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1 ABBOTT, Maude E. (1869-1940). Atlas of Congenital Cardiac Disease.
New York: American Heart Association, [1954]. 1954 
Folio. x, 62 pp. Illus. throughout, index. Maroon cloth; faded. LIMITED EDITION of 1500 copies. This is a facsimile of the original 1936 edition. "The facsimile reprint is sometimes confused with the original edition, but it has a printed label, with the date August 1954, glued to the title page. It has the same kind and color of cloth binding as the original edition but is slightly reduced in size." – Malcolm Kottler. Garrison-Morton 2865 cites the first edition. Abbott, one of Canada's earliest female medical graduates, an expert on congenital heart disease. She received her M.D., C.M. from Bishop's University in 1894 and was the only woman in her class. "In the Foreword to this book, the eminent cardiologist, Paul D. White, stated that 'it was left to Maude Abbott, fired by a spark from Osler, to make the subject one of such general and widespread interest that we no longer regard it with either disdain or awe as a mystery for the autopsy table alone to discover and to solve. She has been the most important of the pioneers in establishing congenital heart disease as a living part of clinical medicine.' Abbott, refused admission to the medical school of McGill University in Montreal, received her medical degree from Bishop's College. Abbott eventually was appointed to the McGill medical faculty and was later appointed curator of the McGill Medical Historical Museum. A skilled physician and pathologist, she utilized her broad clinical experience and exposure to the wide range of specimens at the museum to prepare this book on cardiac anomalies. Well illustrated with twenty-five detailed plates, it has become a classic in its field." – Heirs of Hippocrates 2276. First Edition. 
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2 ABRAMS, Herbert L.; Henry S. KAPLAN. Angiocardiographic Interpretation in Congenital Heart Disease.
Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1956. 1956 
Series: American Lecture Series, No. 279. 4to. viii, 233 pp. Figs., index. Cloth, dust-jacket; jacket torn. Good+. 
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3 ADAMS, Wright R.; & Ilza VEITH (editors). Pulmonary Circulation; An International Symposium, 1958, Sponsored by the Chicago Heart Association.
New York & London: Grune & Stratton, 1959. 1959 
8vo. xv, 316 pp. Red black & gilt stamped cloth; rubbed, a hint of foxing to edges. Very good. SCARCE. Includes a historical chapter by André Cournand, "The Historical Development of the Concepts of Pulmonary Circulation." 
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4 ALTSCHUL, Rudolph (1901-1963). Selected Studies on Arteriosclerosis.
Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, (1950). 1950 
8vo. xi, 182 pp. 79 figs., index. Blue gilt-stamped cloth, dust-jacket; fore-edges foxed, some short tears to jacket. Very SCARCE in jacket. Very good. "Rudolf Altschul, born on February 24, 1901, in Prague, Bohemia, graduated from the German University of Prague in 1925 with an M.U.Dr. degree. He did postdoctoral work in neurology and neuropathology in the Charcot Clinic in Paris and at the University of Rome. In 1929 he returned to Prague where he practiced neuropsychiatry and began research in the Department of Histology, German University. In September 1939 the Nazi occupation forced the Altschuls to flee to Canada. The Altschuls were aboard the S.S. Athenia, the first Allied ship to be torpedoed in World War II. They survived, but lost all their possessions and scientific records. In SASKATOON, Rudolph Altschul became an instructor in Anatomy at the University of Saskatchewan, and soon established himself as a dedicated researcher and a teacher regarded with trust and affection by his students. He became Professor and, in 1955, Head of the Department of Anatomy. He resumed his study of cellular reactions in atherosclerotic blood vessels, and eventually proposed the niacin therapy for hypercholesterolemia and hyperlipemia. Altschul published on a wide variety of topics, including three books: Selected Studies on Arteriosclerosis (1950), Endothelium (1954), and Niacin in Vascular Disorders and Hyperlipemia (1964, posthumously)." – Sergey Fedoroff, within: Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan. 
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5 ALTSCHULE, Mark D. Acute Pulmonary Edema.
New York: Grune & Stratton, 1954. 1954 
Series: Modern Medical Monographs, 10. Sm. 8vo. Dusty-rose color cloth stamped in white; faded. Ink inscription. Very good. Mark D. Altschule, the eminent Harvard physician and professor, is famed for his research that "signaled a turning point in the status of the pineal gland." His work, along with Aaron B. Lerner's discovery of melatonin, "became the basis of modern pineal gland research" (Lavie, Enchanted World of Sleep, 61). 
