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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-181

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medical department 181 Forensic Medicine These Lectures treat of the legal and medical relations of each question in Forensic Medicine including Toxicology The Course is illustrated by drawings preparations and speci- mens and by numerous examples from recorded trials The class-book used for this subject is Dr Guy's Principles of Forensic Medicine XI Comparative Anatomy and Physiology First Division of the Course -On the forms habits and gene- ral organization of the different classes composing the animal creation Second Division of the Course -Comparative Physiology This division qualifies for examination at the University of London The subject is illustrated by an extensive series of diagrams and by the preparations and specimens contained in the Museums of Anatomy Comparative Anatomy Zoology and Geology belonging to the College XII Practical Chemistry These Demonstrations commence with the Summer Session and terminate towards the end of July The instruction given is comprised in thirty lessons of two hours each and is so arranged that each Student performs the operations which are in most frequent use in the Laboratory for the purposes of analysis or research including the pro- cesses for detecting the chief mineral and vegetable poisons To facilitate the course of study the Pupils are divided into groups Each Student pursues distinct plan of operations
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