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Elizabeth Tomas, 39, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 39
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 28 Jan 1851
Date of death: 12 Jan 1851
Disease (transcribed): Pneumonia. Diarrhoea. Right lung hepatized. Ulceration of mucous membrane of caecum & peritonitis
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lungs); Diarrhoea (Intestines); Hepatization (Lungs); Ulcer (Intestines); Peritonitis (Abdomen)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient said she had been ailing about a [fortnight] commencing with cough, headache, pains in the limbs &c. 5 days before admission she had a severe shivering followed by great heat of skin, but not perspiration. She complaining of a feeling of general debility with loss of appetite and much thirst, & pain in the abdomen. The bowels have acted 9 times during the last 24 hours’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Thomas Tool, 31, Bricklayer’s labourer

Occupation or role: Bricklayer’s labourer
Age: 31
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 18 Jan 1851
Date of death: 20 Jan 1851
Disease (transcribed): Rupture of the liver, left kidney & spleen. Also extravasation of much blood into peritoneal cavity & subperitoneal tissues. Fracture of ribs on both side. Pneumonia on right side. Fracture of sacrum & separation of sacro-iliac articulation on either side
Disease (standardised): Rupture (Liver, kidney, spleen); Extravasation (Abdomen); Fracture (Ribs, pelvis); Pneumonia (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Cutler, Edward
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient, who was a bricklayer’s labourer, was brought to the hospital in a state of collapse, having just been precipitated from the scaffold near the Chinese Exhibition, a height of between 20 and 30 feet. The ribs on the left side were found to be extensively fractured though the exact seat of the injury could not be determined, as there was much emphysema all over the sides & front of the chest, & when he somewhat recovered from the collapse, he was in too great a state of depression to bear much manual examination’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax, cranium

Type of incident: Trauma / accident

Sarah Ford, 49, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 49
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 20 Nov 1850
Date of death: 22 Jan 1851
Disease (transcribed): Abscess connected with the right sterno-clavicular articulation. Complete destruction of the joints & caries of contiguous bones. Scrofulous deposits in the ovaries, & on the lining surface of uterus. Tubercle & vomicae in lung. Ulceration of intestines & perforation of rectum
Disease (standardised): Abscess (Chest); Caries (Joints, bones); Tuberculosis (Ovaries, uterus, lungs); Ulcer (Intestines); Perforation (Rectum)
Admitted under the care of: Cutler, Edward
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient was admitted, under the care of Mr Cutler [Edward Cutler] with an abscess apparently connected with the right sterno-clavicular articulation. There was a small opening over this spot, & a tube having been passed through it, a portion of the sternum & of the clavicle was found to be carious to some extent. She stated that she had noticed some degree of swelling for about six months at the upper part of the sternum’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Henry C. Benn, 29, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 29
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 1 Jan 1851
Date of death: 26 Jan 1851
Disease (transcribed): Tubercles of lungs. Pleurisy. Heart dilated. Nutmeg liver
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lungs); Pleurisy (Lungs); Disease (Heart, liver)

Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient had suffered from cough and spitting for more than 12 months, but had been very much relieved during the summer, and only become worse since winter again set in. He had spit up about ½ a pint of blood 9 weeks ago, and had been very much worse ever since’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Benjamin R. Brackland, 60, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 60
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 1 Feb 1851
Date of death: 2 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Severe wound of the throat, through crico-thyroid membrane
Disease (standardised): Wound (Throat)
Admitted under the care of: Keate, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man was brought to the hospital with a wound of the thorax between 2 and 3 inches in length, extending transversely from left to right & terminating over the front of the thyroid cartilage […] He had been found in a field about an hour before he was brought in, & a surgeon in the neighbourhood stated that there was profuse haemorrhage, both venous and arterial from the wound & he had been drinking. No reason was assigned for the deed’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Larynx

Type of incident: Trauma / accident / suicide?

