Anton von Störck - Annus Medicus primus, quo sinstuntur observationes circa morbos acutos et chronicos [...] - 1761

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Anton von Störck - Annus Medicus primus, quo sinstuntur observationes circa morbos acutos et chronicos [...] - 1761
Geneeskunde - Aantal: 1 - Boek

Antonii Störck. Annus Medicus primus, quo sinstuntur observationes circa morbos acutos et chronicos, adjiciunturque forum curationes, et quaedam anatomicae cadaverum sectiones. Lugdini Batavorum, Apud Petrum Van der Eyk et Cornelium de Pecker, 1761.

Rare work about dissections of human cadavers published in Leiden. Anton von Störck (1731 – 1803) was an Austrian physician. He rose through the academic ranks at the University of Vienna, and would later become deacon of the medical faculty and rector at the University. In 1767 he treated empress Maria Theresa of Austria for smallpox, and after her recovery he became her personal physician. Störck is remembered for his clinical research of various herbs, and their associated toxicity and medicinal properties. His studies are considered to be the pioneering work of experimental pharmacology and his method can be regarded as forming a blueprint for the clinical trials of modern medicine.

In very good condition. The pictures are part of the description. This lot will be sent via registered mail.

Kavelgegevens
Object
Boek
Aantal boeken
1
Onderwerp
Geneeskunde
Auteur/ Illustrator
Anton von Störck
Boektitel
Annus Medicus primus, quo sinstuntur observationes circa morbos acutos et chronicos [...]
Staat
Zeer Goed
Publicatiejaar oudste item
1761
Druk
Eerste druk
Taal
Latijn
Oorspronkelijke taal
Ja
Aantal pagina‘s.
192
Afmetingen
20,5×13,3 cm
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