In:: Berliner Klinische Wochenschrift, No. 38, 22 September 1884., 1884. 303 x 236 mm. 4to. Pages 604-608. [Entire issue: (601)-616 pp. Paper brittle, marginal tears closed. Later patterned paper. Housed in a folding paper portfolio, bound in textured dark brown cloth, gilt spine. Fine. FIRST EDITION. "'Mobius's disease' - ophthalmoplegic migraine." Garrison and Morton. Paul Mobius was the grandson of the mathematician August Mobius. Paul Mobius was born in Leipzig and earned a doctoral degree in philosophy before beginning medical studies (M.D., 1877). Mobius was the first to describe ophthalmoplegic migraine (1884), and made important studies of Basedow's disease, infantile Kernschwund, akinesia algera, various ataxias, neurasthenia in women, and the pathology of men of genius. Garrison and Morton 4567. (Inventory #: M12885)
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