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Cinq livres de chirurgie. 1. Des bandages.: PARÉ, Ambroise.

Descrizione: André Wechel 1572; 1568, Paris, 1572. First editions of two of Paré's most important works, both very rare, and in fine condition. ?The Cinq livres contains all new material. It had been called by several serious writers Paré's chef d'oeuvre . in it appears the first description of the fracture of the head and of the femur. Secondly, it is the first appearance of the whole teaching of bandages, fractures, and dislocations which has come down to us from the ancients, broadened by Paré's own experience . It is undoubtedly one of his most important works? (Doe 19). The Traicté de la peste was written from direct experience of the plague: ?Having passed the winter of 1564-65 on tour in Provence with Catherine de Medici and the young king Charles IX, where the ravages of a plague epidemic, added to poverty and general misery, were painfully apparent, Paré was requested by the queen mother to make whatever knowledge he possessed of the disease available to the world. He therefore puts into a book his ideas as to its cause, transmission, and treatment, and says he writes only of what he has seen by long experience during his three years at the Hôtel-Dieu, his travels, his practice in Paris, and his own slight attack while he was serving his internship. This is one of Paré's most systematic treatises; for its careful symptomatology and thorough description of treatment, it deserves to rank among the best of his writings? (Doe 14). Both works are very rare. ?Paré?s original books, all very rare today, were handy volumes, small enough for the field surgeon?s knapsack? (Hagelin, p. 35). ABPC/RBH list only two other apparently complete copies of the Cinq livres (Parke Bernet, 1963 & Sotheby?s, 2016), and one of the Traicté de la peste (Sotheby?s, 2005). Provenance: ?C.P.L.C. du bon desser? (contemporary ink inscription in lower margin of a2 recto); François Moutier (20th-century bookplate).?The barber-surgeons before Paré expected that any sort of surgical technique would require that the patient experience pain, sometimes pain so extreme that the subject would lose consciousness during the procedure. His realization that one might act gently in the capacity of a surgeon and that such gentleness actually might improve the lot of his patients was transformative. Pain relief was extremely limited in the 16th century ? opium, henbane, mandrake, and strong spirits being the only offerings ? and a quick, painful procedure often meant survival in a pre-antibiotic era. Tremendous pain was an accepted part of surgery. For Paré, the benefits of a gentle hand during surgery would soon become a clear means of reducing the suffering of his patients.?Paré made his break from the traditional practices in 1537 when he ran out of the boiling oil solution conventionally used to ?detoxify? and cauterize wounds caused by gunpowder-driven projectiles. He replaced this harsh treatment with a soothing balm made from egg yolks, rose oil, and turpentine. The next morning, he was astonished to find the recipients of his new treatment were resting easily while those who suffered the cauterizing oil were ?feverish? and afflicted with ?great pain and swelling about the edges of their wounds?.?Seeing the dramatic difference between the ?proper? and improvised treatments, Paré resolved to only treat cases with procedures he had personally observed to be useful. This resulted in such innovations as the use of ligatures in amputations, treatments for sucking chest wounds, and a cure for chronic ulcers of the skin. Although this experimentally driven medicine did not come to define the physician?s practice until the rise of the Paris Clinic in the 19th century, these first writings established an important foundation of empiricism in European medicine? (Drucker).?Control of hemorrhage by ligation of arteries had been frequently recommended but it was Paré who first practiced it systematically and brought it into general use. He invented many new surgical instruments, devised new methods in dentistry for extr. Codice articolo 3697

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Traicté de la peste, de la petite: PARÉ, Ambroise.

PARÉ, Ambroise.

Editore: André Wechel, Paris (1568)

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Descrizione: André Wechel, Paris, 1568. First edition of Paré?s extremely rare treatise on the plague, smallpox and measles, based upon his own direct observations of these diseases, ?one of his best works? (Thornton, p. 63). ?Having passed the winter of 1564-65 on tour in Provence with Catherine de Medici and the young King Charles IX, where the ravages of a plague epidemic, added to poverty and general misery, were painfully apparent, Paré was requested by the queen mother to make whatever knowledge he possessed of the disease available to the world. He therefore puts into a book his ideas as to its cause, transmission, and treatment, and says he writes only of what he has seen by long experience during his three years at the Hôtel-Dieu, his travels, his practice in Paris, and his own slight attack while he was serving his internship. This is one of Paré?s most systematic treatises; for its careful symptomatology and thorough description of treatment, it deserves to rank among the best of his writings? (Doe). ?His practical measures in regard to hygiene and quarantine are excellent in most respects, although he followed the generally prevalent idea that bonfires of aromatic woods, such as juniper and pine, should be made throughout the streets to purify the air. He humanely urges that, ?The magistrates must have all sick folks attended by physicians, surgeons, and apothecaries, good men, of experience: and must treat those that are attacked and isolate them, sending them to places set apart for their treatment, or must shut them up in their own houses (but this I do not approve, and would rather they should forbid those that are healthy to hold any converse with them) and must send men to dress and feed them, at the expense of the patients, if they have the means, but if they are poor, then at the expense of the parish. Also they must forbid the citizens to put up for sale the furniture of those who have died of the plague?? (Packard, pp. 80-81). ?Paré?s original books, all very rare today, were handy volumes, small enough for the field surgeon?s knapsack? (Hagelin, p. 35). COPAC lists Wellcome only. ABPC/RBH list only one other copy, in a rebacked 19th century binding and with the final four leaves re-margined (Sotheby?s, 15 June 2005, lot 49, ?18,000). The present copy, in a 17th century binding, is entirely unrestored. ?Because such a high proportion of those who suffered the symptoms of plague died from it, and in a very short space of time, it was not a disease to which people could ever become inured. Every outbreak appeared like a divine judgement. The medical men acknowledged this divine origin of plague. Ambroise Paré, surgeon to four French kings and the most celebrated surgical innovator of his day, devoted a chapter of his 1568 book on plague to ?the Divine causes of an extraordinarie Plague?, claiming that:?It is confirmed, constant, and received opinion in all Ages amongst Christians, that the Plague and other Diseases which violently assail the life of Man, are often sent by the just anger of God punishing our offences. The Prophet Amos hath long since taught it, saying Shall there be affliction, shall there be evil in a Citie, and the Lord hath not done it? On which we truly we ought always to meditate ? For thus we shall learn to see God, our selves, the Heaven and Earth, the true knowledge of the causes of the Plague, and by a certain Divine Philosophy to teach, God to be the beginning and cause of the second causes, which well without the first cause cannot go about, nor attempt, much less perform any thing. For from hence they borrow their force, order, and constancy of order; so that they serve as instruments for God, who rules and governs us, and the whole World, to perform all his works, by that constant course of order, which he hath appointed unchangeable from the beginning. Wherefore all the cause of a Plague is not to be attributed to these near and inferior causes or beginnings, as the Epicures, and Lucianists commonly do.?[This and sub. Codice articolo 4567

