Celsus at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
Roman medical writer. His famous treatise De medicina, a major source of knowledge of early medicine, shows that it was remarkably advanced, urging cleanliness and use of antiseptics, describing facial skin grafting, and stating the four cardinal signs of inflammation. The book's three parts discuss diseases requiring diet, drug, or surgical therapy.
celsus at English (WD) Of Explained:
EtymologyProbably from Inter: term » cello|cellō|rise|lang=la.
AdjectiveInter: la-adj-1&2 » celsus|celsa|celsa|celsum|celsum
InflectionInter: la-decl-1&2 » cels
Derived Terms* excelsus
Translation: fr » celsus
Translation: mg » celsus