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John Abercrombie - bibliography

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Biography

Scottish physician, born October 10, Aberdeen 1780; died 1844.

Bibliography

  • Cynancke laryngea. 1806.
  • De fatuitate alpina.
    Doctoral thesis, 56 pages. Edinburgi, Adamus Neill et socii, 1803. [Pamphl. v. 24.]
  • Cynancke laryngea.
    Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 1806.
  • Researches on the pathology of the intestinal canal. 1820.
  • Pathological and practical researches on the diseases of the brain and spinal cord.
    Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1828. Philadelphia, Carey & Lea, 1831.
    First textbook of neuropathology. Originally published in a series of articles in the Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 1818-1819, and first collected into book form in the German translation, with appendix by Christian Friedrich Nasse (1788-1851). Bonn, E. Weber, 1821.
    French:
  • Recherches pathologiques et pratiques sur les maladies de l'encéphale et de la moelle épinière. Deuxième édition. Traduites de l'Anglais et augmentées de notes tres nombreuses par A. N. Gendrin. Paris, 1832. IV + 652 pages. Translated by Augustin-Nicolas Gendrin (1796-1890).
    Second edition:
  • Des maladies de l´encéphale et de la moelle épinière.
    Germer-Baillière, Paris, France, 1835.
    Third edition, same title: Bruxelles : Établissement Encyclographique, 1837.
  • Pathological and practical researches on disease of the stomach, the intestinal canal, the liver, and other viscera of the abdomen. 396 pages. Edinburgh, Waugh & Innes, 1827 (43: 1828); 3rd edition, 1834.
    German translation, with appendixes, by Christian Friedrich Nasse, et al.
    3rd Americam edition, from 2nd London edition, 322 pages. Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1838.
    French translation by Augustin-Nicolas Gendrin (1796-1890): Recherches pathologiques et pratiques sur les maladies de l'encéphale et de la moelle épinière. Deuxième édition. Traduites de l'Anglais et augmentées de notes très nombreuses par A. N. Gendrin. Paris, 1832. IV + 652 pages.
  • Diseases of the abdominal viscera. 2nd ed. 1830.
  • On the intellectual powers and the investigation of truth.
    London 1830.
  • Suggestions submited to the medical practitioners of Edinburgh on the character and treatment of the malignant cholera.
    2nd edition. 16 pages. 12º. Edinburgh, Waugh & Innes, 1832. [Pamphl. v. 95.]
  • Philosophy of the moral feeling. 1833.
  • Culture and discipline of the mind. 1835.
    Inaugural address as rector of the Marichal College and the University of Aberdeen.

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