Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1986. IV + 322pp, 8vo, full gilt-decorated grey leather, all edges gilt. Birmingham: Privately Printed for The Classics of Cardiology Library, 1986. A Fine Copy. Facsimile of the 1809 First Edition.
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Monptellier: 1780. 8 pages with text in Latin. Small 4to, modern wrappers; minor dampstain in lower inner margin. Montpellier, 1780. Inaugural Diss., Univ of Montpellier.
Washington: Bureau of Ethnology, 1909. 22 illustrations. 48pp. Slim 8vo, green cloth. Washington: Bureau of American Ethnology, 1909. First Edition. Very good (+). A detailed account of tuberculosis among five Indian tribes including the Oglala Sioux and the Mohave. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 42.
7 pages (pp. 699-701 & 717-720) IN: Berliner Klinische Wochenscrift, vol. 26, nos. 31 & 32. Tall 4to, modern wrappers. Berlin, 1889. The operation of partial excision of the cartilage for the treatment of deflections of the nasal septum was perfected by Krieg. GM 3300.
Paris: Adriend Delahaye, 1872. 203pp., 8vo, original printed front wrapper, extracted from a larger volume; scattered foxing. Paris: Adrien Delahaye, 1872. A very good copy.
Montpellier: 1781. 24 pages. 4to, modern wrappers; worming upper margin not affecting text. Montpellier, 1781. Inaugural Dissertation, University of Montpellier.
Berlin: Nietackianis, 1836. 46 pages. Slim 8vo, Contemporary green boards with gilt-stamped trim. Berolini: Nietackianis, 1836. faint dampstains at foot, still a very good copy. Inscribed.
Chicago: American Medical Association, 1927. 15 pages. Tall slim 8vo, gray printed wrappers; creased, and with short closed tear to front cover. Chicago: American Medical Association, 1927. Reprinted From the American Journal of Diseases of Children June, 1927. Col. 33, pages 880-894.
1755. Woodcut vignette header and decorative initial. 32 pages. Small square 8vo, stitched; dampstained and a bit foxed, last few pages separated. Halae ad Salam, 1755. A good copy of this scarce dissertation. Not in NUC. BMC 215/732. Dissertation on the human respiratory system and particularly on its physiological variations in a fetus.
Leipzig: Vogel, 1877. 26 illustrations at rear. 183 pages of text in German. 8vo, modern wrappers. Leipzig: F.C.W. Vogel, 1877. A very good(-) copy. The author was later eponymized in "Weil's Disease."