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By Celsus, W. G. Spencer

ISBN-10: 0674993705

ISBN-13: 9780674993709

A. Cornelius Celsus used to be writer, most likely in the course of the reign of the Roman Emperor Tiberius (14–37 CE), of a common encyclopaedia of agriculture, drugs, army arts, rhetoric, philosophy, and jurisprudence, in that order of matters. Of all this nice paintings there survives basically the eight books on drugs (De Medicina). publication I: after a superb survey of Greek colleges (Dogmatic, Methodic, Empiric) of drugs come brilliant dietetics or wellbeing and fitness maintenance with a view to regularly be appropriate. e-book II: bargains with analysis, analysis of indicators (which he stresses strongly), and basic therapeutics. e-book III: inner illnesses: fevers and common illnesses. publication IV: neighborhood physically illnesses. subsequent come pharmacological books, publication V: remedy via medicinal drugs of basic ailments; and publication VI: of neighborhood ailments. booklet VII and e-book VIII take care of surgical procedure; those books include debts of many operations, together with amputation. Celsus used to be now not a qualified health care provider of medication or a health practitioner, yet a pragmatic layman whose On drugs, written in a transparent and neat kind, for lay readers, is partially as a result of the his clinical remedy of his family (slaves incorporated) and partially a presentation of knowledge received from many Greek specialists. From no different resource will we examine lots of the of clinical technology as much as his personal time. The Loeb Classical Library version of Celsus is in 3 volumes.

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Ganglia are mostly resistant atheromata have porridge-like contents meliceris has a more fluid humour, and so it fluctuates when pressed upon a steatoma contains a kind of fat. This last spreads most widely and loosens all the skin over it so that it is flaccid, although in the others the skin is more tense. " Then as soon as the white and tight coat is seen, it is to be separated from the skin and flesh by the handle of the scalpel, and turned out together with its contents. But if muscle adheres to the deeper part of the tunic, lest it should be injured, only the superficial part of the tunic is to be cut away, and the deeper part left in position.

P. 332, note 6. BOOK VII. 7. 4 B-E ends of the thread, and raises up the pterygium by he now separates any part of it which adheres to the eyeball by the handle of the scalpel until the angle is reached next by alternately pulling and slackening the thread, he is able to discover the beginning of the pterygium and the end of the angle. * Therefore the true edge of the angle must certainly be observed and when this has been clearly determined, after the pterygium has been drawn forward just enough, the scalpel is to be used, then that little membrane is to be so cut away as not to injure the angle in any way.

7. 1 B. BOOK VII. 6. 2-7. 1 porridge or something like grazed cartilage or bruised and bloody flesh, and the contents generally vary in colour. Ganglia are mostly resistant atheromata have porridge-like contents meliceris has a more fluid humour, and so it fluctuates when pressed upon a steatoma contains a kind of fat. This last spreads most widely and loosens all the skin over it so that it is flaccid, although in the others the skin is more tense. " Then as soon as the white and tight coat is seen, it is to be separated from the skin and flesh by the handle of the scalpel, and turned out together with its contents.

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