The Compleat Surgeon or, the whole Art of Surgery explain'd in a most familiar Method.
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The Compleat Surgeon or, the whole Art of Surgery explain'd in a most familiar Method.

By M. (Charles Gabriel) Le Clerc
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  • T H E
  • Compleat Surgeon:
    • O R ,
      • The whole Art of Surgery explain'd in a most familiar Method.
      • L O N D O N,
      • T H E
    • The whole Art of Surgery explain'd in a most familiar Method.
    • L O N D O N,
    • T H E
  • P R E F A C E.
    • T H E
  • Compleat Surgeon:
    • O R , T H E
    • Whole A R T
      • O F
    • O F
  • S U R G E R Y
    • Explain'd, &c.
      • C H A P. I.
      • Of the Qualifications of a Surgeon, and of the Art of Surgery.
      • C H A P.  II.
      • Of Chirurgical Instruments, portable and not portable.
      • C H A P.  III.
      • Of Anatomy in general; and in particular of all the Parts whereof the Humane Body is compos'd.
      • C H A P.  IV.
      • Of the general Division of a Humane Body.
      • C H A P.  V.
      • Of the Skeleton.
      • C H A P.  VI.
      • Of Myology, or the Anatomy of the Muscles of a Humane Body.
      • C H A P  VII.
      • Of the Myology, or Anatomy of the Muscles of the Head.
      • C H A P.  VIII.
      • Of the Myology or Anatomy of the Muscles of the Chest; or of the Breast Belly, and Back.
      • C H A P.  IX.
      • Of the Myology, or Anatomy of the Muscles of the lower Belly.
      • C H A P.  X.
      • Of the Muscles of the Omoplatæ, or Shoulder-Blades, Arms, and Hands.
      • C H A P.  XI.
      • Of the Muscles of the Thighs, Legs, and Feet.
      • C H A P. XII.
      • Of the Anatomy of the Nerves, Arteries, and Veins in general.
      • C H A P  XII.
      • Of the Anatomy of the Abdomen, or lower Belly.
      • C H A P.  XIV.
      • Of the Anatomy of the Thorax, Breast, or middle Venter.
      • C H A P.  XV.
      • Of the Anatomy of the Head, or upper Venter.
      • A
    • C H A P. I.
    • Of the Qualifications of a Surgeon, and of the Art of Surgery.
    • C H A P.  II.
    • Of Chirurgical Instruments, portable and not portable.
    • C H A P.  III.
    • Of Anatomy in general; and in particular of all the Parts whereof the Humane Body is compos'd.
    • C H A P.  IV.
    • Of the general Division of a Humane Body.
    • C H A P.  V.
    • Of the Skeleton.
    • C H A P.  VI.
    • Of Myology, or the Anatomy of the Muscles of a Humane Body.
    • C H A P  VII.
    • Of the Myology, or Anatomy of the Muscles of the Head.
    • C H A P.  VIII.
    • Of the Myology or Anatomy of the Muscles of the Chest; or of the Breast Belly, and Back.
    • C H A P.  IX.
    • Of the Myology, or Anatomy of the Muscles of the lower Belly.
    • C H A P.  X.
    • Of the Muscles of the Omoplatæ, or Shoulder-Blades, Arms, and Hands.
    • C H A P.  XI.
    • Of the Muscles of the Thighs, Legs, and Feet.
    • C H A P. XII.
    • Of the Anatomy of the Nerves, Arteries, and Veins in general.
    • C H A P  XII.
    • Of the Anatomy of the Abdomen, or lower Belly.
    • C H A P.  XIV.
    • Of the Anatomy of the Thorax, Breast, or middle Venter.
    • C H A P.  XV.
    • Of the Anatomy of the Head, or upper Venter.
    • A
  • T R E A T I S E
    • OF
      • Straps, Swathing-Bands, Bandages, Bolsters, Splints, Tents, Vesicatories, Setons, Cauteries, Leeches, Cupping-Glasses, and Phlebotomy.
