Título: Die hemianopischen gesichtsfeld-formen und ...
Editorial: Wiesbaden: J.F. Bergmann, 1890, Wiesbaden
Año de publicación: 1890
Edición: First Edition
FIRST EDITION. 8 vo. Fine blue cloth with lea. label on spine, the orig. front printed wrapper bound-in. Uncut. xii,157,(3) pp. Text figs. + atlas of 22 partially colored lithographed plates (3 folding). A very good copy. The German neuro-ophthalmologist, Hermann Wilbrand (b.1851) dedicated his important monograph on the neurological manifestations of visual field defects to Dr. Richard Foerster (1825-1902) of the Univ. of Breslau. (Foerster introduced the first instrument for perimetry and was a pioneer in photometry.) The atlas of plates contains 81 field defect diagrams correlated to disease states of patients. Wilbrand with Sänger published a monumental work on the neurology of the eye in nine volumes (1900-21). See: Courville 2392 and Brit. Opt. Assoc. Cat., p.228. Gorin, p.158. N° de ref. de la librería 000140
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