The peasants’ illnesses are very different: the neighbor’s tomboy strives to bruise or abrade himself, the blacksmith complains of his eyesight, and the priest has completely stopped praying and does not leave the house.
Well, he called himself a doctor – heal. At first, the methods of a would-be doctor are scarce – to bleed, apply plantain, amputate a festering finger. But over time, he becomes more sophisticated, studying therapeutic treatises and mastering surgical skills. He eventually faces the horror of a black death and becomes a true plague doctor.