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1 ALBEE, Fred H. Bone-Graft Surgery.
Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1915. 1915 
8vo. 417, 16 pp. 332 illustrations with 3 in color, indices. Gilt-stamped maroon cloth, edges rubbed; rear inner hinge cracked; tears on preliminaries to p. 66. Very good. Garrison and Morton 5757. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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2 ATKINS, Hedley The surgeon's craft
Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas 1965 hardcover 1 
Springfield, IL:: Charles C. Thomas. 1965. hardcover. 1. 190 x 132 mm. 8vo. x, 201 pp. 4 figs., index. Maroon cloth, gilt spine, dust-jacket. Fine. 
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3 Axhausen, Georg (b. 1877). Leitfaden der zahnarzlichen Chirurgie; EinfUhrung in die klinische Zahnheilkunde fUr Studierende der Medizin und der Zahnheilkunde in 16 Vorlesungen.
Munich: Carl Hanser, 1950. 1950 
8vo. 243 pp. 227 illus., index. Original printed wrappers. On surgery of the mouth. 
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4 BANCROFT, Frederic W. (ed.). Operative Surgery including anesthesia, pre- and postoperative treatment, principles of surgical technic, blood transfusion and abdominal surgery.
New York & London: D. Appleton-Century Co., (1941). 1941 
First edition. Thick 8vo. xix, 1102 pp. Numerous illus. (a few color). Green cloth, black- and gilt-stamped spine title. Fine. First Edition. 
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5 BAUER, Karl Heinrich; Alfred BRUNNER; Kurt LINDEMAN [eds.]. Ergebnisse der Chirurgie und Orthopädie. Sechsundvierzigster Band [46].
Berlin: Springer, 1964. 
46th vol., series editors: E. Payr and H. Küttner 8vo. 342 pp. 127 figures, index. Gilt-stamped navy blue cloth. Ownership signature of Karl J. Schmutzer. Very good. Scarce. Includes six papers: R. HARING on gastric cancer, [“Die Chirurgie der kardiananhen Magencarcinome”], E. Kern & C. KUHBIER, “Entstehung, Klinik, Therapie und Prophylaxe der peritonealen Adhäsioen,” W. WENZ on thorotrast tumors, E. KERN, C. KUHBIER on clinical aspects of pathogenesis, and K. F. SCHLEGEL on spina bifida with marked hammer toes, etc. German text only. 
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Institutes of surgery: arranged in the order of the lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh., BELL, Sir Charles (1774-1842).
6 BELL, Sir Charles (1774-1842). Institutes of surgery: arranged in the order of the lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black; London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1838. 1838 
FIRST EDITION. Two volumes. 211 x 134 mm. 12mo. xxiv, 353, [ads, 2]; ix, 380 pp. Original green cloth, printed paper spine labels; rubbed, Vol. II faded. Ownership signatures of I. M. Brandon, 1839. Very good. REFERENCES: DSB, I, pp. 583-584; Gordon-Taylor 67; Heirs of Hippocrates 1310 (Philadelphia, 1840); Hirsch, I, p. 379; Orr Historical Collection 57 (Philadelphia, 1840); Thornton, Medical books, libraries and collectors, rev. ed., pp. 153-154; Waller 858; Wellcome, II, p. 136; Zimmerman & Veith, Great ideas in the history of surgery, pp. 410-413. First Edition. 
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7 BELL, Sir Charles (1774-1842). Institutes of surgery: arranged in the order of the lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh & London: Adam & Charles Black; Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1838. 
FIRST (and only) EDITION. Two volumes. 12mo. xxiv, [2], 353; ix, 380 pp. Original green cloth, printed paper spine labels; top margin of title trimmed of both title-pages (removing former ownership signature), paper labels are darkened, spine ends chipped, corners showing, front hinge neatly repaired, inner hinges reinforced with Kozo. Bookplate of Morris L. Parker and institutional bookplate (related spine call numbers painted over neatly). Very good. Deals with a wide array of surgical cases and especially of amputation, diseases of the testicle, hernia, lithotomy, diseases of women, neck and throat wounds, cancer, Caesarian section, amputation of the diseased penis (p. 249), etc. REFERENCES: DSB, I, pp. 583-584; Gordon-Taylor 67; Heirs of Hippocrates 1310 (Philadelphia, 1840); Hirsch, I, p. 379; Orr Historical Collection 57 (Philadelphia, 1840); Thornton, Medical books, libraries and collectors, rev. ed., pp. 153-154; Waller 858; Wellcome, II, p. 136; Zimmerman & Veith, Great ideas in the history of surgery, pp. 410-413. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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8 Bibliotheca Anatomica, Medica, Chirurgica, &c. Containing a description of The several Parts of the body: Each done by some One or more Eminent physician or chirurgeon; with their Diseases and Cures… Vol. The Third and Last… in the Savoy, 1714.
n.p.: Pfizer Laboratories, 1981. 1981 
Thin 8vo. [4], 56, [4] pp. Quarter tan leatherette over blue boards, gilt-stamped cover and spine titles. Fine. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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9 BOWER, George E., et al. Studies from the Laboratories of the Department of Surgery. Vol. II: 1910-1917.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1917. 
8vo. [various paginations]. Figures; water-stain to top right margin of last 50 pp. (not affecting text), mild library card residue to rear free end-leaf. Blue cloth, gilt-stamped spine; corners rubbed, white painted spinal library number. Bookplate, rubber stamps, title-page University of Oregon Medical School blind-stamp and “Damaged by Fire” rubber stamp. Good. Featuring 20 medical papers, including “The Development of the Blastoderm of the Chick in Vitro by John E. McWhorter & Allen O. Whipple, and “The Periosteum in Bone Transplantations” by Clarence A. McWilliams. 