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Les oeuvres de M. Ambroise Paré, conseiller: PARÉ, Ambroise

Descrizione: chez Gabriel Buon, Paris, 1575. Hardcover. Condizione: Very Good. 1st Edition. Folio (347 x 225 mm). [20], 945, [45] pp. Title within engraved architectural border of the arms of France, portrait of the author to verso of leaf *3, woodcut initials, head and tail-pieces, several woodcut illustrations in text, privilege and errata leaf bound at end. Without the final blank. Signatures: *6 **4 a-z6 A-Z6 Aa-Zz6 AA-NN6 OO4 (-OO4 blank). Later half calf, spine with 6 raised bands and gilt-lettered morocco label in first compartment (spine ends scuffed, boards rubbed and chipped, extremities worn, corners heavily bumped, hinges split but firm). Internally only little browned, occasional minor spotting, title-page little soiled and stained at outer margins and with small paper slip pasted over old signature at top margin, small waterstain to pp. 317-20, upper blank corner of O3 torn, leaf Qq1 with large brown stain and small holes affecting a few letters of text, last few leaves with light marginal waterstainings. Provenance: Grangier Jesuite (signature to lower title); Nancy, Collegio Nancei Societatis Jesu (inscription on title-page). All in all, a sound copy with ample margins and completely unrestored. ---- Waller 7171; Doe 29; NLM/Durling 3530; Wellcome I, 4819; USTC 29582; Garrison-M. 4750, Heirs of Hippocrates 271 (1582 latin ed.). EXCESSIVELY RARE FIRST EDITION of Paré's collected works, with several illustrations printed here for the first time. Only two complete copies recorded at auction in the past 30 years (e.g. Sothebys, May 18, 2010, sold for EUR 132,750). Most copies that have appeared on the market had issues such as lacking or supplied text leaves. The work is profusely illustrated with almost 300 woodcut illustrations, including anatomical and surgical woodcuts, as well as woodcuts of "monsters" and zoological oddities. "Paré, of humble Huguenot beginnings and poorly educated, became the sixteenth century's outstanding surgeon and the greatest military surgeon before his fellow countryman, Larrey, more than two hundred years later. He began his studies as a barber-surgeon and at age nineteen, while working as a surgical dresser and assistant in a Paris hospital, he began to acquire the fund of practical knowledge for which he became a legend in his own time. Probably his best known innovations were his discarding the use of boiling oil in gunshot wounds and the reintroduction of simple ligature instead of red hot cautery after amputation. He invented many surgical and dental instruments and was especially adept at devising ingenious artificial limbs" (Heirs of Hippocrates). "He was the first to suggest that syphilis is a cause of aneurysm. He popularized the truss, introducted artifical limbs, and (in dentistry) re-implantation of the teeth" (Garrison-Morton). The 'Oeuvres' was Paré's pride and joy and his most important work. "He had taken much care in its preparation, it was on good paper, he had good printers, fine woodcuts, and although more than half of it had already been published in earlier works it contained his care of gunshot wounds, which is still of more than passing importance. The book was subjected to much ridicule by the Faculty of Medicine as they wished to suppress its publication. Under a law written in 1533 they had the right to review and censor any book written on a medical subject. Gourmelin, Dean of the Faculty tried his best to suppress the book, but he was not successful because Paré was a favorite of the Royal House. Paré wrote a fifteen page pamphlet in defense of the material in his book in such a forthright, honest manner that he apparently won a victory. At least he was not defeated since the book was published in its entirety and sold out in a very short time . He defended himself by saying he was writing in his native language as Galen and Hippocrates had in theirs; that he had given credit to the ancients for their teachings; and credit to his contemporaries who had contributed approved treatments. . . Visit our website for more images!. Codice articolo 002518

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Discours d'Ambroise Paré: PARÉ, Ambroise

PARÉ, Ambroise

Editore: Paris, Gabriel Buon, 1582. (1582)

