De Medicina

De Medicina
By Celsus
Edited by: W. G. Spencer (trans.)

Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard University Press 1971 (Republication of the 1935 edition).

Digital Hippocrates Collection Table of Contents

A. Cornelii Celsi De Medicina

Liber I

Liber II

Liber III

Liber IV

Liber V

Liber VI

Liber VII

Liber VIII

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Liber VIII

 [p. 586] tantum ne moveatur neve dependeat. In omnique tali morbo magnum ex longa fame praesidium est, deinde ex curatione eadem, quae proposita est (10.7D), ubi ossibus fractis vulnus accessit. Si nudum os eminet, impedimento semper futurum est: ideo quod excedit abscidendum est, inponendaque super arida linamenta sunt et medicamenta non pinguia, donec quae sola esse in eiusmodi re sanitas potest, veniat: nam et debilitas sequitur et tenuis cicatrix inducitur, quae necesse est facile noxae postea pateat.