A Clinical Study of Addison's Disease
ROWNTREE, Leonard G.; SNELL, Albert M.
Born in 1883 to George and Phoebe Rowntree who owned a grocery store here in our very own London, Ontario, Leonard G. Rowntree graduated from Western’s medical school in 1905, winning the gold medal. He afterwards interned at Victoria Hospital. Following World War I, Rowntree joined the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota as a professor, becoming known as the person most responsible for establishing their research tradition. In 1933, Rowntree went on to publish early research using cortical hormones in successfully treating Addison’s disease.
- Publisher: W. B. Saunders Company
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1931
- Place Published: Philadelphia
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Good +
- Signed: Yes
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
Mayo Clinic Monographs. 317 p. 20 cm. 41 b&w figures & 11 tables. 3 plates in colour. Burgundy cloth with softened spine ends and some discolouration to cloth. Corners slightly worn. Inscribed by co-author Leonard Rowntree to his parents on front free endpaper. Ink marks across from title page, pp. 300, 305-306. Some foxing to plates, but pages are clean and neat.