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Descrizione: Paris, Gabriel Buon, 1582., 1582. Couverture rigide. Condizione: Très bon. Edition originale. In-4 de (16) ff., 75 ff, Daim fauve, double encadrement de deux filets, dos à nerfs, étiquette au dos, reliure moderne à l imitation des reliures du XVIe siècle ; angle supérieur de quelques feuillets restaurés et marge latérale du feuillet final découpé sans atteinte au texte, mouillures marginales. 224 x 165 mm. RARE EDITION ORIGINALE D AMBROISE PARE ET LE DERNIER DE SES LIVRES IMPORTANTS, RELIE SANS LE PORTRAIT DE L AUTEUR. Adams, P-316 ; Brun, p.267 ; Brunet, IV, 366 ; J. Doe, n° 24 ; Tchemerzine V, 39. Elle est ornée de 12 gravures sur bois en premier tirage dont six à pleine page représentant licornes, rhinocéros, éléphants et autres animaux fabuleux. Very rare first edition of Paré s tract against ancient medicine, denouncing empirical practices and illustrated with 12 beautiful woodcuts. Ce recueil marque la fin du mythe de la licorne, qui perdurait depuis le début du Moyen-Age. EXEMPLAIRE NON LAVE, A BELLES MARGES. Codice articolo ABE-1521284755606

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Dix livres de la chirurgie avec le: PARE, Ambroise

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Editore: Jean Le Royer, Paris (1564)

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Descrizione: Jean Le Royer, Paris, 1564. ______ Format : In-8. Collation : (26), 232, (18) ff. Reliure : Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Première édition. C'est le premier travail d'importance d'Ambroise Paré et son ouvrage de chirurgie le plus complet avant la parution des ses oeuvres onze ans plus tard. Il est illustré par 158 bois gravés, dont de nombreux instruments. Il existe deux tirages, dans l'un il y a un portrait au verso du titre, dans l'autre il est blanc ce qui est le cas ici, et cela pourrait être une marque de premier tirage. Plusieurs marges ont été restaurées et doublées, dont les feuillets 21 et 224, et les derniers feuillets de table, mais sans atteinte à la surface imprimée. Reliure restaurée. Les trois derniers exemplaires qui se sont vendus ces dernières années étaient tous incomplets. Tous les premiers ouvrages d'Ambroise Paré, des livres d'usage et de petit format, sont aujourd'hui rares. *-------* First edition. Illustrated by 158 woodcuts. "Paré embarks here on his first work of magnitude." (Doe). "Paré's first general treatise on surgery, and the most comprehensive of his treatises before his collected works (1575). Dix livres included Paré's first description of the use of the ligature in amputations, one of his greatest contributions. Paré began the work with an exposition of his method of treating gunshot wounds, including descriptions and illustrations of the instruments he used. In his second chapter he discussed the treatment of arrow wounds, reminding us that arrows were still a major weapon of war in the 16th century. In his third chapter he discussed his methods of treating fractures, and the instruments, splints, and bandaging methods required. His fourth book covered the treatment of contusions, and the use of many instruments. His fifth book concerned the treatment of burns. The sixth book concerned what he called "caries of the bones" which caused ulceration and putrefaction. These wounds he often treated with cautery. The seventh book concerned gangrene and "mortification," their treatment by amputation, and prostheses which Paré designed for these patients, including artificial legs and artificial hands. In his eighth book Paré discussed urological diseases including surgery for urinary stricture The ninth book concerned surgery for kidney and bladder stones. The tenth book further discussed urological problems, followed by a long section in which Paré illustrated and described the widest range of his instruments and the uses for each. Paré also had an extensive dental practice and his books contain much information on the subject. He designed several instruments for extracting teeth." J. Doe, A bibliography of the works of Ambroise Paré 13. Garrison Morton 5564 and 3668.1. Codice articolo 16648

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Les oeuvres.Divisees en vingt neuf livres, avec: PARE, Ambroise (1510-1590).

PARE, Ambroise (1510-1590).

Editore: Paris: Veufue Gabriel Buon, 1598. (1598)

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Descrizione: Paris: Veufue Gabriel Buon, 1598., 1598. Folio (13 6/8 x 8 2/8 inches). Engraved title-page (trimmed and strengthened at an early date on verso, without the frontispiece portrait as usual), illustrated throughout with 373 woodcuts in the text (some occasional pale mostly marginal staining, lower margin of 2y torn away, without the last blank). Near contemporary full sprinkled calf, the spine in six compartment, with five raised bands, morocco lettering-piece in the second, the others decorated with small gilt tools (extremities worn with minor loss, upper hinge starting). The fifth and most complete edition of the collected works of Pare, first published in 1573, which contains the first printing of the author's final revisions and enlargements of the text, issued posthumously. Malgaigne used this edition as the basis of his definitive edition of Pare's text in 1840. The woodcut illustrations, include body parts, organs, surgical instruments, abnormalities, and real and fictional monsters. "Pare was the greatest of the army surgeons before Larrey. he became the most famous surgeon in France. He is particularly remembered for his abandonment of boiling oil and the cautery. his re-introduction of the ligature and his invention of many new surgical instruments. He was the first to suggest that syphilis is a cause of aneurysm. He popularized the truss, introducted artifical limbs, and (in dentistry) re-implantation of the teeth" (Garrison-Morton 5565, 1575 edition). Doe A Bibliography of the Works of Ambroise Pare 32. Codice articolo 72lib815

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Opera. A Docto viro plerisque locis recognita: Paré, Ambroise.

Paré, Ambroise.

