Instructions concerning a break in his upper arm
If thou examinest a man having a break in his upper arm , (and) thou
findest his upper arm hanging down, separated from its fellow .
Thou shouldst say concerning him : "One having a break in his upper arm .
An ailment which I will treat."
Thou shouldst place him prostrate on his back, with something folded
between his two shoulder-blades ; thou shouldst spread out his
shoulders, in order to stretch apart his upper arm until that break
falls into its place . Thou shouldst make for him two splints of linen,
(and) thou shouldst apply one of them to the inside of his arm,
(and) the other of them to the underside of his arm. Thou shouldst
bind it with ymrw , (and) treat afterward with honey every
day until he recovers .