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Die Lymphgefasse und ihre Beziehung zum Bindegewebe
Berlin: A. Hirschwald, 1862. From the Libraries of Gustav Schwalbe and Herbert M. EvansRecklinghausen, Friedrich Daniel von (1833-1910). Die Lymphgefässe und ihre Beziehung zum Bindegewebe. [4], 98, [2]pp. 6 plates. Berlin: August Hirschwald, 1862. 228 x 154 mm. Paste paper boards ca. 1862, light wear at spine and extremities. Small repair in last plate. Signature of anatomist Gustav Schwalbe (1844-1916) on the front free endpaper. From the library of Herbert McLean Evans (1882-1971), with his signature (dated Paris, July 1922) and bookplate on the front pastedown.First Edition. The classic description of "Recklinghausen's canals," the lymph canaliculi or small lymph spaces in the connective tissues of the body. Garrison-Morton 1108. This copy formerly belonged to the German anatomist and anthropologist Gustav Schwalbe, who was the first to demonstrate that the major pathways to absorb cerebrospinal fluid were lymphatic pathways. This copy was later owned by Herbert McLean Evans, co-discoverer of Vitamin E; see Garrison-Morton 1055.
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