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Arsti ramat nende juhhatamisseks kes tahtvad többed ärra-arvada ning parrandada (Estonian for Manual of medical diagnostics and healthcare, literally Doctors book to instruct those who want to guess and repair ailments'') was the first medical manual in Estonian. It was compiled by Peter Ernst Wilde, translated by August Wilhelm Hupel and printed in 1771. It can be seen as a continuation or a collection of their earlier work, the Lühhike öppetus.
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