Editore: Parisiis: Apud Jacobum Dupuy, 1582. (1582)

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Descrizione: Parisiis: Apud Jacobum Dupuy, 1582., 1582. Folio in 6's. [xii], 1-884, [22]pp. a6, A6-DDd6, EEe4, FFf6, GGg5. First Latin edition, third edition overall, this being translated from the second French edition of 1579. Contemporary vellum. With the woodcut portrait of Paré on a4v and 362 woodcuts from the blocks of the 1575 Oeuvres with the additions of the 1579 edition. Doe, 45, a; Garrison-Morton 5565; Osler 661. Marginal repair to QQ4 not affecting text, at least 15 page mis-numberings. First edition in Latin of Pare's groundbreaking work, and the principal instrument of its huge success. 'This translation into Latin made the work immediately available to all the nations of Europe, since Latin was universally the language of the scholar' (Doe). Codice articolo 2570

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Opera chirurgica: Pare, Ambroise

Pare, Ambroise

Editore: Joannes Feyrabend, Frankfurt (1594)

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Descrizione: Joannes Feyrabend, Frankfurt, 1594. Paré, Ambroise (1510? - 1590). Opera chirurgica . . . Folio. [12], 851, [27]pp. 317 woodcuts in the text, including portrait of Paré aged 68 on the verso of leaf (:)4. Title in red and black. Frankfurt: Apud Joannem Feyrabend, impensis Petri Fischeri, 1594. 334 x 214 mm. Old calf, rebacked, new cloth ties, light wear at corners; preserved in a drop-back box. Very good, clean copy. Early ownership signature (illegible), dated 1600, on title. Bookplate and ownership stamps of Juan Carlos Ahumada (1890-1976), professor of gynecology at the University of Buenos Aires. Third Latin edition. Paré's collected works, first published in French in 1575, represent the greatest and most influential book in Renaissance surgery, and the first original surgical writing in Europe since the Middle Ages. Paré's innovations in treatment are extraordinarily comprehensive, ranging from his opposition to boiling oil in gunshot wounds and ligature instead of cautery in amputations to his revival of podalic version in obstetrics. He popularized the truss in hernia, and ushered in the modern age of prostheses and brace making, using armorers, whose trade was disappearing with the advent of gunpowder, to manufacture his devices. "Paré used rope and windlass traction for femoral fractures and was able to distinguish hip dislocation from fracture of the femoral neck. He confirmed the cord compression in vertebral fractures that had been recognized by the Egyptians and Hippocrates .Paré used appliances and methods rather like those of Hippocrates for reducing hip and shoulder dislocations, and one or two special to himself. He describes displacement of the 'appendices' (i.e. epiphyses) of the long bones, to be restored if deformity is to be avoided, and reduced neck dislocations by manipulation and traction . . . " (Le Vay, History of Orthopedics, pp. 224-25; also 222-230). Paré anticipated Andry in pointing out the role of bad posture in scoliosis, was the first to use corsets to correct spinal deformities, and invented boots for clubfoot. His surgical and orthopedic devices are amply illustrated in the present edition of his work, which contains over 300 fine woodcut illustrations. This copy was once owned by Argentinian gynecologist Juan Carlos Ahumada, after whom Ahumada-del Castillo syndrome is named. Doe 48. Codice articolo 43655

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Les oeuvres. Huitième édition. Revues & corrigées: PARE, Ambroise

Descrizione: Nicolas Buon, Paris, 1628. ______ Format : In-folio. Collation : (28), 1228 pp., 1 f. bl., pp. 1229-1320, (114) pp. Reliure : Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ La dernière édition parisienne. Elle est illustrée par une belle page de titre gravée et 373 bois gravés dans le texte qui font le charme de ce grand livre. Ces bois sont les mêmes que ceux de l'édition de 1585. C'est la premiére édition qui contient un "Trentième livre, Traictant des fièvres . ajouté en cette nouvelle édition". Un texte paru dans l'édition de 1575, mais qui a été ici réécrit et augmenté et on ne sait pas très bien par qui. Exemplaire sans le portrait, comme le plus souvent. Les éditions suivantes seront imprimées à Lyon, avec des caractères plus petits et sur un papier de mauvaise qualité et selon Malgaigne, "elles peuvent être mises sur le même rang que les plus honteuses contrefaçons." Une réparation au coin du frontispice et dans sa marge intérieure, fines galeries de vers dans la marge inférieure ici ou là, coiffes restaurées, n'en demeure pas moins un bel exemplaire. J. Doe, A bibliography of the works of Ambroise Paré 37. Ex-libris manuscrit de l'époque A. Morand sur le titre. *-------* Illustrated by 373 charming woodcuts. Good edition, the last one in Paris (The latter editions in Lyon are of poor quality). Contempory calf binding restored at head and bottom of spine, still a very good copy. Codice articolo 13929

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Descrizione: Harman Kranepoe, Haerlem, 1627. Folio. Contemporary calf; raised bands; rear hinge repaired; minor wear to binding. Collation: [16], 940, [12] pp. + numerous woodcuts in text. Title page and several other pages repaired. There is some spotting and staining in text, but general appearance is very good, particularly seen in the strong impression for the woodcuts. Provenance: Ex Libris Jean-Jacob de Gruytere médicin à Menin et de Henri-Marcel Van Mock(sic) date du 17 Février 1755, and Ex Libris Dr. Leboucq. This is another page-for-page reprint of the text of the 1604 edition. The publisher is the same as that of the 1615 edition, his device appearing on both title-pages (Doe, p. 197). Doe also points out that the Dutch editions were fare superior to the "very inferior" Latin edition. In addition, the Dutch editions used the same woodblocks used for the French editions minus "a few historical woodcuts, which the printer left out by the translator s advice because they were not instructive and would have encumbered the book " (Doe, pp.193- 194). This is another page-for-page reprint of the text of the 1604 edition. The publisher is the same as that of the 1615 edition, his device appearing on both title-pages (Doe, p. 197). Doe also points out that the Dutch editions were fare superior to the "very inferior" Latin edition. In addition, the Dutch editions used the same woodblocks used for the French editions minus "a few historical woodcuts, which the printer left out by the translator s advice because they were not instructive and would have encumbered the book " (Doe, pp.193- 194). Codice articolo 0000795

