Category: Fevers


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Dissertatio medica inauguralis de typho. . .

By: CUNLIFFE, Thomas.

Price: $28.00

Publisher: Edinburgh:, D. Schaw et Filium, 1814.: 1814

Seller ID: M3990

209 x 130 mm. 8vo. [iv], 30 pp. Self-wraps. Fine. View more info

Tractatus de febribus.

By: FIZES, Antoine (1689-1765).

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Hagae-Comitum:, Sumptibus Petri De Hondt, 1753.: 1753

Seller ID: M3999

166 x 95 mm. 12mo. [vi], 324 pp. Headpieces, tailpieces. Contemporary full mottled calf, raised bands, gilt spine, brown leather spine label; spine ends chipped, corners showing. Ownership signatures. Very good. THIRD EDITION, corrected and emended. Sixteen chapters on the various forms of fevers. Blake, NLM, p. 148; Wellcome, III, p. 30 (2nd ed., Paris 1749; 4th ed., The Hague, 1754). RLIN: NLM. View more info

Commentarii duodecim de febribus ad Hippocratis disciplinam accommodati.

By: GLASS, Thomas (1709-1786).

Price: $200.00

Publisher: Amsterdam:, Isaac Tirion, 1743.: 1743

Seller ID: M4014

205 x 125 mm. 8vo. xxii, [ii], 216 pp. Engraved title page vignette of Hugo Grotius by T. C. Philips, headpieces, tailpieces, floriated initials; marginal tears on first 4 leaves, paper slightly brittle. Modern red buckram, gilt spine; rubbed, inner hinge broken. Ex library rubber stamps of the Surgeon General's Office Library, Army Medical Library, Cleveland Branch. Very good. FIRST DUTCH EDITION. First edition, London, 1742. An English edition of 1752 was entitled: Twelve commentaries on fevers. Explaining the method of curing these disorders, upon the principle of Hippocrates. Dedicated to... View more info

Dissertatio medica inauguralis de scrofula. . .

By: HORNER, Fewster Robert.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Edinburgh:, Joannes Moir, 1827.: 1827

Seller ID: M4037

210 x 131 mm. 8vo. [viii], 37 pp. Self-wraps. Very good. View more info

Meditationes circa febrem malignam topicam biliosam vel cholericam putrem recentiorum. . .

By: KRAHMER, Johannes Martinus.

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Argentorati,, excudebat Officina Kursneriana, 1765.: 1765

Seller ID: M4056

230 x 188 mm. 4to. 38 pp. Dis-bound; water stain on title, corners chipped. Very good. Not in OCLC. View more info

"Die peurperale Sepsis." Offprint from: Munchener medizinischen Wochenschrift, Nr. 37, S. 1580, Nr. 38, S. 1634, (1928).

By: SCHOTTMULLER, Hugo (1867-1936).

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Munich:, medizinischen Wochenschrift, 1928.: 1928

Seller ID: M4103

220 x 145 mm. 8vo. 24 pp. 5 figs.; occasional marginalia. Self-wraps. Ownership signature. Very good. SchottmUller is known for having isolated Streptothrix (Actimoncyes) muris ratti from human patients bitten by rats. See: Garrison and Morton 5325 (not this item). View more info

De recondita febrium intermittentium, tum remittentium natura, et de earum curatione; variis experimentis & observationibus illustratâ. . .

By: SENAC, Jean Baptiste (1693-1770).

Price: $185.00

Publisher: Genevae,, Apud Fratres de Tournes, 1769.: 1769

Seller ID: M4105

200 x 121 mm. 8vo. xxiv, 416, [1] pp. Headpieces, tailpieces, floriated initials, errata; lightly browned. Contemporary quarter calf, vellum corners, gilt spine; rubbed spine ends chipped. Very good. SECOND EDITION, revised and enlarged. First edition, Amsterdam, 1759. English translation, Philadelphia, 1805, by Charles Caldwell. This is Senac's valuable treatise on the nature and treatment of intermitting and remitting fevers. Jean Baptiste Senac was an eminent French physician who wrote numerous books and papers on various aspects of anatomy, physiology and medicine. His works, according to... View more info

Disputatio medica inauguralis de febre infantili remittente. . .

By: SMITH, Robert.

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Edinburgh:, Neill, 1817.: 1817

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: M2035

218 x 139 mm. 4to. [vi], 35 pp. Contemporary full diced tan calf, gilt spine, covers blind-stamped, a.e.g.; spine ends neatly repaired. Inscribed: "Dr. Home with the esteem & grateful acknowledgements of the Author." Ownership signature of H. B. Fell and blind-stamp. Presentation note on "Jake Zeitlin: Books" note paper addressed to Doctor Belt. Very good. INAUGURAL DISSERTATION by Robert Smith on the remission of infantile fevers. This dissertation was directed by George Baird, Praefect of the Edinburgh Academy, who directed a number of other inaugural dissertations in the 18... View more info

Essai sur la fievre pernicieuse, presente et soutenu a la Faculte de Medecine de Strasbourg, le Mardi 14 Août 1832, a midi, pour obtenir le grade de docteur en medecine, par. . .

By: TOURDES, Gabriel.

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Strasbourg:, F. G. Levrault, 1832.: 1832

Seller ID: M4116

246 x 200 mm. 4to. [iv], 156 pp. Light foxing. Modern gray paper wrappers. Very good. View more info

Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de vermibus intestinorum. . .

By: WALLIS, Thomas.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Edinburgh:, Balfour & Smellie, 1784.: 1784

Seller ID: M4120

201 x 125 mm. 8vo. [vi], 53 pp. Lightly browned. Self-wraps. Very good. View more info

Obervationes de febribus praecipue intermittentibus & ex earum genere continuis. . . Juxta secundam Hannovarensem auctiorem, & emendatiorem.

By: WERLHOF, Paul Gottlieb (1710-1790).

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Venetiis,, Apud Laurentium Basilium, 1764.: 1764

Seller ID: M4126

186 x 120 mm. 8vo. xxiii, [1], 327 pp. Woodcut title vignette, headpieces, floriated initials, index; occasional light foxing. Contemporary full mottled calf, raised bands, red leather spine label, gilt spine; rubbed, top hinge starting at foot of spine. Bookplate of "Ex musaeo Josephi Castelle, Doctoris Medici Monspeliensis" on front paste-down. Castelle's ownership signature on rear paste-down. Very good. SECOND VENETIAN EDITION. An important gathering of observations on fevers by one of Germany's leading practitioners of the eighteenth century. "An epoch-making work on alternat... View more info

Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de febre intermittente. . .

By: WEST, Arthur.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Edinburgh:, P. Neill, 1825.: 1825

Seller ID: M4127

208 x 131 mm. 8vo. [viii], 23 pp. Self-wraps. Fine. View more info