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Post Mortem and Case Book 1871

A note in the index states that 'The hospital was closed except for urgent cases at the beginning of the year which accounts for the small number of deaths as compared with other years'. The volume contains 292 cases

Post Mortem and Case Book 1852

The volume contains 252 cases. The index is signed by 'J.W. Ogle [John William Ogle], MB, Curator [of the Pathological Museum]'. The index contains a note stating that 'The names of two patients, Mary Conway & Henry Costello, have been omitted by a mistake during this year'

Post Mortem and Case Book 1853

The back of the volume includes case notes from the following year (1854), inserted in this volume due to lack of space in that volume. These have been catalogued as part of PM/1854 (cases PM/1854/394-PM/1854/402).

Post Mortem and Case Book 1887

The back of the volume includes case notes from the following year (1888) on pages 394-417, inserted in this volume due to lack of space in that volume. These have been catalogued as part of PM/1888 (cases PM/1888/451-PM/1888/468)

Post Mortem and Case Book 1854

This volume contains 402 cases. Cases PM/1854/394-402 have been written in the previous volume (PM/1853) due to lack of space in the present volume, but have been catalogued as part of this volume.

This volume features cases from the 1854 cholera outbreak on Broad Street, Soho, London; so many of the patients were brought to St George's that there are no detailed case notes for the majority of them.

Post Mortem Examinations 1841

The volume contains 290 cases, covering the period from Jan 1841 to May 1842. Unlike the later volumes, this volume contains no medical notes pre-mortem, and each case occupies one page only: each image, therefore, includes two cases.

Post Mortem Examinations 1842

PM/1842 and PM/1843 are bound in a single volume, although they are here catalogued separately.

PM/1842 contains 104 cases, from May 1842 to Dec 1842. Cases from Jan-May 1842 are contained in the previous volume, PM/1841.

St George's Hospital, London

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