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[Genealogy of the Books of Practica medicinae in Europe before the End of 18th Century: From the Origin to the Disappearance].
Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi. 2015 Sep; 61(3):235-53.NI

Abstract

The Practica medicinae represented the books written in Europe before the end of 18th century that dealt with individual deseases. In total, 100 Practica books, written by 95 authors, were collected and divided into four periods from the early 11th to the end of 18th century. The first Practica book was written at the Salernitan medical school on the basis of ancient medical books in the basic style, dealing with regional deseases arranged in "a capite ad calcem" manner, as well as with the fevers. The basic style comprised a majority in the first period and decreased gradually, becoming a minority in the 3rd and 4th periods. Sennert's practica was the largest and it elaborated with precise construction. The additional categories, such as female, children, and surgical deseases increased in the later periods. Those written in non-basic style based on pathogenesis or in alphabetical order also increased in the later periods. The practica books changed slightly and gradually, indicating the essential consistency of the concepts of diseases in these periods.

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26775338

Citation

Sakai, Tatsuo. "[Genealogy of the Books of Practica Medicinae in Europe Before the End of 18th Century: From the Origin to the Disappearance]." Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi. [Journal of Japanese History of Medicine], vol. 61, no. 3, 2015, pp. 235-53.
Sakai T. [Genealogy of the Books of Practica medicinae in Europe before the End of 18th Century: From the Origin to the Disappearance]. Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi. 2015;61(3):235-53.
Sakai, T. (2015). [Genealogy of the Books of Practica medicinae in Europe before the End of 18th Century: From the Origin to the Disappearance]. Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi. [Journal of Japanese History of Medicine], 61(3), 235-53.
Sakai T. [Genealogy of the Books of Practica Medicinae in Europe Before the End of 18th Century: From the Origin to the Disappearance]. Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi. 2015;61(3):235-53. PubMed PMID: 26775338.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Genealogy of the Books of Practica medicinae in Europe before the End of 18th Century: From the Origin to the Disappearance]. A1 - Sakai,Tatsuo, PY - 2016/1/19/entrez PY - 2016/1/19/pubmed PY - 2016/2/19/medline SP - 235 EP - 53 JF - Nihon ishigaku zasshi. [Journal of Japanese history of medicine] JO - Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi VL - 61 IS - 3 N2 - The Practica medicinae represented the books written in Europe before the end of 18th century that dealt with individual deseases. In total, 100 Practica books, written by 95 authors, were collected and divided into four periods from the early 11th to the end of 18th century. The first Practica book was written at the Salernitan medical school on the basis of ancient medical books in the basic style, dealing with regional deseases arranged in "a capite ad calcem" manner, as well as with the fevers. The basic style comprised a majority in the first period and decreased gradually, becoming a minority in the 3rd and 4th periods. Sennert's practica was the largest and it elaborated with precise construction. The additional categories, such as female, children, and surgical deseases increased in the later periods. Those written in non-basic style based on pathogenesis or in alphabetical order also increased in the later periods. The practica books changed slightly and gradually, indicating the essential consistency of the concepts of diseases in these periods. SN - 0549-3323 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/26775338/[Genealogy_of_the_Books_of_Practica_medicinae_in_Europe_before_the_End_of_18th_Century:_From_the_Origin_to_the_Disappearance]_ DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -
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