Syphilis, Rupia prominus - UCD Digital Library

Syphilis, Rupia prominus : no. 1071

Abstract: Watercolour medical illustration depicting syphilitic rupia, ca. 1832-1860.

In collection Richmond Hospital medical illustrations : Portfolio 3

Origin information
Richmond Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Date created:
Type of Resource
still image
Physical description
1 leaf (2 p.)
52x40 cm
3/1
1071
Note
Manuscript case notes pasted on the verso of the drawing.
Note
It has the alternative reference number 1071 and P7B on the front. The Richmond Hospital Museum reference is A.e.11. The entry for this in P263/1 pg. 4 reads "Syphilitic rupia. Edw.d Ryan".
Note
The artist's signature is in the bottom right corner pf the recto, "J. Connolly fec.t".
Note
The attending physician is not identified.
Note
Papermaker's stamp in the top left corner of the recto.
Note
Manuscript note on the verso reads "Edward Ryan atet 35. Syphilis. Rupia prom[?]".
Note
The document is not dated.
Languages
English  
Genre
Medical condition   linked data (marcgt)
Subject
Hospitals--Medical staff   linked data (lcsh)
Medical drawings   linked data (tgm)
Medical illustrations   linked data (tgm)
Location
https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_54379
Location
University College Dublin. UCD Archives . P263 Portfolio 3/1
Suggested credit
"Richmond Hospital medical illustrations, portfolio 3/1, 'Syphilis, Rupia prominus [?]'" in "Historical Medical Illustrations from Dublin Hospitals," held by University College Dublin, UCD Archives. © University College Dublin. Digital content published by UCD Library, University College Dublin <https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_54370>
Funding
Supported by funding from the Wellcome Trust ...

Record source
Metadata creation date: 2018-01-03 — Metadata created by staff of UCD Archives, transformed to MODS by staff of UCD Library

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