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CASE43140: Horary consultation concerning Edward Gardner (PERSON30757)

Question asked by Mr Nichols (PERSON24638) on 6 April 1616 at 07:25

RN Mr Nichols of Wing for on of his fellowes \Edwards Gardiner/ growen into ye scurvy & dropsye yt before a yere sinc was recovered only by scurvygras now growen swelled his legs thighes & belly are very mutch swelled his appetite de{i}ected & 70 y cā take no purge fat corp & well coloured Ap 6 h {sic} hor. 7. 25 ant m 16i6. |breath short|

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 408, f. 51r (upper left part of page)

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CASE77396: Horary consultation concerning William Dymmingsdale (PERSON48243)

Question asked by the patient on 25 May 1633 at 09:30

RN Williā Dymmingsdale of Hutchin 58 y may 25 h {sic} hor 9 30 ant m. 1633.

Tooke a surfet a cough cānot eate nor drink but is sick after meate vntill it hath made him to cast it swelled in his belly almost every night /his thigh was broken\

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 211, p. 166 (middle centre, and bottom right parts of page)

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CASE10889: Horary consultation concerning Robert Lane (PERSON13559)

Question asked by the patient on 19 June 1600 at 15:20

RN Robarte Lane 47 \37/ yeres of Northcrowly. Iune 19 die h. 3. 20. p m. 1600

boath legs swelled esp. righ \left/ leg. body. & backe. & thigh & hips belly. & navell.

blowen as it were a wind.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 202, f. 115r (upper right part of page)

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CASE11779: Horary consultation concerning Thomas Hinnyman (PERSON12789)

Question asked by the patient on 6 November 1598 at 16:15

RN Thomas Hinny man of Witfild. 60 yeres old. sick a weddensday last in his belly & chest swelling in his legs & thighes. & swelleth vpward to his belly. Novemb. 6. die h. 4. 15. p m. hoven & swollen.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 48r (upper left part of page)

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CASE78041: Horary consultation concerning John Farre (PERSON48756)

Question asked by the patient on 14 August 1633 at 09:00

RN Iohn Farre of Litle Brickhill 48 y Aug. 15|4| h. 9 ant m 1633.

swelled in his leg. & thigh in his left syde 3 weekes but was ill 7 weeks before & very mutch wasted in all his body wth sweates & burning |no stomack all this while bellye wyndye| /litle cough\

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 211, p. 376 (bottom left, and bottom right parts of page)

Cite this as: Lauren Kassell, Michael Hawkins, Robert Ralley, John Young, Joanne Edge, Janet Yvonne Martin-Portugues, and Natalie Kaoukji (eds.), The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition, https://casebooks.lib.cam.ac.uk/search?f1-question-asked=Medical%3A%3AParts%20of%20the%20body%3A%3ALimbs%20and%20joints%3A%3AThighs;f3-question-asked=Medical%3A%3AParts%20of%20the%20body%3A%3ATorso%3A%3ABelly;f4-patient-sex=Male, accessed 2 April 2020.