Author:HALSTED, William Stewart (1852-1922)

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"Self-Eventration of a Large Abdominal Hygroma Through a Scalpel Prick of the Peritoneum" [from] Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Vol. XXXI, No. 347, January, 1920.

By: HALSTED, William Stewart (1852-1922).

Price: $85.00

Publisher: [Baltimore]:, Johns Hopkins, 1920.: 1920

Seller ID: M13006


Offprint. 8vo. 2 pp. 3 figures (on one large folding double-page plate). Original green printed wrappers; front cover slightly soiled. Very good. Offprints of Halsted are rare on the market. It appears that Gerald Imber does not comment on this paper in his book, Genius on the Edge. Johns Hopkins Medical School had just opened in 1893. Halsted was working on a patient of just two years of age. The little girl had a case of abdominal hygroma, a condition that Halsted wrote about, on reflection, in 1920 after having seen the patient some 22 years after the first encounter. The follow-up exam pr... View more info

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William Stewart Halsted, Surgeon.

By: [HALSTED, William Stewart (1852-1922)] W. G. MacCallum.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Baltimore:, Johns Hopkins Press, 1930.: 1930

Seller ID: M13373


First edition. 8vo. xvii, [1], 241, [1] pp. Frontis., illus. Navy blind- and gilt-stamped cloth. Nolan Kaltreider bookplate. Fine. Provenance: Dr. Nolan Levi Kaltreider (1905-1994) of Rochester, NY. [MK] First Edition. View more info

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William Stewart Halsted, Surgeon.

By: [HALSTED, William Stewart (1852-1922] MACCALLUM, William George (1874-1944).

Price: $1,800.00

Publisher: Baltimore:, Johns Hopkins Press, 1930.: 1930

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: MMRM1513


8vo. xvii, [1], 241, [1] pp. Frontis. portrait, 17 illus., fold-out family-tree diagram. Blue blind- and gilt-stamped cloth. Inscription: "To Jack Gibbon in appreciation of our interesting experiences in 'experimental surgery' 1930-1931. E.D.C." Very good. First edition. INSCRIBED BY EDWARD DELOS CHURCHILL TO JOHN HEYSHAM GIBBON, INVENTOR OF THE HEART-LUNG MACHINE. The unique inscription in this copy of MacCallum's biography of Halsted, may well refer to a watershed moment in cardiac surgery, that led to the development of technology and techniques that saved, over the past sixty year... View more info