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London: Elmsly, 1777. One table. 230 pages, 12mo, rebound in modern printed wrappers; a few library stamps. London: Printed for P. Elmsly, 1777. Internally clean, a very good copy. Third Edition of the English translation of this work by the French surgeon, Goulard, who invented "Goulard's extract" and "Goulard's cerate" for the treatment of inflammations, contusions, burns, gout, rheumatism, cancer, etc. Waller 5653.
London: Elmsly, 1770. With Remarks on the Extract of Lead by G. Arnaud. One folding table. 25 pages and 220 pages, 12mo, full calf; calf quite worn, covers detached. London: Printed by P. Elmsly, 1770. Second edition. Text clean and bright, covers detached, a very good(-) copy. Third Edition of the English translation of this work by the French surgeon, Goulard, who invented "Goulard's extract" and "Goulard's cerate" for the treatment of inflammations, contusions, burns, gout, rheumatism, cancer, etc. Waller.....
Translated from the French of Mr. Goulard, Surgeon-Major to the Royal and Military Hospital at Montpellier. A new edition, with remarks, by G. Arnaud, M.D. and a table exhibiting the difference between English and French weights. New Edition, with Remarks by G. Arnauld. 2 vols. Small 8vo, original tan calf, front hinge of volume 1 weak. London: P. Elmsly, 1773. Very good (+).
Birmingham: Classics of Surgery, 1984. 363 anatomical drawings by H. V. Carter. xxxii + 750 pages, thick 8vo, gilt-decorated maroon leather, a.e.g.; leather bookplate stamped with limitation number and owner's name. Birmingham: Classics of Surgery Library, (1984). A fine copy. Facsimile of the the London: John W. Parker and Son, 1858 edition.
Leipzig: Heidelberg, 1857. Bound with Lehre von den blutigen Operationen an den obern Extremitaten am menschlichen Korper. 2 vols. in 1, 75 lithographic plates, partly colored by C. Schmiedel, tall 4to, contemporary 1/2 cloth; worn, interior is fine. Leipzig und Heidelberg, 1857. First Edition of parts II and III (complete in themselves) of the author's "Lehre von den blutigen Operationen," seven parts of which were published between 1853 and 1866, without completing the work. It was issued with the collaboration.....
Leipzig: 1860. In Abbildungen mit erlauterndem texte. 27 lithographic plates, partly colored by C. Schmiedel, 4to, contemporary 1/2 cloth; worn, internally near fine. Leipzig and Heidelberg, 1860. First Edition. Another part of this comprehensive surgical work, which remained unfinished; this section is complete in itself and includes gynecological operations, hernias, operations on the genito- urinary parts, lithotomy, etc.
6 pages (pp. 1170-1175) FROM: British Medical Journal, Vol. 2, 1925. Tall 4to, modern wrappers. London, 1925. Henderson's important investigations on the physiology of respiration included his demonstration of the relation of acapnia to anesthesia and the recommendation that carbon dioxide inhalation be used to overcome collapse due to anesthesia. GM 5707.