A Descriptive, Diagnostic and Practical Essay on Disorders of the Digestive Organs and General Health, and particularly on their numerous Forms and Complications, contrasted with some Acute and Insidious Diseases; being an attempt to prosecute the Views of Dr. Hamilton and Mr. Abernethy; and a Second Edition of the Essay of the Mimoses, with Additions. Marshall HALL.

A Descriptive, Diagnostic and Practical Essay on Disorders of the Digestive Organs and General Health, and particularly on their numerous Forms and Complications, contrasted with some Acute and Insidious Diseases; being an attempt to prosecute the Views of Dr. Hamilton and Mr. Abernethy; and a Second Edition of the Essay of the Mimoses, with Additions.

London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1820. First Edition of the first title; Second Edition of the work on the Mimoses. 8vo; pp. (4, publisher's catalogue dated Sept. 1820), (8), 184. Publisher's blue paper covered boards, later respine in grey paper with title labels. Some acceptable marking and soiling to covers, edges foxed, dampmark to top third of contents staining to upper half of all text. A sound copy. Marshall Hall (1790-1857), was an English physician and physiologist. His name is attached to the theory of reflex arc mediated by the spinal cord, to a method of resuscitation of drowned people, and to the elucidation of function of capillary vessels. Item #26789

Wellcome III, p.196.

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