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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1854-1855-118

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1 16 medical department It is the primary object of these Lectures throughout not only to verify the results of the reasoning by experimental illustrations but to elucidate the grand Phenomena of Nature and explain the Combinations of Art in the processes of Me- tallurgy of the Pharmacopoeia of the principal Manufactures and of Domestic Economy Materia Medica and Therapeutics In this Course an account is given of the natural history chemical nature and mode of action of the Substances used as Medicines The Lectures are illustrated by Experiments by the Drugs and Pharmaceutical Preparations presented to King's College by the Society of Apothecaries and by the late Sir Henry Halford Bart by coloured drawings of Plants by the Her- baria of King's College and by the Collections of the Professor Collection of Materia Medica has been formed expressly for the use of Students VI Principles and Practice of Surgery This Course is illustrated by Preparations Models Casts and Drawings and by recent Specimens of the effects of surgical disease or injury general view is first given of the doctrines or principles of Surgery these are next applied in praetical manner to the consideration of Injuries anil Surgical Diseases of Textures and Regions The Course concludes with series of Lectures ou Surgical Anatomy and Operative Surgery To these Lectures belongs the large collection of Diagrams and Casts presented to the College by II Green Esq and Professor Fergusson VII Principles and Practice of Medicine The Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Medicine are exemplified by Preparations Drawings and Models and by recent Specimens of diseased structure
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