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Descrizione: Paris: Nicolas Buon, 1628. Folio, contemporary calf (hardcover, leather), [xxviii], 1-1228, [i blank], 1229-1320 [cxiv] pp. Double title page, one in red & black, the other illustrated; illustrated with 373 woodcuts depicting surgical equipment, various surgical procedures, including amputations and breast removals, along with a chapter on "monsters," showing conjoined twins and other anomalies, as well as number of animals from around the world, both real anc fanciful. Albrecht Durer has given us the illustration depicting a rhinoceros and an elephant. The illustrated title page depicts Pare at surgical work, anatomical figures, surgical instruments, and several monsters. There is hardly a medical subject here that is not discussed: anatomy, physiology, obstetrics, pathology, pharmacy, the duties of the physician, the tricks of quacks, even demonology, the influence of the stars, etc. This edition is the first to include the treatise on fevers, and serves as the source for all subsequent editions. Pare, from a Huguenot family, poorly educated, and beginning as a barber-surgeon at age 19, became the greatest military surgeon before his fellow countryman, Larrey, more than 200 years later. Probably his best known innovations were his discarding the use of boiling oil in gunshot wounds and the re-introduction of simple ligature instead of red hot cautery after amputation. He invented many surgical and dental instruments and was especially adept at devising ingeious artificial limbs, several of which are illustrated. Garrison & Morton (5th) 5565 (the 1575 edition); Janet Doe, A Bibliography of the Works of the Works of Ambroise, 37). The second title page ( in red & black) has been repaired and several letters have been supplied in manuscript. Six preliminary leaves have been supplied as photocopies, as well as pp. 237-238. The lower corner of pp. 949-950 is lacking and that leaf has been supplied with a photocopy being laid-in. Several other pages show some repair of old stains, generally not affecting the text. Due to the size and weight of this volume, additional postage will be required for international and expedited orders. Surgery, Medicine, Military Medicine, Medical, History of Medicine. ixxsl. Codice articolo 3430bd

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Les oeuvres d'Ambroise Paré, Conseiller et premier: PARE, Ambroise

Descrizione: A Lyon, Chez Claude Prost, M. DC. XLI, 1641, 1641. in-folio, (35:23,5 cm), 11 feuilles + 846 (recte 854) p. + 41 feuilles. Avec 1 grande vignette gravée sur le titre en rouge et noir + 1 portrait gravé sur bois et plus de 350 gravures dans le texte, galerie de vers dans les marges des premières 25 feuilles en diminuant, reliure en demi-cuir du XIXè, dos richement orné. Tranches dorées. Bel exemplaire. Deuxième édition de Lyon, distribuée par trois différents éditeurs, chacune avec une page de titre différente. Bel exemplaire complet d?Ambroise Paré aussi nommé ?Père de la Chirurgie Française?.Les gravures sur bois dont les instruments de chirurgie et la fameuse galerie des monstres (dont le Monstre Marin ayant la tête d?un moine, ressemblant à un Evêque - d?un Triton & une Sirene vue sur le Nil - mais aussi une Autruche - Giraffe - l?Agneau à trois têtes ou encore le Toucan. Remarquables sont les demi-hommes demi porceau - Cochon à la tête d?homme - la figure d?un enfant demi-chien, etc. etc. Zweite Lyoner Ausgabe, von drei Verlegern mit verschiedenen Titelblättern vertrieben. - Stellenw. etwas fleckig; stellenw. im Rand mit Wurmgängen; ganz vereinzelt mit Buchstabenverlust an den gedruckten Marginalien.11 Bll., 846 (recte 854) S., 41 Bll. Mit 1 Holzschnitt-Porträt und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. Hldr. d. 19. Jh. mit Rvg., etwas beschabt.Holzschnitt-Porträt und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Doe 40; vgl. Krivatsy 8595 (and. Titelbl.) u. Wellcome IV, 295 (Lyon 1652). Codice articolo 118125

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Descrizione: (Lyon, 1641)., 1641. 10. Auflage. Folio. Titelblatt fehlt, (4) Bl., S. 1-12, (4) leere S., S. 15-22, (4) leere S., S. 25-846 (recte 854 S.), (40) Bl. (Register). Mit über 350 Textholzschnitten. Lederband der Zeit. Hirsch IV, 487. - Enthält u.a. Kapitel über "Des animaux et de l'exellence de l'homme" - "Anatomie" - "Des tumeurs" - "Des player" - "Combustions et gangrenes" - "Fistules et haemorrhoides" - "Des bandages" - "Des fractures" - "Des luxations" - "Operations de chirurgie" - "De la generation" - "De la peste" - "Des monstres" - "Compositions des medicamens". "Les oeuvres" erlebten zahlr. Auflagen, erschien erstmals 1575. - Einband stärker berieben und bestossen. Gelenke geplatzt. Sprache: französisch / français / french. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +. Codice articolo 3732DB

