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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-247

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medical department 243 The Course is illustrated by drawings preparations and speci- mens and by numerous examples from recorded trials The class-book used for this subject is Guy and Ferrier's Priii- ciples of Forensic Medicine 17 Comparative Anatomy and Zoology The Course consists of sixty Lectures delivered during the Winter Session and has for its prime object presenta- tion of an exact knowledge of the elements of the science based on precise acquaintance with the characters of selected "types The Lectures are so arranged as to comply with the neces- sities of the Students who are working for the examinations of the University of London and of those who devoting themselves especially to Anthropotomy desire to make them- selves acquainted with the morphology of the Vertebrata In accordance writh this object the after-Christmas portion of the Course will consist of general review of the characters of the Invertebrata and special study of the Vertebrata For the Practical Class see Practical Biology page 237 The Museum is open to all Students of the class and the Professor will give advice as to the necessary modes of studying the specimens which have bearing on the subject 18 Pathological Anatomy This Course consists of Thirty Lectures which are de- ivered during the Summer Session The Lectures are illus- rated by diagrams specimens and microscopical preparations and the Post-mortem Examinations at the Hospital will supplement this course 11 is recommended that Students should examine the patho- ogical series in the Hunterian Museum of the Royal College 3f Surgeons with the aid of the Catalogue as well as the specimens in the King's College Museum Special Demonstrations in Practical Pathology are given by the Demonstrator twice week throughout the Summer Session ρ י י
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