Dott, Norman McOmish, 1897-1973 (Neurosurgeon)
- Existence: 1897-1973
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: LHB40 CC
Scope and Contents LHSA has two collections of case notes from Bangour General Hospital, both stemming from the hospital's foundation as an Emergency Medical Service Hospital during the Second World War. One collection (LHB40 CC/1) covers military patients treated by the maxillofacial surgery specialist unit. The second (LHB40 CC/2) relates to the patients from the military and auxiliary services treated by Norman Dott's Brain Injuries' Unit.
Fonds — Container: Gen.2085 (28 boxes )
Scope and Contents The papers document all Dott's principal activities very fully. In addition, there are Dott's careful lecture notes which illustrate the development of the teaching of neurosurgery at Edinburgh, while the correspondence with Cushing, Jefferson and others traces the leading organisations and leading personalities in the field, especially in the second quarter of the century. There is also an extensive record of many aspects of public health in Scotland, relating chiefly to the care of the...
Scope and Contents Medical illustrations and demonstration boards showing conditions, injuries and procedures related to the field of neurosurgery used by Professor Norman Dott during his time with the Department of Surgical Neurology at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, and latterly at the Western General Hospital.
Identifier: LHB1 CC/22
Scope and Contents This series covers case notes from various stages in Dott's career that have been filed by the condition of the patient. The series includes patients from Dott's time operating in private nursing homes before 1931 and from his subsequent work at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE) before and after the establishment on the National Health Service (1948). These case notes are housed in 34 boxes. Original case folders housed both single and multiple cases, the arrangement of which...