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Practical Illustrations of Typhus Fever, of the Common Continued Fever, and of Inflammatory Diseases. . . .With Notes, Critical and Explanatory, by Nathaniel Potter.

By: ARMSTRONG, John (1784–1829)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Philadelphia:, James Webster, 1822.: 1822

Seller ID: M12287


Sm. 4to. xvi, 17-434 pp. Title and following leaves loose, foxed, stained. Disbound. Ownership signature. As is. View more info

Recherches anatomiques, pathologiques et therapeutiques sur la maladie connue sous les noms de gastro- enterite, fievre putride, adynamique, ataxique, typhoide, etc., etc., comparee avec les maladies aigues les plus ordinaires.

By: LOUIS, Pierre Charles Alexandre (1787-1872).

Price: $245.00

Publisher: Paris:, J.-B. Bailliere, 1829.: 1829

Seller ID: M4059


Two volumes. 211 x 136 mm. 8vo. xii, 548; [iv], 531 pp. Vol. I water-damaged (first 7 ff. heavily mold-stained). Modern quarter dark brown morocco, marbled boards, red leather spine labels; new end-leaves. Ex library blind stamps on titles. Except for stains, very good. FIRST EDITION. "Louis introduced the term 'typhoid fever' in reference to the disturbed mental condition of the patient; he first described the lenticular rose spots. His book established the pathological picture of the disease. English translation, Boston, 1836." Garrison and Morton. "Although Louis did not clearl... View more info

Tractatus de morbo mucoso. Denvo recusus annexaque praefatione de trichuridibus novo vermium genere editus ab Henrico Augusto Wrisbeg, Professore medico et anatomico Goettingensi.

By: ROEDERER, Johann Georg (1726-1763) & Carl Gottlieb WAGLER (1731-1778).

Price: $275.00

Publisher: Goettingae:, Victorinum Bossiegei, 1783.: 1783

Seller ID: M4097


171 x 108 mm. 8vo. xxxviii, [4, blank], 331, [1, explicatio figurarum] pp. Headpieces, tailpiece, 3 engraved folding plates. Contemporary marbled boards; spine label missing, rubbed. Very good. SECOND LATIN EDITION. THIS IS THE FIRST EDITION TO CONTAIN THE PREFACE BY HENRI-AUGUSTE WRISBERG, WITH FOLDING PLATES. "An exhaustive study of typhoid, which the writers confused with dysentery and relapsing fever." Garrison and Morton. "During the heavy typhoid epidemic at Gottingen (1757-63), a careful account of the disease was published, in 1762, by Johann Georg Roederer, professor at t... View more info