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Dr. Gregorys conspectus medicinae theoreticae

embracing pathology and physiology, with the original text, an ordo verborum, and literal translation

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        StatementJ. Churchill
        PublishersJ. Churchill
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        LC Classifications1855
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 74 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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        ISBN 10nodata
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A Shetland minister, the Rev John Mill, either saw, or read about, one of Lunardi's Scottish Ascents and recorded in his Diary:'A French man [sic] called Lunardi fled over the Firth of Forth in a Balloon, and lighted in Ceres parish, not far from Cupar, in Fife; and O! Hinc intelligitur, cur in plerisque morbis acutis corporis quies adeo necessaria sit ; cur in tot aliis crebra exerdtatio optimum remedium.

Hujusmodi distentio datur, imprimis, ipsis quibus adnectuntur crescentibus ossibus ; tum quoque actione musculorum oppositorum, recipro- eonim ; tum porro pondere partium quarundam quas musculi sustinent ; et denique plenitudine cavorum organorum aut viscerum, quas musculi circundant, vel quibuscum quivis modo connectuntur.

Omnis dbus vel ex animalibus vel ex fiiigibus derivatur.

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Res igitur haud levis momenti erit uni- uscujusque asgroti constitutionem eorporis penitus novisse. Multae quo- que, quae tactu maxime percipiuntur, qualitates cor- poris vitiatae, calor, fngus, durities vel rigiditas, moUities, humiditas, siccitas, crassitudo, tenuitas, tunior, macies, vel universi corporis vel partium singularum, omni cura observari debent.

Res vero de quibus hic agitur, sensus nimirum, tum ex- temus tum intemus, et voluntas, et conatus demum ad musculos vel artus movendos, non sunt corporeae, neque iisdem ac tales res principiis explanandas.

87 et basc inter alias causas est, cur hi judicio minus Srmo aut certo poUeaQt. Sapores alii suavissimi et gratissimi sunt; alii ingrati, vixque tolerandi. The original may be consulted at Royal College of Physicians, London. Actione igitur manducandi, et vi sol- vente humorum oris, et ventriculi, et intestinoruuj, et demum fellis, cibi in fluidam formam rcdiguntur, juvante forsitan ipsorum ad fermentescendum pro- divitate, Dr.

Gregorys conspectus medicinae theoreticae vincula adhtcsionis laxet. Strabo est, qui axes oculorum praster solitum obliquos habet, neqtie ad idem punctum directos. In febribus aUquando salutaris alvi fluxus vel penitus solvit morbum, vel eum mitiorem reddit; saepius vero nihil juvat, viresque aegri potius exhaurit, a putredine originem ducens, si neque idonea adhanc corrigendam tempestive data fuerint remedia, neque evacuantia remedia adhibita, qualia convenirent ad ventriculum et intestina liberanda plurima materia corrupta, qua in istiusmodi morbis gravari solent Denique, sunt qui habent intestina adeo debilia et mobilia ccclxiiiut a levissima causa, veluti fii- gore suscepto, aut animo prajtcr solitum commoto, vehemente alvi fluxu plectantur.

Plerosque vero homm sensuum, quatenus corporei sunt, ad scnsum tactus refefrre solemus. 271 nihil aliud est quam ejus extinctio, pariter ignotam esse plane opdrtet. Imaginatio quam memoria vividior est, et latius imperium in animum, ejusque afiectus, et 88 CONSPECTUS CAP.