Antiquariaat Goltzius: Biography Medical
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Levensberigt van Johannes Mulder/Historia Morbi, quo defunctus est Vir Cl. Joh. Mulder.
[ca. 1824], XLVII, [7]pp. paper binding, biography of Johannes Mulder (1769-1810) son of merchant and mayor of Franeker, Friesland, who would become a famous doctor and professor in medicine, written by (his son) Nicolaas (Claas) Mulder (1796-1867). Bound with Historia Morbi, quo defunctus est Vir Cl. Joh. Mulder. Not in KB/STCN (available in Leiden only). Scarce. l The chopping surgeonJohannes Mulder (1769-1810) grew up and studied in Franeker. He finalized his education in Leiden. He returned to Franeker to become Professor of Medicine. On July 21 in 1798, Mulder had to amputate the leg of Gelske Wierts from Dronrijp, a girl of 18 years old. He completely removed the leg, the hip joint included. It was the first time that a patient survived this operation. Gelske enjoyed a miraculously quick recovery. Afterwards, she married and had five children. Mulder wanted to write a scientific article about the operation. But it didn't come to that. After he got an appointment as professor in Groningen, he died at the age of forty-one, due to a failed jaw operation.
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Book number: 68100
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Dr. Jacobus Bontius.
Batavia, G. Kolff & Co [1932]. Bijblad op het Geneeskundig tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-IndiŽ. Original wrappers. (4) 32 (4) pp. Dedicated by the author to P. C. Bloys van Treslong Prins. l Jacobus Bontius was a Dutch physician and a pioneer of tropical medicine. He is known for the four-volume work De medicina Indorum. His 1631 work "Historiae naturalis et medicae Indiae orientalis" introduced the word "Orang Hutan" into Western languages. Paul Bloys van Treslong Prins (1873-1940) was a famous genealogist. He was archivist of the Dutch East Indies, but Prins was fired in 1931. In his position he had cut 600 wax seals from archive documents and added them to his own collection. He gained great fame with his heraldic descriptions of tombstones and gravestones of many churches in the NetherlandsHe also published on European families in the Dutch East Indies, The data he collected on about half a million index cards about European residents in the Indies and VOC servants and civil servants is now an important part of the collection of East Indian sources of the Central Bureau for Genealogy as 'Bloys van Treslong Prins' collection.
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Book number: 66590
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 STEENGRACHT, J.P.,, De inentingsgeschiedenis eener jonge dame in 1782.
De inentingsgeschiedenis eener jonge dame in 1782.
Middelburg, J.C. & W. Altorfer, 1904, Mededeelingen uit het oudere Zeeland, 7pp. original softcover paper binding, interesting story about the vaccination against smallpox of a young girl, Johanna Petronella Steengracht (1767-1851) based on her diary.
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Book number: 70632
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