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04/15/2018 09:37 AM
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(2) OLD MEDICAL BOOKS ON OPHTHALMOLOGY AND GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY

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Rating: 8 – 7

Comments: Three hardcover vintage textbooks including “Physiology in Health and Disease” by Carl J. Wiggers, illustrated with engravings, Published in 1934 by Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia. Also, “Physiology of the Eye, Clinical Application by Francis Heed Adler, with illustrations, Published in 1950 by C.V. Mosby Co, St Louis. Lastly, “Text-Book of Ophthalmology” by Sir W. Stewart Duke-Elder, with illustrations and colored plates, published in 1944 by C.V. Mosby Co, St. Louis. The pages and bindings of these books are in great condition with no stains, folds, tears or odors. The owner did put his name on the front and also did some underlining of the text.

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