An important, 16th-century medical treatise by Orazio Augenio! 'De Ratione Curandi' includes a wide variety of medical topics but most famously covers the use and benefits of bloodletting. Known as one of the best Italian physicians of the Renaissance, Augenio incorporated his fondness of Galen into his philosophy-based practice – practices that regularly treated the plague and neuropathology.
Item number: #7490
De ratione curandi per sanguinis missionem, libri decem: in quibus extirpatis erroneis opinionibus passim hodie apud nonnullos vigentibus, omnia ad hoc argumentum pertinentia, secundum Galeni doctrinam explanantur
Taurini [Turin]: Apud Io. Baptistam Ratterium, 1584.
Collation: Complete with all text pages
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o Signatures: a-d4 2d4 e4 f2 A-Z4 2A-2Z4 3A-3N4 3O2
References: USTC 811410; Edit16 3374; not in Adams or BMC;
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