Surgery 17th Century : The surgeons mate, or, Military & domestique surgery. : Discouering faithfully & plainly ye method and order of ye surgeons chest, ye vses of the instruments, the vertues and operations of ye medicines w[ith] ye exact cures of wounds made by gun-shott, and otherwise as namely: wounds, apostumes, ulcers, fistula's fractures, dislocations, w[ith] ye most ealie & safest wayes of amputation or dismembring, the cures of the scuruey, of ye fluxes of ye belly, of ye collicke and iliaca passio, of tenasmus and exitus ani, and of the calenture, with a treatise of ye cure of ye plague. / by John Woodall.; Woodall, John,
Surgery Experimental Early Works To 1800 : Zoologia: or, The history of animals as they are useful in physick and chirurgery. : Divided into four parts; the [brace] first treateth of the more perfect terrestrial creatures. Second third fourth of birds. fishes. insects. / By John Schroder, Dr. of physick.; Schröder, Johann,
Surgery History : Observations in defence of a bill, lately brought into Parliament, for erecting the Corporation of Surgeons of London into a college [electronic resource] : and for granting and confirming to such college certain rights and privileges : including a sketch of the history of surgery in England / by Thomas Chevalier.; Chevalier, Thomas,
Surgery Military United States Biography : Battlefield surgeon : life and death on the front lines of World War II / Paul A. Kennedy ; edited by Christopher B. Kennedy ; foreword by Rick Atkinson ; afterword by John T. Greenwood.; Kennedy, Paul A.,
Surgery Minor : Surgical procedures in primary care : an illustrated guide / Michael Bull and Peter Gardiner.; Bull, Michael.
Surgery Naval Early Works To 1800 : Abstractum chirurgiae marinae., or, An abstract of sea chirurgery: : designed for the use of such chirurgeons who desire to serve at sea, yet are unacquainted with sea practice : in order to their restoring to health of sick or wounded sea-men; but may all fitly serve for most chirurgeons. In three compendious books. The first containeth certain directions necessary to be observed by the sea-chirurgeon in his fitting out. The second teacheth how he should perform his chirurgical duty being at sea, both in an ingagement and at other times. The third instructeth how he must execute the phisical office imposed on him / by John Moyle.; Moyle, John,