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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-449

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 451 Describe the structure of an Hydated Tumour and taste what is known of its origin and mode of production Give the Clinical history of Chorea -its causes symptoms and treatment State the stethoscopic phenomena of Inflammation of the Lung in its different stages Describe briefly the principal forms of Scarlet Fever Describe the symptoms course and morbid appearances of Dysentery Give sketch of the symptoms and course of Acute Renal Dropsy Illustrate your answers where occasion offers by reference to cases treated in the Hospital during the Winter Session VI -iHtofotfero SECOND YEAR SCHOLARSHIP Ϊ -& ntomg Name the bones upon the table and state to which side of the body each of them belongs What muscles are in contact with the capsular ligament of the Shoulder-Joint What muscles open and shut the Jaw Wrhat opens into the lower and middle Meatus of the Nose If the Subclavian Artery were tied external to the Scalenus what vessels would carry on the circulation in the upper limb Under what variety of origin and course is the Obturator Artery endangered in the operation for femoral hernia How do the Spermatic Veins terminate How do the Lumbar and how do the Intercostal Veins terminate
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