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Pedro (ah'-ree-as (lay Ben-ah-vee'-des) Arias De Benavides
ARIAS DE BENAVIDES, Pedro (ah'-ree-as (lay ben-ah-vee'-des), Spanish physician of the 16th century, born in Toro. He traveled extensively in western America, and made curious and interesting studies about the remedies used by the Indians for wounds, ulcers, and some specific diseases. His observations were published in Spain under the title of "Seeretos de chirurgia especial de las enfermedades de morbo gallico y lamparones, y la manera como se curan los indios de llagas y heridas, con otros secretos hasta agora no escritos." The dates of his birth and death are not known.
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