      • C H A P.  XVI.
      • Of Straps, Swathing-Bands, Bandages, and Bolsters.
      • A
    • Straps, Swathing-Bands, Bandages, Bolsters, Splints, Tents, Vesicatories, Setons, Cauteries, Leeches, Cupping-Glasses, and Phlebotomy.
    • C H A P.  XVI.
    • Of Straps, Swathing-Bands, Bandages, and Bolsters.
    • A
  • T R E A T I S E
    • OF
  • Chirurgical Diseases.
    • C H A P.  I.
      • Of Tumours in general, Abcesses or Impostumes, Breakings out, Pustules, and Tubercles.
      • C H A P.  II.
      • Of the general Method to be observ'd in the curing of Tumours.
      • C H A P.  III.
      • Of Natural Tumours.
      • A R T I C L E  I.
      • Of the Phlegmon and its Dependancies.
      • R E M E D I E S.
      • Remedies for Echymoses, Contusions, or Bruises.
      • Of phlegmonous Tumors or Impostumes, and of Remedies proper for 'em.
      • R E M E D I E S.
      • A R T I C L E  II.
      • Of the Erysipelas and its Dependances.
      • R E M E D I E S.
      • Of Erysipelatous Tumours or Impostumes, and their Remedies.
      • A R T I C L E  III.
      • Of the Oedema.
      • Of Oedomatous Tumours and Impostumes.
      • A R T I C L E  IV.
      • Of a Scirrhus, and its peculiar Remedies.
      • Of Scirrhous Tumours, and their Remedies.
      • C H A P.  IV.
      • Of Bastard or Encysted Tumours.
      • R E M E D I E S.
      • C H A P.  V.
      • Of Critical, Malignant, Pestilential, and Venereal Tumours and Impostumes.
      • C H A P.  VI.
      • Of the Scurvy.
      • A
    • Of Tumours in general, Abcesses or Impostumes, Breakings out, Pustules, and Tubercles.
    • C H A P.  II.
    • Of the general Method to be observ'd in the curing of Tumours.
    • C H A P.  III.
    • Of Natural Tumours.
    • A R T I C L E  I.
    • Of the Phlegmon and its Dependancies.
    • R E M E D I E S.
    • Remedies for Echymoses, Contusions, or Bruises.
    • Of phlegmonous Tumors or Impostumes, and of Remedies proper for 'em.
    • R E M E D I E S.
    • A R T I C L E  II.
    • Of the Erysipelas and its Dependances.
    • R E M E D I E S.
    • Of Erysipelatous Tumours or Impostumes, and their Remedies.
    • A R T I C L E  III.
    • Of the Oedema.
    • Of Oedomatous Tumours and Impostumes.
    • A R T I C L E  IV.
    • Of a Scirrhus, and its peculiar Remedies.
    • Of Scirrhous Tumours, and their Remedies.
    • C H A P.  IV.
    • Of Bastard or Encysted Tumours.
    • R E M E D I E S.
    • C H A P.  V.
    • Of Critical, Malignant, Pestilential, and Venereal Tumours and Impostumes.
    • C H A P.  VI.
    • Of the Scurvy.
    • A
  • T R E A T I S E
    • OF
      • Wounds, Ulcers, and Sutures.
      • C H A P.  I.
      • Of Sutures.
      • CHAP II.
      • Of Wounds in general.
      • R E M E D I E S.
      • C H A P.  III.
      • Of particular Wounds of the Head.
      • C H A P.  IV.
      • Of the particular Wounds of the Breast.
      • C H A P.  V.
      • Of the particular Wounds of the lower Belly.
      • C H A P  VI.
      • Of Wounds made by Guns or Fire-Arms.
      • Of the Prognostick of Wounds by Gun-shot.
      • Of the Cure of Wounds by Gun-shot.
      • Of a Burn made by Gun-Powder.
