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The French pox, with all its kinds, causes, signs and prognosticks

Gideon Harvey

The French pox, with all its kinds, causes, signs and prognosticks

also the running of the reins, shanker, bubo, gleets, and their cures : and what is the chief, an appendix of new observations never yet discovered by any : all comprised in this fifth edition of Little Venus unmask"d

by Gideon Harvey

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Published by Printed for James Partridge, and sold at his shop ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Syphilis -- Early works to 1800,
  • Gonorrhea -- Early works to 1800,
  • Medicine -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLittle Venus unmask"d
    Statementby G. Harvey ..
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1635:42
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[8], 218, [1] p
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15043654M

      The Great Pox―commonly known as the French disease―brought a different kind of horror: instead of killing its victims rapidly, it endured in their bodies for years, causing acute pain, disfigurement, and ultimately an agonizing death. In this new study, three experts explore the impact of the new plague and society's reaction to its : Jon Arrizabalaga, John Henderson, Roger French. The French for chicken pox is varicelle. Find more French words at !

    French words for pox include vérole, variole, petit vérole and vérolé. Find more French words at ! This article reconstructs the diagnostic act of the French pox in the French-disease hospital of sixteenth-century Augsburg. It focuses on how the participants in the clinical encounter imagined the configuration of the pox and its localization in the human body. Of central importance for answering this question is the early modern conception of physical signs.

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The French pox, with all its kinds, causes, signs and prognosticks: also the running of the reins, shanker, bubo, gleets, and their cures: and what is the chief, an appendix of new observations never yet discovered by any: all comprised in this fifth edition of Little Venus unmask'd.

Little Venus unmask'd: the seventh edition. Being a discourse of the French pox, with all its kinds, causes, signs and prognosticks.

Also the running of the reins. Get this from a library. Little Venus unmask'd. The sixth edition. Being a discourse of the French Pox, with all its kinds, causes, signs and prognosticks.

Also the running of the reins, shanker, bubo, gleets, with their cures. And what is the chief, an appendix of new observations never yet discovered by any. By G.H.M.D. [Gideon Harvey]. Little Venus unmask'd.: the seventh edition.

Being a discourse of the French pox, with all its kinds, causes, signs and prognosticks. Also the running of the reins, Shanker, Bubo, Gleets, &c. with their Cures ; whereby a Patient may easily discover the nature and degree of his Disaster, and if not very inveterate, or malignant, may Cure himself beyond any Apothecary or Surgeon.

The French Pox Why they called it French is because of a notorious outbreak of it in the French army, but you may know that this phrase referes to the dreaded Syphilis. The disease is thought to have reached Europe from America, via Columbus's ships. Pox disease, any of a complex of viral diseases in human beings and domestic animals, marked chiefly by eruptions of the skin and mucous membranes.

Sheep pox and rabbit pox are spread by airborne infectious particles that are inhaled. Horse pox, fowl pox, and mouse pox usually are spread by skin contact. Cowpox (vaccinia) and pseudocowpox (paravaccinia), localized on the udder and teats of.

A century and a half after the Black Death killed over a third of the population of Western Europe, a new plague swept across the continent. The Great Pox - commonly known as the French Disease - brought a different kind of horror: instead of killing its victims rapidly, it endured in their bodies for years, causing acute pain, disfigurement and ultimately an agonising death.

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum subspecies pallidum. The signs and symptoms of syphilis vary depending in which of the four stages it presents (primary, secondary, latent, and tertiary).

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The meaning of signs: diagnosing the French pox in early modern Augsburg. Stein CL(1). Author information: (1)History Department, Warwick University, Coventry, UK. @ This article reconstructs the diagnostic act of the French pox in the French-disease hospital of sixteenth-century Augsburg.

The disease may occur in any age of bird, at any time. Avian pox is caused by a virus of which there are at least three different strains or types; fowl pox virus, pigeon pox virus and canary pox virus.

Although some workers include turkey pox virus as a distinct strain, many feel that is identical to fowl pox. Definition of french pox in the dictionary.

Meaning of french pox. What does french pox mean. Information and translations of french pox in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Chicken pox is a common illness in North America that afflicts almost 90 percent of individuals (mostly children) who come into contact with the varicella-zoster (herpes) virus.

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