Instructions concerning a smash in his cheek
If thou examinest a man having a smash in his cheek, thou shouldst place
thy hand on his cheek at the point of that smash . Should it crepitate
under thy fingers, while he discharges blood from his nostril, (and)
from his ear on the side of him having that injury; (and) at the same
time he discharges blood from his mouth , while it is painful when he
opens his mouth because of it .
Thou shouldst say concerning him : "One having a smash in his cheek,
while he discharges blood from his nostril , from his ear, (and) from
his mouth , (and) he is speechless. An ailment not to be treated."
Thou shouldst bind with fresh meat the first day . His relief is sitting
until its swelling is reduced (lit. drawn out) . Thou shalt treat it
afterwards with grease , honey , (and) lint every day until he recovers .