For convenience, the specimens are grouped in six categories according roughly to type of organ displayed (one miscellaneous category is also included). The specimens are presented in the following order:
Miscellaneous Cardiac Disease
The following information (when known) is given for each specimen.
Designation as it appears on the specimen descriptive card (typed in 1963).
As given in the 1963 restoration.
As given in Rodin's 1981 Oslerian Pathology.
Accession"Entry" number in the Museum logbook.
Usually Osler, but occasionally another McGill physician.
Date the specimen was procured or was given to the Museum.
Descriptive card scan
Information attached to the specimen jar (as typed in 1963).
Information noted in the Museum logbook (entered in 1907).
The principal pathological abnormalities evident in the specimen (as interpreted in 2013).
Pertinent observations related to clinical, pathological, and historical aspects of the specimen and associated case history, as well as links to Osler's writing/publications.