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6 ALTSCHULE, Mark D. Physiology in Diseases of the Heart and Lungs. Revised edition.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1954. 1954 
Sm. 8vo. xv, 554, [1] pp. Index. Dark green cloth. Fine. 
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7 American Heart Association; Council for High Blood Pressure Research. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting. Council for High Blood Pressure Research, American Heart Association. Cleveland, Ohio November 30-December 1, 1956. Also: Hypertension, Mineral Metabolism; Hypertension, Drug Action, Epidemiology and Hemodynamics Volume[s] II, IV + V + VI + VII. [Five volumes].
New York: American Heart Association, (1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959). 1954 
Five volumes. 8vo. 94; 186; 73; 109; 142 pp. Illus. Brown or blue gilt-stamped cloth. Very good. Collectively includes 34 articles including: IV: The Pathogenesis of Experimental and Clinical Hypertensive Cardiovascular Disease, by Arthur Grollman; The Case for Involvement of Trace Metals in Vascular Disease, b yHenry A. Schroader and Mitchell Perry, Jr. [and] V: Studies on the Revascularized Kidney, by Yale J. Katz; The Electron Microscopy of the Kidney, by Daniel C. Pease, etc. 
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8 American Heart Association; National Heart Institute. Epidemiology of Cardiovascular Diseases Methodology; hypertension and arteriosclerosis. Guest editors: Herbert Pollack, and Dean E. Krueger.
New York: American Public Health Association, 1960. 1960 
Supplement to: American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health, vol. 50, no. 10. 8vo. 124 pp. Printed wrappers; some minor browning. Very good. 
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9 American Medical Association. Fats in Human Nutrition, with particular attention to Fats, Cholesterol, and Atherosclerosis; Symposium III.
Chicago: Council on Foods and Nutrition, AMA, 1957. 1957 
Reprinted from The Journal of the American Medical Association Aug. 24, 1957, Vol. 164. 22 cm. 131 pp. Figures, tables, diagrams. Green printed wrappers; extremities faded, head and tail very slightly chipped. Ink ownership signature of ER Borun to cover. Very good. "Six papers and panel discussion were presented at the symposium on 'Fats in Human Nutrition with particular attention to Fats, Cholesterol, and Atherosclerosis,' in New Orleans, March 15, 1967… sponsored by the Council on Foods and Nutrition with… Tulane University School of Medicine, Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans Graduate Medical Assembly, and the Orleans Parish Medical Society." Ancel Keys' paper is entitled, "Diet and the Epidemiology of Coronary Heart Disease." Ancel Benjamin Keys (1904 – 2004) "was an American scientist who studied the influence of diet on health. In particular, he hypothesized that different kinds of dietary fat had different effects on health." 
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10 ASKEY, John Martin (1899-1991). Systemic Arterial Embolism; pathogenesis and prophylaxis.
New York & London: Grune & Stratton, 1957. 1957 
Series: Modern Medical Monographs, 14. Sm. 8vo. x, 157 pp. Color frontis., illus., index. Blue gilt-stamped cloth; spine faded. Three inked notes relating to book reviews. Very good. "Dr. Askey was board certified in Internal Medicine, and specialized in cardiovascular diseases. In addition to his private practice he joined the clinical teaching staff at the University of Southern California until 1964, when he was named Emeritus Clinical Professor of Medicine. Dr. Askey published widely, and was active in national, state, and regional professional societies. At various times he served as President or Chairman of the Los Angeles County Heart Association, the Los Angeles Society of Internal Medicine, and the California Medical Association General Medicine Section." 
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11 ASKEY, John Martin (1899-1991). Systemic Arterial Embolism; pathogenesis and prophylaxis.
New York & London: Grune & Stratton, 1957. 1957 
Series: Modern Medical Monographs, 14. Sm. 8vo. x, 157 pp. Color frontis., illus., index. Blue gilt-stamped cloth; spine faded, top edge foxed. Very good. "Dr. Askey was board certified in Internal Medicine, and specialized in cardiovascular diseases. In addition to his private practice he joined the clinical teaching staff at the University of Southern California until 1964, when he was named Emeritus Clinical Professor of Medicine. Dr. Askey published widely, and was active in national, state, and regional professional societies. At various times he served as President or Chairman of the Los Angeles County Heart Association, the Los Angeles Society of Internal Medicine, and the California Medical Association General Medicine Section." 
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12 BAILEY, Charles Philamore (1910-1993). Surgery of the Heart.
Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1955. 1955 
First edition. 24 cm. 1062 pp. 1452 illus. on 671 figs., 3 color plates, index. Original blind and gilt-stamped red cloth; ink note on front endpaper, "Reviewed: JAMA 158:352". Very good+. The famed cardiac surgeon Denton Cooley, praised Bailey as "the father of direct heart surgery, having demonstrated that the human heart could withstand manipulations which were previously considered impossible." – [Cooley]. "In a statement yesterday, Dr. Denton A. Cooley, the Houston heart surgeon, called Dr. Bailey 'a pioneer heart surgeon whose intrepid surgical procedures, introduced in the 1940's, will live in the history of heart surgery. [Bailey] could well be considered as the father of direct heart surgery, having demonstrated that the human heart could withstand manipulations which were previously considered impossible.' He also said that 'Dr. Bailey's professional career was somewhat uneven because of his volatile nature and disregard for his critics' and that his 'aggressive and often uncompromising convictions' had led to a reputation for controversy." – NY Times Obituaries August 19, 1993. Bedford 947. First Edition. 
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13 BAJUSZ, Eörs. Electrolytes and Cardiovascular Diseases; Physiology – Pathology – Therapy. Vol. I: Fundamental Aspects.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1965. 1965 
8vo. XI, 412 pp. 1 color pls., 70 figs., 39 tables, index. Blue gilt and black-stamped cloth. Very good. 
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14 BAJUSZ, Eörs. Experimental "Metabolic" Cardiopathies and their Relationship to Human Heart Diseases. Consulting editor …
New York: The Academy, 1969. 1969 
Series: Annals of the New York Academy of Science, vol. 156, art. 1. 8vo. 625 pp. Brown printed wrappers. Fine. CONTENTS: FOREWORD (pages 5–6) , by Eörs Bajusz -- CARDIOMYOPATHY AND MYOCARDIAL DEGENERATION: PROBLEMS OF TERMINOLOGY IN EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL PATHOLOGY (pages 7–13) , by William B. Wartman -- PART I. ULTRASTRUCTURE OF HEART MUSCLE UNDER NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS // MICROSCTRUCTURE OF "SPECIALIZED" TISSUES IN THE MAMMALIAN HEART (pages 14–33) , by C. E. Challice -- ULTRASTRUCTURE OF HEART MUSCLE UNDER PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS (pages 34–47) , by R. Poche -- ELECTRON MICROSCOPICAL STUDIES ON EXPERIMENTAL ISCHEMIC LESIONS OF THE HEART (pages 48–60) , by Gerhard Korb and Vladimir Totovi? -- PART II. CARDIOPATHIES AND FACTORS INFLUENCING MYOCARDIAL DEGENERATION // ISCHEMIC INJURY OF MYOCARDIUM (pages 61–78) , by Robert B. Jennings, Herbert M. Sommers, Peter B. Herdson and John P. Kaltenbach -- MECHANISMS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MYOCARDIAL LESIONS IN HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK (pages 79–90) , by Arthur M. Martin Jr., Donald B. Hackel, Mark L. Entman, M. Paul Capp and Madison S. Spach -- EXPERIMENTAL GRANULOMATOUS MYOCARDITIS: GENESIS AND IMMUNOLOGICAL ASPECTS (pages 91–104) , by Alexander Laufer and A. Michael Davies -- SPONTANEOUS, HEREDITARY MYOCARDIAL DEGENERATION AND CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE IN A STRAIN OF SYRIAN HAMSTERS (pages 105–129) , by E. Bajusz, J. R. Baker, C. W. Nixon and F. Homburger -- THE RELATIONSHIP OF NUTRITION TO FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE MYOCARDIUM AND KIDNEY (pages 130–136) , by Peter Rasmussen -- EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION WITH TRYPANOSOMA CRUZI (CHAGAS'DISEASE): A MODEL OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC MYOCARDIOPATHY (pages 137–151) , by Walter H. Abelmann -- TRYPTOPHAN METABOLISM AND CARDIAC DISEASE (pages 152–163) , by Maria Spatz -- MYOFIBRILLAR DEGENERATION: A COMMON FORM OF CARDIAC MUSCLE INJURY (pages 164–176) , by Dennis Reichenbach and Earl P. Benditt -- EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE HEALING OF CARDIAC NECROSIS (pages 177–188) , by George Rona and David S. Kahn -- MYOCARDIAL