Theatrum tabidorum or, the nature and cure of consumptions, whether a phthisick, an atrophy, or an hectick, with preliminary exercitations by Christopher Bennet

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Statementby Christopher Bennet, ... translated into English.
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Pagination[16],224,209-236,[4]p.,plate ;
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Title(s): Theatrum tabidorum; sive, Phtiseos, atrophiae, et. One of the Landmarks in Medical Progress KIRCHER, Athanasius. Scrutinium Physico-Medicum Contagiosae Luis, Quae Dicitur Pestis Leipzig, apud haered: Schurer & Gotzii, bound with DEUSING, Anton.

Gemina de Peste Prior an Contagiosa Pestis Sit. Groninge: Francisci Bronchorstii, And BENEDICTUS, Christ. Tabidorum Theatrum Francoiurti: Georgii Fickwirtti. Works. Bennet is known for his treatise on consumption, Theatri Tabidorum Vestibulum.

It deals with various forms of wasting disease, concentrating more with what would be now called pathology than on treatment. It makes constant reference to cases observed and to dissections, rather than to authority. The book gives the first illustration of an inhaler (the term itself was due to John Mudge.

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Bennet's Tabidorum theatrum () Christopher Bennet's Theatri tabidorum vestibulum was first published in It was reprinted in as the first part of Tabidorum theatrum: sive Pthisios, atrophiae, & hecticae xenodochium, and Nidd bought this in the year of publication and annotated it extensively (WL S).Author: C.

Preston. His only other publication is a congratulatory Latin poem to his friend Christopher Bennet, printed in the ‘Theatrum Tabidorum’ in He resigned on 11 Dec.owing to ill-health, the office of elect, which he had held in the College of Physicians since 5 Sept.

He died on 22 Jan. and was buried at Ruislip, Middlesex. Book or Manuscript: Bennet, Christopher () Tabidorum theatrum, sive phtiosis, atrophiae et hecticae xenodochium [or the nature and cure of consumption or tuberculosis] [by Christopher Bennet, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London].

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