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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-212

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 211 Course especially adapted for Candidates for the l'ublic Services for Degrees in Surgery and for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons may also be obtained Each pupil is provided with those parts of the subject which are necessary for doing the operations himself under the superintendence of the Demonstrator who will explain and illustrate the steps of each operation and the relative anatomy of the parts concerned Fee for the Course 61 6s without instruments if instru- ments are provided for the use of Students there will be an extra charge of Ten Shillings III MUSEUMS The Museums consist of Collections of objects illustrative of every department of Anatomy Human and Comparative Healthy and Morbid of Materia Medica Botany Chemistry Toxicology Mineralogy Geology and other branches of Natural History also of Collections of Diagrams amounting to upwards of 000 in number for illustrating the Lectures on these various subjects The Collection of Human Anatomy comprises large number of wet preparations models and casts presented by the late Dr Hocper and Green Esq and has been considerably enriched by additions from the several Professors friends and pupils of the College The Museum of Comparative Anatomy contains large collection of Osteological specimens and skeletons presented by the Messrs Bellamy of Plymouth Among the wet prepa- rations are many highly interesting dissections displaying the minute anatomy of insects and other of the lower tribes as well as preparations of the various organs of the higher animals ╬┐
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