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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1876-1877-626

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626 ilEDICAL DEPARTMENT XIV -Sotanr See Clothwarkerit Exhibition IX itte&ttal Brpartnunt SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP -iHrtltcmr Mention tlie chief causes of coma and the diagnostic marks of each State what is known of the proximate cause of coma Describe the symptoms and physical signs of acute pleurisy Mention the chief causes of the disease and describe the treat- ment Mention the chief distinctive signs of lardaceous cancerous and hydatid disease of the liver Mention the chief points of difference between typhus and enteric fever II -Commcntarp on Cast in fHrtJtciiu An orficeraged thirty had slight attack of dysentery in India in 1874 from which he quickly recovered In June 1875 he went up to Simla apparently in good health While there he bad two attacks of shivering and from that time he continued to be ill He lost flesh and strength and had pain in the right lumbar region With great difficulty he took the journey home to England On his arrival on the 24th September he was much emaciated The pulse rapid and feeble the abdomen dis- tended and tympanitic The hepatic dulness extended as high as the filth rib and two inches below the margin of the ribs creaking friction sound with each inspiration over the dull space Three days later Sept 27th there was sudden and severe
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