Union, New Jersey: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 1997. Hardcover. A two-volume facsimile of the 1823 first edition printed by Websters and Skinners in Albany, New York. The first significant American book on forensic medicine. Octavo... More about ELEMENTS OF MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE
Langhorne, Pennsylvania: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1994. Soft cover. 319 p. Textual illustrations. Second printing. Inscribed by the editor to distinguished Southern California historian Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. on the title page. Original glossy paper wrappers... More about CARDIOLOGY: The Evolution of the Science and the Art
Bradford, Edward H., M.D. and Robert W. Lovett, M.D.
New York: William Wood & Company, 1890. First Edition. Hardcover. Illustrated with 789 wood engravings. Octavo. In a period full calf binding, with a pair of gilt-stamped black morocco spine labels. Two small ink stamps... More about A TREATISE ON ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
Cazenave, Pierre Louis Alphee and Henry Edward Schedel
Paris: Chez Bechet Jeune, 1828. Hardcover. The first edition of this highly influential dermatological work, which was based on the lectures and observations of Laurent-Theodore Biett, the Swiss-born physician credited with introducing into French medicine... More about ABREGE PRATIQUE DES MALADIES DE LA PEAU
Creed, R.S., D. Denny-Brown, J.C. Eccles, E.G.T. Liddell, and C.S. Sherrington
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1938. Hardcover. 71 textual figures. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1938. Second Edition. "This small book attempts on behalf of the student of medicine - indeed on behalf of any student interested... More about REFLEX ACTIVITY OF THE SPINAL CORD
Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1892. First Edition. Hardcover. Gibson (1854-1913), a Scottish physician, wrote on the diverse fields of geology and heart disease. He was the first to discover a heart condition - the Gibson... More about CHEYNE-STOKES RESPIRATION
Goetzl, Alfred, M.D. and Ralph Arthur Reynolds, M.D.
San Francisco: Privately Published, 1944. First edition. Hardcover. 63 p. Tipped-in frontispiece portrait. Tandler (1869-1936) was an Viennese physician and Social Democratic politician who reformed the city's social and health services as a leading figure... More about BIOGRAPHY OF JULIUS TANDLER
Baltimore: University Park Press, 1972. First edition. Hardcover. 146 p. 186 textual figures, including several in color. Original blue buckram binding, with light blue titles. A bit of mild edgewear to the dust jacket; otherwise... More about Atlas of Colposcopy
New York: Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1932. Hardcover. 1323 p. Two volumes. 103 illustrations. Reprint. A pioneering achievement that remains one of the standard works on the subject. Octavo. Original blue cloth bindings, with gilt... More about HISTORY OF MEDICINE IN THE UNITED STATES
New York: Raven Press, 1979. First Edition. Hardcover. Numerous textual figures and tables. New York: Raven Press, 1989. First edition. "This volume reviews in comprehensive fashion our current understanding of the chemistry, physiology, and pharmacology... More about PROSTACYCLIN
Birmingham, Alabama: Aesculapius Publishing Company, 1987. First Edition. Hardcover. Numerous photographs and illustrations, including several in color. Birmingham, Alabama: Aesculapius Publishing Company, 1987. First edition. Tall octavo. Original red cloth binding, with black titles. Issued... More about SURGICAL RECONSTRUCTION IN THE ANOPHTHALMIC ORBIT