Atlas of Congenital Cardiac Disease.

By: ABBOTT, Maude E. (1869-1940).

Price: $175.00

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Folio. x, 62 pp. Illus. throughout, index. Maroon cloth; faded. LIMITED EDITION of 1500 copies. This is a facsimile of the original 1936 edition. "The facsimile reprint is sometimes confused with the original edition, but it has a printed label, with the date August 1954, glued to the title page. It has the same kind and color of cloth binding as the original edition but is slightly reduced in size." – Malcolm Kottler. Garrison-Morton 2865 cites the first edition. Abbott, one of Canada's earliest female medical graduates, an expert on congenital heart disease. She received her M.D., C.M. from Bishop's University in 1894 and was the only woman in her class. "In the Foreword to this book, the eminent cardiologist, Paul D. White, stated that 'it was left to Maude Abbott, fired by a spark from Osler, to make the subject one of such general and widespread interest that we no longer regard it with either disdain or awe as a mystery for the autopsy table alone to discover and to solve. She has been the most important of the pioneers in establishing congenital heart disease as a living part of clinical medicine.' Abbott, refused admission to the medical school of McGill University in Montreal, received her medical degree from Bishop's College. Abbott eventually was appointed to the McGill medical faculty and was later appointed curator of the McGill Medical Historical Museum. A skilled physician and pathologist, she utilized her broad clinical experience and exposure to the wide range of specimens at the museum to prepare this book on cardiac anomalies. Well illustrated with twenty-five detailed plates, it has become a classic in its field." – Heirs of Hippocrates 2276. [E. Ray Borun] First Edition.

Title: Atlas of Congenital Cardiac Disease.

Author Name: ABBOTT, Maude E. (1869-1940).

Categories: Cardiology,

Publisher: New York:, American Heart Association, [1954].: 1954

lbs: 3.00 lbs

Seller ID: M12543

Keywords: Cardiology