      • C H A P.  VII.
      • Of Ulcers in general.
      • C H A P.  VIII.
      • Of Venereal Diseases.
      • Of the Chaude-pisse or Gonorrhæa.
      • Of Shankers.
      • Of Bubo's.
      • Of the Pox.
      • The manner of making the Mercurial Panacæa.
      • Of the proper Composition of the Mercurial Panacæa.
      • A
    • Wounds, Ulcers, and Sutures.
    • C H A P.  I.
    • Of Sutures.
    • CHAP II.
    • Of Wounds in general.
    • R E M E D I E S.
    • C H A P.  III.
    • Of particular Wounds of the Head.
    • C H A P.  IV.
    • Of the particular Wounds of the Breast.
    • C H A P.  V.
    • Of the particular Wounds of the lower Belly.
    • C H A P  VI.
    • Of Wounds made by Guns or Fire-Arms.
    • Of the Prognostick of Wounds by Gun-shot.
    • Of the Cure of Wounds by Gun-shot.
    • Of a Burn made by Gun-Powder.
    • C H A P.  VII.
    • Of Ulcers in general.
    • C H A P.  VIII.
    • Of Venereal Diseases.
    • Of the Chaude-pisse or Gonorrhæa.
    • Of Shankers.
    • Of Bubo's.
    • Of the Pox.
    • The manner of making the Mercurial Panacæa.
    • Of the proper Composition of the Mercurial Panacæa.
    • A
    • T R E A T I S E
      • O F T H E
    • O F T H E
    • DISEASES
      • O F T H E
    • O F T H E
  • B O N E S.
    • C H A P.  I.
      • Of the Dislocation of the Bones.
      • C H A P.  II.
      • Of the Fractures of Bones.
      • C H A P.  III.
      • Of the particular Fractures of the Skull.
      • C H A P.  IV.
      • Of the Caries or Ulcer of the Bones, Exostosis, and Nodus.
      • C H A P.  V.
      • Of Cauteries, Vesicatories, Setons, Cupping-Glasses, and Leeches.
      • C H A P.  VI.
      • Of Phlebotomy.
      • A
    • Of the Dislocation of the Bones.
    • C H A P.  II.
    • Of the Fractures of Bones.
    • C H A P.  III.
    • Of the particular Fractures of the Skull.
    • C H A P.  IV.
    • Of the Caries or Ulcer of the Bones, Exostosis, and Nodus.
    • C H A P.  V.
    • Of Cauteries, Vesicatories, Setons, Cupping-Glasses, and Leeches.
    • C H A P.  VI.
    • Of Phlebotomy.
    • A
  • T R E A T I S E
    • O F
    • Chirurgical Operations.
      • C H A P.  I.
      • Of the Operation of the Trepan.
      • Of the Bandage of the Trepan.
      • C H A P.  II.
      • Of the Operation of the Fistula Lachrymalis.
      • The Dressing and Bandage of the Fistula Lachrymalis.
      • C H A P.  III.
      • Of the Operation of the Cataract.
      • The Dressing and Bandage,
      • Of other Operations in the Eyes.
      • C H A P.  IV.
      • Of the Operation of the Polypus.
      • C H A P.  V.
      • Of the Operation of the Hare-Lip.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  VI.
      • Of the Operation of Bronchotomy.
      • C H A P.  VII.
      • Of the Operation of the Uvula.
      • C H A P.  VIII.
      • Of the Operation of a Cancer in the Breast.
      • The Dressing.
      • C H A P.  IX.
      • Of the Operation of the Empyema.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  X.
      • Of the Operation of the Paracentesis of the Lower-Belly.
      • The Bandage and Dressing
      • The Operation of the Paracentesis of the Scrotum
      • C H A P  XI.
      • Of the Operation of Gastroraphy.
      • C H A P.  XII.
      • Of the Operation of the Exomphalus.
      • C H A P.  XIII.
