The First Four Books of Aur. Corn. Celsus de Re Medica, with an Ordo Verborum and Tr. by J. Steggall

The First Four Books of Aur. Corn. Celsus de Re Medica, with an Ordo Verborum and Tr. by J. Steggall

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1837 edition. Excerpt: ...than that the relice of food should be succeeded by the commencing fecer; so that if the intercal be rather long, the food is to be gicen when the body is as sound as possible; if it is short, ecen before he becomes completely free from it. In the light that the sound state is (considered), in the same is the intercal, which may be cery considerable in a continued fecer. Here likewise it is inquired whether the same number of hours is to be waited for as were occupied by the fercr, or whether it is sufficient that the first part of them should be passed ocer, that it may agree more pleasantly with those persons, from whom sometime, (the fecer) is neoer absent. But It is safest first to pass by the time of the paroxysm; yet, when the fecer has been long continued, it may be allowed the patient earlier, procided that, however, one half (of the time) at least ime dictum est, sed in omnibus ita serrandum est. V. H c magis per omnia genera febreum perpetua sunt: nunc ad singulas earum species descendam. I gi tur si semel tan tum accessit, deinde desiit, eaque rel ex inguine, rel ex Iassitudine, rel ex stu, aliare simili re fuit, sic, ut interior nulla causa metum fecerit, postero die, cum tempus accessionis ita transiit, ut nihil morerit, cibus dari potest. At si ex alto calor renit, et graritas rel capitis rel pr cordiorum secuta est, neque apparet, quid corpus confuderit; quamris imam accessionem secuta integritas est; tamen, quia tertiana timeri potest, exspectandus est dies tertius: et ubi accessionis tempus pr teriit, cibus dandus est, sed exiguus; quia quartana quoque timeri potest: et die quarto demum, si corpus integrum est, eo cum fiducia utendum. Si rero postero, sola de qu-7 pwxime dictum eat, sed ita in omnibus. V....
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