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Leipzig: Brockhaus, 1939. Vols. I-III only. Thick 8vo, contemporary 1/2 black leather, marbled boards; rubbed. Leipzig: Brockhaus, 1839-1841. Very good. Busch was one of the most prominent German obstetricians during the first half of the 19th century. He was professor at Marburg from 1814 to 1829 when he was called to Berlin as successor to von Siebold.
Philadelphia: Lea, 1866. With a preface by D.F. Condie, M.D. Small slim 8vo, 178 pages, contemporary brown cloth; (spine chipped). Philadelphia: Henry Lea, 1866. zzvery good. An important example of the "public movements and social concern" aspect of the life and writing of this important figure. This work did much to spread a better informed opinion of the physiological dangers of alcohol among the working classes, not only in England but in the United States as well.
Paris: Didot Jeune, 1820. 49 pages, scattered foxing, 4to, modern boards (spine chipped). Paris, 1820. First Edition. Very good. Author's presentation copy of an interesting study of the influence of the nervous system on animal heat. Chossat, described on the title as a member of the society of naturalists at Geneva, describes some 28 experiments, giving comparative data of his observations of local temperature, animal heat, respiration rate and pulse. In a prefatory note he cites the work of Brodie.....
1863. 13 pages (pp. 241-253) IN: Virchows Archiv fur pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie und fur Klinische Medicin, 1863, vol. 28, nos. 3-4, Nos. 3-4 offered entire. 8vo, original green printed wrappers; worn. Berlin, 1863. A very good copy with unopened pages. Investigation of the sugar-forming ferments. GM 690.
Paris: Bailliere, 1889. 159 pages with text in French. 12mo, modern red marbled paper wrappers with remnants of original covers bound-in. Paris: J.B. Bailliere, 1889. First edition. Pages age-toned and somewhat brittle, with some dampstains at fore-edge margins, overall a good copy. A study of the unconsciousness under hypnosis. With a discussion of the hyman body's physiological function in such an impaired state. Cailler 2643.
Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1922. With 105 illustrations and 39 plates in color. 774 pages. Short thick 4to, rebound in older 1/2 cloth over marbled boards with black leather spine label. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1922. Second Edition, thoroughly revised. A near fine copy. Barker, p. 54. A comprehensive treatment of the diseases, physiology, pathology, and inflammation of the thyroid and thymus.