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1 ANDRAL, Gabriel (1797-1876). Clinique Médicale, ou Choix d’Observations Recueillies a l’Hôpital de la Charité (Clinique de M. Lerminier). Tomes I-II: Maladies de l’Abdomen. Tomes III-IV: Maladies de Poitrine. Tome V: Maladies de l’Encéphale.
Paris: Librairie de Deville Cavellin, 1834. 
Third edition, revised, corrected, and augmented. 5 volumes. 8vo. viii, 695; [iv], 747; [iv], 572; [iv], 600; [iv], 761 pp. Index, all edges speckled; offsetting to end-leaves, light scattered foxing. Original half calf over marbled paper-backed boards, gilt-stamped spines and orange leather spine labels; worn, most outer joints cracked, spines chipped. Good. Andral was an outstanding French physician, perhaps best known for his research on blood pathology. In 1815, he entered La Faculté de Médecine in Paris, where he met Lerminier at his clinic in 1818. “Rising daily at 0500h and with great single-mindedness and diligence, Andral set about recording and collating his own succinct observations, made…both on patients in the hospital wards, and at the subsequent postmortem examinations…. This amassed material was the source of his first publication: Clinique Médicale…. In general, the four volumes [of the first edition] comprised clear, precise, clinical case reports, relevant postmortem findings and a summary no most of these cases also, there were general reviews on the medical conditions recorded in the same volume” (Doyle, p. 491). Doyle, Leslie. “Gabriel Andral (1797-1876) and the First Reports of Lymphangitis Carcinomatosa.” Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, vol. 82. (1989): pp. 491-93; Osler 1815; Waller 405. First Edition. 
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2 ASTRUP, Tage. Biochemistry of Blood Coagulation.
Copenhagen: Store Nordiske Videnskabsboghandel, 1944. 
8vo. 121 pp. Figs., tables. Printed wrappers; faint water-stain to bottom corner. Ex-library bookplate with embossed stamp on title. Very good. 
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3 BARCROFT, Joseph. The Respiratory Function of the Blood.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1914. 
First edition. 8vo. x, 320 pp. One color plate, photos, 156 text figs., diagrams, index; some light foxing. Red cloth, gilt stamped spine title; covers rubbed. Very good. Garrison & Morton 964. First Edition. 
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4 BIER, August. Hyperämie als Heilmittel.
Leipzig: F.C.W. Vogel, 1905. 
Second revised edition. 8vo. viii, 400 pp. Illustrations, figs. Red cloth, gilt-stamped spine title; minor scuff to front pastedown. Fine. 
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5 Da COSTA, John Chalmers. (1863-1933) Clinical Hematology. A practical guide to the examination of the blood with reference to diagnosis
Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co. 1901 hardcover 2 
Philadelphia:: P. Blakiston's Son & Co.. 1901. hardcover. 2. First edition. 8vo. xxxii, [19]-474 pp. Eight color plates, 48 figs. Original red blind-stamped cloth, gilt-stamped spine title; spine ends frayed. Bookplate and ink stamps of Pasadena Medical Library, signature of H W Hoaglund on front flyleaf. Very good. . Cordasco 00-0756. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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6 GRUBER, U.F. Blood Replacement. Translated by L. Oxtoby and Dr. R.F. Armstrong. With 20 Figures.
Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer-Verlag, 1969. 
8vo. xi, (xii), 284 pp. Figs., tables, index. White cloth, blue- and red-stamped cover and spine titles. Previous owner’s inked signature. Near fine. 
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7 HADEN, Russell L. Studies in hematology. Delivered at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Lawrence, Kansas City.
Lawrence: Published by the University Extension Division, University of Kansas 1940 hardcover Porter Lectures Series, X. 227 x 157 mm. 8vo. [x], 86 pp. Figs., tables. Gilt-stamped navy cloth. Ownership signature. Very good 
Lawrence:: Published by the University Extension Division, University of Kansas. 1940. hardcover. Porter Lectures Series, X. 227 x 157 mm. 8vo. [x], 86 pp. Figs.,. tables. Gilt-stamped navy cloth. Ownership signature. Very good.. 2 
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8 HARTRIDGE, Hamilton (1886-1976), & Francis John Worsley ROUGHTON (1899-1972) "The Velocity with Which Carbon Monoxide Displaces Oxygen from Combination with Hæmoglobin. Part I." In: Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, vol. 94, no. B 662
London: Royal Society 1923 paperback 1 
London:: Royal Society. 1923. paperback. 1. 8vo. (Article): 336-367 pp. Figs. (Whole issue): 335-404 pp. Figs. Printed wrappers. FINE. . Important study of the blood. Garrison and Morton 962. 
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9 HOME, Everard. A farther investigation of the component parts of the blood.
Extracted from: London: Philosophical Transactions, 1819 [1820]. 
4to. 10 pp. 2 plates. Disbound; modern blue wrappers. Very good. FIRST EDITION. The Croonian Lecture; Home gave fifteen such lectures between 1794 and 1826. Home became John Hunter’s brother-in-law. In 1800 he assumed custody of Hunter’s manuscripts and proceeded to freely plagiarize from them before he destroyed the collection in 1823. He was also the first curator of the Hunterian Museum. See: Garrison and Morton, 315 etc.; DSB VI, pp.478-9. First Edition. 
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10 MacFARLANE, Andrew A Clinical Manual: A Guide to the Practical Examination of the Excretions, Secretions, and the Blood, for the Use of Physicians and Students
New York and London: G. P. Putnam’s Sons 1894 hardcover 2 
New York and London:: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. 1894. hardcover. 2. FIRST EDITION. Small 8vo. xii, 139 pp. Illustrations (several in color), figs., tables, index. Burgundy cloth, gilt-stamped cover and spine titles; spine ends a bit frayed. Ownership rubber stamp. Very good. First Edition. 
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11 MAGENDIE, F.; John BELL [ed.]. Lectures on the Blood; and on the Changes which undergoes during disease …
Philadelphia … 1839. 
[Being either a sample of a published work, or extracts to encourage readers to acquire a full-copy of the finished publication. [in] The Select Medical Library and Eclectic Journal of Medicine, Vol. III, No. 12, Whole No. 36. Philadelphia: Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell, 1839. 8vo. [Various paginations]. Light foxing throughout, not affecting legibility. Original printed wrappers; torn, rear cover missing a piece, lacking spine. Front cover gift inscription. Good. Largely an early version of a publisher’s dummy showing parts of chapters of Magendie’s work on the blood. Otherwise the journal contains medical news and contemporary medical book reviews. Includes: CHARLTON, Edward. “Preservation of Dead Bodies.” (pp. 447-449). Also: “Galvanic Experiments on a Body Recently Dead.” 
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12 MOULTON, Forest Ray, editor. Blood, heart and circulation.
Washington, D.C.: The Science Press, 1940. 
Series: Publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, No. 13. 260 x 195 mm. Tall 8vo. [viii], 331 pp. List of contributors, illus.; minor foxing on preliminaries and endleaves. Blue cloth, gilt spine; edges foxed. Very good. FIRST EDITION. Comprehensive and authoritative discussions of diseases of the heart and the circulatory system and their treatment; discusses the blood, the heart and the circulation as physiological systems, both in health and in disease. First Edition. 
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13 WOOLDRIDGE, L.C. On the Chemistry of the Blood and Other Scientific Papers. Arranged by Victor Horsley and Ernest Starling.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1893. 
8vo. vi, 354 pp. One folding plate; partially unopened. Red cloth, gilt-stamped spine title; spine faded. Fine. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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