Fantastic and extremely rare book to find.
Edward Flatau (27 December 1868, Płock – 7 June 1932, Warsaw) was a Polish neurologist and psychiatrist. He was a co-founder of the modern Polish neurology, an authority on the physiology and pathology of meningitis, co-founder of medical journals Neurologia Polska and Warszawskie Czasopismo Lekarskie, and member of the Polish Academy of Learning. His name in medicine is linked to Redlich-Flatau syndrome, Flatau-Sterling torsion dystonia, Flatau-Schilder disease, and Flatau's law. His publications greatly influenced the developing field of neurology.
The title offered here for sale, a fundamental work in the field, was published in 1894 in German, English, French, and Russian, and two yeras later in Polish.
Contains 27 pages of text, a schema table, and eight more tables / images with related explanations
In fine condition, book in principle clean, slightly annoying being those stamps with the name of the former owner.
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- Number of Books
- Medicine, neurology
- Author/ Illustrator
- Flatau, Edward; Mendel, E [preface]
- Book Title
- Atlas du cerveau humain et du trajet des fibres nerveuses
- Publication year oldest item
- 1st Edition
- Original language
- S. Karger/G. Carre
- Binding/ Material
- Half leather
- 33×25 cm