      • Of the Operation of the Bubonocele, and of the compleat Rupture.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • Of the compleat Hernia or Rupture.
      • C H A P.  XIV.
      • Of the Operation of Castration.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  XV.
      • Of the Operation of the Stone in the Ureter.
      • C H A P.  XVI.
      • Of the Operation of Lithotomy.
      • C H A P.  XVII.
      • Of the Operation of the Puncture of the Perinæum.
      • C H A P.  XVIII.
      • Of the Operation of the Fistula in Ano.
      • C H A P.  XIX.
      • Of the Suture or Stitching of a Tendon.
      • C H A P.  XX.
      • Of the Cæsarian Operation.
      • C H A P.  XXI.
      • Of the Operation of Amputation, with its proper Dressings and Bandages.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • The Bandage commonly call'd Capeline by French Surgeons, or the Head-Bandage.
      • C H A P.  XXII.
      • Of the Operation of the Aneurism.
      • The Bandage
      • C H A P.  XXIII.
      • Of the Operation of Phlebotomy.
      • The Bandage
      • C H A P.  XXIV.
      • Of the Operation of Encysted Tumours.
      • Of Ganglions.
      • C H A P.  XXV.
      • Of the Operation of the Hydrocephalus.
      • C H A P.  XXVI.
      • Of the operation of cutting the Tongue-String.
      • C H A P.  XXVII.
      • Of the Operation of opening stopt Ductus's.
      • C H A P.  XXVIII.
      • Of the Operation of the Phimosis and Paraphimosis.
      • C H A P.  XXIX.
      • Of the Operation of the Varix.
      • C H A P.  XXX.
      • Of the Operation of the Panaritium.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  XXXI.
      • Of the Reduction of the falling of the Anus.
      • C H A P.  XXXII.
      • Of the Reduction of the falling of the Matrix.
      • C H A P.  XXXIII.
      • Of the Application of the Cautery.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  XXXIV.
      • Of the Application of Leeches.
      • The Dressing
      • C H A P.  XXXV.
      • Of the Application of the Seton.
      • C H A P.  XXXVI.
      • Of Scarifications.
      • C H A P.  XXXVII.
      • Of the Application of Vesicatories.
      • C H A P.   XXXVIII.
      • Of the Application of Cupping-Glasses.
      • C H A P.  XXXIX.
      • Of the opening of Abcesses or Impostumes.
      • A
    • C H A P.  I.
    • Of the Operation of the Trepan.
    • Of the Bandage of the Trepan.
    • C H A P.  II.
    • Of the Operation of the Fistula Lachrymalis.
    • The Dressing and Bandage of the Fistula Lachrymalis.
    • C H A P.  III.
    • Of the Operation of the Cataract.
    • The Dressing and Bandage,
    • Of other Operations in the Eyes.
    • C H A P.  IV.
    • Of the Operation of the Polypus.
    • C H A P.  V.
    • Of the Operation of the Hare-Lip.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  VI.
    • Of the Operation of Bronchotomy.
    • C H A P.  VII.
    • Of the Operation of the Uvula.
    • C H A P.  VIII.
    • Of the Operation of a Cancer in the Breast.
    • The Dressing.
    • C H A P.  IX.
    • Of the Operation of the Empyema.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  X.
    • Of the Operation of the Paracentesis of the Lower-Belly.
    • The Bandage and Dressing
    • The Operation of the Paracentesis of the Scrotum
    • C H A P  XI.
    • Of the Operation of Gastroraphy.
    • C H A P.  XII.
    • Of the Operation of the Exomphalus.
    • C H A P.  XIII.
    • Of the Operation of the Bubonocele, and of the compleat Rupture.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • Of the compleat Hernia or Rupture.
    • C H A P.  XIV.
    • Of the Operation of Castration.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  XV.
    • Of the Operation of the Stone in the Ureter.
    • C H A P.  XVI.
    • Of the Operation of Lithotomy.
