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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1854-1855-379

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 381 What muscles are successively and simultaneously brought into action in mastication and deglutition Describe the course of the internal maxillary artery Describe the course and relations of the radial artery in the forearm and on the back of the hand 10 If ligatures were placed on the trunks of both common carotids by what vessels would the blood be conveyed to the bead above 11 Enumerate the muscles of the leg and foot and state what nerve or nerves supply each of them 12 What muscles are supplied by the ninth cerebral nerve II -$ljnStol0 Give clear general view of the functions of the human body ×™ Describe the human cornea and sclerotica What are the elements of calorifaciant food and what chemical changes do they undergo within the body Give an outline of the principal varieties of gland structure met with in the human body with examples III -Cljnm'stn State briefly the characters by which beam of polarized light is distinguished from ordinary light Mention instances of the chemical action of light and state the general distribution in the different parts of the spectrum of the heating luminous and chemical effects What are the non-metallic elements which are of most frequent occurrence in organic compounds State the methods for determining the proportions of each Specify the composition of the different varieties of sugar and state in what particulars they differ from each other What compounds are artificially convertible into sugar State the process employed
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