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Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Papers of Norman McOmish Dott

 Fonds — Gen.2085 (28 boxes )
Identifier: Coll-32
Scope and Contents The papers fully document all of Dott’s principal activities. In addition, there are Dott's careful lecture notes which illustrate the development of the teaching of neurosurgery at Edinburgh, while the correspondence with Cushing, Jefferson and others traces the leading organisations and leading personalities in the field, especially in the second quarter of the century. There is also an extensive record of many aspects of public health in Scotland, relating chiefly to the care of the...
Dates: c 1922-1973

Student notes taken down by J. Cabbell of lectures by Alexander Monro primus, and John Rutherford

Identifier: Coll-1901
Scope and Contents

Notes of lectures on clinical medicine given by Prof. John Rutherford, 1755-1756, and notes of lectures on anatomy given by Alexander Monro primus, circa 1752-1755, taken by J. Cabbell.

Dates: c 1752-1756

Three letters from Joseph Lister to his French translator, with annotated drawings of wound-dressings

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-389
Identifier: Coll-2057
Content Description

Autograph letters from the pioneer of anti-septic surgery Joseph Lister to his French translator Dr Gustave Burginon, with annotated diagrams explaining the application of bandages and the design of a splint. Dates: 14th December 1877, 11th November 1878, 25th November 1878.

Dates: 14 December 1877; 11 November 1878; 25 November 1878

Two volumes of notes on the lectures of Prof. Sir Thomas Grainger, completed by Archibald Donald , early 1880s

 Sub-Fonds — Box CLX-A-371
Identifier: Coll-1848/18-0146
Scope and Contents

Two notebooks containing lectures notes taken by Archibald Donald of Lauder Road, Edinburgh, during the early 1880s. He attended the lectures of Sir Thomas Grainger at the University of Edinburgh, eminent physician and gifted teacher. The notebooks are entitled 'Condensed notes of practice physic [sic]'.

Dates: early 1880s