On a case of paralysis of the tongue from haemorrhage in the medula oblongata.
Jackson, J. Hughlings

Publisher Information: London: Croft, 1872.

IN: Lancet II (1872) 770-73. Folio. [2], 948pp. No pp.587-88; pp.111-24 misbound. Text illustrations. 272 x 185mm. Contemporary half morocco, a little rubbed, rebacked. A little browning & soiling but very good.

FIRST EDITION. Garrison-Morton 4547:"Jackson here described the syndrome consisting of paralysis of half the tongue, the same half of the palate, and of one vocal cord-'Jackson's syndrome.'" Garrison/McHenry, History of Neurology, 498.

Edition: 1st edition

Book Id: 10449

Price: $300.00

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