Athanasii Kircheri e Soc. Iesu Scrutinium physico-medicum contagiosæ luis, quæ pestis dicitur: quo origo, causæ, signa, prognostica pestis, nec non insolentes malignantis naturæ effectus, qui statis temporibus, cælestium influxuum virtute & efficacia, tum in elementis, tum in epidemijs hominum animantiumque morbis elucescunt, vnà cum appropriatis remediorum antidotis nouâ doctrinâ in lucem eruuntur

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Typis Mascardi, 1658 - Diagnostic microbiology - 252 pages
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Text was the first treatise to "state explicitly the theory of contagion by animalculae as the cause of infectious disease"; Cf. Garrison-Morton.
 

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