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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1851-1852-331

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 335 Describe the attachments of the muscles of the soft palate and pharynx their relations to each other and their uses Describe the origin course and relations of the radial and of the anterior tibial arteries with those of the branches which they give off in the fore-arm and leg respectively Describe the course relations and termination of the inter- costal azygos bronchial and internal mammary veins Describe the origin course and distribution of the cutaneous nerves of the hand and of the foot Mention the vessels which are to be seen upon opening the pericardium and their relative position on and connected with the heart Describe the apparatus for the lubrication of the eyeball and for its preservation from external injury including the lachrymal gland and its ducts the lids conjunctiva &c &c II Pfyjrttologi Describe the Intestinal Mucous Membrane in man Describe the Vesicular Nervous Matter What are the subdivisions of the Encephalon Describe the Corpora Quadrigemina Describe the Cuticle under the form of epidermis nail hair Explain how the spiral Sweat-duct is formed Describe the Lens in fishes and mammalia including man What ends are served by so elaborate structure How are Nerve Fibres related to the proximate and ultimate elements of muscles In what respects of structure and function does Lung resemble true gland
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