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Collection of 100 Curious Old Woodcuts of: Pare, Ambroise]
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Descrizione: Hardcover. Condizione: Very Good. No Jacket. 4to (266.7mm x 317.5mm). A collection of mid 17th century surgical woodcuts that appear in an early edition of The Works of that Famous Chirurgion Ambrose Pare Translated out of Latine and Compared with the French by Th[omas] Johnson (ESTC lists 4 editions printed between 1634 and 1678). Rebacked with new paper label on spine. [82] p.p. Includes 105 surgical woodcuts that show a variety of tools for sealing the wounds, scraping and extracting teeth; drawing out bullets; knives and saws used for dismemberment and amputation; treatment for and methods of setting fractures and dislocated shoulders and elbows, as well as woodcuts of facial prosthetics for the eyes and nose, and artificial limbs for a hand made with iron. Light rubbing to boards, edges with some spotted stains on front cover. Pages lightly foxed. Early ink stains and scribbling to leaves and endpapers with some offsetting from woodcuts. Otherwise in very good condition with interesting medical woodcuts of surgical techniques and tools. The famous French barber surgeon Ambroise Pare (1510-1590) was influential in treating soldiers wounds and advanced knowledge and best practices for battlefield medicine, including amputation and making prosthetics. He served several French kings beginning with Henry II to Henry III. Codice articolo 001421

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Descrizione: Lyon, Pierre Rigaud, 1652. fort vol. in-folio, [12] ff. n. ch. (faux-titre & titre, dédicace à Henri III, poésies liminaires, table des auteurs consultés et des chapitres, un f. vierge), [854] pp. mal chiffrées 846, [40] ff. n. ch. de table des matières, avec 352 figures gravées sur bois dans le texte, demi-basane fauve, dos lisse orné de filets et fleurons dorés, pièce de titre cerise, tranches citron (rel. du XIXe s.). Coiffes et une charnière restaurées, qqs épid., petites galeries de vers stoppées (perte de quelques lettres pp. 292-310. Comme celle de 1633, cette sortie lyonnaise reproduit le texte de la huitième édition en trente livres, parue en 1628 chez Buon à Paris, et ce sera encore le cas des éditions de 1664 et 1695. La mauvaise réputation des éditions lyonnaises ressemble en tous points à du snobisme bibliographique, hélas pas rare : si la qualité du papier est moindre, celle de l'impression et du tirage des bois ne laisse rien à désirer, contrairement à ce que l'on peut lire ici ou là. La première collective des oeuvres du grand chirurgien était parue de son vivant en 1575, et ne comportait que 26 livres. L'iconographie, reprise de l'édition de 1585, se déploie sur tous les domaines touchés par l'art du corps humain : représentations anatomiques, mais aussi instruments de chirurgie, ou positions thérapeutiques, tératologie, animaux et scènes diverses. Rappelons que, bien avant Descartes et Pascal dans leurs domaines respectifs, le parti-pris de n'utiliser que le français ("Je n'ai voulu escrire en autre langaige que le vulgaire de nostre nation, ne voulant estre de ces curieux, et par trop supersticieux, qui veulent cabaliser les arts et les serrer soubs les loix de quelque langue particulière") constitue une révolution en soi : la gent médicale aime l'obscur, et à cette époque, elle aurait cru déchoir d'employer un idiome vulgaire et de se faire comprendre du commun (d'ailleurs la Faculté de médecine de Paris tenta de faire interdire la vente de l'ouvrage). Au demeurant, l'actuel jargon médical, obscur et compliqué à souhait, remplace avantageusement le baragouin des petits Diafoirus. C'est que, pour beaucoup, paraître savant, c'est l'être. Brunet V, 366. Garrisson-Morton, 5565 (pour l'édition de 1575). Sallander, Bibliotheca Walleriana, 7171-73. Codice articolo 208411

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Descrizione: Frankfurt am Mayin, Ben Zacharia Palthenio/in Berlung Peter Fischers G. Erbe, 1650, 1 volume in-folio de 355x210 mm environ, 1 feuillet blanc non chiffré, 8 feuillets non chiffrés (titre en noir et rouge avec belle gravée) 1239 pages chiffrées, 8 feuillets non chiffrés (register), reliure sur ais de bois biseautés recouverts de peau de truie décorée à froid sur les plats, dos à nerfs, traces des liens de fermeture sur les plats (liens absents). Manques de papier avec manque de texte sur les 4 premiers et les 2 derniers feuillets et p. 1063 et 1093, des mouillures, des défauts de marge, manque de cuir sur le dos, et trous de ver sur le dernier plat et le dos sur le cuir et le bois, ouvrage rare. Contient des illustrations des instruments et techniques de chirurgie+autres nombreuses figures dans le texte. Ambroise Paré, né vers 1510 (ou 1509 selon les sources) au Bourg-Hersent, près de Laval, et mort le 20 décembre 1590 à Paris, est un chirurgien et anatomiste français.Ambroise Paré est le chirurgien des champs de bataille, il est souvent considéré comme le père de la chirurgie moderne. Il est l'inventeur de nombreux instruments. La généralisation alors relativement récente de l usage des armes à feu rend les chirurgiens familiers avec des plaies d'une sorte nouvelle, que l on cautérise au fer rouge ou à l huile bouillante au risque de tuer le blessé. Paré met au point la ligature des artères, qu'il substitue à la cautérisation, dans les amputations. « Je le pansay, Dieu le guarist. »On cite volontiers cette phrase modeste de Paré pour résumer sa philosophie (citation en moyen français signifiant : « Je le pansai, Dieu le guérit. »). Codice articolo 91117

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PARE, Ambroise (1510-1590).

