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Tuberculosis, Pulmonary

 Subject
Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Scope Note: Notes = MYCOBACTERIUM infections of the lung.,Created For = LHSA-Dott

Found in 2864 Collections and/or Records:

Royal Victoria Dispensary for Diseases of the Chest case notes, 1920-1951

 Series
Identifier: LHB41 CC/4
Scope and Contents Case notes for patients examined in Royal Victoria Dispensary, with correspondence, reports, forms and other records. Sir Robert Philip's classification system for tuberculosis is often used in these cases. The letter L, followed by a number, is used to describe the severity of the local lesion, while S, capital or lower case, indicates the severity of the systemic disturbance. Therefore L1s indicates an early local process with equivalent systemic disturbance, while L3S indicates a case of...
Dates: 1920-1951

Royal Victoria Dispensary for Diseases of the Chest case notes, 1940-1957

 Series
Identifier: LHB41 CC/2
Scope and Contents Pro forma case notes for patients examined in Royal Victoria Dispensary, with correspondence, reports, forms and other records noted where relevant. Sir Robert Philip's classification system for tuberculosis is often used in the case notes in place of a diagnosis of tuberculosis. The letter L, followed by a number, is used to describe the severity of the local lesion, while S, capital or lower case, indicates the severity of the systemic disturbance. Therefore, L1s indicates an early local...
Dates: 1940-1957

Royal Victoria Dispensary, Hospital and Tuberculosis Trust case notes

 Sub-Fonds
Identifier: LHB41 CC
Scope and Contents Case notes for patients treated by the Royal Victoria Dispensary, Hospital and Tuberculosis Trust in Southfield Sanatorium, the Royal Victoria Dispensary and as a result of the mass miniature radiography campaigns of 1957 - 1958.
Dates: 1920s-1970s

Southfield Sanatorium case notes, 1921-1974

 Series
Identifier: LHB41 CC/1
Scope and Contents Case notes for patients treated in Southfield Sanatorium, with correspondence, charts, reports, forms, medical drawings, photographs and other records noted where relevant. Details recorded in this catalogue include the patient's occupation, location, age at first examination, and date of first examination. Up to three key medical conditions are recorded as written in the record, this may include presenting symptoms or diagnoses. A positive or negative family history of tuberculosis is recorded...
Dates: 1921-1974