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283 x 199 mm. 4to. 286-287 pp. (Entire Vol.: ii, 48 [ads], (274)-348, 49-96, iii-iv [ads] pp.). Illus. Self-wraps; dog-eared, fore-edge chipped. Ex library rubber stamp on top cover, else very good. FIRST EDITION. Henry Bastian was one of the founders of English neurology. He is remembered for "Bastian's law," which states that transverse lesion of the cord above the lumbar enlargement results in the abolition of the tendon reflexes of the lower extremities. He garners five references in Garrison and Morton. First Edition.
Title: "Note on the probable mode of infection by the so-called filaria perstans, and on the probability that this organism really belongs to the genus tylenchus (Bastian).
Publisher: In [London]:, The Lancet. . ., Vol. I, No. V, (January 30, 1904).: 1904
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