TOXICITY OF COBALT IN THE RAT (pages 189–194) , by H. C. Grice, T. Goodman, I. C. Munro, G. S. Wiberg and A. B. Morrison -- PART III. GENESIS AND PREVENTION OF CARDIOPATHIES: HORMONAL, NEURAL, NEUROENDOCRINE, AND MISCELLANEOUS MECHANISMS // THE PLURICAUSAL CARDIOPATHIES (pages 195–200) , by Hans Selye -- STUDIES ON THE "NONSPECIFIC MESENCHYMAL REACTION" AND THE TRANSIT ZONE" IN MYOCARDIAL LESIONS AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS (pages 207–218) , by W. H. Hauss, U. Gerlach, G. Junge-Hülsing, H. Themann and W. Wirth -- REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF CATECHOLAMINES IN THE HEARTS OF VARIOUS SPECIES (pages 219–240) , by E. T. Angelakos, M. P. King and R. W. Millard -- CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULATION AND CARDIAC ISCHEMIC CHANGES IN MONKEYS (pages 241–260) , by K. I. Melville, H. L. Garvey, H. E. Shister and J. Knaack -- FOCAL MYOCYTOLYSIS AND FUCHSINOPHILIC DEGENERATION OF THE MYOCARDIUM OF PATIENTS DYING WITH VARIOUS BRAIN LESIONS (pages 261–270) , by Richard C. R. Connor -- CARDIOTOXIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE STELLATE GANGLIA (pages 271–280) , by Mary A. Klouda and G. Brynjolfsson -- PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF THE ORIGIN AND PREVENTION OF DEGENERATIVE HEART DISEASE (pages 281–284) , by W. Raab -- PART IV. CARDIAC PATHOLOGY INDUCED BY ISOPROTERENOL AND RELATED AMINES // ISOPROTERENOL-INDUCED CARDIAC NECROSIS (pages 285–293) , by D. S. Kahn, G. Rona and C. I. Chappel -- PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES ON HEART MUSCLE LESIONS INDUCED BY ISOPROTERENOL (pages 294–308) , by Gerhard Zbinden and Robert A. Moe -- HISTOCHEMICAL AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPICAL STUDIES ON THE CARDIAC NECROSES PRODUCED BY SYMPATHOMIMETIC AGENTS (pages 309–332) , by Victor J. Ferrans, Richard G. Hibbs, John J. Walsh and George E. Burch -- FACTORS INFLUENCING THE PRODUCTION OF CARDIOMYOPATHIES BY METHOXAMINE AND METARAMINOL (pages 333–343) , by G. Jasmin -- TISSUE ELECTROLYTE ALTERATION IN DISSEMINATED MYOCARDIAL NECROSIS (pages 344–378) , by David Lehr -- PART V. PROGRESS IN STUDIES ON CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY, VALVULAR LESIONS, AND CARDIAC FAILURE // EFFECTS OF HEART FAILURE, VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY, AND ALTERATIONS IN THE THYROID STATE ON THE CONTRACTILITY OF ISOLATED CARDIAC MUSCLE (pages 379–386) , by Eugene Braunwald, Edmund H. Sonnenblick, James F. Spann Jr. and Robert A. Buccino -- THE INTERRELATION BETWEEN MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM AND HEART FAILURE (pages 387–395) , by Hans A. Hochrein and Klaus Lossnitzer -- DISSOCIATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING MYOCARDIAL DEGENERATION AND GENERALIZED CARDIOCIRCULATORY FAILURE (pages 396–420) , by E. Bajusz, F. Homburger, J. R. Baker and P. Bogdonoff -- ALTERATIONS IN WATER AND ELECTROLYTE DISTRIBUTION IN CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE (pages 421–443) , by C. T. G. Flear -- EXPERIMENTAL CARDIOMEGALIES AND "CARDIOMEGALIES" IN FREE-LIVING ANIMALS (pages 445–468) , by O. Poupa and B. Ošádal -- A QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF MYOCARDIAL MITOCHONDRIA IN EXPERIMENTAL CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY (pages 469–479) , by Ben D. McCallister and Arnold L. Brown Jr. -- INTERSTITIAL EDEMA IN VALVULAR ENDOCARDITIS (pages 480–497) , by A. Angrist, M. Oka and K. Nakao -- PART VI. PRIMARY CARDIOMYOPATHIES AND CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE IN CLINICAL MEDICINE // THE AFRICAN CARDIOMYOPATHIES (pages 498–503) , by J. N. P. Davies -- LACK OF CORRELATION BETWEEN CORONARY THROMBOSIS AND MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION OR SUDDEN 1CORONARY2 HEART DEATH (pages 504–525) , by Giorgio Baroldi -- A DISTINCTIVE MYOCARDIOPATHY OCCURRING IN OMAHA, NEBRASKA: CLINICAL ASPECTS (pages 526–543) , by James F. Sullivan, John D. Egan and Ralph P. George -- A DISTINCTIVE MYOCARDIOPATHY OCCURRING IN OMAHA, NEBRASKA: PATHOLOGICAL