Stokes, William; Dr. Acland; Hudson, Alfred
Title A Treatise on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of the Chest. Part I. Diseases of the Lung and Windpipe.
Binding Hard Cover
Book Condition Very Good
Jacket Condition No Jacket
Publisher London: The New Sydenham Society 1882
Seller ID 1998695
London: The New Sydenham Society. 1882. Ex-Library. lv, 596 pp. 8vo. One of two important works written by Stokes on cardiac and pulmonary diseases. Originally published in 1837, reissued in 1882 by the New Sydenham Society. Includes a memoir of Stokes by Dr. Acland. Stokes also wrote one of the first treatises on the use of the stethoscope. Garrison-Morton 2213: Stokes, most prominent of the Irish school of medicine, established his reputation by his book on diseases of the chest. Important among its contents are his discovery of a stage of pneumonia prior to that described by Laennec as the first, his observations that contraction of the side has sometimes followed the cure of pneumonia and that paralysis of the intercostal muscles and diaphragm may result from pleurisy, and his employment of the stethoscope as an aid to the detection of foreign bodies in the air passages.Keywords: MEDICAL CARDIOLOGY HEART HEALTH AORTA MEDICINE DISEASES CARDIAC ARREST ATTACK PATHOLOGY DIAGNOSIS Condition Notes: Former library copy. No jacket. New backstrip and endpapers, original backstrip laid down, ink 'withdrawn' stamp on title page and top of first text page - no other library marks.