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


People [PERS ID:1626]

First NameGeorge
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Last NameCleghorn
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Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 299Case Miss Stanger [sister? of Hannah Stanger] , whose uterine disorder is attributed to a general debility.
2Case 316Case of Mr Robert Neilson with a chronic, progressive illness, probably pulmonary (consumption) but possible cardiac. After a gap, in early January 1782, Cullen confirms that Neilson's condition is terminal. An autopsy soon follows.
3Case 589Case of an unnamed 44-year-old male patient with a long-standing abdominal complaint who has been advised to consult Cullen.
4Case 818Case of Richard Allan, surgeon to the Dublin Volunteers who is given brief advice for himself but who also elicits Cullen's advice on who are the best authorities to read on fevers.
5Case 1232Case of Mr Thomson (under care of John Walker) who suffers a severe hectic fever with diarrhoea.
6Case 1634Case of William Norris, a surgeon at Hull, who suffers from a range of symptoms including a hectic fever with vomiting and other stomach complaints considered 'nervous'.
7Case 2051Case of an unnamed male patient with a varicose aneurism as reported by Alexander Taylor.
8Case 2146Case of an unnamed patient treated for megrim.
9Case 2270Case of Miss Hannah Stanger who has an eye inflammation.
10Case 2451Case of a series of reports concerning an outbreak of Typhus on troop ships bound for America.