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WELLS, J. Soelberg.
A Treatise On The Diseases Of The Eye.
Philadelphia: Henry C.Lea's Son & Co., 1880..
8vo. pp. xix, [32]-895, 32(ads). 10 plates (incl. 6 chromolithographs) & 254 wood-engraved text illus. original blind-stamped cloth (frayed & bit scuffed, hinges starting to crack). Third American, From The Third English Edition, With Copious Additions By Charles Stedman Bull.
$175 USD                          Book Number: elala3027                         Order / Enquire



WILLICH, A[nthony] F[lorian] M[adlinger].
Lectures On Diet And Regimen: Being A Systematic Inquiry Into The Most Rational Means Of Preserving Health And Prolonging Life: Together With Physiological And Chemical Explanations, Calculated Chiefly For The Use Of Families, In Order To Banish The Preva
London: Printed by A.Strahan For T.N.Longman And G.Rees, 1800..
8vo. pp. 1 p.l., 674 [ie. 694]. modern quarter calf (occasional light spotting). Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Including chapters on cleanliness and bathing, management of the teeth, dress, food and nutrition, exercise and rest, &c. Blake p. 491.
$308 USD                          Book Number: MLLctWIL38                         Order / Enquire



WILSON, Charles.
Observations On Gout And Rheumatism, Including An Account Of A Speedy, Safe, and Effectual Remedy for those Diseases: With Numerous Cases And Communications.
London: Printed For The Author, And Sold By Thomas And George Underwood, 1823..
8vo. pp. 2 p.l., lvi, 500. with half-title. An uncut copy in modern half pigskin. Third Edition, Revised And Materially Enlarged. Wilson developed his own remedies for the treatment of gout and rheumatism, and this revised and enlarged edition of his work on the subject (first: 1815) includes an appendix of almost two hundred pages containing letters and extracts from letters respecting the efficacy of his special 'tincture' and 'alternative aperient pills'.
$400 USD                          Book Number: elala1593                         Order / Enquire



WINSLOW, Jakob Benignus [1669-1760].
Exposition Anatomique De La Structure Du Corps Humain.
Paris: Guillaume Desprez & Jean Desessartz, 1732..
4to. pp. xxx, 740, [4]errata, [4]. 4 folding engraved plates. woodcut ornaments & initials. printer's device on title. text in double columns. contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt back (light wear to binding, small wormhole in upper front joint, occasional light foxing). First Edition of the most influential treatise on anatomy of the eighteenth century. "[Winslow's] Exposition is distinguished as being the first book on descriptive anatomy to discard physiological details and hypothetical explanations foreign to the subject. He did much to condense and systematize the anatomical knowledge of his time." (Garrison & Morton) This is especially notable with regard to such matters as the origin, insertion, and nomenclature of the different muscles. In neurology (treated here in section VI), Winslow was responsible for designating the ganglion chain 'the grand sympathetic nerve', and the smaller branches 'the lesser sympathetic', terms which are still in use. The foramen between the greater and lesser sacs of the peritoneum (described here on pages 352-65) is named after Winslow. Reprinted here, pp. 641-659 is Niels Stensen's Discours Sur L'Anatomie du Cerveau (1669), written in opposition to Descartes' Traité de L'Homme. Blake p. 492. Cushing W243. Garrison & Morton 394 & 1314. Heirs of Hippocrates 480. Waller 10354. cfBibl. Osleriana 4255. cfCole Library Catalogue 1478.
$2306 USD                          Book Number: MNSpoWIN90                         Order / Enquire


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