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... and handbook of physiology (including the elements, temperaments and humours). Da Monte was both student (with Vesalius) and later teacher at the medical school at Padua, where his practical course marked the beginning of clinical instruction...
...FIRST EDITION of this commentary by Da Monte on Book I, fen IV, of the Canon of Avicenna, a text which Da Monte was particularly keen to promote in the curriculum at Padua. This fen is on general therapeutics. Da Monte was eager to see...