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Rosa Anglica (Author: [unknown])

section 5


And Avicenna reasons in the same way with regard to the teeth and the bones; and regarding imposthumes of the brain called frenzy accordingly:354 I grant that imposthumes can be on the brain, but Serapion says they can not, for it is a soft, wet, fluid member and so does not suffer matter to remain,355 therefore imposthumes cannot be thereon.