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Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Scope Note: Notes = A surgical specialty concerned with the treatment of diseases and disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral and sympathetic nervous system.,Created For = LHSA-Dott

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Aneurysm series, c.1953

Identifier: LHB1/61A/94/4
Scope and Contents A series of material consisting of both surgical drawings showing procedures and demonstration boards highlighting specific cases of aneurysms encountered by Professor Dott.

Bangour (EMS) Surgical Neurology Case Notes, 1940-1970

Identifier: LHB40 CC/2
Scope and Contents These case notes are housed in 38 boxes. Serving soldiers, sailors and airmen were treated at Bangour during the war, along with civilian patients and personnel from the auxiliary services, such as the Auxiliary Territorial Services (A.T.S) and Women's Auxiliary Air Force (W.A.A.F). Polish servicemen and German prisoners of war are also represented in these records as the war draws to its close. Whilst many accidents incurred by servicemen at the start of the war occurred in nearby camps,...

Bangour General Hospital Folder-based Case Notes

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.

Department of Surgical Neurology Papers, 1908-1972

Identifier: LHB1/61A
Scope and Contents Correspondence; minutes; reports; photographs; patient case notes; lecture notes and teaching materials; journals; offprints; plans; diaries; illustrations; books.

Eileen Paton

Identifier: GD1/146

Illustrations and diagrams, c.1925-1968

Identifier: LHB1/61A/94/1
Scope and Contents The series contains many surgical drawings showing procedures or particular conditions or cases used to assist Professor Dott in his work with neurosurgery and in his teaching.

Professor Norman Dott: Medical Illustrations and Demonstration Boards, 1925-1968

Identifier: LBH1/61A/94
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.

RIE Professor Norman Dott Case Notes, 1922-1970

Identifier: LHB1 CC/20
Scope and Contents Comprising 77 boxes of loose case notes, these records cover the early surgical career of Norman Dott, starting in the mid-1920s. At this time (1924-1931), Dott was in private practice and was given operating space by local nursing homes. From 1931, Dott worked from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE), in which he was granted four post-operative beds across Wards 13 and 14 by the Chair of Systematic Surgery at the University of Edinburgh, Sir David Wilkie. After the Department of Surgical...

RIE, Professor Norman Dott, Neurology, Ward 20, Filed by Disease, 1922-1976

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...

RIE, Professor Norman Dott, Neurology, Ward 20 (part 1), 1925-1976

Identifier: LHB1 CC/24 (1-6000)
Scope and Contents Although some earlier case records contain only handwritten notes, most cases in this series are represented in typed case summaries with a fairly uniform structure. These case summaries are considerably more succinct than the summaries written during Dott's early years as a neurosurgeon in private practice (LHB1/20). Consequently, the records of more than one patient were originally housed in a single folder, an order which has been retained in the preservation and rehousing of the case notes....