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1 BERGLAND, Richard M., et al. Anatomical variations in the pituitary gland and adjacent structures in 225 human autopsy cases.
In: Journal of Neurosurgery, Vol. XXVIII, No. 2, February, 1968. 1968 
Two volumes in one (Vol. XXVIII, and XXIX). 265 x 172 mm. 8vo. Pages 93-99. [Entire volume: [viii], 620; [viii], 681 pp.] 19 figs. (including 18 color photographs). Blue buckram, gilt spine. Fine. 
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2 GEE, D. J. Lecture Notes on Forensic Medicine.
Oxford and Edinburgh: Blackwell Scientific, (1968). 1968 063204960X / 9780632049608 
FIRST EDITION. Series: Lecture Notes. Small 8vo. x, 268 pp. Fold-outs, illustrations, figs., index. Green cloth, gilt-stamped spine title, dust-jacket; jacket a bit rubbed. Ownership signature on front free endpaper. Very good. ISBN: 063204960X First Edition. 
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3 Medico-Legal Society of New York. Papers read before the Medico-Legal Society of New York, from its organization. Third series. 1875 to 1878. Revised edition.
N.p.: Printed by a Committee of the Medico-Legal Society, 1886. 1886 Signed
242 x 156 mm. 8vo. [viii], 252, [2], [ads, 8] pp. Numerous port. plates, index. Original printed wrappers; front cover present but separated. INSCRIBED BY CLARK BELL on front free end-paper. Untrimmed. Very good. Clark Bell (1832-1918) was born in Whitesville, Jefferson County, New York. His father, Philander, was a blacksmith and young Clark studied law in his leisure hours while working in his father's smithy. In the 1860s, Clark Bell was the attorney for the Union Pacific Railroad and Telegraph Company and directed its efforts to construct the first intercontinental railroad. He was later associated with the Pacific Mail Steamship Company and the Rock Island Railroad. In 1870 he was elected a member of the Medico-Legal society of New York, and two years later became its president, devoting a large part of his time to its business and taking a prominent part in all its discussions. He soon became recognized as a leading New York expert in medical jurisprudence, and contributed valuable papers on that subject to the Proceedings of the Medico-Legal Society. In 1884 he was active in establishing the Medico-Legal Journal and became its editor, and contributed frequently to matters of common interest to the legal and medical professions. In 1885 he represented the United States at the Paris Congress of Medical Jurisprudence. The first of his Medico-Legal Studies appeared in 1889, reaching eleven volumes at the time of his retirement. He edited the Bulletins of the Medico-Legal Congresses, 1889 and 1895, and Medico-Legal Papers in three volumes, of which we have the last volume here. DAB, II, pp. 153-154. 
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4 PARE, Ambroise (1510-1590). The case reports and autopsy records of Ambroise Pare. Compiled and edited by Wallace B. Hamby. Translated from J. P. Malgaigne's "Oeuvres completes d'Ambroise Pare", Paris, 1840.
Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, (1960). 1960 
217 x 146 mm. 8vo. xx, 214 pp. Fronts. port., bibliog., index Brown cloth, dust-jacket. Fine. 
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5 [Forensic Science] National Research Council. DNA Technology in Forensic Science.
Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1992. 1992 0309045878 / 9780309045872 
8vo. xiii, 185 pp. Photos, index. Pictorial wrappers. FINE. ISBN: 0309045878. 
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