The History of Instrumental Precision in Medicine [a Disbound Extract from the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1891]
Boston, MA, 1891. 1st printing. Wraps. pp. 309 - 336.4to,,Sl. shelf wear, else in very good, to near fine, condition,Mitchell (1829-1914) was the leading American neurologist of his time and performed over 350 experiments upon the cerebellum. He emphasized its co-ordinating function, first postulated by Flourens, and he proposed his 'augumentor' theory of cerebellar gunction. (G&M 1404). Given as the Presidential Address at the Opening of the Congress of American Physicians and Surgeons, Sept. 23, 1891.
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