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Opera Medica
Fratum Helwingiorm, Hannover 1775 - Hardcover. Scarce. This is a compilation of the written medical works of Paul Gottlieb Werlhof (1699-1767), a well-known and influential doctor throughout Europe in his time. In 1735 he presented the first description of a bleeding disorder now often referred to as Werlhof's disease. As was his custom, Werlhof wrote medical texts in Latin. The book is four separate works bound in one volume. There is also a section by Werlhof's colleague J.E. Wichmann titled "In Memorium. Bound in contemporary brown three quarter leather with patterned black and cream paper boards. The spine has four raised bands with gilt ornament to three compartments and cream author/title label to fourth. The leather has chipped and rubbed away but it is still a handsome book. Text block is tight and pages are generally clean with some offsetting to text. Frontispiece is missing. Large bookplate of Samuel X. Radbill (1901-1987), a Philadelphia pediatrician and medical historian, affixed to front pastedown. 830 pages including index. MED/110410. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop, ABAA]
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