ASPECTS (pages 544–565), by Henry T. Grinvalsky and Donald M. Fitch -- QUÉBEC BEER-DRINKERS'CARDIOMYOPATHY: CLINICAL AND HEMODYNAMIC ASPECTS (pages 566–576), by Yves Morin, André T?tu and Gaston Mercier -- QUÉBEC BEER-DRINKERS'MYOCARDOSIS: PATHOLOGICAL ASPECTS (pages 577–582), by Jean-Louis Bonenfant, Carlton Auger, Georges Miller, Jacques Chenard and Paul-Emile Roy -- MOLECULAR CHANGES IN MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION IN HEART MUSCLE (pages 583–593) , by Richard J. Bing, Sigmundur Gudbjarnason, Hans Tschopp and Wolfgang Braasch -- ETIOLOGY OF CONGESTIVE HEART FAILUREIN CLINICAL MEDICINE (pages 594–602) , by Raymond T. Benack -- THE IMPORTANCE OF ELECTROLYTE THERAPY IN HEART DISEASE (pages 603–619), by Demetrio Sodi-Pallares; CONCLUDING REMARKS (pages 620–625) , by Eörs Bajusz. 
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15 BAKER, William H. (editor). Diagnosis and treatment of carotid artery disease. With special emphasis on noninvasive diagnosis and surgical technique.
Mount Kisco, NY: Futura, 1979. 1979 
Tall 8vo. ix, 222 pp. Illus., index. Navy blue gilt-stamped cloth. With 9 contributors. A 2nd edition is in-print at 34 dollars. 
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16 BARCROFT, Henry (1904-1998); H.J.C. SWAN. Sympathetic Control of Human Blood Vessels.
London: Edward Arnold, (1953). 1953 
Series: Monographs of the Physiological Society, no. 1. 8vo. vii, 165 pp. Figs., index. Brown boards printed in black; faded spine. Very good. The first six chapters focus on circulation in skeletal muscle; the appendix takes an historical context of plethysmography. Barcroft was Swan's mentor, and they, "published a series of landmark works that defined the nature of the human vascular response to sympathomimetic agents. Published over 50 years ago at the dawning of the era of cardiac catheterization, these classic manuscripts foreshadowed the research that was later to make him [Swan] one of the best-known cardiologists of his time" (Larry Husten, ['The end of an era': Jeremy (HJC) Swan, – obituary for Swan], 2005). 
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17 BARKER, Joseph M. The Unipolar Electrocardiogram; a clinical interpretation.
New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, (1952). 1952 
8vo. xii, 655 pp. 458 figs., index. Gray cloth. Very good. Barker was a cardiologist ... Special Lecturer in Physiology, Georgetown University School of Medicine; Director of the Heart Station ... at Georgetown, etc. 
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18 BARTTER, Frederic Crosby (1914-1983) (compiler, editor). The Clinical Use of Aldosterone Antagonists…With 23 Contributors.
Springfield et al: Charles C. Thomas, (1960). 1960 
8vo. xi, 211 pp. Figures, index. Dark blue gilt-stamped spine cloth with blind-stamped publisher's emblem, dust-jacket; jacket faded. Very good. "Twenty-three experienced investigators survey the clinical and metabolic results of controlled clinical investigation with aldosterone antagonists in man." (jacket flap.). Among the papers: Studies on Primary Aldosteronism: Effects of Spirolactone, by E.G. Biglieri -- Antagonism of the Electrolyte Effects of Various Corticosteroids by Spirolactones, by C.M. Kagawa. 
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19 BEARN, Alexander G., chairman. Differentiation and Development: Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the New York Heart Association.
Boston: Little, Brown, (1964). 1964 
8vo. ix, 162 pp. Numerous figs. (some color), index. Gilt-stamped green cloth, spine rubbed. Ownership signature. Very good. 
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20 BELL, E.T. (editor). Hypertension; a Symposium held at the University of Minnesota on September 18, 19, and 20, 1950, in honor of Elexious T. Bell, M.D., Benjamin J. Clawson, M.D., and George E. Fahr, M.D.
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, (1951). 1951 
8vo. 573 pp. Illus. Blue cloth, dust-jacket; jacket a remnant. Very good. 
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