    • C H A P.  XVII.
    • Of the Operation of the Puncture of the Perinæum.
    • C H A P.  XVIII.
    • Of the Operation of the Fistula in Ano.
    • C H A P.  XIX.
    • Of the Suture or Stitching of a Tendon.
    • C H A P.  XX.
    • Of the Cæsarian Operation.
    • C H A P.  XXI.
    • Of the Operation of Amputation, with its proper Dressings and Bandages.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • The Bandage commonly call'd Capeline by French Surgeons, or the Head-Bandage.
    • C H A P.  XXII.
    • Of the Operation of the Aneurism.
    • The Bandage
    • C H A P.  XXIII.
    • Of the Operation of Phlebotomy.
    • The Bandage
    • C H A P.  XXIV.
    • Of the Operation of Encysted Tumours.
    • Of Ganglions.
    • C H A P.  XXV.
    • Of the Operation of the Hydrocephalus.
    • C H A P.  XXVI.
    • Of the operation of cutting the Tongue-String.
    • C H A P.  XXVII.
    • Of the Operation of opening stopt Ductus's.
    • C H A P.  XXVIII.
    • Of the Operation of the Phimosis and Paraphimosis.
    • C H A P.  XXIX.
    • Of the Operation of the Varix.
    • C H A P.  XXX.
    • Of the Operation of the Panaritium.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  XXXI.
    • Of the Reduction of the falling of the Anus.
    • C H A P.  XXXII.
    • Of the Reduction of the falling of the Matrix.
    • C H A P.  XXXIII.
    • Of the Application of the Cautery.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  XXXIV.
    • Of the Application of Leeches.
    • The Dressing
    • C H A P.  XXXV.
    • Of the Application of the Seton.
    • C H A P.  XXXVI.
    • Of Scarifications.
    • C H A P.  XXXVII.
    • Of the Application of Vesicatories.
    • C H A P.   XXXVIII.
    • Of the Application of Cupping-Glasses.
    • C H A P.  XXXIX.
    • Of the opening of Abcesses or Impostumes.
    • A
  • T R E A T I S E
    • O F T H E
    • OPERATIONS
      • O F
    • O F
  • FRACTURES.
    • C H A P.  I.
      • Of the Fracture of the Nose.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  II.
      • Of the Fracture of the lower Jaw.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  III.
      • Of the Fracture of the Clavicle.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  IV.
      • Of the Fracture of the Omoplata or Shoulder-Blade.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  V.
      • Of the Fracture of the Ribs.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  VI.
      • Of the Fracture of the Sternum or Breast-Bone.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  VII.
      • Of the Fracture of the Vertebra's.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  VIII.
      • Of the Fracture of the Os Sacrum.
      • C H A P.  IX.
      • Of the Fracture of the Coccyx or Rump-Bone.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  X.
      • Of the Fracture of the Humerus or Arm-Bone.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  XI.
      • Of the Fracture of the Bone of the Elbow.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  XII.
      • Of the Fracture of the Carpus or Wrist-Bone.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  XIII.
      • Of the Fracture of the Bone of the Metacarpium.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  XIV.
      • Of the Fracture of the Fingers.
      • C H A P.  XV.
      • Of the Fracture of the Thigh.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  XVI.
      • Of the Fracture of the Knee-Pan.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  XVII.
      • Of the Fracture of the Leg.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • The Dressing of Complicated Fractures
      • C H A P.  XVIII.
      • Of the Fracture of the Bone of the Foot.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • A
    • Of the Fracture of the Nose.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  II.
    • Of the Fracture of the lower Jaw.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  III.
    • Of the Fracture of the Clavicle.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  IV.
    • Of the Fracture of the Omoplata or Shoulder-Blade.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  V.
    • Of the Fracture of the Ribs.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  VI.
    • Of the Fracture of the Sternum or Breast-Bone.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  VII.
    • Of the Fracture of the Vertebra's.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  VIII.
