Degeneration and Regeneration of the Nervous System by S. Ramón y Cajal [TWO VOLUME SET].  
  Translated and edited by Raoul M. May. [SERIES]: Classics of Neurology & Neurosurgery Library.  

Author Ramón y Cajal, Santiago / May, Raoul M. [Tr.]
Place of Publication Birmingham, AL
Publication Name Classics of Neurology & Neurosurgery Library, Division of Gryphon Editions / Leslie B. Adams
Year 1984
Language(s) English
TWO VOLUME SET. LIMITED EDITION of 1000 COPIES. COPY No.822 of an important treatise in neuroanatomy by an eminent Spanish neuroscientist and pathologist Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934), who won the Noble Prize (together with Camillo Golgi) in Physiology or Medicine in 1906, thereby becoming the first person of Spanish origin to win a scientific Nobel Prize. This special edition has been privately printed for the members of the Classics of Neuroloogy and Neurosurgery Library. Small 41-page booklet with Ramón y Cajal`s portrait pasted on front inner cover, is appended. From the library of Irvine M. Levine - an eminent American physician who discovered Levine-Critchley syndrome in 1960. Contains many b&w figures. [BOTH VOLUMES]: 235x160mm. XX+VIII+769 pages (pagination: [XX+396/397-769+VIII). Black full-leather embossed Hardcover with gilt ribbed spine. Gilt cover and text-block edges. Marbled endpapers. Black cloth ribbon marker in-bound. Gilt leather sticker with previous owner`s name and copy number on front endpaper. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare de-luxe limited edition of lectures on nervous disorders by one of the pioneers of modern neuroscience is in very good condition.
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