A Compleat Treatise of Preternatural Tumours; Both General and Particular, as They Appear in Humane Body from Head to Foot: To Which Also Are Added by John BrowneA Compleat Treatise of Preternatural Tumours; Both General and Particular, as They Appear in Humane Body from Head to Foot: To Which Also Are Added by John Browne

A Compleat Treatise of Preternatural Tumours; Both General and Particular, as They Appear in Humane…

byJohn Browne

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1678 edition. Excerpt: ... lea, and its several capillary vessels, with its me at us cifiicus, its form biharius, and du&us communis, framed from the separation of the gall or bilious humor from the blood, and conveying it into the intestines; and here also may we see the Almighty disposing variety of Organs for diversity of uses; and for its outward guard you may see it furnished with a Hefliy Armour made of muscles; under it the two Spermatick coats of the Peritonaeum, the enwrapping and keeping warm the parts within; these being laid bare, may we meet with a crisped kell with its curled veins covering the bottom of the stomack and keeping it warmjunder this lies the strange Series of Intestines, strangely wheeled about, contrived with much Art, and framed with variety of circles,herc lodged for fending forth with more expedition the excrements from the body: to fee such a length of intestines contracted about such a small mesentery, as it appears in its natural sight, may well challenge the greatest of admiration, how finely checquered with white & purple veins, ordered for conveighing its chyle and keeping it warm by its blood already made and elaborated; here is also a Pancreas tied to the guts, as a pillow to prop and keep up the veines arteries and nerves, as well as a juice to help forward expulsion; here also is placed the spleen, ordered to help forward concoction, furnished with arteries for drawing away its most feculent blood, to ventilate the natural heat of the spleen, and to invite a vital.faculty to it; here also are planted the kidneys, ordered for expulsion and avoiding of excreraentitious wheyisti matter, the which being altogether unprofitable for nourishment is sent from thence by the ureters into the bladder, and by the good laws of nature...
Title:A Compleat Treatise of Preternatural Tumours; Both General and Particular, as They Appear in Humane…Format:PaperbackDimensions:70 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:May 5, 2014Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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