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Neil Stewart watercolours

Two separate illustrations by Neil Stewart, each signed and mounted together. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Sections of lung, the surface of which is shown in another drawing. The upper drawing shows a section of emphysematous portion near the anterior border of lung, the bronchi thickened and containing pus, the mucuous membrane highly congested. The lower drawing is only so far completed in detail as to show a cartilaginous bronchus divided in its length and opening into an irregular cavity lined by a well-formed smooth membrane and closed by a fibrous piece and several partial [--illegible--] such are sometimes seen in tuberculous excavations. There was no tubercle."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Tubercle of lung in globular patches with cavaties. Case of Coyle."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "calcified lung and perforated pleura. Case of hydrothorax. Apex of lung held by chronic stretched adhesion. Slight [--illegible--] network of colourless semi-transparent lymph in pleura pulmonalis. A man aged 22"

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Surface of lung some sections of which shown in another drawing [This is L1] The internal lesions were bronchitis, bronchial dilation and emphysema, both vesicular and interlobular. A thin viel of lympth covers the pleural surface, at some points shewing new vessels, but dissapearing towards the anterior margin where the interlobular emphysema can be distinctly observed along with diffused vesicular emphysema."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Emphysema of edge of lung with partial atrophy. Associated with history of chronic brochitis. No tubercle."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Haemorrhagic lesions ('apoplexy') of lungs, due to mitral contraction. The condensed portions are evidently undergoing secondary changes of the nature of a gray degeneration of the blood clot. This is especially seen in Fig. 3. In Fig. 2 one part nearer the surface has become gangrenous. In Fig. 1 there are both recent and older condensations, and in one place a cavity with smooth walls. Case of Eliza Munro."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Collapse of lung (lobular pneumonia) congestive form with incipent bronchial abscesses. Girl aet about 12 who died from an injury of the head."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Emphysema of lung with atrphy. An enormous bulla in upper lobe not far from summit, invested by a somewaht thickened and opaque pleura. Much puckering and thickening of pleura in the neighbourhood of this corresponding to atrophic lung infiltrated with carbon. Smaller emphysematous bullae towards the left."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Military tubercles in lung of a child."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Case of Wm Graheme. RIE. 9-8-1851. Lobular impacted condensation of lung with muco-sanguinolent infarction of bronchi from pressure of aneurism opening into left bronchus."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Pleuro-pneumonia in ox. Pleura much thickened as also interlobular septa and lung condensed. Specimen sent to me as characteristic by Mr. Barlow of Vetinary College, Ed. July 1851."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Case of Michael Bryceland. Irregular cavaties arising from ulceration in case of very old condensation of lung (Iron-gray condensation of Addison) The pleura is much thickened over the largest excavation. The smaller ones are lined by an imperfect false membrane of which the larger is destitute."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Gray hepatization of lung. The upper drawing shows a section of a lobe, natural size. The lower drawings are smaller sections, on the left seen with a simple hand lens, on the right under a power of 40 diameters with reflected light."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Lung of a cow with yellow (caseous) tubercles and interlobular emphysema. (The lymphatics are seen filled with yellowish opaque matter on the surface.)"

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Watercolour by Neil Stewart. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "New vessels in pleural exudation. The upper drawing towards the left (natural size) shows the still recent exudation torn across, the highly congested pleural surface and the groups of new vessels with torn ends, rising through the lymph. The right hand figure shows a smaller portion of the exudation under a simple lens of low power. The lower drawing shows the torn vessels containing blood retracted and tortuous under a half-inch object glass of the Oberhausen microscope.

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Piece of card

Piece of card entitled "Pathological Laboratory, University College, Dundee - Nerves"

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Hyatid cyst in ventricle of brain. From Auvert, Prascis [?] media chirurgia."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Abscesses of brain in a syphilitic subject. Female aet 25."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Female aet 43. White softening of centrum ovale. A stream of water has been directed on the section so as to render more definite the distinctions to the eye between the softened and the normal parts of the section. The normal part is seen to the left with its cut blood vessels in their normal disposition. The softened part is devoid of these and is of an opaque white appearance wherever it is not, as in the centre, different.

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Tumour of cerebellum, probably tubercular. Female aet 13 yrs."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Cancerous softening of the brain closely resembling ordinary red and yellowish softening to unaided senses but its nature clearly demonstrated on microscopic observations. No tumour. Woman aet 52. Cancer of uterus, liver etc."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Peculiar lesion of corpus striatum-case of tetanus."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "Old and recent haemorrhage in brain. Woman aet 74."

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

Neil Stewart watercolour

Neil Stewart watercolour. Comments by W.T. Gairdner read "From case of cholera. Liver with obsolete deposits, encysted. Hydatids?"

Neil Stewart and William Tennant Gairdner

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