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Ihan Teiko.Edo (Tokyo), 1805. 2 volumes: 3 parts in 1 text volume., and 1 atlas volume. Text volume (8vo), atlas vol. large 8vo (30 x 21 cm). With numerous anatomical illustrations on 16 engraved plates, mounted on thick paper, by the Japanese artist Aodo Denzen. Both volumes in contemporary Japanese book-bindings; rice-paper (text) and boards (atlas).
Goodman, Dutch impact on Japan (1987), p. 133; Ranzaburo Otori, 'The acceptance of Western Medicine in Japan', in: Monumenta Nipponica, 19, 3/4 (1964), pp. 254-74. Extremely rare original edition of a highly influential Japanese medical text book, the Ihan Teiko, (General outline of medical precepts). The work has been of great service in diffusing Western medical knowledge. The atlas is the first engraved anatomical atlas ever published in Japan. Serious wormholes in the margins of the last half of the atlas volume. Good set of the rare first edition.
      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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