Reference numberMS/929/1/143
TitleLetter from Alex Ogston, No. 2 Elmgrove, Church Street, Hanwell, London, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date13 December 1914
DescriptionExplains that the patient is a soldier with a fragment, about the size of a split pea, somewhere about the external popliteal nerve in the calf below the popliteal space. It can be seen through stereoscopy, however, will not be easy to find among a mass of moving flesh. Notes that the patient is thinking to wait until after Christmas to have the removal done. Declines Mackenzie Davidson's invitation for lunch.
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