Subject Source: Medical Subject HeadingsScope Note: Notes = Abnormal outpouching in the wall of intracranial blood vessels. Most common are the saccular (berry) aneurysms located at branch points in CIRCLE OF WILLIS at the base of the brain. Vessel rupture results in SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE or INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGES. ,Created For = LHSA-Dott
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Scope and Contents Demonstration board with an x-ray showing the brain of a named patient, a photographic print of a dissected Circle of Willis with aneurysm and accompanying notes on the case, with details of what is shown in each image.
Dates: c. 1944
Scope and Contents Demonstration board with an x-ray showing the brain of a named patient before corrective procedure and accompanying notes on their case, with details of what is shown in each film.
Dates: c. 1967
Scope and Contents Demonstration board with an x-ray showing the brain of a named patient before corrective procedure and accompanying notes on their case, with details of what is shown in the film.
Dates: c. 1964
Scope and Contents Demonstration board notes on the treatment of a case corresponding to drawings not included on the board.
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and colleagues. The correspondence is regarding a Peruvian patient with an intracranial aneurysm and espescially regarding surgical treatment of such cases, 1953-1954. The corrspondents are Jorge Voto Bernales and William Beecher Scoville.
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and other medical professionals and related documents. The material consists of a letter from Norman Dott to John Graham regarding Robert Louis Stevenson's death from an intracranial aneurysm, dated 1953; letter from Norman Dott to John Marshall, enclosing manuscript of lecture 'which I have not had time to publish, hoping it may be of use', dated 1954; letter from Bertram Selverstone to Norman Dott regarding Dott's carotid occlusion clamp, dated 1955; letter...
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and the Library of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1933. The correspondence relates to bibliographies on epithelial tumours and intracranial aneurysms.
Scope and Contents Black and white line drawing, showing the cross-section of a brain undergoing a procedure to treat an aneurysm. The drawing includes the instruments used, and has a patient name written in pencil in the top left corner.
Scope and Contents Drawings and notes relating to a named patient's basilar aneurysm. Contains: 7 small line drawings printed on photographic paper, 3 larger line drawings drawn on card, and one hand-drawn sketch with hand-written notes. The file also contains fragments from the envelope that orignally held the material.
Scope and Contents Lecture by Norman Dott, 'Intracranial aneurysmal formations'. The paper was given at Lisbon, dated April 1947. The material consits of 2 versions of the paper; and a letter to Broni Sedzimir describing the work, undated.
Dates: April 1947