Gilbertus Anglicus, Medicine, of the Thirteenth Century

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Pub. posthumously for private distribution by the Cleveland medical library association, 1918 - Medicine, Medieval - 77 pages
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Page 17 - For the roots of the present lie deep in the past, and nothing in the past is dead to the man who would learn how the present comes to be what it is.
Page 56 - Vena tota sumatur (suatur) cum acu, ita quod vena non perforetur, et ex alia parte acus cum filo ei inhaerente...
Page 17 - Wei knew he the olde Esculapius, And Deyscorides, and eek Rufus, Olde Ypocras, Haly, and Galyen, Serapion, Razis, and Avycen, Averrois, Daniascien, and Constantyn, Bernard, and Gatesden, and Gilbertyn.
Page 77 - No one can be a good physician who has no idea of surgical operation, and the surgeon is nothing if ignorant of medicine. In a word, one must be familiar with both departments of Medicine.
Page 77 - ... which he was president. This entailed two addresses; the first his presidential discourse, "The physician and the surgeon," in which he expanded upon the old theme originally developed in his "Realignments" address in 1913. He opened his speech with an apt paragraph from Gilbertus Anglicus beginning, "Why, in God's name, in our days is there such a great difference between the physician and surgeon?
Page 14 - His civic honors furnished proof of the high esteem in which he was held by his contemporaries.
Page 13 - ... the association; and all physicians and surgeons interested in children are invited to attend the meeting. Its objects are the study, the teaching and the practice of pediatrics.
Page 77 - No one can be a good physician who has no idea of surgical operations, and a surgeon is nothing if ignorant of medicine.
Page 36 - ... brings into strong relief certain common and typical - influences which tend to prevent the relationship between children and their parents from being a source of unadulterated benefit to both, as it should be, but, on the contrary, to make it, in some respects, a source of temptations and conflicts of which the best that can be said is that they are not without their compensations. This lady came to me for the first time about five years ago, when forty-nine years, old, "not as a very sick person...
Page 15 - June 14, the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That in the death of Abraham Schwarz, this lodge laments the loss of a brother who was ever ready to help the needy.

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