New Brunswick, NJ:, Rutgers University Press, (1987).: 1987
Seller ID: M13246
8vo. xv, , 342 pp. 14 illustrations, index. Navy blue cloth, silver-stamped spine, dust-jacket. Fine in near fine jacket. ISBN: 0813511909 George Dock was an American pathologist and bacteriologist who worked as Assistant Pathologist to William Osler. "His skill caused Dr. Osler to speak of him as 'a man who knows more about clinical procedures than anyone in the United States" (Fallot, p. 382). "At the dawn of the era of modern medicine, Dr. Dock played an important role in the attainment of new ideals. . . . His contributions to medicine consist of the numerous articles he w... View More...