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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-192

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190 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT mens and by numerous examples from recorded trials The class-book used for this subject is Dr Guy's "Principles of Forensic Medicine 14 Comparative Anatomy and Zoology The course consists of Thirty Lectures delivered during the Summer Session review of the whole Animal King- dom is completed in two Sessions the Vertebrata and the Invertebrata forming the subject of tbe course in alternate years The subject is treated Zoologically and also with view to the study of Comparative Anatomy and Physiology An extensive series of diagrams together with large number of preparations in the Museum of the College together with fresh specimens serve to illustrate the subject 15 Pathological Anatomy This Course consists of Twenty Lectures which are de- livered during the Summer Session The Lectures are illus- trated by diagrams specimens and microscopical preparations It is recommended that Students should examine the patho- logical series in the Hunterian Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons with the aid of the catologue as well as the specimens in the King's College Museum 16 Dental Surgery Courses of Lectures on Dental Anatomy and Physiology Dental Surgery Dental Mechanics and Metallurgy are given during the Summer Session See page 206 17 Ophthalmology Course of Lectures on Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery will be delivered during the Summer Session
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