Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1831. First American edition. 8vo. xxii, 464 pp. Contemporary sheep. "First textbook of neuropathology. Originally published in a series of articles in Edin. med. surg. J., 1818-19, and first collected into book form in the German translation, with appendix, by C. Nasse, Bonn, E. Weber, 1821"...
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London: Macmillan and Co, 1903. First edition, presentation copy. 8vo. 59 pp. Original linen-backed blue printed boards. Presentation copy, inscribed "With the Orator's Compliments" on the front board, of Allchin's address to the Royal College of Physicians on 19 October 1903. In 1885, Allchin published the first detailed description of ulcerative colitis (see Garrison-Morton-Norman 3482.2).
Bethesda: Study of Child Growth and Development and Disease Patterns in Primitive Cultures, National Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders andd Stroke / Department of Health Education and Welfare, 1975. Third Revision. 220 pp.
Philadelphia: Henry C. Lea, 1876. First edition. 8vo. 607 pp. Original flexible cloth. Includes: MORTON, Thomas George (1835-1903). "A peculiar and painful affection of the fourth metatarso-phalangeal articulation". Pp. 37-45. First complete description of anterior metatarsalgia (“Morton’s disease”). Garrison-Morton-Norman 4341. See Cordasco 70-2526.WARREN, Jonathan Mason (1811-1867). "Operations for fissure of.....
Philadelphia: Lea Brothers, 1886. First edition. 8vo. Contemporary half leather. Contains: Charles FINLAY. “Yellow fever: its transmission by means of the Culex mosquito.” Pp. 395-409.
Philadelphia and New York: Lea & Febiger, 1910. First edition. 8vo. Original cloth. Includes: CUSHING, Harvey Williams. "The functions of the pituitary body." Pp. 473-84. G-M-N 1161.BRILL, Nathan Edwin. "An acute infectious disease of unknown origin. A clinical study based on 221 cases." Pp. 484-502. G-M-N 5382.
New York: Samuel Wood & Sons, 1832. 8vo. Contemporary sheep.
New York: Paul Hoeber, 1925. First edition. Folio. Original cloth-backed boards, printed paper spine label, uncut. Includes:John Ruräh's essay on William Cadogan's A dissertation on the gout, and all chronic diseases, jointly considered, as proceeding from the same causes; what those causes are; and a rational and natural method of.....
New York: Paul Hoeber, 1917-1937. First editions. Together 11 volumes, 4to. Illustrations in text. Full volumes bound in red library cloth, gilt-lettered on spines; the two final single issues in original printed wrappers. A large run of this important journal. Garrison-Morton-Norman 6652. Included in this run are: HYDE, Edward, Earl...
New York: Evert Duyckinck et al, 1824. 8vo. Contemporary sheep.
Boston: Timothy Bedlington, 1829. Fourth(?) American edition. 8vo. 559 pp. Contemporary American mottled sheep, red morocco lettering-piece. "The present volume embraces a great variety of diseases; diseases peculiarly interesting and important from their frequent occurrence, fatal tendency" (Preface by Leland). Earlier American editions were published in 1821, 1822, and 1824. Cordasco 20-0026.
Lyons: Anisson and Posuel, 1699. Second edition. 8vo. 407 pp. One engraved plate. Contemporary calf. Provenance: contemporary ink inscription on title. "Baglivi, Professor of Anatomy at Rome, had a short but brilliant career. He wrote Praxis medica and De fibra motrice, and originated the so-called 'solidar' pathology; he also devoted...
London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1873. First edition. 8vo. Baker's paper is on pp. 198-211. Entire volume: 257 pp., 81 pp. tables at end. Contemporary half cloth, marbled boards. "First description of erythema serpens, usually called 'erysipeloid of Rosenbach', following the latter’s paper in Arch. klin. Chir., 1887, 36, 346" (Garrison-Morton-Norman 4064).
London: Smith, Elder, 1877, 1885. First edition. Together two volumes. 8vo. Baker's paper is on pp. 245-61 in the first and pp. 177-90 in the second. Entire volumes: 354; Statistical tables at end; 312 pp, tables at end. Plates. Original red cloth, gilt-lettered on spine. Plates. Original red cloth, gilt-lettered...
CMG, 2007. 62 pp.
Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1864. Third American edition. 8vo. Original cloth.
Columbia Univ Press, 1987.
Sipuco, 1954. First. 280 pp. text in French.
Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1847. Second edition. 8vo. xxix, 547 pp., advertisements at end. Contemporary sheep, black morocco lettering-piece. "It remains one of the most notable contributions of American physicians to the subject." (Osler). First published in 1842. Cordasco 40-0055.
Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1842. First edition. 8vo. [xviii], 393 pp. Original cloth, gilt-lettered on spine. "In 1842 Elisha Bartlett's work appeared in which, for the first time in a systematic treatise, Typhoid and Typhus were separately considered with admirable clearness" (Osler Textbook, 7th ed., p. 57). Cordasco 40-0053.
Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1861. First American edition. 8vo. 463 pp. Wood-engravings in text. Original cloth. Provenance: C. H. Ferguson, Toledo, OH (signature on pastedown). This is the first of three books Barwell wrote on orthopedics. Includes sections on synovitis, rheumatism, pyarthrosis, acute articular osteitis, chronic rheumatic arthritis, hip-joint disease...
The John Carter Brown Library, 2002. 42 pp.
Burlington: Chauncey Goodrich, 1847. Second edition. 8vo. 304 pp. Original embossed cloth, gilt-lettered on spine. "Alexis St. Martin, a Canadian half-breed who had sustained a gastric fistula, was treated and investigated by Beaumont. With his human medium, Beaumont as the first to study digestion and the movements of the stomach...
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1980. trade paperback.
New York: D. Appleton, 1870. First edition. 8vo. Original cloth. Includes papers by Isaac E. Taylor, Austin Flint, F. A. Burrall, Jr., Lewis A. Sayre et al.