Leipzig: Nicolai Scipionis, 1663.
32 pages. Slim square 4to, modern wrappers. Leipzig, (1663).
Original edition of a Leipzig academic dissertation on specific remedies especially indicated for particular diseases. The subject is discussed on a grand scale, going into the various aspects of the art of healing with references to the relevant literature from Hippocrates and Galen to contemporary authors. Harvey and the circulation of the blood are mentioned on page 24, in connection with Aselli, Wirsung, Thomas Bartholinus, Rudbeck, Quercetanus Croll, Mysicht, and others. There is a passage on the School of Salerno and a lengthy one on James Primrose and his book on vulgar errors.