    • Of the Fracture of the Os Sacrum.
    • C H A P.  IX.
    • Of the Fracture of the Coccyx or Rump-Bone.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  X.
    • Of the Fracture of the Humerus or Arm-Bone.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  XI.
    • Of the Fracture of the Bone of the Elbow.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  XII.
    • Of the Fracture of the Carpus or Wrist-Bone.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  XIII.
    • Of the Fracture of the Bone of the Metacarpium.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  XIV.
    • Of the Fracture of the Fingers.
    • C H A P.  XV.
    • Of the Fracture of the Thigh.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  XVI.
    • Of the Fracture of the Knee-Pan.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  XVII.
    • Of the Fracture of the Leg.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • The Dressing of Complicated Fractures
    • C H A P.  XVIII.
    • Of the Fracture of the Bone of the Foot.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • A
  • T R E A T I S E
    • O F T H E
    • O P E R A T I O N S
      • Which are perform'd in
    • Which are perform'd in
  • L U X A T I O N S.
    • C H A P.  I.
      • Of the Luxation of the Nose.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  II.
      • Of the Luxation of the lower-Jaw.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  III.
      • Of the Luxation of the Clavicle.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  IV.
      • Of the Luxation of the Vertebra's.
      • The Dressing and Bandage.
      • C H A P.  V.
      • Of the Luxation of the Coccyx or Rump-Bone.
      • C H A P.  VI.
      • Of the Bunch.
      • C H A P.  VII.
      • Of the Luxation of the Ribs.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  VIII.
      • Of the Sinking of the Xiphoides, or Sword-like Cartilage.
      • C H A P.  IX.
      • Of the Luxation of the Humerus, or Arm-Bone.
      • The Dressing and Bandage
      • C H A P.  X.
      • Of the Luxation of the Elbow.
      • The Bandage
      • C H A P.  XI.
      • Of the Luxation of the Wrist.
      • The Bandage
      • C H A P.  XII.
      • Of the Luxation of the Fingers.
      • Bandage.
      • C H A P.   XIII.
      • Of the Luxation of the Thigh.
      • C H A P.   XIV.
      • Of the Luxation of the Knee.
      • The Bandage
      • C H A P.   XV.
      • Of the Luxation of the Patella or Knee-Pan.
      • A
    • Of the Luxation of the Nose.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  II.
    • Of the Luxation of the lower-Jaw.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  III.
    • Of the Luxation of the Clavicle.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  IV.
    • Of the Luxation of the Vertebra's.
    • The Dressing and Bandage.
    • C H A P.  V.
    • Of the Luxation of the Coccyx or Rump-Bone.
    • C H A P.  VI.
    • Of the Bunch.
    • C H A P.  VII.
    • Of the Luxation of the Ribs.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  VIII.
    • Of the Sinking of the Xiphoides, or Sword-like Cartilage.
    • C H A P.  IX.
    • Of the Luxation of the Humerus, or Arm-Bone.
    • The Dressing and Bandage
    • C H A P.  X.
    • Of the Luxation of the Elbow.
    • The Bandage
    • C H A P.  XI.
    • Of the Luxation of the Wrist.
    • The Bandage
    • C H A P.  XII.
    • Of the Luxation of the Fingers.
    • Bandage.
    • C H A P.   XIII.
    • Of the Luxation of the Thigh.
    • C H A P.   XIV.
    • Of the Luxation of the Knee.
    • The Bandage
    • C H A P.   XV.
    • Of the Luxation of the Patella or Knee-Pan.
    • A
  • T R E A T I S E
    • O F
    • Medicinal Compositions
      • Necessary for a
    • Necessary for a
  • S U R G E O N.
    • C H A P.  I.
      • Of Balsams.
      • The Balsam of Arcæus.
      • The Balsam of Spain.
      • The Green Balsam.
      • Samaritan Balsam.
      • C H A P.  II.
      • Of Ointments.
