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Vienna:: Alfred Hölder. 1897. hardcover. 11. Series: Specielle pathologie und therapie. Band IX, 1 Theil. 249 x 175 mm. Large 8vo. ix, 924 pp. 211 figs. (many color, 2 folding plates), bibliog., index; lower corners folded on pages 399-459. Later black buckram, gilt spine; new endleaves, inner hinges taped. Bookplate removed. FINE. . FIRST EDITION. During the first period of Monakow's professional life he carried out important neuroanatomical investigations on the thalamocortical connections and established a morphological foundation for Munk's observations. Gehirnpathologie is one of the classics of nineteenth-century German neurology. In addition to the lucid text, it is well illustrated with numerous plates and tables and includes over 3,000 references to the literature. The Russian-born Monakow made many important contributions to neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. He became a naturalized Swiss subject in 1869, studied medicine in Zurich with Gudden and Hitzig, and studying under Wesphal, Oppenheim, Virchow, du Bois-Reymond, and Munk. Courville Collection 1524; Clarke & O'Malley, Human brain and spinal cord, pp. 565; Haymaker & Schiller, Founders of neurology, pp. 484-488; Heirs of Hippocrates 2151. See: McHenry, Garrison's history of neurology, p. 340. First Edition.
Title: Gehirnpathologie. I. Allgemeine einleitung. II. Localisation. III. Gehirnblutungen. IV. Verstopfung der hirnarterien
Publisher: Vienna:, Alfred Hölder: 1897
ISBN Number: 3939x30001869
Book Condition: 11
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