Good. All orders are shipped with a USPS tracking number. Book has an unclipped dust cover. Clear mylar protects dust cover. Ex-library copy. No markings or highlighting in text. First Class Customer Service, Orders Handled Promptly. This item is too heavy to ship international.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Octavo. 454pgs. Beige cloth, with Doctor's caduceus symbol on the front panel. Black spine label with gilt lettering on the spine. minor bump to upper right corner, partial "H" stamped on front endpaper, othewise unread, bright copy. Price-clipped jacket shows creasing to corners, sticker ghost on front panel. in mylar sleeve. Author documents the dramatic discovery and achievements of the surgeons in the 19th century, including the Mayo brothers, Charcot and Freud.
Fair to good, fair. 454, illus., sources, bibliography, index, discoloration inside hinges, DJ soiled & edges worn: small tears, sm chips missing. Foxing and small stains to fore-edge. This is a continuation of the survey of surgical development begun in Thorwald's The Century of the Surgeon. Discusses developments in local anesthesia, gall bladders, hernias, animal experimentation, anti-pain drugs, corneal transplants, and Sauerbruch's development of surgery for organic defects.
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