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Illustrated. Thick 8vo, original green printed wrappers, worn. Berlin, Goettingen, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1954. 38 essays in psychology and neurology, of varying sizes, bound together. Contributors include Th. Hirsch, Hermann Jakob, Hans Knoll, Paul Matussek, Elisabeth Beyer, Edith Ruedin, Willibald Scholz, Bruno Schultz, and others.
Tables. 9 pages (pp. 929-933; 965-968) IN: Berliner Klinische Wochenscrift, vol. 28, Nos. 38 & 39. Tall 4to, modern wrappers. Berlin, 1891. Both numbers offered entire. Quincke popularized lumbar puncture which he had introduced independently of Wynter and others. He used it for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. GM 4869.
Milano: Paolo Emilio Giusti, 1816. 446 pages, index. 8vo, contemporary wrappers; uncut. Milano: Paolo Emilio Giusti, 1816. Very good. A monograph on the structure, functions and diseases of the spinal cord by professor of pathology and forensic medicine at Pavia. "A good work". Hirsch 4 706. Garrison-McHenry 421.
7 statistical tables. 27 pages with text in french. Slim 8vo, old marbled wrappers. Paris: Victor Masson et Fils, 1865. Presentation copy inscribed on title by Reynaud. Reprinted from: "Gazette hebdomaire de Medicine et de chirurgie." A survey of accidents suffered by epileptics during their seizures.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1979. 8vo, decoratively gilt full green leather, all edges gilt. (Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Medicine, 1979). Fine. "The first American textbook on psychiatry, and considering the state of that science in Rush's time, one of the most noteworthy." GM 4924. Facsimile of the 1812 edition.