Image from page 340 of "Annals of medical history" (1917)

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    Identifier: annalsofmedicalh04pack
    Title: Annals of medical history
    Year: 1917 (1910s)
    Authors: Packard, Francis R. (Francis Randolph), 1870-1950
    Subjects: Medicine
    Publisher: New York P.B. Hoeber
    Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto
    Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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    A P\GE OF The Edwin Smith PapyrusThe writing is tl,e rapid cursive Egyptian hand^alled feieraHc in wlji.^ lorm. ne ma ^ ^p^^^ courtesy of The New York Historical Society.) II. Nose (Cases II-XVII).III. Mandible, Ear and Lips (Cases XVIII XXVII).IV. Throat and Neck: Cervical Vertebrae (Cases XXVIII-XXXIII). Each case is methodicall^follows: described as {u) ri(/e, alwaysbeginninii: Instructionsfor (name of ailment). 3i6 Annals oj Medical History (b) Examination, always beginning: Ifyou examine a man having ...(symptoms). (c) Diagnosis, always beginning: Youshould say concerning him A suffererwith. . .(name of trouble follows). (d) Verdict, always one of three: 1. An ailment I will treat(favorable). 2. An ailment I will contendwith (doubtful). 3. An ailment I will not treat(unfavorable). (e) Treatment. (J) Explanatory- glosses (seventy in all). Although part of the Papyrus has beenlost, nevertheless what remains exceeds inbulk all the other leading medical Papyri;Ebers, Hearst, and that

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