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Physiology, The Servant of Medicine ( Chloroform in the Laboratory and in the Hospital, being the Hitchcock Lectures for 1909 Delivered at the University of California, Berkeley, Cal. ).
The University of London Press, London 1910 - Hardcover, 8vo. viii + 143pp.Original navy cloth with gilt lettering to upper board and spine, b&w illustrations, diagrams, appendix, index. A series of lectures on physiology, with a particular emphasis on anaesthetics, delivered at the University of California, Berkeley, Cal., in 1909 by Augustus D. Waller, the renowned London physiologist, who was the first to record the human EKG and is credited with introducing the term 'electrocardiogram' into science. Cloth faintly discoloured, corners lightly bumped and rubbed, spine ends lightly chafed, endpapers unevenly browned, owner's name on front endpaper. Stil - a sound and unmarked better than VG copy. Quite scarce in first edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc.]
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