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Medicine Vicq d'Azyr, Félix Oeuvres de Vicq-d'Azyr, recueillies et publiées avec des notes et un discours sur sa vie et ses ouvrages, par Jacques-Louis Moreau (de la Sarthe), ornées d'un volume de planches, grand in-4°, et d'un frontispice allégorique. With one engraved. Frontispiece and Atlas with 39 copper plates. Paris, L. Duprat-Duverger, imprimerie de Baudouin, on XIII-1805, Ldr. d. Zt. with rich R-gilding and red RS plates (partly rubbed and somewhat scraped). Copy from the library of Paul Bar (1853-1945). Bar was a French physician and university lecturer. He was a student of Stéphane Tarnier and is considered one of the founders of modern obstetrics. Collective original edition of the works of Vicq d'Azyr with a discourse by Moreau on his life and work, greatly revised and expanded compared to the previously published work. As the founder of comparative anatomy, Vicq d'Azyr carried out basic research on the brain and gave his name to the "bundle of Vicq d'Azyr", the Mamillothalanic tract. Azyr contributed to the encyclopaedia and his work led to several discoveries and medical advances. He was Marie Antoinette's first doctor and consultant to Louis XVI. In 1788 he was accepted into the Académie française as the successor to Georges-Louis Leclerc de Buffon. - Pages and plates partly somewhat browned or brown-spotted. Rare. Copy from the library of Paul Bar (1853-1945). Bar was a French physician and university lecturer. He was a pupil of Stéphane Tarnier and is regarded as one of the founders of modern obstetrics. Collective original edition of the works of Vicq d'Azyr with a discourse by Moreau on his life and work, greatly revised and expanded compared to the previously published work. As the founder of comparative anatomy, he carried out basic research on the brain and gave his name to the "bundle of Vicq d'Azyr", the Mamillothalanic tract. Azyr contributed to the encyclopaedia and his work led to severa

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