John Turner, 32, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 32
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 26 Jan 1851
Date of death: 5 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Vomicae in lungs. Old adhesions, including of larynx, & glands of intestines &c
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lungs); Suppuration (Lungs); Adhesions (Larynx, intestines)

Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man when admitted had all the general appearances of being in the last stage of phthisis but the emaciation was not great and he said that he had not been ill more than 3 days. His face was full & florid & his pulse 110 & very feeble’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Mary Anne Pigott, 25, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 25
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 5 Feb 1851
Date of death: 6 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Dropsy. Pelvic abscess communicating with rectum. Abscesses in liver. Effusion in right pleura &c
Disease (standardised): Edema (Systemic); Abscess (Pelvis, rectum, liver); Effusion (Lungs)

Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient, a married woman, but who had never borne children, was stated to have been out of health two months, though able to continue at work until 3 weeks ago. She was first attacked by headache & sickness, & pain in the back, and had not menstruated since, but no further particulars were learned of her history. On the 19th January while at work, she was again seized with sickness & vomiting accompanied by diarrhoea, and she had been confined to bed nearly ever since’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax (‘this body was examined earlier & should have been entered as No 25, but was omitted accidentally’)

Type of incident: n/a

William Trott, 70, Carpenter

Occupation or role: Carpenter
Age: 70
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 31 Jan 1851
Date of death: 8 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Large sloughing wound of the scalp. Exposure of both parietal bones. Bronchitis
Disease (standardised): Wound (Scalp); Bronchitis (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Keate, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'Two hours before his admission this old man, who was a carpenter, fell from the joists of a building, & struck the top of his head against a piece of wood which as on the ground. He was but slightly stunned tho’ he fell from a height of several feet. There was considerable haemorrhage (from the wound) which produced extreme exhaustion’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium, thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: Trauma / accident

James Smart, 34, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 34
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 21 Jan 1851
Date of death: 11 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Anaemia. Emphysema of the lungs
Disease (standardised): Anaemia (Systemic); Emphysema (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Page, William Emanuel
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'An exceedingly pale-faced man who applied first for relief as an out-patient on 14th January, complaining of pain across the loins, and headache, with white tongue & confined bowels. He said his health had been failing for a year past, but no cause could be discerned for his ex-sanguine condition’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium, thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Anne Hawes, 29, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 29
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 6 Feb 1851
Date of death: 17 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Bronchitis with some emphysema. Heart large. Dropsy
Disease (standardised): Bronchitis (Lungs); Emphysema (Lungs); Enlargement (Heart); Edema (Systemic)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient dated her present attack from the middle of December, since when she had been suffering from cough & shortness of breathing; but she had for many years been subject to cough & shortness of breathing. On the presenting occasion she was worse than usual, & the legs had begun to swell about a week ago which led her to apply for admission. She was married but had no children’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

James Williams, 28, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 28
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 29 Jan 1851
Date of death: 20 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Large vomica at base of right lung, smaller at apex. Adherent pleura
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lungs); Suppuration (Lungs); Adherent (Lungs)

Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'A black, who said he had been ill 10 weeks with cough & spitting. His attack was in the first instance not severe, but he had soon after had spitting of blood, and had been gradually getting worse & losing flesh ever since. He was emaciated, voice rather hoarse’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

William Payne, 33, Omnibus driver

Occupation or role: Omnibus driver
Age: 33
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 22 Jan 1851
Date of death: 22 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Liver enlarged, capsule thickened. Old peritonitis. Fluid in abdomen & pleura &c
Disease (standardised): Disease (Liver); Peritonitis (Abdomen); Fluid (Abdomen, lungs)

Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'An omnibus driver who stated that he had never been a man of dissipated habits. He had been ailing for 3 or 4 months, but nearly a month before admission had first found his abdomen enlarging, at first gradually, & then rapidly during a week past. The legs had also swollen latterly. He had no pain in the abdomen at first but now begins to suffer from it’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

George Dyer, 31, Gardener

Occupation or role: Gardener
Age: 31
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 3 Feb 1851
Date of death: 26 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Encephaloid disease of axillary glands. Similar deposit in lungs, heart & omentum
Disease (standardised): Encephaloid disease (Armpit, lungs, heart, omentum)
Admitted under the care of: Keate, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man who had been a gardener by profession, presented at his admission to the hospital rather a wan & cachectic appearance & stated that as long as he could remember he had had a growth on the small of the back’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Caroline Hannington, 11, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 11
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 15 Feb 1851
Date of death: 11 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Wound of trachea. Inflammation of trachea & bronchi
Disease (standardised): Wound (Throat); Inflammation (Throat, lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Cutler, Edward
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This child, while under the influence of fear from a threat of punishment by her father, ran up stairs & cut her throat with a razor. The wound was situated just below the thyroid cartilage & was between two & three inches in length. Considerable haemorrhage took place from it, which was arrested under the influence of cold. Her voice was scarcely above a whisper. She was propped up in bed, & a wet linen rag was kept constantly applied’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: Suicide / trauma / accident

