Boston: Thomas Crowell, 1792. Delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, June 11, 1792. 40pp., square 12mo, rebound in brown cloth. Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1792. Very good (+). Austin 132. Evans 24078.
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New York: Medicina Rara, 1970. 12 color plates. Small 4to, full red leather; slipcase. (New York: Medicina Rara), 1971. Fine. One of 300 deluxe copies.
Bordeaux: Pierre Brun, 1739. Woodcut printer's device on title and first page. iv + 95pp. plus ads, 12mo, later wrappers; small worm hole upper outer corner running length of book, does not effect text. Bordeaux: Chez Pierre Brun, 1739. First edition. A very good (+) copy of this scarce title. First edition of the winning dissertation submitted to the Academie Royale of Bordeaux in answer to one of their two requests for contributions on set price topics for 1739. Bertier...
Paris: Didot Jeune, 1772. 4 volumes. 12mo, full mottled calf with rubricated edges. Spine on volume I is quite worn and spine on volume III almost entirely lacking, but all interiors are clean. Paris: Didot Jeune, 1772, 1779. Overall a very good(-) set. Volume I and II printed in 1779 and volume III, which is bound in 2 volumes, printed in 1772.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1990. 289pp. 16mo, full burgubdy leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: Classics of Medicine Library, (1990). A fine copy. "The first analysis of blood. Boyle's memoirs may be considered the first scientific study in physiological chemistry, exhibiting methods which have become universally adopted. This is Boyle's most important work." GM 861. Facsimile of the 1864 edition.
New York: Hafner, 1962. Translated from the French, with Notes, by Jacob Gates. Introduction by Dickinson W. Richards. 344pp. Small 8vo, brown cloth. New York: Hafner Publishing, 1962. Facsimile Edition. Fine. The History of Medicine Series: No. 16.
Birmingham: Classics of Cardiology, 1988. Together with: Auenbrugger, Leopold. On Percussion of the Chest. 2 volumes. in one. 8vo, full gilt-decorated leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Cardiology Library, 1988. A Fine Copy. "Corvisart really created cardiac symptomatology and made possible the differentiation between cardiac and pulmonary disorders. He was the first to explain heart failure mechanically and to describe the dyspnoea of effort. His translation of Auenbrugger's book on percussion resulted in the universal adoption of...
Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1966. 85 illustrations. 100pp. Tall slim 8vo, red cloth. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1966. Very good (+). The pathology of arterial disease in the lower limbs. Volume 3 of the series Pathological Monographs, Sir Roy Cameron, ed.
Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1942. Illustrated, 245pp., 8vo, black cloth. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1942. First Edition in English. Very good (+).
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984. 8vo, 290 pages, black cloth, d.w. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
158pp. 8vo, cloth; ex-libris. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1930. Contains extensive bibliography.
1992. In its Anatomical and Clinical Aspects. With an Introduction by Horst Oertel. 29 full page plates, 6 text illustrations, XI + 171pp, tall 8vo, full gilt-decorated leather, a.e.g. New York: The Classics of Cardiology Library, 1992. A Fine Copy. GM 855. A Facsimile of the 1921 First Edition.
Birmingham: Classics of Cardiology, 1987. Also an Account of some Experiments on Stones in the Kidneys and Bladder; with an Enquiry into the Nature of those Anomalous Concretions. To Which is added, An Appendix, Containg Observation and Experiments Relating to Several Subjects in the First Volume. The Greatest Part of Which Were Read at Several Meetings Before the Royal Society. XXII + 186 + index. 8vo, full gilt-decorated leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Cardiology Library, 1987. A Fine Copy...
Lausanne: Bousquet, 1756. Engraved frontispoece depicting bloodletting. Title page in red & black. 343 pages. Small 8vo, contemporary wrappers, untrimmed; some waterstains. Lausanne: Marc-Mic. Bousquet, 1756. Garrison echoes the opinions of many others when he writes that Haller (1708-1777) was "the master physiologist of his time... To read Prof. Kroenecker's Haller redivivus is to see how many apparently "new" discoveries of modern observers had already been accounted for by this great master." According to Castiglione (p. 611), Haller's most important...
Birmingham: Classics of Cardiology, 1989. Verified by Experiments made on Living Animals. To Which are Added, Observation on the Heart, Proving that Irritability is the Primary Cause of its Motion. BOUND WITH: A Second Dissertation on the Motion of the Blood, and Effects on Bleeding; Being a Collection of Two Hundred Thirty Five Anatomical Experiments made on Living Animals, with Useful Results Therefrom. IV + 156pp and 136pp, 8vo, full gilt-decorated leather. Birmingham: The Classics of Cardiology Library, 1989. A....
Birmingham: Classics of Cardiology Library, 1993. 483pp, 8vo, full gilt-decorated leather. Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Cardiology Library, 1993. A Fine Copy. "Samuel Johnson called Heberden 'the last of our learned physicians'". Facsimile of the first english edition, 1802. GM 2207.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1982. Frontispiece + 8 plates, LXVII + 575pp, 4to, full gilt- decorated black leather, a.e.g. Birmington: Privately Printed for The Classics of Medicine Library, 1982. A Fine Copy. Facsimile of the London 1794 edition.
New York: 1927. Illustrated with table. 5 pages (pp 600-602 & 941-942). IN: Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology, vol. 24, no. 6. 8vo, modern wrappers. New York, 1927. First Edition. Extract. Very good. Discovery of M and N agglutinogens. GM 910.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1986. 8vo, full leather, gilt. Birmingham: The Classics of Medicine Library, 1986. Privately printed facsimile from the edition of Boston, 1836.
Birmingham: Classics of Cardiology. Prefaced by an Introduction and Translation by K.J. Franklin. Illustrated, full gilt-decorated, leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Cardiology Library, 1986. Fine. "Lower was the first to demonstrate the scroll-like structure of the cardiac muscle. He was one of the first to transfuse blood." GM 761. Facsimile of the 1669 Latin edition with the 1932 English translation.
4pp. In the American Journal of the Medical Sciences. 1830. Vol. VI, pp. 532-34. Volume offered entire. 8vo, contemporary calf-backed marbled boards. Philadelphia, 1830. G-M 2951. This report followed his 1829 article in the same journal on the successful treatment of aneurism of the arteria innominata by tying the carotid artery. Mott was the ablest exponent of vascular surgery in the United States.
Paris: Crochard, 1817. 13pp (172-185) IN: Annales de Chemie et de Physique, Tome IV, 1817. Whole edition, offered entire. Thick 8vo, modern black cloth. Paris: Chez Crochard, 1817. Isolation of emetine. -GM 1843. It was not until a century later that Edward Bright Vedder demonstrated its value in the treatment of amoebiasis.
Illustrated with tables. 2 pages (1418-1419) IN: The British Medical Journal, volume 2, Nov. 5, 1910. Tall 4to, sewn. London, 1910. First edition. Whole week offered entire. Price-Jones described a method for the direct measurement of red blood cells, which has led to the term "Price-Jones curve." GM 901.
New York: Appleton, 1968. Illustrated. xi + 316pp., 8vo, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper price clipped, some minor tearing. New York: Appleton-century, (1968). A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper.
Springfield: Charles Thomas, 1956. Illustrated. 358pp., 8vo, brown cloth, d.w. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1956. First Edition. Very Good. Notes of Dr. Saul Jarcho in ink on flyleaves and in some margins.