A Treatise of the Structure, Functions and Disease of the Human Sympathetic Nerve. Illustrated with Plates.
LOBSTEIN, John Fred.; PANCOAST, Joseph (trans.)
Jean Frederic Lobstein (1777-1835) is remembered for contributions made in the field of pathological anatomy. In 1813 he founded an impressive pathological museum in Strasbourg, a collection that remained intact until after the Franco-Prussian War, when the artifacts were lost. This English tradition of his work was translated from the original Latin, with notes, by Joseph Pancoast, an American surgeon.
- Publisher: J. G. Auners
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1831
- Place Published: Philadelphia
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Good
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viii, 9-157 p. 22 cm. 6 plates at rear. Bound in green cloth with cream spine label. Foxing and browning to pages. Repairs to lower inner margin of title page and leaf opposite. Blind stamp on title page.