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C.S.F. Circulation: Case of spinal ependymoma, c.1950

 Item
Identifier: LHB1/61A/94/2/7

Scope and Contents

Demonstration board, Board 7, presented by Professor Dott and Staff with five photographic prints: two x-rays of the brain, one x-ray of the spine, one photograph of a brain section, and one photograph of human tissue, possibly spinal. Notes accompanying the board describe the case. Titled "C.S.F. Circulation: Subarachnoid Fluid Propulsion and Accumulations".

Dates

  • c.1950

Language of Materials

From the Fonds: English

Language of Materials

From the Fonds: English

Language of Materials

From the Fonds: English

Physical Description

Black board with printed white title, and 5 images on photographic material affixed to the centre. Paper sheet with typed notes attached to bottom of board.

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Extent

1 item

Physical Description

Black board with printed white title, and 5 images on photographic material affixed to the centre. Paper sheet with typed notes attached to bottom of board.

Dimensions

Approximately 36cmW x 36cmH

Repository Details

Part of the Lothian Health Services Archive Repository

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