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4 pages (pp. 1769-1772) IN: Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift, vol. 32, no. 44. 4to, original printed wrappers. Berlin, 1906. First Edition. Whole no. offered entire. Wassermann applied his test (see GM2402) to the cerebrospinal fluid and, in paretics, obtained positive results in over 90% of cases. The test greatly facilitated the diagnosis of general paralysis. GM4804.
Ouvrage traduit de l'allemand, par M. Breton. With 5 engraved plates, the first 4 with added outline plates (light dampstains to bottom margins). xx, 217 pages. 8vo, original orange patterned wrappers; spine worn. Paris, 1811. First Edition in French. A noteworthy contribution to the anatomy of the brain and cerebellum in epileptics. Wenzel (1768-1808), professor of anatomy and physiology at Mainz, founded, in 1802, a society for the collection of data on epilepsy.
Birmingham: Classics of Neurology, 1984. xviii + 762 pages plus index, very thick 4to, gilt-decorated black leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: Classics of Neurology & Neurosurgery Library, (1984). Top edge gilt is a bit spotted, still a fine copy. Number 684 of 1,000 copies. Facsimile of the 1768 edition published by Whytt's son.