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Aphasia

 Subject
Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Scope Note: Notes = A cognitive disorder marked by an impaired ability to comprehend or express language in its written or spoken form. This condition is caused by diseases which affect the language areas of the dominant hemisphere. Clinical features are used to classify the various subtypes of this condition. General categories include receptive, expressive, and mixed forms of aphasia.,Created For = LHSA-Dott

Found in 868 Collections and/or Records:

PR1.101, 1928-1942

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.101
Scope and Contents Typed case summaries, charts and correspondence relating to male from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians), aged 48 at first examination in 1928. Conditions mentioned include: cranio cerebral injury; hemianopia; poisoning; basal fracture; mania; concussion; aphasia; alexia; and agraphia. Surgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR1.1021, 1935-1936

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1021
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, charts, reports, photographs and correspondence relating to female patient from outside Great Britain aged 54 at first examination in 1935. Conditions mentioned include: headache; aphasia; dizziness; papilloedema; and meninigioma. Surgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR1.1024, 1935-1936

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1024
Scope and Contents Notes and correspondence relating to male patient from Edinburgh and the Lothians aged 63 at first examination in 1935. Conditions mentioned include: failure of vision; hemianopia; and aphasia. No treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR1.1053, 1935-1937

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1053
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, notes, charts and correspondence relating to female patient from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 53 at first examination in 1935. Conditions mentioned include: dizziness; vomiting; headache; aphasia; and glioma. Surgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR1.1069, 1936

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1069
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, charts, autopsy report, photographs and correspondence relating to male patient from Edinburgh and the Lothians aged 28 at first examination in 1936. Conditions mentioned include: headache; diplopia; amnesia; aphasia; and astrocytoma. Surgical treatment given. Patient died in hospital.

PR1.1073, 1936

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1073
Scope and Contents Typed case summary and correspondence relating to female patient from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 38 at first examination in 1936. Conditions mentioned include: headache; vomiting; aphasia; hemianopia; and tumour. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR1.1090, 1936

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1090
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, charts and correspondence relating to male from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 44 at first examination in 1936. Conditions mentioned include: headache; aphasia; and tumour. Surgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR1.1119, 1936-1938

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Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1119
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, charts, notes, reports, photographs and correspondence relating to female patient from Great Britain (excluding Scotland) aged 33 at first examination in 1936. Conditions mentioned include: seizures; dizziness; vomiting; diplopia; headache; aphasia; intracranial pressure; and glioblastoma. Surgical and nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR1.1121, 1936-1957

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1121
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, charts, photographs and correspondence relating to female patient from Edinburgh and the Lothians aged 23 at first examination in 1936. Conditions mentioned include: paralysis; blindness; headache; aphasia; and dysarthria. Surgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR1.1126, 1936

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/20/PR1.1126
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, charts, report and correspondence relating to female patient from Great Britain (excluding Scotland) aged 9 at first examination in 1936. Conditions mentioned include: fatigue; vomiting; facial paralysis; aphasia; miliary tuberculosis; and meningoencephalitis. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient died in hospital.