Liebermeister, Carl v.:
Cholera Asiatica und Cholera Nostras. + Leichenstern, Otto: Influenza und Dengue. + Sticker, Georg: Der Keuchhusten. Der Bostock'sche Sommerkatarrh. (Das sogenannte Heufieber). Spec. Path. Ther., (Noth.), 4.Bd.1. - Wien 1896 , Gr.8°, (2)+132 pp.; VI+222 'pp., 2 Abb., 1 Taf.; (4)+142 pp., orig. Halbledereinband; feines Exemplar.
- Three First Editions!Karl von Liebermeister (1833-1901) "discusses cholera asiatica and cholera nostras. In this detailed and comprehensive study, Liebermeister gives a thorough account of the etiology, symptomatology, diagnosis, prognosis, and therapy for both diseases". Otto Michael Ludwig Leichtenstern's (1845-1900), "present work on influenza is a comprehensive study of the disease's history, epidemiology, etiology, pathology, and therapy. Leichtenstern also discusses the great pandemic of Asiatic influenza which swept through Germany in 1889-1890 with a mortality rate of nearly one per cent of the country's population. Included with his work on influenza is a shorter treatise on dengue fever which covers all aspects of the malady. Dengue fever is a viral disease of the tropics and subtropics spread by mosquitoes. It is characterized by fever, pain and swelling in various parts of the body, and cutaneous eruptions."Georg Sticker's (1860-1960) "important history of whooping cough". Heirs of Hippocrates No. 1991, 2235, 2072; Garrison & Morton No.5088 (Sticker)