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.....
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Philadelphia: Saunders, 1924. 192 illustrations, five in full color. 628pp, blue cloth, light shelf-wear. Philadelphia. Saunders, 1924. First Edition. A very good(+) solid copy. Buerger is remembered for his description of thrombo-angiitis obliterans, eponymously named "Buerger's disease". His classical account of that condition appears on pp. 213-305 of this book.
Boston: American Physiological Society, 1912. Tables. 28 pages (pp. 335-362) IN: American Journal of Physiology, vol. 29., no. 3. 8vo, original printed wrappers; ex-lib, dampstain lower corner, some pages unopened. Boston, 1912. First Edition. Vol. 29, no. 3 offered entire. Lombard soaked the skin in cedar wood oil, rendering transparent the superficial epidermal layers, and thus making possible many direct observations of it. GM 790.