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Three volumes. 8vo. xxvi, 224; viii, 228; viii, 246 pp. Vol. I: lightly-colored frontis., 30 figs.; Vol. II: frontis., 8 figs.; Vol. III: frontis., 30 figs., index. Original cloth; rubbed. Ownership rubber stamps and signatures. Very good. "Frerichs's classic monograph on diseases of the liver summarized the existing knowledge and included his own important work on the subject. He discovered leucine and tyrosine in the liver in acute yellow atrophy, a condition to which he devoted much study. Frerichs was Professor of Pathology at Berlin and enjoyed a great reputation; more than any other man he was responsible for the development of scientific teaching in Germany. English translation, London, 1860." Garrison and Morton 3620 (1st ed., Berlin, 1858-1861).
Title: A clinical treatise on diseases of the liver. . . . Translated by Charles Murchison.
Publisher: New York:, Wm. Wood, 1879.: 1879
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: M8194