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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-200

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medical department 199 following subjects during the Three Years' Course of each Medical Student The Old Testament II The New Testament III The Book of Common Prayer All Matriculated Students of the First Year are required to attend these Lectures unless exempted by the Principal Attendance after the First Year is optional There are Examinations in the months of December and March on the subjects of these Lectures Certificates of proficiency are given to those who pass these Examinations satisfactorily At the close of the Winter Session Prize is adjudged to the best Student of each year Anatomy Descriptive and Surgical These Lectures comprise full Course of Descriptive and Surgical Anatomy and are illustrated by recent Dissections by Preparations from the Anatomical Museum and by large collection of Diagrams Practical Anatomy is taught in the Dissecting Rooms by the Professor and Demonstrators of Anatomy Attendance is given daily from ten to four o'clock The Anatomical Rooms are spacious light and well ven- tilated and contain every requisite and convenience for the acquisition of practical knowledge of Anatomy Every opportunity is taken of rendering the technical details of Anatomy useful to the Students by pointing out their bear- ings on Physiological Science as well as on the practice of their profession The operations of Surgery are performed on the dead body during the summer months Physiology In this Course of Lectures comprehensive account is given of Human Physiology embracing Physiological Physics Physiological Chemistry and Physiological Anatomy or Histology
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