      • Unguentum Althææ.
      • The mundificative Ointment of Smallage.
      • The black or suppurative Ointment.
      • Unguentum Rosatum.
      • Unguentum Album, aut de Cerussa.
      • Unguentum Ægyptiacum.
      • Unguentum Basilicon, or Royal Ointment.
      • A cooling Cerate.
      • An Ointment for Burns.
      • C H A P.  III.
      • Of Plaisters.
      • The Plaister of Diapalma.
      • The Plaister of simple Diachylum.
      • The Plaister of Andreas Crucius.
      • Emplastrum Divinum.
      • C H A P.  IV.
      • Of Cataplasms or Pultisses.
      • Here is another Cataplasm proper to mollifie and to bring to Suppuration when it is necessary.
      • C H A P.  V.
      • Of Oils.
      • Simple Oil of Roses made by Infusion.
      • Compound Oil of Roses made by Infusion.
      • Oil of Sweet Almonds made by Expression.
      • The Oil of Bayes.
      • The Oil of Eggs by Expression.
      • C H A P.  VI.
      • Of Collyrium's.
      • A dry Collyrium.
      • A Blue Collyrium.
      • C H A P.  VII.
      • Of Powders.
      • A Powder against Madness or Frenzy.
      • C H A P.  VIII.
      • Styptick-Water.
      • F I N I S.
      • A
    • Of Balsams.
    • The Balsam of Arcæus.
    • The Balsam of Spain.
    • The Green Balsam.
    • Samaritan Balsam.
    • C H A P.  II.
    • Of Ointments.
    • Unguentum Althææ.
    • The mundificative Ointment of Smallage.
    • The black or suppurative Ointment.
    • Unguentum Rosatum.
    • Unguentum Album, aut de Cerussa.
    • Unguentum Ægyptiacum.
    • Unguentum Basilicon, or Royal Ointment.
    • A cooling Cerate.
    • An Ointment for Burns.
    • C H A P.  III.
    • Of Plaisters.
    • The Plaister of Diapalma.
    • The Plaister of simple Diachylum.
    • The Plaister of Andreas Crucius.
    • Emplastrum Divinum.
    • C H A P.  IV.
    • Of Cataplasms or Pultisses.
    • Here is another Cataplasm proper to mollifie and to bring to Suppuration when it is necessary.
    • C H A P.  V.
    • Of Oils.
    • Simple Oil of Roses made by Infusion.
    • Compound Oil of Roses made by Infusion.
    • Oil of Sweet Almonds made by Expression.
    • The Oil of Bayes.
    • The Oil of Eggs by Expression.
    • C H A P.  VI.
    • Of Collyrium's.
    • A dry Collyrium.
    • A Blue Collyrium.
    • C H A P.  VII.
    • Of Powders.
    • A Powder against Madness or Frenzy.
    • C H A P.  VIII.
    • Styptick-Water.
    • F I N I S.
    • A
  • T A B L E
    • O F T H E
  • C H A P T E R S
    • And of the
  • Principal Matters
    • Which are contain'd in every Chapter.
      • A Treatise of Chirurgical Diseases.
      • A Treatise of Wounds, Ulcers, and Sutures,
      • A Treatise of the Diseases of the Bones.
      • A Treatise of Chirurgical Operations.
      • A Treatise of the Operations of Fractures.
      • A Treatise of the Operations which are perform'd in Luxations.
      • A Treatise of Medicinal Compositions necessary for a Surgeon.
      • The END of the TABLE.
    • A Treatise of Chirurgical Diseases.
    • A Treatise of Wounds, Ulcers, and Sutures,
    • A Treatise of the Diseases of the Bones.
    • A Treatise of Chirurgical Operations.
    • A Treatise of the Operations of Fractures.
    • A Treatise of the Operations which are perform'd in Luxations.
    • A Treatise of Medicinal Compositions necessary for a Surgeon.
    • The END of the TABLE.
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