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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF THE DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM: BEING LECTURES DELIVERED IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH DURING THE TERCENTENARY YEAR
BELL & BRADFUTE 1884 - Xvi, 237pp. with illustrations, photographs, diagrams and two tipped in colour prints.Bound in original boards, the spine has been redone with the original spine laid /stuck on top., the cloth on the front board has bubbled a bit with a water mark. There is an ex libris pale of the Library of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow. SIR THOMAS GRAINGER STEWART, the eminent Scotch physician, who died on February 3, 1900, was born at Edinburgh on September 3, 1837. He qualified in 1858, and then visited the medical centres in Vienna, Berlin and Prague, where he came m contact with Virchow, Schonlein and Traube in Berlin, and Oppolzer, Skoda and Hebra in Vienna. On his return to Edinburgh, he was made physician to the university wards in the Royal Infirmary. At the University of Edinburgh, he was Professor of Pathology. Stewart was until his death president of the Edinburgh Medical Missionary Society. Practical Treatise on Bright's Disease und Diseases of the Nervous System . He became known through publications such as Practical Treatise on Bright's Disease and Diseases of the Nervous System. Among other things, is after him and his colleague Gordon Morgan Holmes, the Stewart-Holmes-named syndrome. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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