De succo pancreatico: or, A physical and anatomical treatise of the nature and office of the pancreatick juice

Publication Date1676
Remaindershewing its generation in the body, what diseases arise by its vitiation; from whence in particular, by plain and familiar examples, is accurately demonstrated, the causes and cures of agues, or intermitting feavers, hitherto so difficult and uncertain: with sundry other things worthy of note. Written by D. Reg. de Graaf, physician of Delph, and translated by Christopher Pack, Med. Lond
Extent[24], 151, [17] p., [3] leaves of plates (2 folded)
Publisherprinted for N[athaniel]. Brook at the Angel in Cornhil near the Royal Exchange



MoEML Location(s)

Sat Sep 23 12:39:27 CDT 2023