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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-599

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 599 breathing and profuse perspiration until tbe 13th of November when he died What was the nature of the disease and what would be found on inspection after death Jfortns'tc fHrtit'rine Personal Identity Discuss the nature of the medical evidence as to identity Illustrste by the Tichborne case 25 Infanticide Explain the hydrostatic test Discuss its value as means of determining live birth 25 Poisoning by Corrosive Sublimate -Symptoms-progress and termination-post-mortem appearances-fatal dose-treat- ment-methods of analysis and detection in the stomach and viscera 30 Ergot of Rye -Its characters and tests Describe the phenomena of chronic poisoning by this substance 20 vi bsitctn'c iiUatcuu Describe the indications that would guide you in the treatment of powerless labour and the treatment you would adopt What are the principal causes of sudden death in the puerperal state Describe the pathological phenomena you would expect to find on post-mortem examination What are the principal form symptoms and treatment of extra-uterine foetation Give the symptoms pathology differential diagnosis and treatment of pelvic bsematocele VII &natomg -In questions and full description of the structures exposed during the steps of the dissection is not required but merely so much of their position and distinctive characters as are sufficient for their recognition Describe the dissection which would be necessary in order that the digastric muscle might be exposed in its whole extent Give its attachments actions and nerve supply
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