Engraved vignette on title, and several other tailpieces throughout. 232pp. Short square 8vo, bound in older sewn flexible boards (light foxing throughout). Venetiis: Ex Typographia Remondiniana, 1763. Editio novissima. Scarce in any edition. Aredaeus was a second century Greek physician known for his accurate and elegant descriptions of diseases, including diabetes (which he named).
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Photographic plate, graphs, tables. 19 pages (pp. 244-262) IN: Endocrinology, Vol. 42, number 4. Tall 8vo, original gray wrappers. (Menasha, Wisc.), 1948. First Edition. Whole number offered entire. A very good(+) copy. Experimentally produced diabetes produced by artificially induced hyperglycaemia. GM 3977.
Graphs. 5 pages (pp. 1667-1671) IN: Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 150, no. 17. Tall 4to, modern wrappers. Chicago, 1952. First Edition. Vol. 150 no. 17 offered entire. Hallas-Moeller carried out the first clinical trials of lente, ultra-lente, and semilente insulin zinc suspensions. With M. Jersild, K. Petersen, and J. Schlichtkrull. GM 3978.
Tuckahoe: USV PHARMACEUTICAL CORP, 1971. 18 full-page illustrations. 161pp., Tall 8vo, two-toned cloth. Tuckahoe, New York: USV Pharmaceutical Corp, 1971. Very good (+). Important contributions to the study of diabetes, from the first detailed characterization of the disease in the second century A.D. (by Aretaeus of Cappadocia) through the discovery of insulin in 1921 (by Banting et al.). Texts of five GM classics (3925, 3926, 3930, 3950 and 3966).