Samuel George, 61, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 61
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 7 Mar 1851
Date of death: 11 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Disorganisation of the kidneys. Infiltration of their substance by a yellow deposit. Congestion & emphysema of the lungs. Old pleurisy. Enlargement of the heart with hypertrophy on the left side & dilatation on the right. Congestion of the liver & of the membranes of the brain
Disease (standardised): Disease (Kidneys); Emphysema (Lungs); Pleurisy (Lungs); Disease (Heart); Congestion (Lungs, liver, brain)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This old man said that he had not been well scarcely since Xmas. He had had cough, and pains all over him which had been very much worse of late; he had not been free from them for 6 weeks. The pain was described as being worse at night when warm in bed, & being most severe in the right shoulder’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen, cranium

Type of incident: n/a

William Inwood, 47, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 47
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 7 Mar 1851
Date of death: 17 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Diffuse inflammation of the areolar tissue about the elbow & arm, proceeding to formation of pus. Absorption of the cartilage of bones forming the elbow joints & purulent matter in the joints. Pleurisy on left side. Grey hepatization of both lungs. Disease of the kidneys. Air in the liver. Softening of the spleen
Disease (standardised): Inflammation (Elbow, arm tissue); Suppuration (Elbow, arm tissue); Pleurisy (Lungs); Hepatization (Lungs); Disease (Kidneys, liver, spleen)
Admitted under the care of: Hawkins, Caesar Henry
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'Five weeks ago he fell from a ladder 6 feet from the ground & struck the left elbow against the grate of a furnace. On the slough being removed about 10 days from the accident, the whole of the forearm began to swell particularly in the neighbourhood of the wound. Poultices were applied & this was the only treatment adopted before he came to the hospital’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Elbow joint, thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: Trauma / accident

Emma Dalton, 16, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 16
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 24 Jan 1851
Date of death: 17 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Peritonitis. Adhesions between the various viscera of abdominal cavity. Inflammation, proceeding to extensive ulceration of the ileum & colon. Old pleurisy on the left side & old pneumonia also on both sides. Bronchitis
Disease (standardised): Peritonitis (Abdomen); Adhesion (Abdomen); Inflammation (Ileum, colon); Pleurisy (Lungs); Pneumonia (Lungs); Bronchitis (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This girl, in whom the catamenia [menstruation] had never appeared, and was of course supposed by her mother to be suffering from this cause, stated that a month before her admission, she had suffered from pain in the abdomen with considerable distention, which had disappeared; during the last fortnight hse had headache, & felt out of sorts, & the pain had recurred in the abdomen at intervals. She had been able to continue at work until the morning of 21st when she had a severe rigor’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

Thomas Freeland, 58, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 58
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 19 Mar 1851
Date of death: 22 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Inflammation of areolar tissue under the strong fascia at the back of the calf of the right leg, proceeding to formation of pus, & attended by integumentary appearances as of ‘gangrene’. Pus in the knee joint. Old standing pleurisy on both sides. ‘Low pneumonia’ on both sides. Great tendency to atheromic deposits in the blood vessels
Disease (standardised): Inflammation (Leg); Suppuration (Leg, knee); Pleurisy (Lungs); Pneumonia (Lungs); Plaque, atherosclerotic (Blood vessels)
Admitted under the care of: Tatum, Thomas
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient was admitted with a large slough of a yellowish colour involving the whole of the back of the right leg & apparently only the superficial textures. There was also oedema of the right thigh, the veins of the surface of which were clearly seen, of a large size & tortuous. He complained of pain on pressing this part, & the calf of the leg was acutely tender, but no pain on the front of the leg. The limb retained its normal temperature’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Right leg, abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

George Eingfield, 3, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 3
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 21 Mar 1851
Date of death: 23 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Laryngitis, supposed to have origin in the presence of a button accidentally ‘swallowed’ three days previous to earliest symptoms. Laryngotomy resorted to 14 days after commencement of the attack. Inflammation of mucous membrane about the glottis & of larynx was found, & also bronchitis & early stage of pneumonia
Disease (standardised): Laryngitis (Larynx); Laryngotomy (Larynx); Inflammation (Glottis, larynx); Bronchitis (Lungs); Pneumonia (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Tatum, Thomas
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'The following history was given by the child’s mother. On the 5th of March, while playing with a small button of the size of a fourpenny piece, he put it in his mouth & it was supposed to have slipped down his throat. He had been previously in good health & continued so for three days after the occurrence. On the 8th there was difficulty of breathing coming on at intervals, with convulsions, foaming at the mouth & lividity of countenance’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Trachea, larynx, abdomen (‘the foreign body which was sought for was not found in any part of the body’)

Type of incident: Trauma / accident?

