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Medicine in New Brunswick

By Stewart, Dr. W. Brenton

New Brunsick, Canada: New Brunswick Medical Society, 1974. v, 413 pp. Inscribed by the author: " To Ivan Wilson my old 'Spud Island' friend with best wishes Brent Stewart". A history of the practice of medicine in the Province of New Brunswick, and of the men and women who contributed to this history, encompassing the period of time from prior to the arrival of the white man in America to the early part of the twentieth century. With black and white photos, bibliography and index. Presentation copy inscribed, " To Ivan Wilson my old 'Spud Island' friend with best wishes Brent Stewart". VG in GVG dust jacket.. Presentation Copy. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/GVG.


The African Republic of Liberia and the Belgian Congo. Based on the Observations Made and Material Collected During the Harvard African Expedition, 1926-1927. Two Volumes

By Strong, Richard, editor.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1930. Large Quarto xxvi, 568; ix, 569-1064 pp. Burgundy cloth, title gilt on spine and front board. A record of the Harvard Tropical Medicine Expedition. With 9 maps, 476 illustrations, mostly photographs, and 28 text figures. Of particular interest are the sections on Medical and Pathological Investigations, and Medical and Biological Investigations, including infectious diseases. Also observations of the culture, language and economy of the people of the region, agriculture, travel conditions, and slavery. Also sections and chapters on the zoology - birds, mammals, with a chapter on Gorillas, reptiles and amphibians, also the botany, entomology and geology of the region. Notable for the bookplates in each volume of William Bovie whose work led to the development of the electrical surgical scalpel. Edges a little soiled else VG. With the original dust jackets on both volumes, the jackets in Good+ condition, a little frayed at spine head & tail. Oversize: overseas custoemers please request a shipping quote. Books will ship at cost.. First Edition. Hard Cover. VG/G+.


Notes on the Surgery of the War in the Crimea, with Remarks on the Treatment of Gunshot Wounds

By Macleod, George H. B.

Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott , 1862. xii, 403 pp. Original pebbled green cloth, blind-stamped, spine title gilt. Macleod was a surgeon stationed in Smyrna and Sebastopol during the Crimean war; the first war to use rifled and breech-loading cannons, which had longer ranges and greater accuracy, penetrating power, and rate of fire than the old smoothbore cannons. Macleod writes of the war "it has shown us wounds of a severity, perhaps never before equaled; it has enabled us to observe the effects of missiles introduced for the first time into warface." Macleod discusses the geography and climatology of the Crimea, military hygiene in the field, the use of chloroform as an anesthetic, and the various wounds and injuries common on the battlefield, especially gunshot wounds." Heirs of Hippocrates 1933. From the library of A.C. Hamlin, author of The Battle of Chancellorsville, with his signature in pencil on the ffep: "A.C. Hamlin, 2nd Maine Regt." Hamlin, a nephew of Lincoln's first Vice-President, was Assistant Surgeon in the 2nd Maine Infantry during the first Bull Run campaign and advanced to Medical Inspector of the Regular Army during the Civil War. He later became Surgeon-General of the State of Maine. This book would have been helpful to consult when treating the victims of the modern weapons of the American Civil War. Wear at head and tail of spine, corners bumped, some staining to cloth boards. A good, tight copy. . First American Edition. Hard Cover.


Eastern Maine Medical Center: A History. The First One Hundred Years. Volume 1

By Beach, P. Maynard

Self Published vii, 622 pp. Pictorial paper covers, appendices, index. The definitive history of this Bangor, Maine hospital. Oversize book; may require additional postage.. Soft Cover. Very Good.


Medical Men and the Law. A Modern Treatise on the Legal Rights, Duties and Liabilities of Physicians and Surgeons

By Culbertson, Hugh Emmett

Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1913. 324 pp, with index. Green cloth, spine titles gilt. Bookplate on front pastedown, just a touch of wear at spine edges. Clean & tight.. Hard Cover. Very Good++.


Word-Index with Rubrics of Dr. Kent's Repertory. Third Edition.

By Patel, Ramanlal P.

Kottayam, India N.d.: SAI Homoeopathic Book Corp 1049, [1] pp. Preface to third edition dated 1/8/86. Last signature mis-stitched. One signature starting, VG. Third Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.


Infectious Disease Secrets
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Infectious Disease Secrets

By Gates, Robert H.

