Observationes Medicae  

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"And here I cannot but break out in praise of the great God, the Giver of all good things, who hath granted to the human race, as a comfort in their afflictions, no medicine of the value of opium, either in regard to the number of diseases that it can control, or its efficiency in extirpating them." --Thomas Sydenham, Observationes Medicae, 1676

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Observationes medicae circa morborum acutorum historiam et curationem (1676) is a text by Thomas Sydenham. Its English title is Medical Observations Concerning the History and Cure of Acute Diseases.

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