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


People [PERS ID:3709]

First NameJames
Middle Name/Initial(s)Carmichael
Last NameSmyth
Maiden NameCarmichael
AKASmyth Carmichael
Medical Professional?Medical Professional


Birth (year) 1742
Date of death (year) 1821


At present no additional information available.

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 1941Case of James Collier, a student at Cambridge, who has been left emaciated by a severe cough and 'hectic' [indicative of consumption], for which, on the advice on London physicians, he has moved the Weymouth and hopes to winter in Nice.
3Case 1954Case of the Hon. Mr Murray of Aiton who has a pectoral complaint and an unspecified disorder of his leg.
4Case 2005Case of Colin Robertstone [Robertson], a Perth practitioner, who has been very depressed with jaundice. He improves after he consults Dr Cullen and Dr Hope when on a visit to Edinburgh, but also suffers from gallstones.
5Case 2079Case of Mrs Moodie, whose chest complaint Cullen regards as a 'desperate case'.