Lectures on Pathological Anatomy, Delivered at Guy's Hospital During the Summer Sessions of 1857, 1858
Sir Samuel Wilks (1824-1911) was a collaborator and biographer of the "Three Great" contemporary physicians who worked at Guy's Hospital during its Golden Age in mid-nineteenth century. These were Dr. Thomas Addison (discoverer of Addison's disease), Dr. Richard Bright (discoverer of Bright's disease), and Dr. Thomas Hodgkin (discoverer of Hodgkin's lymphoma).
- Publisher: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts
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- Date Published: 1859
- Place Published: London
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- Condition: Good
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viii, 472 p. 23 cm. Brown cloth hardcover with blank impressing. Some tears to spine ends and white mark on centre spine. Corners bumped. Ink stamp on front free endpaper and small label on rear pastedown. Signature on title page and spotting to first pages. Some damp stains and roughness to page edges. Chipped edge to p. 91.