"Observations on some cases of permanently slow pulse" and "On the microscopical character of mollifies ossium".; In: The Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science. Vol. II. With volume I. William STOKES, 1804 – 1878, John DALRYMPLE.

"Observations on some cases of permanently slow pulse" and "On the microscopical character of mollifies ossium".; In: The Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science. Vol. II. With volume I.

Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1846. First edition. Two volumes, 8vo. In vol. II Stoke's paper is on pp. 73-85; Dalrymple's paper is on pp. 85-95. Entire volumes: 582, 606 pp. Modern half leather. Library inkstamp on title / From the Collection of Allan B. Kirsner, M.D. Item #401971

Stokes: "Stokes’s celebrated account of heart block with syncopal attacks – the Stokes–Adams syndrome [see also G-M-N 2745]. Stokes was most interested in the diagnostic value of this condition. The paper is reprinted in Medical Classics, 1939, 3, 727-38. For history of this syndrome see N. Flaxman, Bull. Inst. Hist. Med., 1937, 5, 115-30" (Garrison-Morton-Norman 2756).

Dalrymple: "Report of the histological examination of bone material containing multiple myeloma from the patient described by Macintyre (G-M-N 4327)" (Garrison-Morton-Norman 4325.1).

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