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Illus. 23 pages (pp. 242-264) IN: Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, vol. 19, no. 2. Large 8vo, modern wrappers. Chicago, 1928. First English Edition. Whole number offered entire. "Balo's disease" - encephalitis periaxialis concentrica. First published in Magyar Orvosi Archivum (Budapest). GM 4653.
Turin: Gaetano Balbino, 1833. 397pp. 8vo, original printed wrappers (chipped); library stamps. Torino: Gaetano Balbino, 1833. Very good. The exposition of his theory of nervous antagonism, by a professor of medicine at Turin. Bellingeri based it on his extensive neurological research in human physiology. Castiglioni, History of Medicine, pp. 738-9. Hirsch I 445. Wellcome II 139.
London: Longmans, 1889. Death from Sudden Collapse and Cerebral Haemorrhage on the Twelfth Day after the Operation, at the Commencement of Apparent Convalescence. 20pp. IN: Medico- chirurgical Transactions of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London. 1889, vol. 72, pp. 329-48. Offered entire. 8vo, cloth lacks backstrip. 10 plates, a few in color. London, 1889. Good. Posterior rhizotomy. G-M 4861.1.
London: 1755. 390 pages, small 8vo, full polished tree calf. London: 1755. Very good (+). "Bonnet is considered one of the fathers of modern biology. He is distinguished for both his experimental research and his philosophy, which exerted a profound influence upon the naturalists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. " (D.S.B. II: 286).
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.....