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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-245

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 24 Anatomy Comparative Anatomy Practical Physiology and Practical Chemistry These consist of Books of the value of Ā£3 and are given to the highest Student in the Examina- tion provided that such Student exhibits sufficient merit to entitle him to receive prize Two Medical Clinical Prizes one of for the Winter Se sion and the other of 21 for the Summer Session and two Surgical Clinical Prizes of the same value are also given Candidates for the Clinical Prizes will be required- To write from memory the particulars of four cases taken from the practice of the Physicians or Surgeons as the case may be which have been treated in the Hospittil during the preceding Session each Candidate may select his own cases but the cases selected must as far as possible be taken equally from the practice of each of the Physicians or Surgeons as the case may be To give in writing for the Medical Prizes the substance of three of the Clinical Lectures one delivered by each of the Physicians and for the Surgical Prizes the substance of two of the Clinical Lectures one delivered by each of the Surgeons which have been delivered in the preceding Session The lectures to be selected by the Examiners To answer four questions on cases occurring in the practice of the Physicians or Surgeons respectively within the Hospital the cases to be selected by the Examiners Certificates of Honour are also given to such Candidates for Prizes in each class as the respective Pi-ofessors consider entitled to receive them All Students occasional as well as matriculated who have not exceeded their fourth year will be admitted to contend for the Class Prizes and Certificates ot Honour provided they have attended -in Anatomy and Physiology one course but not more than three courses of lectures -and in the other subjects one course but not more than two courses 01 lectures Candidates must also have regularly attended the Examinations in the several classes during the preceding Session
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