Annual of the universal medical sciences; a yearly report of the progress of the general sanitary sciences throughout the world. . .

By: SAJOUS, Charles Euchariste de Medicis (1852-1929), editor.

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Volume three only. 244 x 162 mm. 8vo. Each Section is separately paginated and starts with a letter of the alphabet, A-R, 16 pages of ads. Numerous figs. and chromo-lithographic plates, index. Blind-stamped dark green cloth, gilt spine; inner hinges cracked. Ownership signature of Alfred Heacock Whittaker. Very good. This work was prepared with seventy associate editors and assisted by over two hundred corresponding editors, collaborators and correspondents. The lead editor, Charles Sajous, was a pioneering American endocrinologist, who wrote the first treatise upon the subject. This volume contains seventeen Sections, primarily on surgical topics. Lewis A. Stimson (1844-1917) contributed the Section on Fractures and dislocations; Edward Constant Seguin (1843-1898) wrote the Section on Traumatic neuroses; and James Morrie Barton (b. 1846) and Lawrence Wolff (1845?-1901) contributed a chapter on anesthetics. Cordasco 90-7753 records six volumes, 1898-1901.

Title: Annual of the universal medical sciences; a yearly report of the progress of the general sanitary sciences throughout the world. . .

Author Name: SAJOUS, Charles Euchariste de Medicis (1852-1929), editor.

Categories: Endocrinology,

Publisher: Philadelphia, etc.:, F. A. Davis, 1890.: 1890

lbs: 3.00 lbs

Seller ID: M6450

Keywords: Endocrinology