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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-597

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 597 VI jlttrtittal Bfpartnunt SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP -Surgerj Describe the different varieties of compound fracture of the skull and the local complications constitutional symptoms and results with which they may be attended Give the general treatment stating especially the cases in which no operative interference is advisable those which can be dealt with by operation without trephining and those in which the trephine should be employed Describe the last named operation and the precautions to be observed in performing it Illustrate by references to cases which have occurred under your own observation Describe the dislocations which may occur in the ankle joint their complications resemblances and marks of dis- tinction how they may be overlooked and for what mistaken Give also the way of reducing them and the after treatment Describe the operation of deligation of the subclavian artery in the third part of its course What accidents and difficulties arising from peculiarities of structure and arrangement may occur in its performance and how would you meet them What are the advantages and disadvantages respectively of amputations through joints Illustrate them by cases which have occurred in the hospital wards during the past session Write brief account of the different varieties of Evns with their nomenclature Give the methods now most in use for curing them stating their respective merits and applicability under special conditions of growth and position Refer to cases that you have seen at the hospital II -Comtnratari on Casit tu burger Write detailed description of the different methods of treating open wounds that you have seen practised in King's College Hospital during the last six months
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