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


People [PERS ID:852]

First NameThomas
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Last NameLivingston
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Physician who attends George Ogilvy at Greenhall in 1780. Also attends the Countess of Aberdeen and the Earl of Errol. Possibly connected to Aberdeen Infirmary.

Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 136Case of James Hay, 15th Earl of Erroll who is thought to have a gouty knee and stomach.
2Case 151Case of Mrs Innes of Muriefold, whose symptoms are considered 'nervous or hysteric'.
3Case 315Case of the Countess of Aberdeen who has a menstrual irregularity.
4Case 369Case of Robert Ligertwood who believes himself to have a 'nervous weakness'.
5Case 432Case of Mr Aberdeen who has the gout.
6Case 547Case of Eleanor Fraser, the nine-year-old daughter of Lord and Lady Saltoun seized with 'fits' after a fever.
7Case 1034Case of Mrs Gordon of Wardhouse a young mother of four who developed a serious cough during last and recent pregnancy which persists and has left her very weakened.
8Case 1143Case of Mrs Maclean of Coll, who has a menstrual disorder that Cullen attributes to a serious uterine condition.
9Case 1229Case of George Ogilvie who is maniacal (insane).
10Case 1355Case of Mrs Gordon of Craigmile who has a weak chest and whose fluid retention, in Cullen's opinion, does not warrant surgical tapping.
11Case 1465Case of James Ross who has a rheumatic condition and fits of giddiness which Cullen diagnoses as an 'affection of the brain'.
12Case 2047Case of Mrs Gordon who has swelling of the belly.