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Rosa Anglica (Author: [unknown])

section 40


Note that there are five causes by which the matter of the disease disperses imperceptibly (i.e. the matter of the imposthume). These are, the thinness of the humours, the rarity of the member, the heat of the air, the virtue of the remedy, and the strength of the patient's vigour, as Galen says in the second book of Prognostica.