De Similarium Partium Humanum Corpus Constituentium Regeneratione Dissertatio. Additionibus exornata, et Latine reddita a Mauro Sartio Russiensi.
Mediolani [Milan:] Ex Typographia Josephi Marelli, .1782
8vo, 48 pages. Original marbled wrappers, spine defective. A few small marks and slight dust-soiling, but a very good copy.
FIRST SEPARATE EDITION, second issue, of Nannoni’s dissertation on the regeneration of nerves, muscles and tendons after excision. Nannoni was the son of the famous surgeon Angelo Nannoni, and a renowned surgeon in his own right. The first issue appeared the year before. Zeis Index 266, citing the edition included in Roemer’s Delectus opusculorum, 1791, and aware of this separate printing only through de Renzi’s Storia de la medicina in Italia (1845). Not in NUC; one copy (NLM) in RLIN.
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