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sister projects: Wikidata item.; A medical work upon small-pox, published late in the life of its author, Sir Richard its second part, it argues against the process of small-pox inoculation (i.
e., vaccination), which had been introduced formally into the United States two years prior, making it one of the earliest works of scientific literature in the history.
A treatise upon the small-pox, in two parts. Containing, I. An account of the nature and several kinds of that disease, with the proper methods of cure. A dissertation upon the modern practice of inoculation.
By Sir Richard Blackmore, Knt. TREATISE. UPON THE. SMALL-POX, In Two PARTS. CONTAINING, I. An Account of the Nature and several Kinds of that Disease, with the proper Methods of Cure.
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A treatise upon the small-pox, in two parts. Containing, I. An account of the nature and several kinds of that disease, with the proper methods of cure. A dissertation upon the modern practice of inoculation. By Sir Richard Blackmore, Knt. London: printed for John Clark. MLA Citation. Blackmore, Richard.
A treatise upon the small-pox, in. Get this from a library. A treatise of the small pox. In two parts. Part I. Containing a description both of the distinct and confluent kind ; Part II. Exhibiting histories of cases By Theophilus Lobb, M.D.
[Theophilus Lobb]. 5 A Practical TREATISE ON the Small-PoxandMeasles, HE Small-Pox are cuticular Erup-’ tions, which in few Days fuppurate, and are attended with a Fever; To thefe fome refer a KindofPuftules, M common to Children, being like the theformer in Fafhion and Size, white, without Inflammation, and ufually without Fever, fill’d witha fhining,wheyifh Humour, which in three orfourDays.
Get this from a library. A treatise upon the small-pox, in two parts. Containing, I. An account of the nature and several kinds of that disease, with the proper methods of cure. A dissertation upon the modern practice of inoculation.
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Observations in physick, both rational and practical. With treatise of the small-pox. (London, Printed for W. Innys and J. Leake, ), by Thomas Apperley, contrib.
by J. Leake and William Innys (page images at HathiTrust). Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Rao, Ayyagari Ramachandra, ; Format: Book; xxv, p. illus. (part col.) 26 cm. A Treatise of the Small-pox.
In two parts, London, Rational Methods of Curing Fevers, London, Medical Practice in curing Fevers; correspondent to rational methods, London, A Treatise on Dissolvents of the Stone, and on Curing the Stone and Gout by Aliment, London, A Practical Treatise of Painful Distempers.
With some. A treatise on cow-pox; In which the existence of small-pox, or varioloid in any form, subsequent to vaccination, is shown to arise from some the part of the vaccina to shield the system [Hibbard, David R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A treatise on cow-pox; In which the existence of small-pox, or varioloid in any form, subsequent to vaccinationAuthor: David R. Hibbard. A treatise of the small-pox and measles describing their nature, causes, and signs, diagnostick and prognostick, in a different way to what hath hitherto been known: together, with the method of curing the said distempers, and all, or most, of the best remedies: also, a particular discourse of opium, diacodium, and other sleeping medicines.
Title(s): A treatise on the small pox: in two parts / by Theophilus Lobb Edition: The second edition, corrected, with large additions.
Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: Printed for T. Woodward, and C. Davis, 1. Author(s): Blackmore,Richard,Sir, Title(s): A treatise upon the small-pox, in two parts. Containing, I. An account of the nature and several kinds of that disease, with the proper methods of.
Directions for the prevention and cure of the plague. The shortest text in the material (c. 1, words), Directions for the prevention and cure of the plague. Fitted for the poorer sort (), was written by Thomas Warton.
The text has the shortest title as well (see Image 7. As a physician and scholar, Rhazes wrote a book on smallpox and measles providing clinical characteristics of the diseases .This book was named “al-Judari wa al-Hasbah” which is translated into English as “A Treatise on Smallpox and Measles.”It was the first book which described smallpox and measles as distinct disease in late ninth and early tenth century .Cited by: 2.
A letter from Pierce Dodd, M. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London, and Physician to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, to the President of the Royal Society, concerning a person who made bloody urine in the small-pox, and recovered. Peirce Dod. Smallpox is an acute infectious disease unique to humans.
The term "smallpox" was first used in Europe in the 15th century to distinguish variola from the great pox (syphilis). Smallpox localizes in small blood vessels of the skin and in the mouth and throat. In the skin, this results in a characteristic maculopapular rash, and later, raised fluid-filled cations: Scarring of the skin, blindness.Small sinuses, with callous edges, indicated that an inflammation had existed for a long time in this organ.
Gall (in his treatise on the functions of the brain, Vol. III., p. ) has given us the history of a boy, three years old, who was strongly addicted to onanism, and in whom two thirds of the cerebellum was found to be suppurated.scrapped scabs and pus from blisters or "pox" of "good natured pox" patents, dried the preparation and introduced it to a healthy person via small cut in upper arm of leg.
the idea was to produce a mild case of small pox that would lead to a developed immunity.