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Illustrated with tables & graphs. 14 pages (pp. 187-200) IN: The American Heart Journal, vol. 15, no. 2. 8vo, original gray printed wrapperss. St. Louis, 1938. ALSO INCLUDED: Standardization of Precordial Leads in electrocardiography. A joint memorandum of a committee of the Cardiac Society of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Committee of the American Heart Association. 7 pages (pp. 107-108 & 235-239) IN: The American Heart Journal, vol. 15, nos. 1 & 2. St. Louis, 1938. Both nos. offered.....
Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1910. Illustrated with a table. 12 pages (pp. 516-527) EXTRACTED FROM: American Journal of Medical Science, Vol. 140. 8vo, modern wrappers. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1910. Whole month of October offered entire. Libman and Celler found Strep. endocarditidis to be the most common cause of subacute bacterial endocarditis. GM 2834.
London: New Sydenham Society, 1901. 37 text illustrations. 338pp., rubricated edges, 8vo. Original blind stamped decorative brown cloth. London, 1901. First English edition. Very good (+). The author was a professor of medicine at the University of Vienna and a noted authority on the physiology, pathology and chemistry of the blood.
Boston: American Physiological Society, 1912. Tables. 28 pages (pp. 335-362) IN: American Journal of Physiology, vol. 29., no. 3. 8vo, original printed wrappers; ex-lib, dampstain lower corner, some pages unopened. Boston, 1912. First Edition. Vol. 29, no. 3 offered entire. Lombard soaked the skin in cedar wood oil, rendering transparent the superficial epidermal layers, and thus making possible many direct observations of it. GM 790.
Birmingham: Classics of Cardiology, 1986. Prefaced by an Introduction and Translation by K.J. Franklin. Illustrated, full gilt-decorated gray leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Cardiology Library, 1986. Page edges foxed, still a very good(+) copy. "Lower was the first to demonstrate the scroll-like structure of the cardiac muscle. He was one of the first to transfuse blood." GM 761. Facsimile of the 1669 Latin edition with the 1932 English translation.
London: Froude, 1923. Illustrated, tall 8vo, original burgundy cloth, faded and with light staining on bottom edge of front cover, private bookplate and several small ex-library stamps, partially eradicated. London: Frowde and Hodder, (1923). Very Good. One of the "sterling" books of Mackenzie, the eminent student of the clinical condition of the heart. GM 2897.
Chicago: Chicago Medical Journal, 1879. 10pp. Bound With: Surgical Uses Other than Haemostatic of the Strong Elastic Bandage. 26pp. 2 works. 8vo, wrs. Chicago, Boston, 1879. Very good. Martin first used elastic bandages in the treatment of varicose veins in 1878. Reprinted from the Chicago Med. Journ. and Examiner, 1879, and from the Trans. A. Med. Assn., 1877.
1926. Graph. 7 pages (pp. 470-476). IN: Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 87, no. 7. 4to, modern wrappers. Chicago, 1926. Whole number offered entire. Introduction of raw liver diet in the treatment of pernicious anemia. "This treatment ranks as one of the greatest advances in modern therapy." (GM 3140). First printed in 1926. Minot and Murphy shared the Nobel Prize in 1934.
8vo, pr. wrappers, in cloth folding-case. V.p., 1917-36. Offprints from various medical journals, of investigations that earned the 2 major authors the Nobel Prize in 1934. "Introduction of raw liver diet in the treatment of pernicious amemia. This treatment ranks as one of the greatest modern advances in therapy." -- Garrison- Morton 3140. List available on request.