Albany: Benthutsen. Pp. 367- 71 with 3 illustrations. IN: Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York for 1861, offered entire. 8vo, original brown blind stamped pebbled cloth; top of spine chipped. Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen, 1861. Very good. Sims' method for amputating the cervix. GM 6049.
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Paris: Dalaguette, 1754. Traduit par M. de Preville. Folding copperplate in first volume. 3 volumes, small 8vos, contemporary mottled calf with gilt spines (spines slightly worn, scattered foxing). Paris: Chez Delaguette, 1754, 1756. (Vol. III): Paris: P. Fr. Didot, 1765. Second Edition in French. A very good copy. Volumes II and III are titled: Observations sur les Accouchemens. "Smellie contributed more to the fundamentals of obstetrics than virtually any individual. In his Treatise he described more accurately than any previous...
London: Smith Elder, 1888. 32pp. IN: British Gynaecological Society, 1888, vol. 3, pp. 367-76. Very thick 8vo, blue cloth. London, 1888, 1891. First Edition. Whole issue offered entire. Near Fine. Tait devised a flap-splitting operation for rectocele which, with some modifications, is in use today. GM 6087.
Illus. with Graphs and Tables. 4 pages (pp. 1086-1089) IN: The Lancet, vol. 1, May 25. Slim 4to, modern wrappers. London, 1929. First Edition. Whole week offered entire. Idiopathic steatorrhoea, first described by Gee (GM 3491) was extensively studied by Thaysen, in so far as it occurs in adults and adolescents in non-tropical countries. It also bears the name "Gee- Thaysen disease." GM 3550.
1939. The articles deal with aspects of urology, gynecology, and proctolog, bound together. Approximately 460pp. 4to, and 8vo, red cloth, ex. lib. Very good (+). Author's inscription on front endpaper. Published during Dr. Turell's association with Beth Israel, Montefiore and other New York City hospitals, 1930's ans 1940's.