"On cerebritis, hysteria, and bulbar paralysis, as illustrative of arrest of function of the cerebro-spinal centres".; In: Guy's Hospital Reports. Edited by H. G. Howse amd Frederick Taylor. Third Series, Vol. 22. Sir Samuel WILKS.

"On cerebritis, hysteria, and bulbar paralysis, as illustrative of arrest of function of the cerebro-spinal centres".; In: Guy's Hospital Reports. Edited by H. G. Howse amd Frederick Taylor. Third Series, Vol. 22

London: J. & A. Churchill, 1877. First edition. 8vo. Wilks's paper is on pp. 7-55. Entire volume: xix, 527 pp. Plates. Contemporary half calf, marbled boards. Provenance: Newberry Library, duplicate (bookplate). Spine reinforced with tape / From the Collection of Allan B. Kirsner, M.D. Item #402023

"The case of 'bulbar paralysis' (pp. 45-55) is believed to be the first definite record of myasthenia gravis" (G-M-N). This volume also includes Wilks's "Historical Notes on Bright's Disease, Addison's Disease, and Hodgkin's Disease" (pp. [259]-274). Garrison-Morton-Norman 4745.

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