This diversity in the provenance of the indexed information is reflected in the format in which MedCat offers it, given that the task of completing it or verifying it on the original sources is in no way manageable, even though part of the digital archives of the deposits that conserve them can now be consulted.
In some cases, the complete or partial transcription of the document is offered, although they are not finished editions but working transcriptions, together with the summary of the content. However, more often than not only the summary is provided. The summaries are also heterogeneous. As well as extensive summaries, which provide information about all the essential elements of the document (people, places and events), there are other extremely laconic ones, which give their main data at least (names of the doctors or other health workers, places of work, location of the document), enough to be able to expand them with the consultation of the original source, if desired.