Thomas Isted to Hans Sloane – July 25, 1721
Item infoDate: July 25, 1721 Author: Thomas Isted Recipient: Hans Sloane
Library: British Library, London Manuscript: Sloane MS 4075 Folio: f. 337
Sent greetings from wife, mother and family. Thomas Isted (1677-1731) was a barrister. He married Anne Rose, the daughter of Elizabeth Sloane and step-daughter of Sir Hans Sloane (https://collections.royalsociety.org/DServe.exe?dsqIni=Dserve.ini&dsqApp=Archive&dsqCmd=Show.tcl&dsqDb=Persons&dsqPos=1&dsqSearch=%28Surname%3D%27isted%27%29).
Name: N/A Thomas Isted
He had pain in his left hip and thigh for last month. Flatulent.
Cunningham thought it was sciatica, but Isted believed it to be stone or gravel. Sloane noted a prescription: venesect.decoct.ex.lign.lac.africa.
Cunningham prescribed manna purge.
Pain continued and increased.
Medical problem reference
Stone, Sciatica, Pain