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Paris: Pashoud, 1817. 285 pages, slim 8vo, half calf, beige boards. Paris & Geneva: Pashoud. 1817. Very good. Presentation Copy. Diseases which attack the brain in the infancy concerns Coindet, the Medical Chief of the civil and military hospitals of Geneva, who concentrates on hydrencephalous, "one of the most dangerous diseases". He delineates the chronic and acute stages of the ailment; the kinds of infants who are most susceptible to it; case history observations. Those most likely to contract the.....
Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1937. 149 engravings. 224pp., slim 8vo, burgundy cloth (small library stamps). Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1937. Very good (+). Based upon a review of 4000 cases and thorough review of the literature. One of the greatest contributors to the development of neuroradiology.
London: 1861. Selected Monographs. Illustrated, 328pp, 8vo, gilt-decorated blue leather; rubbed. London: New Sydenham Society, 1861. Contains the following monographs: CZERMAK, On the Practical Uses of the Laryngoscope; DUSCH, On Thrombosis of the Cerebral Sinuses; SCHROEDER VAN DER KOLK, On Atrophy of the Brain; RADICKE, On the Application of Statistics to Medical Enquiries; ESMARCH, On the Uses of Cold in Surgical Practice.
London: Hamilton, Adams, 1839. 1 illustration. 112 pages. Thin 8vo, original green cloth-backed boards with paper spine label; worn with front joints starting. London: Hamilton Adams, 1839. First Edition. Overall a very good copy. Inaugural dissertation by the president of the Royal Medical Society at Edinburgh. (Wellcome IV, p. 334; D.S.B. 10, p. 511-512; D.N.B.).
Paris: Gabon et Compagnie. Dans les quatre classes des animaux vertebres, appliquee a la physiologie et a la pathologie du systeme nerveux. 2 vols., boards, hinges repaired, with atlas of 16 lithographic plates, large 4to, orig. printed boards; (lacks spine, soiled). Paris, 1824-27. First Edition. Scarce. Very good (-). Serres (1787-1868), making use of the old methods (perforation) in his experiments on th cerebellum of horses and dogs, directed his attention mainly to the peculiar compulsory movements and positions which.....