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


People [PERS ID:820]

First NameThomas
Middle Name/Initial(s)
Last NameStephen
Maiden Name
Medical Professional?Medical Professional


Birth (year) 1744
Date of death (year) 1819


Physician in Elgin. Died 6 May 1819, aged 75. (Edinburgh Annual Register, p. 534).

Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 455Case of Miss Jane Innes who has a long-term cough (consumption) which eventually proves fatal.
2Case 1039Case of Miss Bell Shaw who has a constricted oesophagus, and strained herself nursing her dying father.
3Case 1255Case of Mr James Brander who has had a long-standing stomach disorder since returning from Lisbon.
4Case 1346Case of Mrs Robertson whose serious cough returned during her recent, third pregnancy. The cough is now purulent and the patient is also suffering from a hectic fever.
5Case 1377Case of Captain Grant who has consumptive symptoms and also swelling of the genitals.
6Case 1437Case of Mrs Thomson at Elgin who has a haemorrhage and severe abdominal pains.
7Case 1682Case of Mrs Stuart who suffers from severe chest pains, like angina, but which Cullen considers a 'spasmodic affection' loacted in her stomach.
8Case 1704Case of the Revd. Gordon who is very weak and distressed by an advanced chest condition for which he is prescribed Laudanam.