BIOGRAPHIC CLINICS 6 Volumes

Gould, George M.

Published by P. Blakiston's Son & Company 1903-1911, 1903
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Title: BIOGRAPHIC CLINICS 6 Volumes
Publisher: P. Blakiston's Son & Company 1903-1911
Publication Date: 1903
Binding: Cloth
Illustrator: Frontispiece
Book Condition: G/No Dust Jacket

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Gould, George M.
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Book Description Blakiston's Son, Philadelphia, 1903, Philadelphia, 1903. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Missing. Volumes I, II, IV, V, VI [1, 2, 4, 5, and 6] 5 volumes; Good overall, no marks and no DJ; ex-medical society library with only a few stamps, no marks in text, no book plate. THIS IS THE REAL THING, NOT A RE_PRINT; 223p.; 1903-1907; good overall, they got a little dusty on the top edge but stored properly over the years in a library on bookshelves, not musty; International shipping is over sixty-nine USD; 5 lbs. Bookseller Inventory # 52732

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Gould, George M.
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Book Description P. Blakiston's Son & Company 1903-1911, Philadelphia, PA, 1903. Cloth. Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket. Frontispiece (illustrator). 8vo., v. p., Bindings rubbed, with some frayed tips, lightly cracked; spine of v4 faded. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS9157

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GOULD, George M., M.D.
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Book Description P. Blakiston's Son & Co., Philadelphia. First Edition. 1906-9. 375;391;492pp. Maroon cloth lettered in gilt. Top edge gilt. Small stain at top of vol. four, o/w very good, clean and tight copies. *** Volumes one - three, not included here, do not relate to the eyes. Essays in these last three volumes include: Cause, nature and consequences of eyestrain; Balzac, the hero of "overwork"; Tschaikovsky; Flaubert; Lafcadio Hearn; Berlioz; Etiology of astigmatism; Study of failures in ophthalmic practice; "Exaggeration" and hobby-riding of the eyestrain theorist; Eyestrain origin of epilepsy; Biology and ophthalmology; Ocular factors in the etiology of spinal curvatures; Life and career blighted by ignored eyestrain; Nil desperandum as an article of the refractionist's materia medica; Resection of the infraorbital and supraorbital nerves for eyestrain; Case of stercoraceous vomiting due to eyestrain; Professional and successful life wrecked by ill-fitting eyeglasses; Eyestrain as a cause of diseases of the digestive organs; Ocular origin of "Migraine"; Incurable eyestrain; Eyestrain anc crime; Ophthalmic sins of hospitals; Types of ophthalmic charlatism; Relation of incorrect and correct refraction to systemic diseases; experience of a man and of his wife in changing spectacles; vision and senility; myth and the mystery of Meniere's Disease; Ophthalmovascular choke; Refractive changes dependent upon glycosuria; Forty-seven varieties of medical and ophthalmic blunders; Role of visual function in animal and human evolution, and others. *** GEORGE M. GOULD, M.D., 1848-1922, American physician, ophthalmologist, editor and author. ".His professional life was tempestuous. His theories and contentions, particularly in connection with the effects of eye-strain, which he held to be one of the great fundamental causes of ill health, both physical and mental, were regarded by his contemporaries as not only radical but false, though today they are widely accepted; while his brusqueness and inclination to use harsh language in characterizing what he regarded as harmful opposition to his teaching (especially in regard to the consequences of eye-strain), together with his justifiable criticism of the imperfect procedures of many refractionists, antagonized a number of his fellow specialists and of neuroligists. Nevertheless he had devoted friends and ardent admirers both in and out of his profession." - Dictionary of American Biography, Bookseller Inventory # 002468

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