Conspectus medicinae theoreticae

or, A view of the theory of medicine. In two parts. Part I. Containing physiology and pathology. Part II. Containing therapeutics. Translated from the original Latin.
  • 446 Pages
  • 3.25 MB
  • English
Stirling & Kennedy , Edinburgh
Other titlesA view of the theory of medicine
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 446 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18833026M

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The book was. Besides his Conspectus medicinae theoreticae, published in as a text-book for his lectures on the institutes, Dr Gregory was the author of “A Theory of the Moods of Verbs,” published in the Edin. Phil.

Trans. (), and of Literary and Philosophical Essays, published in two volumes in A literal translation of those parts of Gregory's Conspectus medicinae theoreticae and Celsus De medicina: which have been fixed upon by the Court of Apothecaries for the examination of candidates / by S.

Leach Gregory, James, [ Book: ] At Monash Uni Library. Author(s): Gregory,James,; U.S. Naval Museum of Hygiene, Title(s): Conspectus medicinae theoreticae, or, a view of the theory of medicine/ by the late James Gregory ; translated from the original Latin. Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: Edinburgh: Printed for Stirling & Slade, His Conspectus Medicinae Theoreticae (widely read in its day) was published in He disliked 'meddlesome medicine', believed in fresh air and exercise, and was an able lecturer.

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little on medicine, though his Conspectus Medicinae Theoreticae waslongused as a, textbook, passing through many editions and being translated into English and several other languages. He was also the author of a Theory of Moods andl Verbs () and of Philosophical awnd Literary Essays ().

Moreover he posed and.Besides his Conspectus medicinae theoreticae, published in as a text-book for his lectures on the institutes, Dr Gregory was the author of "A Theory of the Moods of Verbs," published in the Edin. Phil. Trans. (), and of Literary and Philoso p hical.

GREGORY, JAMES (–), professor of medicine at Edinburgh University, son of John Gregory () [q.v.], was born at Aberdeen in January