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Craniocerebral Trauma

Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = LHSA-Dott,Use For = Head Injury

Found in 3632 Collections and/or Records:

3 lectures on head injuries, 1963

Identifier: Coll-32/D.194
Scope and Contents 3 lectures by Norman Dott on head injuries. The material consists of an extensive survey with 90 slides dated 1963, adapted and expanded from Postgraduate Lectures at University of Edinburgh on the same subject. Lecture II includes manuscript notes of a discussion in Singapore. Lecture III (Operative Surgery) is entirely manuscript. See Coll-32/D.195 for a list of the slides.
Dates: 1963

3.13 Male, Married, 15-24 yrs, Head injury, June 1947

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/3
Scope and Contents "Fractured skull in a motor-cycle accident in the army - has a pension of 28/- a week. Memory impaired, seems queer, unsociable, but PC says he is getting over it and can now do some work on the farm. Father, water inspector in County Buildings, strong-tempered, threatened his wife with a knife. PS says the father has a lot of ill-wishers, is not so black as he is painted. Drinks a little. Mother dead, was an invalid with rheumatism. Father recently married [widow]. Seen at OPC - Post traumatic...
Dates: Other: June 1947

3.77 Male, Married, 45-54 yrs, Head injury, June 1947

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/3
Scope and Contents "Head injury - fractured skull, unconscious about 19 days. Says it has ruined his career, gets flustered in places he is not familiar with, has diplopia, gets headaches, irritable at times. Good home, not overcrowded. Minister confirms but thinks it does not affect him."
Dates: Other: June 1947

5.57 Male, 14 yrs and under, Head Injury, May 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/5
Scope and Contents This boy fractured his skull two or three years ago - I think he landed on his heels. He is said to have made strange gestures ever since, sometimes sits crouching over the fire for hours saying nothing. Has been seen by several specialists. Seems quite intelligent, fly enough to make use of his disability, very little at school. House clean but overcrowded, mother tries hard. Decent hard-working people.
Dates: Other: May 1946

15.43 Male, Single, 35-44 yrs, Manic depressive, Head injury, Alcoholism, January 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/14
Scope and Contents "Diagnosis Manic Depressive psychosis (concussion and alcoholism contributary factors). Had been in and out of G. and C.H. Onset in 1927. Had worked as an engineer, bank clerk and planter; also helped on fox farm. Father said to have been in C.R."
Sister (15.42) and Aunt (15.44) in study.
Dates: Other: January 1946

18.32 Male, Single, Over 65 yrs, Senile and Arterio-sclerotic psychoses, Head injury, June 1947

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/17
Scope and Contents "Slightly mental. Has had a cerebral thrombosis but was queer before. Old head injury? has been in a Mental Hospital. Probably on a pension from the Great War because of his head injury. Used to labour, now retired. Single, has a housekeeper. Keen to go back to work."
Dates: Other: June 1947

25.11 Male, Single, 14 yrs and under, Dull and backward, Head injury, May 1945

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/24
Scope and Contents "This boy is backward, can't read, has a very dull voice. Considered lazy. He had a head injury five years ago. [Teacher] says this boy has a mental age of 8; he is lazy and feels no shame at beign in a class with little boys of 6. He is very poor at reading, hopeless at composition and his arithmetic is backward. Parents too soft - make the most of his head injury. Nice house, living conditions very good."
Dates: Other: May 1945

27.52 Male, Single, 25-34 yrs, Psychopathic personality, Head injury, October 1945

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/26
Scope and Contents "This man, an ex POW, has several illegitimate children. This man has had a fractured base and was queer for a time after it."
Relatives in survey: Siblings 27.35, 27.36
Dates: Other: October 1945

30.35 Male, Single, 14 yrs and under, Head injury, November 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/29
Scope and Contents "Had a trephine for a fractured skull. [Male teacher] Very decent but not bright, civil, will be a good farm worker. Had a severe head injury, was absent a long time, a little bit backward."
Mother: 30.33 Siblings: 30.36, 30.34
Dates: Other: November 1946

30.48 Male, Married, 45-54 yrs, Head injury, November 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/29
Scope and Contents "This man had a fractured skull in an accident, should have been killed but "they have wonderful heads". He got £300 compensation. Now working again. Has however always been queer, simple but is quite a good worker."
Wife: 30.49 Brother: 30.47 Children: 30.52, 30.50, 30.51
Dates: Other: November 1946