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1 MARCHAND, Felix Jacob (1846-1928). Der Process der Wundheilung mit Einschluss der Transplantation.
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke, 1901. 1901 
8vo. lx, 528 pp. 108 figures. Original quarter hardbound with marbled paper boards, a.e. marbled; spine replaced with kozo. Ex-library bookplate with embossed stamp on title. Very good. This work reviews the known literature on skin grafting, transplantation and wound healing. ?The pathologist Felix Marchand stated in 1901 that a successful transplantation requires that the transplant's cellular elements multiply and connect organically with its surroundings.? - Thomas Schlich, The Origins of Organ Transplantation: Surgery and Laboratory ... 2010. Marchand, German pathologist, born in Halle an der Saale, studied medicicne in Berlin, became a professor of pathological anatomy in Giessen (1881), then in 1883 went to Marburg, in 1900 he went to Leipzig succeeding Felix Victor Birch-Hirschfeld (who died in 1899). See: Biographisches Lexikon hervorragender Ärzte des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts (1901). 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 NEUHOF, Harold (b. 1884) & Samuel HIRSCHFIELD The transplantation of tissues
New York & London: Surgical Mo graphs hardcover 1 
New York & London:: Surgical Mo. graphs. hardcover. 1. 27 cm. xiii, 297 pp. Color frontis., 110 illus., index. Original black cloth, gilt. Fine. . FIRST EDITION. An early and classic work on the modern principles of transplantation. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
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3 [KAHN] "Research at U of M and at MSU yielding new breakthroughs."
In: Health guidelines for you, January, 1970. 1970 
214 x 137 mm. Pages 4-7. [Entire issue: 15 pp.] 2 ports. Printed wrappers. Very good. On an early lung transplant in dogs. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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