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Sennert, Daniel. Nine books of physick and chirurgery
London : L. Lloyd, 1656.

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[sans numérotation] To the lovers of the study of physick, especially those who desires to attain to the true knowledge thereof
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1 The first ground or fundamentals of the whole art of physick, and chirurgery. Book I. Chap. I. Of the nature of physick
2 Chap. II. Of the division of physick
3 Chap. III. Of health
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6 Chap. IV. Of temperaments
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10 Chap. V. Of innate heat
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12 Chap. VI. Of spirits
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14 Chap. VII. Of the natural constitution of organick parts, and the common unity of parts alike, and not alike, called similar and dissimilar parts. Chap. VIII. Of the faculties of the soul, and of the differences of actions in mans body
15 Chap. IX. Of the natural faculty; and first of nutrition, and augmentation
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20 Chap. X. Of generation
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23 Chap. XI. Of the vital faculty
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25 Chap. XII. Of the animal faculty, and first of the external senses
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27 Chap. XIII. Of the internal senses
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29 Chap. XIV. Of the intellective faculty. Chap. XV. Of the desire and moving faculty
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31 The second book. Part I. Of diseases. Chap. I. Of the nature of a disease
32 Chap. II. Of the differences of diseases
33 Chap. III. Of diseases of intemperature
34 Chap. IV. Of diseases of the whole substance or of hidden qualities
35 Chap. V. Of organick diseases
36 Chap. VI. Of diseases of conformation
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38 Chap. VII. Of diseases in number. Chap. VIII. Of diseases of magnitude
39 Chap. IX. Of diseases of composition
40 Chap. X. Of diseases of solution of unity. Chap. XI. Of the accidental and common differences of diseases
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44 Chap. XII. Of the times of diseases
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46 The second book. Part II. Of the causes of diseases. Chap. I. Of the causes of diseases
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49 Chap. II. Of things which are the causes of a disease, and first of non-naturals
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52 Chap. III. Of the internal causes of diseases, and first of fulnesse of blood
53 Chap. IV. Of phlegm
54 Chap. V. Of choller
55 Chap. VI. Of melancholy
56 Chap. VII. Of the serous humour, and of wind
57 Chap. VIII. Of humours according to the opinion of latter physitians, and of chymists
58 Chap. IX. Of the generation of stones and worms. Chap. X. Of the causes of diseases, of intemperature without matter
59 Chap. XI. Of the causes of distemper with matter
60 Chap. XII. Of the causes of diseases of the whole substance
61 Chap. XII. Of the causes of organick diseases
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63 Chap. XIIII. Of the causes of diseases of solution of unity
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65 Book. II. Part. III. Of symptomes. Sect. I. Of the differences of symptomes. Chap. I. What a symptome is
66 Chap. II. Of the causes and differences of symptomes in general
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68 Chap. III. Of the differences in general of actions hindered. Chap. IV. Of the symptomes of the natural faculty
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71 Chap. V. Of the symptomes of the vital faculty
72 Of the symptomes of the external senses
73 Chap. VII. Of the symptomes of the internal senses
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75 Chap. VIII. Of the symptomes of the motive faculty
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77 Chap. IX. Of the symptomes w'erein all, of most parts of the animal actions are hurt
78 Chap. X. Of the symptome of the changeable qualities of the body
79 Chap. XI. Of the symptomes of excretions and retentions
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81 Book. II. Part. III. Of symptomes. Sect. II. Of the causes of symptomes. Chap. I. Of the causes of the symptomes of the natural faculty
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