Beautiful copies, gilt topstain, preserved covers.
Claude Bernard - preface by Jean-Louis Faure
Introduction à l'étude de la médecine expérimentale
collection L'intelligence. 1926
XI-204 + 343 pages. Complete.
Octavo (14 x 22 cm).
2 half red bindings, spine with raised bands adorned with gilded title.
A beautiful portrait in frontispiece of the first volume by Berthold Mahn.
Two sturdy bindings. Rubbing from use on the headcaps, joints & spines. Sunned spine and covers. Fresh inside, without foxing. In good overall condition.
Claude Bernard, born on 12 July 1813 in Saint-Julien (Rhône) and died on 10 February 1878 in Paris, was a French physician and physiologist.
Considered as the founder of experimental medicine, Claude Bernard-Horner syndrome is named after him. It is because of him that we have important notions of the inner environment and homeostasis (Wikipedia).
Weight: 1.4 kg.
- Number of Books
- Literature, Medicine, Science (general)
- Author/ Illustrator
- Claude Bernard
- Book Title
- Introduction à l'étude de la médecine expérimentale. Préface de Jean-Louis Faure
- Publication year oldest item
- 1st Edition Thus
- Original language