Observations concerning trans-plantation of bone. Illustrated by a case of inter-human osseous transplantation, whereby over two-thirds of the shaft of a humerus was restored

By: MACEWEN, Sir William (1848-1924)

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In: Proceedings of the Royal Society, Vol. XXXII, No. 213, 1881. London:: Harrison and Sons. 1881. paperback. 2. 214 x 140 mm. 8vo. Pages 232-247. [Entire issue: 103-332, iii, 3 pp.] Printed wrappers. Very good. . FIRST EDITION. "FIRST ALLOGRAFT TRANSPLANATATION OF BONE IN HUMANS." Garrison and Morton. Sir William Macewen was professor of surgery at the University of Glasgow. Macewen was notable for his methods of osteotomy for genu valgum, radical cure of oblique inguinal hernia, treatment of aneurysm by acupuncture, and his monograph of pyogenic infective diseases of the brain, which sums up his brilliant work on the surgery of the brain and spinal cord. Garrison, History of medicine, p. 598. Garrison and Morton 4346.2. First Edition.

Title: Observations concerning trans-plantation of bone. Illustrated by a case of inter-human osseous transplantation, whereby over two-thirds of the shaft of a humerus was restored

Author Name: MACEWEN, Sir William (1848-1924)

Categories: Osteology,

Publisher: In: Proceedings of the Royal Society, Vol. XXXII, No. 213, 1881. London:, Harrison and Sons: 1881

Binding: paperback

Book Condition: 2

lbs: 3.00 lbs

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