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" For it * is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have written, as many of their disciples teach, and as all modern surgeons profess, that pus should be generated in wounds. No error can be greater than this. Such a practice is indeed to hinder nature,... "
Old-time Makers of Medicine: The Story of the Students and Teachers of the ... - Page 257
de James Joseph Walsh - 1911 - 446 pages
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The Historical Relations of Medicine and Surgery to the End of the Sixteenth ...

Thomas Clifford Allbutt - 1905 - 125 pages
...the long duration of attendances "bei der wohl rcgelmässig eintretenden Eiterung aller Wunden." " for it is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have...the conglutination and consolidation of the wound." (Book II. c. 27.) In principle what more did Lister say than this ? Henry of Mondeville made a hard...
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The Historical Relations of Medicine and Surgery to the End of the Sixteenth ...

Thomas Clifford Allbutt - 1905 - 125 pages
...the long duration of attendances "bei der wohl regelmässig eintretenden Eiterung aller Wunden." " for it is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have...the conglutination and consolidation of the wound." (Book II. c. 27.) In principle what more did Lister say than this ? Henry of Mondeville made a hard...
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Congress of Arts and Science: Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904, Volume 6

Howard Jason Rogers - 1906
...life was almost coterminous with the thirteenth century. What was Theodoric's message? He wrote thus: "For it is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have...the conglutination and consolidation of the wound." In principle what more did Lister say than this? Henry of Mondeville made a hard fight for the new...
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An Introduction to the history of medicine, with medical chronology ...

Fielding Hudson Garrison - 1913 - 755 pages
...of "coction" or "laudable pus" and stood out in his day as a sturdy pioneer of a rational asepsis: "For it is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have...disciples teach, and as all modern surgeons profess," he says, "that pus should be generated in wounds. No error can be greater than this. Such a practice...
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An Introduction to the history of medicine

Fielding Hudson Garrison - 1914 - 763 pages
...of "coction" or "laudable pus" and stood out in his day as a sturdy pioneer of a rational asepsis: "For it is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have...disciples teach, and as all modern surgeons profess," he says, "that pus should be generated in wounds. No error can be greater than this. Such a practice...
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An Introduction to the history of medicine

Fielding Hudson Garrison - 1913 - 899 pages
...of "coction" or "laudable pus" and stood out in his day as a sturdy pioneer of a rational asepsis: "For it is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have...disciples teach, and as all modern surgeons profess," he says, " that pus should be generated in wounds. No error can be greater 1 C. Singer: Proc. Roy....
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The History of Medicine in Its Salient Features

Walter Libby - 1922 - 427 pages
...wine. Theodoric is quite definite concerning the advance made at Bologna in surgery. "For," he states, "it is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have written,...the conglutination and consolidation of the wound." Both Hugh and Theodoric made use of anaesthetic sponges similar to those described by Nicholas of Salerno....
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The History of Medicine in Its Salient Features

Walter Libby - 1922 - 427 pages
...wine. Theodoric is quite definite concerning the advance made at Bologna in surgery. "For," he states, "it is not necessary, as Roger and Roland have written,...the conglutination and consolidation of the wound." Both Hugh and Theodoric made use of anaesthetic sponges similar to those described by Nicholas of Salerno....
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Annals of Medical History, Volume 2

1920
...Roger and Roland have taught and as many of their disciples are still teaching and as all modern 4 surgeons profess, that pus should be generated in...the conglutination and consolidation of the wound." Theodoric himself copies Bruno with regard to operations within the nose, and has something special...
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Great Ideas in the History of Surgery

Leo M. Zimmerman, Ilza Veith - 1993 - 587 pages
...thinkers, notably Hugh, Theordoric, and Henri de Mondeville. "For it is not necessary," wrote Theodoric, "as Roger and Roland have written, as many of their...the conglutination and consolidation of the wound." Hugh is revealed to us as a bold and imaginative surgeon. Although he follows the dictates of Galen,...
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