Item #26424 Transactions of the Hongkong Medical Society, Volume I (all printed). G. P. Jordan, P. Manson, John C. Thomson.
Transactions of the Hongkong Medical Society, Volume I (all printed).

Transactions of the Hongkong Medical Society, Volume I (all printed).

Hong Kong: Kelly and Walsh, Ltd., 1889. First printing. Paperback. Papers and Cases read during the First Two Years of the Society's existence. Includes articles entitled: Cocaine - its uses in minor surgery by J. Milford Atkinson, Malarial Fevers of Hongkong by W. Watson Pike; The Telluric Causation of Disease by T.J. Preston; On Some Cases of Lymphatic Obstruction occurring among the Detachment of Royal Marines at Fort Hamilton, Corea by Surgeon A.J. Wildey; Abscess of the Liver by Patrick Manson; Notes on a case of Raynaud's Disease by J.B. Adam; Endemic Haemoptysis by Patrick Manson; A Treatment of Intestinal F,lux by Patrick Manson; A Case of Aneurismal Varix by Gregory P. Jordan. Surgeon A. De C. Scanlan An Epidemic Hospital For Hong Kong. Patrick Manson, The Operative Treatment of Elephantiasis of the Scrotum.

"The establishment of the College of Medicine for Chinese in 1887 was a landmark event for Hong Kong. Not only was it the first tertiary educational institution in the territory, it was also a significant landmark for western medical education for all Chinese." WWW.hkmj.org

8vo, pink, printed paper wrappers, viii, 264pp, with the rules of the society and the Presidents address taking the first 25 pages then followed by case studies , some recorded above. A fine, un read, clean and bright copy.
OCLC: 559756684 7 copies only with none recorded in China. Fine. Item #26424

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