Philadelphia: Hanley & Belfus, 1998. xv, 400 pp. Useful overview of infections and situations a physician may expect to encounter. Material presented by more than 75 doctors. Pale blue pencil underlining, else very good.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


Risk-Benefit Analysis. Second Edition

By Wilson, Richard & Crouch, Edmund A. C.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Center for Risk Analysis , 2001. xiv, 370 pp. With bibliography, appendices, index, charts, grafts, illustrations. Methodology for assessing risks to human health. . Second Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine.


Taxonomic Biochemistry and Serology

By Leone, Charles A, (ed.)

New York: Ronald Press Company, 1964. [x] 728 pp. Green cloth, silver titles. Clean, gently worn. GVG. Hard Cover. GVG.


A Clinical Repertory to the Dictionary of Materia Medica

By Clarke, John Henry

New Delhi: B. Jain Publishers, 1988. xii, 348 pp. Together with repertories of causation, temperaments, clinical relationships, natural relationships. . Hard Cover. Very Good.


Assessment and Management of Central Auditory Processing Disorders in the Educational Setting: From Science to Practice

By Bellis, Teri James

San Diego, California: Singular Pub Group, 1996. xiii, 349, [1] pp. Includes bibliographic references and index. Introduction by Dr. Frank E. Musiek, describes the book as a good introduction to the field, which provides a practical approach to CAPD. Each chapter has a list of learning objectives, a summmary, and review questions.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

By Peterson, Larry;Hupp, James R.;Ellis, Edward;Tucker, Myron R.

Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.: Mosby Inc, 1993. xiv, 799, [1] pp. With 1527 illustrations, appendices and index. Corners bumped and usual library markings. Does not appear to have been circulated much. Oversize book: overseas customers please request a shipping quote, or anticipate a request for additional postage; the book will ship at cost. . Second Edition. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Very Good. Oversized Book.


Understanding Human Anatomy and Physiology
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Understanding Human Anatomy and Physiology

By Solomon, Eldra Pearl and Phillips, Gloria A

Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1987. viii, 392 pp. Profusely illustrated in color. What our insides look like, and how they work.. Soft Cover. Near Fine.


Bronchodilators in Obstructive Airways Disease: Emerging Concepts

Denver: National Jewish Medical and Research Center Soft Cover. New.


Dental Radiography: Principles and Techniques

By Haring, Joen Iannucci; Lind, Laura Jansen

Saint Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.: W B Saunders Co, 1996. xiv, 556 pp. Includes glossary and index. Ex-library with the usual markings, but at least that means there is no highlighting.. 2nd Printing. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Very Good/No Jacket as Issued.


Cardiac Anatomy: An Integrated Text and Color Atlas

By Anderson, Robert H. and Becker, Anton E.

London: Gower Medical Publishing, 1980. Profusely illustrated with color photographs and line drawings. Very light wear at corners.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine.


Dr. Frederick Cheever Shattuck

By Sears, George G. & Lee, Roger I.

[Boston]: New England Journal of Medicine, 1929. 8 pp. Reprint of Vol. 201, No. 1, pp. 48-50, July 4, 1929 of the New England Journal of Medicine. This copy presented by Dr. Shattuck's widow to Dr. W. E. Crocker, 42 South Russell St., Boston. Black bordered 3 3/8 x 2 1/2 envelope with her black bordered mourning card laid in. . Reprint of 1929 Number. Paper Wrappers. Very Good.


Book of the Descendants of Doctor Benjamin Lee and Dorothy Gordon.

By Baker, Gordon & Jonathan and Gordon, Benjamin et al.

Ventnor NJ: Ventnor Publishers, 1972. 176 pp. Presentation copy from one of the contributors. Essays on medicine, science, and various other subjects by descendants of the Gordons. Includes 16 b&w plates. Near Fine.. Presentation Copy. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine.


Pulmonary Physiology. Fourth Edition

By Levitzky, Michael G

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995. xviii, 300 pp. With study questions, appendices, index. Light wear at corners. Clean text, with many tables, charts, drawings.. Fourth Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


A Manual of Pharmacodynamics.

By Hughes, Richard.

New Dehli: Jain, 1985. ix, 974 pp. Includes appendix, index of medicines and index. VG+.. Reprint of the 1893 6th Edition. Hard Cover. VG+.


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