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Iain MacLaren treating a patient at the Royal Infirmary

Unknown, 1956, Photograph
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Iain MacLaren treating a patient at the Royal Infirmary
Iain MacLaren treating a patient at the Royal Infirmary
Iain MacLaren treating a patient at the Royal Infirmary
Iain MacLaren treating a patient at the Royal Infirmary
Library Item
20753
Iain MacLaren treating a patient in the Surgical Out-Patient Department at the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh
Iain Maclaren examines a patient's ankle inside a hospital room. He wears a white coat and is sat sideways on a wooden chair in front of a desk. The patient sits on a chair next to him with his bare foot balanced on a small bench. A man in a large beige coat is sat watching. Three women stand observing the goings on. One wears a long white coat, the others are in nurse's uniform with a dress, white apron and white cap. The desk is covered with pieces of paper. There are various surgical implements In the background. A bin is also visible.
1956