Muscles, Tumours, Ulcers, and Wounds simple and complicated, or those by Gun-shot; as also of Venereal Diseases, the Scurvy, Fractures, Luxations, and all sorts of Chirurgical.

Sliced, stabbed, punctured, bleeding, harassed on all sides by various weaponry, the curious image of Wound Man is a rare yet intriguing presence in the world of medieval and early modern medical manuscripts. Jack Hartnell explores this enigmatic figure’s journey through the centuries. By Dr.

Jack Hartnell/ Main THE COMPLEAT ENGLISH TRADESMAN, VOLUME II () THE COMPLEAT ENGLISH TRADESMAN, VOLUME II () Daniel Defoe, W.R. Owens. Defoe's era saw much popular interest in the instructional handbook and behaviour manual. Bringing together a collection of Daniel Defoe's most important and influential instructional treatises, this work serves as an.

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John Browne, in his Compleat discourse of wounds (), did not record case information with regard to wounds of the arteries in his study of.

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Public discourse requires making.Both in Walton’s original and in some of Hawkins’s footnotes, the word “curious” has its older meaning, more akin to modern “careful” (fastidious, particular).

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