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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-259

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medical department 253 The Course is illustrated by drawings preparations and specimens and by numerous examples from recorded trials Text-book Guy and Ferrier's Principles of Forensic Medicine Hygienic Chemistry and Practical Toxicology course of Practical Toxicology for the degree of the University of London is given in October Fee Ā£2 2s King's College Students free 17 Comparative Anatomy and Zoology Course of two Lectures week will be given in the Winter Session in which the subject will be treated as com- pletely as time permits The Invertebrata will form the subject of the Lectures before and the Vertebrata that of 'those after Christmas The Museum is provided with the specimens required by the Student and the Professor will give advice or assistance as to the manner in which they should be studied For the Practical Class see Practical Biology page 245 18 Pathological Anatomy This Course consists of Thirty Lectures which are de livered during the Summer Session The Lectures are illus- trated 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- logical series in the Hunterian Museum of the Royal College of 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
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