Editore: J. B. Baillià re, 1840-1841., Paris: (1840)

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Descrizione: J. B. Baillià re, 1840-1841., Paris:, 1840. Three volumes. Thick 8vo. Frontispiece portraits of Pare, figures. Modern quarter gilt stamped blue cloth, marbled boards; minor creasing to head of last pages (vol. II), very minor ex-library rubber stamps, faded rubber stamps on edges (vol. III). Fine. First edition. "This three volume set is the definitive edition of Pare's works. A comprehensive work, it contains a lengthy historical introduction to the development and state of surgery between the sixth and sixteenth centuries, an extensive biography and bibliography of Pare, as well as his collected writings. Malgaigne was an accomplished French surgeon and author." Heirs of Hippocrates 273. "Pare, of humble Huguenot beginnings and poorly educated, became the sixteenth century's outstanding surgeon and the greatest military surgeon before his fellow countryman, Larrey . . . Probably his best known innovations were his discarding the use of boiling oil in gunshot wounds and the reintroduction of simple ligature instead of red hot cautery after amputation." Heirs of Hippocrates 271. Aside from creating several medical instruments (pictured in this volume) "he popularized the truss, introduced artificial limbs, and (in dentistry) re-implantation of the teeth." Garrison and Morton 5565. Considered "the best edition of Pare's works." Garrison and Morton 59. Cushing p. 87; Osler 660; Waller 7174. Codice articolo M9083

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Descrizione: Paris Baillière -1841, 1840. Mit 2 gestoch. Porträt (Medaillon und Statue) und 217 Textillustrationen. CCCLI, 459 Seiten; 2 Bll., 811 Seiten; 2 Bll., XXXII, 878 Seiten. Gr.-8°. Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel. "The best edition of Paré's works" (Garrison/Morton). - "All in all, the book is a monument both to its author's genius and to its editior's loving diligence, common sense, and scholarship. Billings calls Malgaigne, and rightly, 'the greatest surgical historian and critic whom the world has yet seen' " (Doe, Paré, No. 45 = Seiten 143-152). - Stellenw. etw. stockfl., Einbände etw. berieb. - Garrison/Morton 49. Waller 7174. Wellcome IV, 295. Cushing Collection P 87. Codice articolo 8450

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Descrizione: 1652. Lyon, chez Pierre Rigaud, 1652, folio, legatura settecentesca in mezza pergamena, manoscritto al dorso, piatti "en papier mouchetè". Frontespizio facsimilato su carta antica, pp. (20)-854-(80) con una tavola (ritratto del Parè) all'inizio e numerose incisioni xilografiche nel testo. La carta 853/854 è numerata 845/846. Solite lievi bruniture della carta dell'epoca; gora all'angolo interno attinente quasi esclusivamentge al margine bianco e lavoro, sempre marginale, di tarli per una cinquantina di fogli all'interno, testo sempre escluso. Le incisioni sono in particolare sull'anatomia umana, sulle strumentazioni chirurgiche, sugli animali favolosi, i mostri, ecc. Mancano le pagine : 95/96, 153/156, 577/636, 639/646. Codice articolo 4-44824

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GROSS, S. [Samuel] D. [PARÉ, Ambroise]

Editore: Philadelphia: P. Madeira, Surgical Instrument Maker, 1873. (1873)

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Descrizione: Philadelphia: P. Madeira, Surgical Instrument Maker, 1873., 1873. Hardcover. Condizione: Very Good. 1st Edition. 32 pp. Recent cloth-backed marbled boards, with original wrappers bound in. Small piece broken off bottom blank corner of front wrapper and of title page. Very Good. First Edition. INSCRIBED BY SAMUEL D. GROSS TO CLAUDIUS MASTIN: "Dr. Mastin/ With the Author's/ Kind regards./ Philadelphia March 11th, 1874." Mastin was Claudius Henry Mastin (1826-1898), who was President of the American Surgical Association in 1890-91. Gross had earlier published in the North American Medico-Chirurgical Review a "Sketch of the Life, Character, and Services of Ambrose Paré", which was then separately published by J. B. Lippincott in 1861 (27 pp). In his Autobiography Gross described this earlier "Sketch" about Ambroise Paré as "one of the most careful articles furnished by me" (Vol. I, p. 137). OCLC locates copies in these US libraries: Duke, National Library of Medicine, Hist. Soc. Pennsylvania. Inscribed by Author(s). Codice articolo 16116

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Ambroise Pare, J.L. Pallister (Translator)

Editore: University of Chicago Press (1982)

ISBN 10: 0226645622 ISBN 13: 9780226645629

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Descrizione: University of Chicago Press, 1982. Hardcover. Condizione: New. Codice articolo DADAX0226645622

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Descrizione: Paris: J.-B. Bailliere, -1841., 1840. Three volumes. Octavo, original printed wrappers bound in modern cloth, uncut, cccli, 459 pp + [vi], 811 pp + [iv], xxxii, 878 pp. Portraits, illustrations. "The best edition of Pare's works." -Garrison & Morton (5th) 59. Very Good; bindings are Near-Fine, there is some foxing. Surgery, Military Medicine, History of Medicine, Military History, Medical, Medicine. bynxx. Codice articolo 3549bd

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Descrizione: Codice articolo 5120

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Ref. 03839. 3 vols. Ambroise Paré. Medicina.

