London: Rhodes, 1701. 4 small copper-plate engravings. xl + 266pp. plus index. short 8vo, rebound in 3/4 calf over marbled boards; front hinge mended, chipped at head of spine and with some loss of leather at tail, both have been mended, ink library stamp to title page. London: H. Rhodes, 1701. A very good copy. Third edition of the first medical parasitology text. "An exhaustive study of the parasites of man. Andry's views were often in advance of his time...
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Washington: Department of State, 1948. Illustrated in b/w. 2 volumes. Tall thick 8vos, red cloth. Washington, D.C.: Department of State, 1948. A very good(+) pair.
Paris: Institute PAsteur, 1907. Illustrated. 19pp., 8vo, stiff beige wrappers. (Paris: L'Institute Pasteur), 1907. Very good. Laveran and Mesnil discovered that trypanosomes could be maintained indefinitely in rats and mice by serial passage. In the Annales de l'Institut Pasteur, vol. 21, no. 8, 1907.
London: 1930. 1 page, 10 x 8 inches, on "Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene" letterhead (with a mosquito logo), London, April 11, 1930, concerning the Sir Patrick Manson Memorial, in full: "It is indeed good of you to send a contribution to the Memorial to Sir Patrick Manson. I am glad you think the plan a good one and I am entirely with you in thinking that it is one of the best deserved memorials of all times...
41 text illus. 76 pages. 12mo, original printed wrappers. Berlin, 1900.
Padua: 1713. 1 full page plus 2 folding copper plate engravings. 184pp. 4to, contemporary vellum; some chipping on the spine, lightly rubbed, bumped at the corners, faint damp-stain in the gutter, old library perforated stamp on recto of title page covered by pasted down old inked signature tag on verso. Padova: Manfre, 1713 Vallisnieri was a man of wide scientific interests, making fundamental contributions to embryology, parasitology, geology and comparative anatomy. His second work, in fact, is an atlas of...
24pp. IN: Deutsch Arch. Klin. Med., 1886, vol.39, pp.209-32. 8vo, 1/2 cloth. Leipzig, 1886. First Edition. Whole vol. offered entire. In his classical description of leptospirosis icterohaemorrhagica Weil differentiated the disease from other types of acute jaundice. It is better known as "Weil's disease". GM 5332.
12 pages (pp. 561-572) IN: Virchows Archiv fur Pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie, vol. 18. 8vo, modern wrappers. Berlin, 1860. First Edition. Offered entire. Fore-edge damaged. A good copy. The intestinal and muscular forms of trichinosis were first noted by Zenker, who established their connection with the disease. GM 5342.