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FICK, Adolf (1829-1901). "Ueber die Messung des Blutquantums in den Herzventrikeln", New Series, volume 2, pp.XVI-XVII. Garrison-Morton 820; Gedeon pp.290-91.
KOELLIKER, Albert von (1817-1905) and H. MÜLLER. "Nachweis der negativen Schwankung des Muskelstroms am natürlich sich contrahirenden Muskel", volume 6, pp.528-33. Garrison-Morton 618; Gedeon p.335: 'proper measurements of the potential at different locations on the heart'.
In: Verhandlungen der Physikalisch-Medicinischen Gesellschaft in Würzburg. Erlangen and Würzburg: various printers, 1850-1912. 51 volumes, 8° (225 x 145mm). (Some discolouration). Half roan (rubbed).
FIRST EDITION of Fick's celebrated paper on the measurement of the amount of blood passing the ventricle of the heart. Also contained in the Proceedings are upwards of thirty papers by R. Virchow, three further contributions by Fick and five by T.A. Klebs. (51)
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