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Appendix 18

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This appendix presents a table that contains list of drug names in English and Latin that are recommended for nosebleed by the Latin Commentators. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. The development of medical drug therapy in medieval times can be seen as interplay between tradition and innovation.

Keywords: Drugs; Latin Commentators; nosebleed

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