Fever: A Study in Morbid and Normal Physiology.

Washington: Smithsonian, 1880.

5 plates. 258 pages. Folio, handsomely rebound in marbled boards with the original wrappers inside; chipped. (Washington, 1880). A very good(+) copy.

Report on experiments made in 1876 and 1877 to determine the nature and cause of fever. Wood undertook the researches represented here as a result of his pioneering studies of sunstroke. Wood held chairs of botany, therapeutics and neurology at the University of Pennsylvania and is best known for his study, A Treatise on Therapeutics (GM 1972), where the effect of various drugs in small doses was first discussed. Osler 4269.

Binding: Hardcover
Condition: Very Good(+)
Edition: First Edition
Language: English

Price: $125.00

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