A Collection of Writings by the Late Thomas Addison

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Author: Dr Wilks and Dr Daldy - Editors
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1983
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1983 Special Edition.    FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1868. 
THIS EDITION PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR MEMBERS OF THE CLASSICS OF MEDICINE LIBRARY. 
This Book Appears Not to Have Been Read.
Publisher - Classics of Medicine Library - A Division of Gryphon Editions, Ltd. 
Cover
is hard bound boards with Dark Red Genuine Top-grain Cowhide.  Decorative Design by Daniel B Bianchi and Selma Ordewer is brass-die stamped in 22-karat gold.
Dust Jacket is not applicable.
End Papers are intact.  Inside Front and Back Covers have Specially Commissioned Original Marbled Design by Richard J Wolfe. 
Preliminaries : Frontispiece, List of Contents, Biography.
Main Text Body - 239 Pages.  Fine and Clean. Colour and Black-White Illustrations throughout.  Inbound Dark Red Satin Bookmark.  Film was prepared from the first edition of 1868 courtesy of the Yale Medical Library.
End Matters - Index.
Edges are even and unworn.  All edges are gilded.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Raised Leather Bands.  Gilt Lettering, Bands and Decorative Design die-stamped in 22-karat gold.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

Thomas Addison was a renowned 19th-century English physician and scientist. He is traditionally regarded as one of the "great men" of Guy's Hospital in London.  Among other pathologies he discovered Addison's disease (a degenerative disease of the adrenal glands) and Addison's anemia (pernicious Anemia), a hematological disorder later found to be caused by failure to absorb vitamin B12.  His memorable career as a physician and scientist is usually dated to 1817 when he enrolled as a physician pupil at Guy's Hospital. Addison obtained his licentiateship in the Royal College of Physicians in 1819 and some years later was elected a fellow of the Royal College.  Addison was a superb diagnostician but rather a shy and taciturn man and had a small practice, at a time when physicians of his position usually had large practices. He was one of the most respected physicians at the Guy's Hospital where he exerted a great deal of influence, devoting himself almost wholly to his students and patients. He was described as the type of doctor who is always trying to discover the change in a piece of machinery rather than one who regarded his patients as suffering, sensitive human beings.

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1983 Special Edition.    FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1868. 
THIS EDITION PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR MEMBERS OF THE CLASSICS OF MEDICINE LIBRARY. 
This Book Appears Not to Have Been Read.
Publisher - Classics of Medicine Library - A Division of Gryphon Editions, Ltd. 
Cover
is hard bound boards with Dark Red Genuine Top-grain Cowhide.  Decorative Design by Daniel B Bianchi and Selma Ordewer is brass-die stamped in 22-karat gold.
Dust Jacket is not applicable.
End Papers are intact.  Inside Front and Back Covers have Specially Commissioned Original Marbled Design by Richard J Wolfe. 
Preliminaries : Frontispiece, List of Contents, Biography.
Main Text Body - 239 Pages.  Fine and Clean. Colour and Black-White Illustrations throughout.  Inbound Dark Red Satin Bookmark.  Film was prepared from the first edition of 1868 courtesy of the Yale Medical Library.
End Matters - Index.
Edges are even and unworn.  All edges are gilded.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Raised Leather Bands.  Gilt Lettering, Bands and Decorative Design die-stamped in 22-karat gold.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

Thomas Addison was a renowned 19th-century English physician and scientist. He is traditionally regarded as one of the "great men" of Guy's Hospital in London.  Among other pathologies he discovered Addison's disease (a degenerative disease of the adrenal glands) and Addison's anemia (pernicious Anemia), a hematological disorder later found to be caused by failure to absorb vitamin B12.  His memorable career as a physician and scientist is usually dated to 1817 when he enrolled as a physician pupil at Guy's Hospital. Addison obtained his licentiateship in the Royal College of Physicians in 1819 and some years later was elected a fellow of the Royal College.  Addison was a superb diagnostician but rather a shy and taciturn man and had a small practice, at a time when physicians of his position usually had large practices. He was one of the most respected physicians at the Guy's Hospital where he exerted a great deal of influence, devoting himself almost wholly to his students and patients. He was described as the type of doctor who is always trying to discover the change in a piece of machinery rather than one who regarded his patients as suffering, sensitive human beings.

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Author Dr Wilks and Dr Daldy - Editors
Condition Good
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Publication Year 1983
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