LANFRANC OF MILAN, Guido [Lanfranchi, Lanfranco, Lanfrancus Mediolanensis]
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La chirurgie da Lanfranc traduit du latin par Guillaume Yvoire.Lyon: Jean de la Fontaine, 1490.
Lanfranc, the founder of French surgery, was a pupil of William of Salicet. He enjoyed a great reputation for his lecturing and bedside teaching. His Chirurgia magna was completed in 1296. According to Hirsch and others it was first published in Venice in 1490, but no copy of this edition has been traced. Above is a French translation; an English version appeared in 1565. Lanfranc was the first surgeon to describe cerebral concussion and to distinguish between simple hypertrophy and cancer of the breast. He wrote a Chirurgia parva about 1295. ISTC No. il00051000. Very rare. The ISTC cites only 3 copies: Paris BnF, Torino N, New York, NYAM.
Subjects: MEDIEVAL MEDICINE , MEDIEVAL MEDICINE › France, NEUROSURGERY › Head Injuries, ONCOLOGY & CANCER
Chirurgia. Add: Brunus Longoburgensis: Chirurgia magna et minor; Bonaventura de Castello: Recepta aquae balnei de Porrecta; Theodoricus Cerviensis: Chirurgia; Rolandus: Libellus de chirurgia; Lanfrancus Mediolanensis: Chirurgia; Rogerius: Practica; Leonardus Bertapalia: Recollectae super quarto libro Avicennae.Venice: Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus, 1498.
This late 15th century edition of the surgery of Guy de Chauliac also contained the first printed editions of various lesser-known medieval surgeries such as those by Bruno da Longoburgo and Leonardo Bertapaglia. It also also contained Recepta aque balnei de Porrecta by Bonventura Castelli. ISTC No. ig00558000.
Subjects: MEDIEVAL MEDICINE › France, MEDIEVAL MEDICINE › Italy, NEUROSURGERY › Head Injuries, SURGERY: General , THERAPEUTICS › Balneotherapy
Lanfrank's "Science of Cirurgie." Edited from the Bodeian Ashmole MS. 1396 (ab. 1380 A.D.) and the British Museum Additional MS. 12, 056 (ab. 1420 A.D.) by Robert v. Fleischhacker.London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co, 1894.
Digital facsimile from the Internet Archive at this link.
Subjects: MEDIEVAL MEDICINE › England, MEDIEVAL MEDICINE › Italy, SURGERY: General