William Ashwood, 35, Gentleman’s coachman

Occupation or role: Gentleman’s coachman
Age: 35
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 19 Feb 1851
Date of death: 30 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Large heart. Disease of aortic valves. Atheroma & calcerous deposit in aorta. Lungs congested & emphysematous. Commencing pericarditis & peritonitis
Disease (standardised): Disease (Heart); Plaque, atherosclerotic (Aorta); Emphysema (Lungs); Pericarditis (Heart); Peritonitis (Abdomen)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'A gentleman’s coachman, who complained of cough & shortness of breath with pain in the chest, from which he had been suffering for about a fortnight. He had not been subject to cough, and generally enjoyed pretty good health. He had been under treatment, & felt better than when first taken ill, but was unable to continue his employment’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

James Garney, 38, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 38
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 5 Feb 1851
Date of death: 31 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Tubercular deposits & vomicae in both lungs. Pleurisy on both sides. Bronchitis & emphysema
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lungs); Pleurisy (Lungs); Bronchitis (Lungs); Emphysema (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient, who did not present a very phthisical aspect when admitted stated that he had been only ill a month, that he had been attacked while at work with cough & duspnoea, & had suffered from palpitation of the heart ever since’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Hannah Giles, 25, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 25
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 2 Apr 1851
Date of death: 6 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Tubercular inflammation of the pia mater. Slight ecchymosis into the substance of the right hemisphere of the brain. Tubercles & vomicae in the lungs. Scrofulous deposit in the tubular portion of the left kidney. Ulceration of the mucous membrane of the caecum
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Brain, lungs, kidneys); Ecchymosis (Brain); Suppuration (Lungs); Ulcer (Intestines)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient presented herself as out-patient on Mar 29th ult when she complained of pain in head & in hips, especially on right side, with absence of the menstrual discharge during 3 months past. She had a very foul tongue & a quick pulse. Nothing else was complained of’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium, thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

James Shudrick, n/a, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: n/a
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 8 Apr 1851
Date of death: 8 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Tubercular infiltration in both lungs, specially in the right one. Vomicae in both lungs. Pleurisy. Ulceration of the mucous membrane covering one of the chordae vocales. Ulceration of the lining membrane of the rectum
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lungs); Suppuration (Lungs); Pleurisy (Lungs); Ulcer (Vocal cords, rectum)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient dated his illness from severe cold 12 months previously. He had never had cough before, & had scarcely been free from it since. He had slight haemoptysis a short time before admission, and during the last 3 weeks had suffered from pain across the epigastrium and frequent vomiting’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, larynx, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Thomas Flaherty, 52, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 52
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 23 Oct 1850
Date of death: 8 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Recent peritonitis. Disease of the liver. Old ‘double’ pleurisy. Congestion of the lungs & kidneys
Disease (standardised): Peritonitis (Abdomen); Disease (Liver); Pleurisy (Lungs); Congestion (Lungs, kidneys)
Admitted under the care of: Page, William Emanuel
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man was first admitted into the hospital in May, when in the absence of Dr Bence Jones [Henry Bence Jones], he came under the care of Dr Fuller [Henry William Fuller]. He had then been suffering about a month from ascites, and the legs had become anasarcous only a few days before admission. He had had no pain in his abdomen, except from the tension & sense of fulness latterly; the heart & kidneys appeared to be healthy and the only point of his history that could be made out as bearing upon his state was his having suffered from jaundice 28 years ago’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

William G. Davies, 45, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 45
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 3 Apr 1851
Date of death: 10 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Gangrene, attended by delirium in the right leg. The artery & veins of the extremity contained considerable semicoagulated blood. The heart was ‘fatty’ & very soft & pliable. Old pleurisy & tubercle of the left lung. Congestion of both lungs
Disease (standardised): Gangrene (Leg); Delirium (Brain); Disease (Blood vessels, heart); Pleurisy (Lungs); Tuberculosis (Lungs); Congestion (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Hawkins, Caesar Henry
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'The health of this patient had been failing for several years, & two years ago he was severely burnt, his habits were very intemperate, being accustomed to take half a pint of gin & two or three pints of ale daily. Three weeks ago oedema of both legs was present’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen, limbs, trachea, pharynx

Type of incident: n/a

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