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


People [PERS ID:531]

First NameRichard?
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Last NameWarren
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Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 392Cases communicated by Charles Broughton, a London surgeon, who sends Cullen letters detailing the successful use of his proprietary ointment that is supposed to cure tumours.
2Case 704Case of "A. B.", the four-year-old son of Mr Samuel Thomson on the island of St Croix who has lost his speech and developed a 'spasmodic' condition in his arm since being inoculated against smallpox.
3Case 1046Case of 'A Lady' with an abdominal, possibly uterine cancer for which Cullen advises giving Circuta (Hemlock) as a desperate measure.
4Case 1193Case of the anonymised 'Mr K.' in Ireland, who is languorous from a very long-standing weakness, probably rooted in the gout and for which a regimen and cold shower bath is advised.
5Case 1443Case of an unnamed female patient who requires surgery to remove a tumour in her breast.
6Case 2021Case of Sir John Sebright who has symptoms of 'heat' (feverishness) and pains in his limbs associated with gout.