KRIEG, Wendell J.S.

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Price: $300.00

Place Published: Evanston
Publisher: Brain Books
Date Published: 1975

Description: Illustrated with drawings and photos. 140 pages. 4to, silver-stamped purple cloth. Evanston IL: Brain Books, 1975. First edition. A fine copy of this rather uncommon book. Emphasis on the history and theory of stereotaxy devices and procedure.

Comments: "All in all, the book is a highly readable account of a subject not noted for its digestibility... it is a useful review of stereotaxic progress with new and thought provoking ideas for further development." Included is a 2-page handwritten letter from the author, former Director of the Institute of Neurology at Northwestern Medical School.

Signed: Y
Edition: First
Binding: hardcover
Condition: fine
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 254818

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