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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.
Birmingham: Classics of Neurology, 1987. Two volumes. 30 illustrations over both volumes. xvi + 549 pages and xxxiii + 430 pages, tall 8vo, gilt-decorated blue leather, a.e.g; leather bookplate inside front cover of each volume stamped with limitation number and owner's name. Birmingham: Classics of Neurology & Neurosurgery, (1987). A fine set. Facsimile of the Cambridge: University Press, 1921 edition.
Birmingham: Classics of Neurology and Neurosurgery Library, 1984. Facsimile of title page of 1826 edition. 36 pages of text plus full page color plates, slim folio, floral filigree gilt stamped blue leather, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Birmingham: Classics of Neurology and Neurosurgery Library, 1984. A fine copy. A limited edition with previous owner's custom issued leather label stating number 684 of 1000 copies.
Birmingham: Classics of Neurology, 1985. vi + 224 pages, 8vo, gilt-decorated grey leather, a.e.g.; leather bookplate with limitation number and owner's name inside front cover. Birmingham: The Classics of Neurology & Neurosurgery Library, (1985). A fine copy. Facsimile of the Philadelphia: P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 1892 edition.
London: C. Ingrey, 1824. Lithograph. Sheet measures 10.5 x 8.25 inches. Shows some foxing. In very good condition. From an engraving published in the Encyclopedia Londinensis, 1824. The study of the elevations and depressions of the skull, based on the belief that they indicate a person's character and mental capacity.