Subject Source: Medical Subject HeadingsScope 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 87 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Copies of a paper by Norman Dott, 'Facial paralysis and restitution by extra-petrous nerve graft'. The paper is as delivered, as corrected as submitted for publication. See reference Harris 64 in Coll-32/A.3.
Scope and Contents Copy of letter from Norman Dott to Doctor Robert W. Saxton, dated 1964. The letter discusses Dott's operative treatment of aneurysms.
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and Charles G. Drake, dated 1958-1959. The correspondence is regarding cases of facial nerve surgery and Dott's comments on a paper submitted to him by Drake.
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and Glenn J. Greenwood, dated 1961. The correspondence is regarding a facial nerve surgery case.
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and Karsten Kettel, dated 1956-1958. The correspondence relates to the importance of Dott's work in facial nerve surgery and it includes a copy of Kettel's note on Dott's 'Intracranial Nerve Grafting'. See reference Harris 61 in Coll-32/A.3.
Correspondence between Norman Dott, J. Sloan Robertson, Joseph Schorstein and John S Mackay, 1958-1959
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott, J. Sloan Robertson, Joseph Schorstein and John S Mackay. The material relates to Dott's lecture in Glasgow and the views he expressed.
Scope and Contents Correspondence with Norman Dott, 1967 and 1969. The correspondents are W. B. Matthews, 1967, James Bull, regarding the history of medicine, 1967, Sir Herbert Seddon also regarding the history of medicine, 1967, with Scots Magazine, regarding the history of the 'discovery of insulin', 1967, Maitland Baldwin, 1967, Peter Wu, 1967, William F. Robbett from the Centennial Symposium Manhatton Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, regarding Dott's pioneer work on facial nerve...
Dates: 1967, 1969
Scope and Contents Correspondence with Norman Dott arising from visit to Durban, 1955. The correspondence is mainly from Dott's colleagues and acquaintances who were hoping to see Dott, or from doctors and patients hoping for a consultation. The material includes casenotes of patients, Dott's remarks, and letters of thanks, etc. The material is selectively indexed.
Scope and Contents Plans of spaces within the Department of Surgical Neurology, which opened at the Western General Hospital in 1960, overseen by Professor Norman Dott.