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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1893-1894-872

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cliv FACULTY OF MEDICINE Intra-cranial haemorrhage-What are the chief points to be attended to in determining whether the effusion is due to violence or disease skeleton is found What are the principal questions to be answered regarding it and what appearances would justify you in certifying that it belonged to female about 22 years of age Lead poisoning mention- Its chief causes Compounds most commonly used Most prominent symptoms and diseases Treatment prophylactic and curative Post-mortem appearances Two distinctive tests Define delusion an illusion and an hallucination What are the delusions usually present in patient refusing food YL -mitttvit ίΜΛίπικ State what you know of the Caesarean Section the eases in which it should be adopted and the alternative operations which may be resorted to Describe the operation woman aborted in Jauuary 1892 at the third month Haemorrhage persisted nearly constantly since The uterus was found to be rather bulky but otherwise normal Describe the probable nature of the case and the treatment you would adopt What are the causes of uterine inertia and how would you manage case of labour prolonged by it How would you distinguish large fibro-myoma of the uterus from the conditions occasionally mistaken for it
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