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9004107851
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Guigonis De Caulhiaco,Michael R. McVaugh
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Brill Academic Pub (December 1, 1996)
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This article is about the Chirurgia magna attributed to Guy de Chauliac. For the Practica or Ars completa totius Chirurgiae also known by the name Chirurgia magna, see Lanfranc of Milan. Chirurgia magna (Latin for "Great Surgery"), fully titled the Inventarium sive chirurgia magna (Latin for "The Inventory, or the Great Surgery"), is a guide to surgery and practical medicine completed in 1363. Publisher: Brill (1 December 1996), ISBN 978-9004107069.

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About the Author: Michael R. McVaugh, P. 1965) in History (Princeton University) is Wiliam Smith Wells Professor of History at the University of North Carolina. He has published extensively on late medieval medicine, including Medicine Before the Plague (Cambridge, 1993). Bibliographic Details.

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Similar books and articles. Arnaldi de Villanova Opera Medica Omnia. Volume II: Aphorismi de Gradibus by Michael R. McVaugh. Anglo-Norman Medicine. Volume 1: Roger Frugard's Chirurgia and the Practica Brevis of Platearius by Tony Hunt. John Scarborough - 1995 - Isis: A Journal of the History of Science 86:477-478. Michael Mcvaugh - 1994 - Isis: A Journal of the History of Science 85:631-632. Arnald of Villanova and Bradwardine's Law. Michael McVaugh - 1967 - Isis: A Journal of the History of Science 58 (1):56-64. Medicine in Medieval England by C. H. Talbot. Like an inventory of goods for his heirs". Thus Guy de Chauliac described his book on surgery (completed 1363), which marks the culmination of a medieval tradition of writings on surgery, being the most complete and most scholarly work in the genre.

The first of these volumes offers a text of the last and greatest surgical encyclopedia of the Middle Ages (1363); the second analyzes its construction from earlier sources. The text itself covers anatomy and the treatment of wounds, ulcers, fractures, dislocations, and a variety of other conditions and diseases, including not just surgical but medical procedures, which it discusses within a broad framework of medical (physiological and pathological) learning. In the commentary volume, the author's more than 3000 references to older medical authorities are traced to their sources and their use is discussed. Together, the volumes illuminate the culmination of medieval surgery and its techniques in an academic setting and furnish a kind of chrestomathy of the whole range of literature known and cited in medieval medical faculties.