Watercolour illustration of a hemorrhagic skin disease
- 1902-03-10 in Glasgow
Watercolour illustration of a hemorrhagic skin disease, patient, Daniel Brogan, Glasgow, March 10th 1902., annotated, used for ward teaching by the University of Glasgow. 9 x 6.5 cm in mount 20.5 x 15.5 cm.
From a collection of 15 watercolour illustrations of pox lesions in human skin, consisting mostly of smallpox with the exception of one chickenpox. They were used for ward teaching by the University of Glasgow to represent various stages of disease in patients. Annotated with the patient's name (Daniel Brogan), case (haemorrhagic), part of body affected (inside right leg), date and sometimes the ward (2).
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