Karl Rokitansky - Ueber einige der wichtigsten Krankheiten der Arterien - 1852

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Karl Rokitansky - Ueber einige der wichtigsten Krankheiten der Arterien - 1852
Medicine, Anatomy - Quantity: 1 - Book

(4), 72 pp. XXIII lithogr. plates on heavier paper; 5 plates are coloured. DIsbound; former part of the Denkschriften der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse. Vierter Band, Wien, 1852. Titelpage and table of contents are still present. Some small library stamps. Last plate loose.
Even in this condition the text pages and plates are very good.

* Karl Rokitansky (1804-1878) was one of the towering figures who made the New Vienna School into a world medical centre in the second half of the nineteenth century. His contributions were fundamental to the establishment of pathology as a recognised science. He was the first person to show bacteria in lesions of bacterial endocarditis and to distinguish between lobar and bronchopneumonia. He gave an outstanding account of yellow atrophy of the liver, naming that disorder in 1843. He gave the first descriptions of spondylolithesis and the pelvic deformations which result there from in 1839, first described acute dilatation of the stomach in 1842, and differentiated Bright's disease from amyloid degeneration of the kidney. This book is his outstanding monograph on diseases of the arteries.

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Lot details
Object
Book
Number of Books
1
Subject
Anatomy, Medicine
Author/ Illustrator
Karl Rokitansky
Book Title
Ueber einige der wichtigsten Krankheiten der Arterien
Condition
Fair
Publication year oldest item
1852
Edition
1st Edition Thus
Language
German
Original language
Yes
Publisher
Wien, Kaiserlich-Königlichen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei
Binding/ Material
Disbound
Dimensions
39×28 cm
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