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Diseases of the Ear : For Students and Practitioners and Students of Medicine by James Kerr Love - published 1904

£24.99

Product description

Eleven chapters covering: Anatomy of the Ear and Physiology of Hearing; Diagnosis and Method of Examination; General Prognosis and Treatment; Diseases of the External, Middle and Internal Ear; Deaf-Mutism; and more. Illustrated with 54 stereoscopic photographs (stereograms), four plates (two coloured) and over 60 illustrations in the text. Pagination: xvi + 339 pages including index, followed by stereogram pages

Dark green cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine; bevel-edged covers; top edge of pages gilt; black-coated endpapers.

Good condition for a book of this considerable age: light wear and soiling to covers and spine with bumping to front cover bottom corner exposing board material at extremity; internal 1.5cm open tear to front pastedown endpaper, 11cm closed tear to Stereograms 44-51 front page, cracking between pages 80 and 81, 96 and 97, 192 and 193, 208 and 209, 304 and 305, and 320 and 321, all pages remain intact; light foxing/soiling to page edges, light foxing to front flyleaf and title pages, owner inscription to front flyleaf and stereogram pages, otherwise generally clean internally with clear text and illustrations throughout.

Item details

Author(s):
Love, James Kerr
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Edition:
Published 1904.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
339
Publisher:
John Wright and Co.
Title:
Diseases of the Ear

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Eleven chapters covering: Anatomy of the Ear and Physiology of Hearing; Diagnosis and Method of Examination; General Prognosis and Treatment; Diseases of the External, Middle and Internal Ear; Deaf-Mutism; and more. Illustrated with 54 stereoscopic photographs (stereograms), four plates (two coloured) and over 60 illustrations in the text. Pagination: xvi + 339 pages including index, followed by stereogram pages

Dark green cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine; bevel-edged covers; top edge of pages gilt; black-coated endpapers.

Good condition for a book of this considerable age: light wear and soiling to covers and spine with bumping to front cover bottom corner exposing board material at extremity; internal 1.5cm open tear to front pastedown endpaper, 11cm closed tear to Stereograms 44-51 front page, cracking between pages 80 and 81, 96 and 97, 192 and 193, 208 and 209, 304 and 305, and 320 and 321, all pages remain intact; light foxing/soiling to page edges, light foxing to front flyleaf and title pages, owner inscription to front flyleaf and stereogram pages, otherwise generally clean internally with clear text and illustrations throughout.

Author(s):
Love, James Kerr
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Edition:
Published 1904.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
339
Publisher:
John Wright and Co.
Title:
Diseases of the Ear

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