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10 BOWERS, Warner F., editor. Surgery of trauma. With forewords by Melvin A. Cashberg and Surgeons General of the Army, the Navy and the Air Force.
Philadelphia, etc.: J. B. Lippincott, (1953). 1953 
260 x 186 mm. Tall 8vo. xxv, 605 pp. 284 figs., indexes. Blind-stamped beige cloth, gilt spine, dust-jacket; jacket chipped, else fine. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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11 British Journal of Surgery. The British Journal of Surgery: General Index to Volumes XI-XX, From July 1923 to April 1933, Numbers 41-80.
Bristol, et al.: John Wright and Sons, et al., 1933. 1933 
8vo. [ii], 183, ad [1] pp. Red cloth, gilt-stamped cover and spine titles; spine a bit sunned. Near fine. 
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12 BROWN, Alfred. Old Masterpieces in Surgery, Being a Collection of Thoughts and Observations Engendered by a Perusal of Some of the Works of Our Forbears in Surgery.
Omaha: Privately printed, 1928. 1928 
8vo. xviii, 263 pp. Illustrations, index. Quarter blue cloth with blue paper boards, printed cover and spine labels; spine label scuffed. Near fine. A collection of individual articles, revised in book form by the author. 
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13 BRUNSCHWIG, Hieronymus (1450-c. 1520). The book of cirurgia, with a study on Hieronymus Brunschwig and his work by Henry E. Sigerist.
Milano: R. Lier, 1923. 1923 
Facsimile of the Strassburg/GrĂĽninger edition of 1497. Small 4to. 272, xiv pp. 52 large woodcut facsimiles. Original half coarse tan cloth over paper-covered boards, black-stamped spine title; boards rubbed. Very good. cf. Garrison & Morton 5559 (1st ed. of 1497): ?First important printed surgical treatise in German. It combines a compilation of the ancient and medieval authorities with Brunschwig’s own extensive experience. It contains the first detailed account of gunshot wounds in medical literature and is notable for its wood-cuts, some of the earliest specimens of medical illustration.? First Edition. 
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14 BRUNSCHWIG, Hieronymus (c. 1450-c. 1512). Dis ist das Buch der Cirurgia: Hantwirckung der Wundartzny.
(Weiler im Allgäu, Germany: Druckerei Holzer for Editions Medicina Rara), [c. 1970s]. 1970 
Facsimile reprint of 1497 edition (Strasbourg: J. Schönsperger). 4to. iv, [iv-v], [8]-128 ff. Color illustrations. Quarter parchment over Römerturm rag paper, white paper-backed board slipcase; slipcase rubbed (later labels removed from slip-case spine). Small ink holograph “148” at f. [ii]. Prospectus (Folio, Medicina Rara, Vol. 1, No. 4, 4 pp.) laid-in. Very good +. LIMITED EDITION of 2,500 (2,800 total) copies. Brunschwig “was a German physician, surgeon, chemist, and pharmacologist. He was notable for his early work on chemical techniques, as well as his methods of treatment of gunshot wounds” (Wikipedia). 
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15 BRYANT, Thomas; ROBERTS, John B. (ed.). A Manual for the Practice of Surgery.
Philadelphia: Henry C. Lea’s Son & Co., 1881. 1881 
Third American Edition. 8vo. xx, (17)-1005 pp. Illustrations, figs., index; endleaves lightly foxed. Original blue cloth, gilt-stamped spine title; extremities rubbed, corner bumped. Very good. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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16 BURCH, Buford H., & Arthur C. MILLER. Surgical diseases of the lung.
Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, (1961). 1961 Signed
8vo. xii, 128 pp. Plates. Cloth, dust-jacket. INSCRIBED by the author to Hurley Robinson. Fine. 
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17 BUSCH, E., C. H. HERTZ, K. KETTEL, L. LEKSELL, K. LIDEN, K. SCHĂśRMANN & O. SJĂ–QVIST. Chirurgie der Hirnnerven und Hirnbahnen.
Berlin, Göttingen & Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1957. 1957 
Series: Handbuch der Neurochirurgie, Sechster band. Large 8vo. viii, 249 pp. Numerous figs., index. Blue cloth, gilt-stamped cover and spine titles, dust jacket. Fine. Dust jacket present. 
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18 CABOT, A.T. Papers upon Abdominal Surgery.
Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1902. 1902 
8vo. 34 pp. 4 figs. Original printed wrappers; spine mended. Ex-library rubber stamps and cover call number. Very good. Scarce. Offprint. 
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19 CEMACH, A.J. Surgical Diagnosis in Tabular Outline for Students and Physicians. Authorized Translation, with Additions and Notes by Edward L. Bortz. With an Introductory Note by John B. Deaver.
Philadelphia: F.A. Davis, 1928. 1928 
4to. x, 19 pp. 109 tabular forms and 129 plates, with 548 subjects, many in color. Dark blue-green cloth, gilt-stamped cover and spine titles; extremities lightly spotted. Previous owner’s inked signature and rubber stamp. Very good. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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20 Columbia University. Studies from the Laboratories of the Department of Surgery. Volume III, 1918-1920.
New York: Columbia University, 1920. 1920 
8vo. Various paginations. Plates (one in color), figs., tables. Blue cloth, gilt-stamped spine title. Ex-library bookplate and embossed stamp on title, spine call number painted over. Good. A volume of reprints representing most of the published work done in the Surgical Laboratories and the Presbyterian Hospital during the years 1918-1920. 
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