[3 works bound together] The student's compendium of comparative anatomy. [and:] DAVIES, John. (1796-1872). Selections in pathology and surgery; or, an exposition of the nature and treatment of local disease; exhibiting new pathological views, and pointing out an important practical improvement. [and:] CHRISTISON, Robert (1797-1882). On granular degeneration of the kidneys, and its connection with dropsy, inflammations, and other diseases.

By: EVERS, P.

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Series: Dunglison's American medical library. 8vo. 112, [2 blank], 119, [1], viii, 146 pp. First title- and dedication pages heavily foxed, occasional light foxing elsewhere. Contemporary half calf over brown cloth boards, gilt-stamped black leather spine labels; extremities lightly rubbed. Signature of Wilbur K. Smith, rubber stamp of A. M. Wortman, M.D., Baltimore. Very good. "Davies studied medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, was surgeon to the General Infirmary at Hertford and editor of the London medical and surgical journal. The first part of this work is devoted to a series of articles on inflammation that the author had published in the Medical repository and London medical and surgical journal in 1828." [Heirs of Hippocrates]. "One of Christison's purposes in writing this treatise was to more fully acquaint the medical community with the importance of Bright's work on the kidney. Christison was very conscious of the value of Bright's contributions and felt that the incidence of kidney degeneration in dropsy was so high that it should be made widely known to medical practitioners. The book was first published at Edinburgh in 1839 and is here appearing as part of Dunglison's American medical library." [Heirs of Hippocrates]. Cordasco 30-0316, 30-0239, 30-0191; Heirs of Hippocrates 1554, 1589; Wellcome II, pp. 538, 345 (Edinburgh ed.). PROVENANCE: Albert Monroe Wortman, M.D., (1852-1917) Baltimore, graduated from the St. Louis Medical College in 1873, and is the author of, "Piles, fistula, irritable ulcer, &c. permanently cured: without the knife, ecrasure, clamp, galvano, or actual cautery, and without detention from business ..." 1883.

Title: [3 works bound together] The student's compendium of comparative anatomy. [and:] DAVIES, John. (1796-1872). Selections in pathology and surgery; or, an exposition of the nature and treatment of local disease; exhibiting new pathological views, and pointing out an important practical improvement. [and:] CHRISTISON, Robert (1797-1882). On granular degeneration of the kidneys, and its connection with dropsy, inflammations, and other diseases.

Author Name: EVERS, P.

Categories: Anatomy,

Publisher: Philadelphia:, A. Waldie, 1839.: 1839

lbs: 2.00 lbs

Seller ID: M11456

Keywords: Anatomy