Birmingham: Classics of Ophthalmology, 1985. Color frontispiece. 405pp. 8vo, full brown leather. a.e.g. (Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Ophthalmology, 1985). Fine. Facsimile of the 1871 edition.
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Cum praefatione Hermanni Boerhaave. Editio altera Leidensis, cujus textum recensuit, passim emendavit, supplevit; citata Hippocratis loca accuravit Hieron. Dav. Gaubius. Rubricated title with an engraved vignette. Fine large folding copperplate portrait of the author. 558 (i.e. 564)pp., index. Sm. 4to, modern leather. Lugduni Batavorum, 1733. Excellent Leiden edition of the Italian physician's "classical work on prognosis". G-M 2194 (1st ed. Venice 1601). De praesagienda is "a detailed study of prognostics in which attention is devoted to the patient's mental state...
Washington, D.C. American Psychiatric Association, 2000. xxxvii + 934pp., 8vo, silver printed boards, 8vo, d.w. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Association, 2000 A fine copy in a very good ( ) dust jacket. Fourth Edition, Text Revision.
Washington, D.C. American Psychiatric Association, 1994. xxvii + 886pp., 4to, red cloth, d.w. Washington, D.C., 1994. A fine copy in a very good dust jacket.
2 illus. 8 pages (pp. 63-70) IN: Centralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde und Infektionskrankheiten. 1911, vol. 58, no. 1. Offered entire. 8vo, original brown printed wrappers. Jena, 1911. Thermoprecipitin reaction for the diagnosis of anthrax. G-M 5171.
Springfield: Charles Thomas, 1964. 2 volumes, illustrated, tall thick 8vos; ex-lib, with stamps, head of spine on volume I torn, tape removed from spine. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1964. Internally very good, bindings sound but rubbed. GM 2702.2.
3 text figures. 4 pages (pp. 6-9.) IN: Archives of the Roentgen Ray, Vol. 18, No. 155 . Tall 8vo, original printed wrappers. London: Rebman, June 1913. Whole Number offered entire. "Bucky devised a diaphragm for roentgenography which, by preventing the secondary rays from reaching the plate, secured better contrast and definition". GM 2691.
Paris: Sandoz, 1972. Filled with photographic reproductions of x-ray images, 367, 4to, illustrated gilt-lettered green cloth; corners bumped. Paris: Sandoz Editions, 1972. Very good (+). Co-authored by: Franic Joffre, Jean-Michael Suc, and Jean Putois.
New York: Hafner, 1962. Translated from the French, with Notes, by Jacob Gates. Introduction by Dickinson W. Richards. 344pp. Small 8vo, brown cloth. New York: Hafner Publishing, 1962. Facsimile Edition. Fine. The History of Medicine Series: No. 16.
Leipzig: Kohler, 1830. Nach der dreizehnten Auflage aus dem Franzosischen bearbeitet und mit Anmerkungen begleitet von einem Arzte. 204pp. 12mo, contemporary calf-backed boards, rebacked with cloth, tips worn, front hinge reinforced. Leipzig: Karl Franz Kohler, 1830. Good. Translation of De la connaissance du temperament...(Paris, 1830), a handbook on diagnosing all diseases. Extremely rare; not in NUC or Wellcome.
Folding table. 236 pages with text in French. 8vo, modern wrappers. Paris, 1822. A Paris doctor's clinical observations during an 1821 epidemic in northern France, including diagnosis and therapy.
308 pages. 12mo, flexible red boards. London: Henry Frowde, 1908. Third edition. A very good copy.
Springfield: Thomas, 1934. With a Chapter of Personal Reminiscences of W. C. Rontgen by Margret Boveri. Illustrated, 494pp, 8vo, green cloth; lightly rubbed, spine label chipped. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, 1934. First American Edition. Very good. GM2702.
Boston: Little Brown, 1982. With David M. Dines and Russell F. Warren. Foreword by R.H. Freiberger. Profusely illustrated, 172pp, 4to, cloth. Boston: Little, Brown, 1982. A fine copy in a lightly chipped dust jacket.
87 text illus. 8vo, half leather. Stuttgart, 1893.
Included also are 6 articles by J. Borak as well as essays by Max Sgalitzer, Erich von Knaffl-Lenz, Konrad Staunig and several others. 1 duplicate. Total of 370 pages. 8vo and small 4tos, 1911-1939.
334pp. 8vo, full mottled claf, gilt spine, morocco label on spine; cont. ex-lib book plate, rubbed, rear lower hinge cracked. Amstelodami: Fratrum De Tournes, 1769. Blake p. 244.
New York: Springer, 1986. 250 illustrations, 279pp, 8vo, blue cloth. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1986. A fine copy.
London: J. A. Churchill, 1937. 562 illus., including 15 color plates, 1 folding diagram. 620pp. + ads. 4to, burgundycloth, rubbed at edges. London: J. A. Churchill, 1937. Very good. Chapters by R. J. Behan, J. L. Blass, Theodor Blum, F. J. Bronner, A. L. Greenfield, S. Hemley, J. Klosterman, F. Krasnow, J. A. Salzmann, H. S. Vaughan, A. Walker, and others.
New York: Harper, 1937. Some illustrations. 302 pages. Thick 8vo, burgundy cloth. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1937. Very good.
Philadelphia: Saunders, 1910. Illustarted. 12mo, 1/4 cloth, ex-lib. Philadelphia: Saunders, 1910. Very good.
Bern: Hans Huber, 1971. 50 text illustrations. 164pp. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. Bern: Hans Huber, (1971). Inscribed by the author. Very good (+). A study on the use of reflected ultrasound in the diagnosis of intracranial processes. With an extensive bibliography, and summary in English.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1930. Color plates, some with movable parts; black & white text illustrations. Very thick 4to, brown cloth. Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1930). Very good (+).
Boston: Farrand, Mallory & Company, 1808. 192pp., 8vo, original boards; foxed, worn, covers detached: Boston: Farrand, Mallory & Company, 1808. First edition. A very good (-) copy. First Edition. Austin 1736. Sabin 79871. This volume contains three prestigious Boylston Prize-winning dissertations by Shattuck (1784-1854) who had an extraordinary talent for writing medical papers. The clarity and excellent presentation of these papers are inspirations to the contemporary student. Shattuck was a distinguished Boston physician and philanthropist. He helped finance John James Audubon's Birds of America.
Boston: Farrand, Mallory & Company, 1808. 192pp., 8vo, full leather, neatly recased, red leather spine label. Boston: Farrand, Mallory & Company, 1808. First edition. A very good (+) copy. First Edition. Austin 1736. Sabin 79871. This volume contains three prestigious Boylston Prize-winning dissertations by Shattuck (1784-1854) who had an extraordinary talent for writing medical papers. The clarity and excellent presentation of these papers are inspirations to the contemporary student. Shattuck was a distinguished Boston physician and philanthropist. He helped finance...