A report on amputations at the Hip-Joint


Editorial: Washington: G.P.O. 1867, 1867
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
Librería: Antiquarian Scientist, The (Southampton, MA, Estados Unidos de America)

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FIRST EDITION. 4 to. Orig. gilt black leather (likely a presentation binding), all edges gilt, neatly and expertly rebacked. 87, (1, errata) pp. Five chromolithographed plates by J. Bien (1), F. Moras (3), and L.N. Rosenthal. (1) + 4 lithographed plates by J. Bien, one each from photographed plates by J. Bien, two after photographs by William Bell, and one after a photograph by Morgan + numerous text woodcuts. Minor dampstains in outer margins; a very good, crisp copy. This is U.S. Army assistant surgeon, George A. Otis' (1830-81) first surgical case report (Circular No.7) derived from Civil War experiences. As curator of the Army Medical Museum, he had began in 1865 to publish photographs (with an associated text, see: Rutkow GS62 and GS63) of surgical cases and specimens. The present ".monograph is divided into four sections: 'A historical summary'; 'An account of individual cases'; 'A citation of the opinions of surgeons'; and 'A discussion of results'. There are thirty figures, but the strength of this work is in the spectacular plates, five of which are chromolithographs. More important, some of the plates are engravings taken from actual photographs. These are among the earliest examples of such a process in American surgical texts." [Rutkow OR18 - figs. 84 (full-page) and 86 are reproductions of plates]. Kelly & Burrage, pp. 924-925. Orr 1417. Cordasco 60-1350. Not in the other usual medical collections. N° de ref. de la librería 000331

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Título: A report on amputations at the Hip-Joint

Editorial: Washington: G.P.O. 1867

Año de publicación: 1867

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good

Edición: 1st Edition

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The ANTIQUARIAN SCIENTIST (P.O. Box 448, Southampton, MA 01073 USA; antiqsci@comcast.net), established in 1976, specializes in rare books in science, medicine, and technology. In addition, we offer antique scientific instruments, and appraisals and collection development in these specialty areas. Thus far we have published forty-one illustrated and annotated catalogues. We also co-published the print journal "Rittenhouse" which is devoted to the history of the scientific instrument enterprise in America. We are members of SNEAB and numerous professional societies relating to books, instruments, and the history of science and medicine. It has always been our policy to provide to our clients professional quality services.

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