The Cerebral Convolutions of Man, Represented According to Original Observations, Especially Upon Their Development in the Foetus. Intended for the Use of Physicians.
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Rare early medical work on the brain. Marroon flexible board covers, some light soiling to covers and a few spots. Inside very good except for a spot on the top edge of the first few pages from a drip of water. Overall good plus condition. Email us for a picture. Alexander Ecker (1816-1887) was a 19th century German anatomist, he assumed the chair of physiology and comparative anatomy in 1850 in Freiburg in Baden. Ecker originated the terminology used today for brain lobes and convolutions which were suggested in this monograph which was first published Germany in 1869. Ecker also founded the Ethnographical Museum at Frieburg. Size: Tall. Bookseller Inventory # 006017
Title: The Cerebral Convolutions of Man, ...
Publisher: D. Appleton & Company, New York
Publication Date: 1873
Binding: Flexible Boards
Book Condition: Good
Edition: First Edition.
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