Author:KEITH, Arthur (1866-1955)

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Menders of the Maimed. The Anatomical & Physiological Principles Underlying the Treatment of Injuries to Muscles, Nerves, Bones, & Joints.

By: KEITH, Arthur (1866-1955).

Price: $28.00

Publisher: New York:, Robert E. Krieger, 1975.: 1975

Seller ID: M9499


8vo. 335 pp. Facsimile engravings, index. Gilt stamped red cloth. FINE. Facsimile of first edition of 1919. "Gives details of the work of John Hunter, Hugh Owen Thomas, Little, Stromeyer, Marshall Hall, Arbuthnot Lane, Syme, Julius Wolff, etc., in the development of modern orthopedics." Garrison and Morton 4479. First Edition. View more info

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An Autobiography.

By: KEITH, Arthur (1866-1955).

Price: $8.00

Publisher: London:, Watts, 1950. Thick: 1950

Seller ID: EG1300


8vo. vi, [2], 721, [1] pp. Frontis. port, 6 plates, index. Green gilt-stamped cloth, dust jacket; jacket extremities badly worn. Very good. Dust jacket present. View more info

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Menders of the Maimed. The Anatomical & Physiological Principles Underlying the Treatment of Injuries to Muscles, Nerves, Bones, & Joints.

By: KEITH, Arthur (1866-1955).

Price: $26.00

Publisher: New York:, Robert E. Krieger, 1975.: 1975

Seller ID: EG1095


8vo. [iv], 335, [1] pp. Illus., index. Red gilt-stamped cloth. Fine. Facsimile of 1919 first edition. First Edition. View more info

Menders of the maimed; the anatomical & physiological principles underlying the treatment of injuries to muscles, nerves, bones, & joints.

By: KEITH, Sir Arthur (1866-1955).

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Philadelphia:, J. B. Lippincott, n.d.:

Seller ID: M8529


8vo. xii, 335 pp. Frontis. port. of John Hunter, figs., index. Green buckram, gilt spine, dust-jacket. Bookplate of Raymond M. Wallerius, M. D. Very good. LIMITED EDITION of 1,500 numbered copies. This important history of orthopedic surgery "gives details of the work of John Hunter, John Hilton, Hugh Owen Thomas, Little, Stromeyer, Marshall Hall, Arbuthnot Lane, Syme, Julius Wolff, etc., in the development of modern orthopaedics." Garrison and Morton 4479. View more info