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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1876-1877-629

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medical department 629 appearances -mode of action -fatal dose -detection -treat- ment Poisoning by Carbolic Acid Give symptoms course and termination -pathological appearances -mode of actiojj -fatal dose -detection -treat- men VI bitrtrtc fHtUtritu Describe the third stage of natural labour and its proper management What do you mean by "spontaneous version '' and "spon- taneous evolution Describe what occurs during these pro- cesses What are principal displacements of the unimpregnated uterus omitting prolapse State their causes symptoms and treatment What are tbe principal causes of convulsions in infants How would you treat them SECOND YEAR SCHOLARSHIP -fhiatomi Describe fully the dissection of the dorsum of the foot from the ankle joint to the extremities of tbe toes Give tbe origin course and distribution of the obturator vessels and nerve and point out the most important deviations from the normal arrangement Give complete description of the length course relations and structure of the oesophagus How would you completely expose the musculo-spiual nerve and its branches from its origin to its point of division Describe the inferior maxilla Specify precisely the attachments of its ligaments and muscles and give tbe nerve- supply of the latter What are the peculiarities of this bone in childhood adult life and old age
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