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Descrizione: Ver. Condizione: Ver. Rústica. Lomos algo fatigados (primer y segundo tomos retocados). Parcialmente intonso. Texto en francés. 217 grabados y 1 retrato del autor. Introducción sobre el origen y progreso de la cirugía en Occidente y sobre la vida y obra de Paré por J. F. Malgaigne. Buen estado general. Paris, Chez J. B. Baillière. 459/ 811/ 878pp. 1840. Codice articolo 03839

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Descrizione: Baillière.1840.3 vols.in-8 demi-reliés.459, 810, et 878 p. BE.Figures in-texte.Tome 1: Portrait en frontispice et planche H-T.Demi-reliure romantique avec lettres dorées.Tranches marbrées.Ex-libris. Livres. Codice articolo 45837

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Oeuvres complètes d'Ambroise Paré revues et collationnées: PARE, Ambroise [MALGAIGNE]

Descrizione: Paris, J.-B. Baillière, 1840. Couverture souple. Condizione: Très bon. Edition originale. 3 volumes in-8° broché, les deux premiers volumes sont en couvertures originales et le troisième volume en couverture d'attente. les tomes I et II presentent de petites morsures de papiers aux dos sans dommages, sinon les volumes sont dans un très bel état. 2 portraits, CCCLI, 459 / (4), 811 / (4), XXXII, 878 pp. Célèbre édition donnée par le grand chirurgien Malgaigne, la plus intéressante pour sa correction et son appareil critique. Elle est illustrée par deux portraits hors-texte et 217 figures gravées dans le texte. Garrison-Morton 59 : "The best edition". Doe 143. - - - "Edited by Joseph François MALGAIGNE, this three-volume set is THE DEFINITIVE EDITION OF PARE'S WORKS. A comprehensive work, it CONTAINS A LENGTHY HISTORICAL INRODUCTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND STATE OF SURGERY BETWEEN THE SIXTH AND SIXTEENTH CENTURIES, AN EXTENSIVE BIOGRAPHY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PARE, AS WELL AS HIS COLLECTED WRITINGS. MALGAIGNE was an accomplished french surgeon and author and was described by John Shaw Billings as "the greatest surgical historian and critic whom the world has yet seen". Codice articolo 13097

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Oeuvres completes D Ambroise Paré. 3 tomos: PARE, AMBROISE

PARE, AMBROISE

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Descrizione: Paris, B. Bailliere 1840. Revues et collationnées sur toutes les editions, avec les variantes; ornées de 217 planches et du portrait de l auteur; accompagnées de notes historiques et critiques, et precedees d une introduction par J.F. Malgaigne. CCCLI, 459+811+878 pages respectivamente. Algunas manchas de humedad. Firma del antiguo propietario. Encuadernado en pasta. 26x17 cm. Ref: 1584 [LS/012706-1584]. Codice articolo 12706

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Ambroise Pare

Editore: Siruela (1992)

ISBN 10: 8485876687 ISBN 13: 9788485876686

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Descrizione: Siruela, 1992. Condizione: New. book. Codice articolo M8485876687

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Les Oeuvres d'Ambroise Paré. De la Val: Ambroise Paré (Oeuvres
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Descrizione: Pierre de Tartas, 1969. Couverture rigide. Condizione: Très bon. Hans Erni (T1); Pierre Yves Trémois (T2); Michel Ciry (T3) (illustratore). Fac-similé des l'édition parue chez Gabriel Buon, à Paris, en 1585, quatrième édition : Les Oeuvres d'Ambroise Paré, Conseiller, et premier Chirurgien du Roy. Le tirage de cette présente édition a été limité 5028 exemplaires (+ quelques unités H.C.), en différentes présentation ; notre exemplaire porte le numéro 714, il est l' un des 1000 exemplaires sur Grand Vélin crème, et offrant une suite des 24 illustrations. Reliés plein cuir. Numérotés de 501 à 1500. Seul le tome III est numéroté. Nos couvertures sont de couleur noir et arborent chacune, sur les 1er et 4ème plats, deux ornements stylisés, en relief et dorés, répétés à l'identique sur chaque plat et chaque volume. Les pages des trois volumes sont numérotées en chiffres romains, de I à MCCLXV, plus quelques pages non numérotées sur le premier tome (avant-propos, etc.). Chaque tome est illustré par l'un des trois artistes peintres, dans l'ordre des tomes par Hans Erni, par Pierre Yves Trémois et par Michel Ciry, à raison de 8 illustrations par volumes, hors texte. Nombreuses autres reproductions dans le texte (env. 380). Notre édition comprend les 3 suites de 8 illustrations, toutes présentes. D.A. Steinlen a réalisé les gardes des reliures, Delmotte la couverture de la plaquette. Achevé d'imprimer le 30 septembre 1969. Couvertures rigides, lettrage doré sur les dos, une tranche dorée. Coffret d'emboîtement couleur ocre pour les 3 volumes et pour les 3 suites des illustrations, sous enveloppe au nom de l'artiste. Deux cartonnages habillés en noir sont présents, pour protéger les dites enveloppes lorsqu'elles sont rangées. L'ensemble est très lourd, c'est à dire un poids de 7500 g. Avec l'emballage nécessaire pour une expédition soignée, prévoir une catégorie de poids de 8 kg au moins, ce qui nécessitera un supplément sur les frais de port. Etat : très bon, toutes petites usures d'usage, légers frottements et légères ombres sur des tranches. Le coffret pour emboîtement est solide, mais est taché et frotté par endroits. 31 x 22.5 x 4 / 4 / 5.5 cm 7500g. Codice articolo LMA0418

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Descrizione: Edition en fac-simile Par Pierre de Tartas, Centre Artistique & Culturel du Moulin de Vauboyen, Bievres, 1969. 3 volumes In-4, 32 cm , 1286pp. illustree de 382 dessins , augmente de hors-texte en couleurs par Hans Erni , Pierre-Yves Tremois , Michel Ciry , reliures d'edition en plein chagrin noir, fermoirs metalliques dores incrustes sur chaque plat de volume, titres ornes aux dos , tetes dorees , gardes illustrees par D. Steinlen , exemplaire numerote sur grand Velin creme , avec livret descriptif joint , ensemble sous large emboitage cartonne de l'editeur d'origine , A1B-A1 , Codice articolo 43345

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