This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 Excerpt: ...painful. This time he had true chill. Physical examination showed that the left pupil was larger than the right, though both reacted ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 Excerpt: ...painful. This time he had true chill. Physical examination showed that the left pupil was larger than the right, though both reacted normally. The heart was normal. There was slight dulness below the right scapula, with slight increase of vocal and tactile fremitus, and a few rales. Expiration was everywhere rough and prolonged. The abdomen was negative. The right knee was swollen, hot and shiny; the leg was kept bent at a right angle, and motion was painful. A similar condition was found in the right foot and ankle. Both feet were pronated. There was marked clubbing, cyanosis, and curvature in both planes in the fingers and thumbs, and to a less degree in the toes. Scattered over the chest and back was a reddishbrown, macular eruption, the spots about the size of the little finger-nail. Discussion.--There seems to be no way by which we can connect the mother's consumption or the patient's alcoholism with the present symptoms. The joints are obviously not tuberculous, and alcohol does not attack articular structures. Though it would be natural to connect the former attacks of urethritis with the present joint pains, the gap of twenty-five years between the two renders this impossible if the history is taken on its face value. In looking over the body for any other lesion which we can connect with the joint symptoms, we notice the irregular pupils, the clubbed-fingers, and the cutaneous eruption. If the clubbing of the fingers be assumed to be such as is described, it is not likely to have any connection with the arthritis. Bony outgrowths near the finger-ends (Heberden's nodes) bear some resemblance to clubbed-fingers, but could hardly be mistaken for them. Such outgrowths, if present, might incline us to conjecture that the right knee and ankle were the se...
Good. Philadelphia and London, 1920; fourth edition, revised; Volume I only; dark cloth covered boards; no dust jacket; covers soiled; paste on title label on spine is toned, rubbed, chipped; light spine end and corner wear; profusely illustrated; tight binding; interior unmarked but toned; 4to-over 9 3/4"-12" Tall; 781 pages. Additional shipping charges may be requested for International or expedited orders.
Good. 1924; third edition, revised; Volume II only; plum cloth covered boards; no dust jacket; paste on spine title label is toned and soiled; covers soiled/stained; light medium and medium corner wear; spine slightly cocked; tight binding; interior unmarked but toned; 4to-over 9 3/4"-12" Tall; 709 pages. Additional shipping charges may be requested for International or expedited orders.
Good. Hardcover no dj. Good, average condition for its age. Book has been read but remains straight, clean, and tight. No internal markings but for former owner's name on ffep or inside front cover. No Dust Jacket. Purple cloth binding with paste-on paper spine label. Spine is sunned and label is chipped and spotted. Fraying of fabric at head/heel of spine and lower tips. Book is tight, text bloc is clean and bright. In sealed plastic protection. 1912. Hardcover no dj.
Good. Hardcover Rubberstamp on first end page indicates book no longer property of McGill Medical Library, only indication of ex-library. Textblock, lightly tanned, is unmarked. 195 Figures. Textblock edges are dust-soiled. Binding is tight. Dark blue boards have some soil/ Spine is faded and papre label is foxed. Spine and corners are bumped. Bookseller's sticker on first end page.
Very Good- Book Cover has minor wear/marks, minor stains on the fore-edges. Profusely illustrated, 709 page, early 20th century work on the medical diagnosis analysis process, presented through 317 case studies.
Good. Philadelphia and London; 1916. Two Volumes. Blue cloth covered boards with pasted on spine titles; mild wear to edges and covers; spines are sun faded; 8vo-over 7 3/4"-9 3/4" Tall; no jackets. Illustrations in black and white; interiors of both volumes are clean and unmarked; Volume I, 764 pages; Volume II, 709 pages. Additional shipping charges will be requested for International or expedited orders.
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