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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1854-1855-382

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384 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Describe the elbow joint What are the movements enjoyed by the sterno-clavicular joints What other joints possess the same and only the same movements In dissection of the muscles at the back of the cranium which are implanted between the superior semicircular ridges of the occipital bone and the foramen magnum what is their order of succession What muscles are attached to the thyroid cartilage and where are they fixed to it 10 What muscles abduct and what adduct the hand 11 How is the third portion of the duodenum most readily exposed in dissection 12 What portions of the heart are exposed on opening the front of the pericardium II PI P$t'olotn Describe fully the minute structure of the compact tissue of long bone Give description of the anatomy of Mucous Membrane in general and in particular of that lining the Esophagus and Stomach Describe the physical and chemical characters and physio- logical relations of Albumen and Fibrin Give general outline of the course which the blood takes in mammalia fishes and reptiles III cmt mp Illustrate and explain the law of Multiple Proportions Specify the constituents of the atmosphere and describe the methods to be adopted for determining the amount of each What compounds do Hydrogen and Oxygen form with each other Describe the properties of each and the methods of obtaining them in state of purity
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