Lectures on General Pathology; A Handbook for Practitioners and Students. [Three volumes].
by COHNHEIM, Julius Friedrich (1839-1884).
London:: The New Sydenham Society, 1889-1890., 1889. Three volumes. Series: New Sydenham Society, vols. CXXVI, CXXIX, CXXXIII. 8vo. xviii, 528; , -821; viii, -1434. Original brown blind- and gilt-stamped cloth; some neat kozo repairs. Mathison Memorial Library bookplates, ownership signatures of G. Mathison, University College London, 1909. Very good. First English language edition. Translated from the second German edition by Alexander B. McKee. Vol. I, Section I (1889): The Pathology of Circulation; Vol. II, Section II (1889): The Pathology of Nutrition; Vol. III, Sections III-VI (1890): The Pathology of Digestion, Respiration, Urinary Organs, and Animal Heat. / "Apart from Virchow's Cellularpathologie, this was the most influential textbook of pathology during the 19th century. It includes (vol. 1, p. 38) a report on the experimental production of heart murmurs. English translation, New Sydenham Society, 3 vols., 1889-90." – Garrison and Morton 2303. PROVENANCE: Gordon Clunes Mackay Mathison MB BS MD DSc FRCP (10 August 1883 – 18 May 1915) was a physician, medical researcher, and soldier. He was appointed the first director of the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne. He died in Alexandria, Egypt, during the Battle of Gallipoli.
(Inventory #: MMRM1452)
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