The Consultation Letters of Dr William Cullen (1710-1790) at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh


People [PERS ID:1389]

First NameAlexander
Middle Name/Initial(s)
Last NameMonro
Maiden Name
AKAprimus; Munro
Medical Professional?Medical Professional


Birth (year) 1697
Date of death (year) 1767


At present no additional information available.

Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 208Case of the Earl of Moray whose condition Cullen attributes to a 'relaxed' nerves.
2Case 729Case of Dr Garrioch [Garioch] who has a problem with his foot which Cullen has discussed with his colleague Dr Alexander Munro.
3Case 1000Case of Captain Ogilvy, Kinordie [Kinnordy], who is being further advised over costiveness and a bladder condition, both of which improve.
4Case 1076Case of 'J. C.', a 22 year old male student who suffers a range of distressing symptoms which he fears are signs of hypochodria brought on by intense study. Circumstances closely match those of James Currie.
5Case 1257Case of Lord Saltoun who has tumours.
6Case 1703Case of Dr G. Watts who insists he has had a weak stomach for over thirty years.
7Case 2301Case of Mrs Reid (wife of Captain Reid), who has the same 'foulness of the blood' as her husband, but the first matter to address is the sate of her bowels.
8Case 2545Case of Captain Reid who can be relieved of a 'foulness of blood'.