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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-220

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ΓΛΓΓΤ ΤΥ ΟΓ ΜΓ ΡΤΠΝΡ PATHOLOGY7 Ν Daltox Μ IX Profcwr The Pathological teaching comprises Course of Thirty Lectures Course of Pathological Histology in which Students prepare and examine under the microscope specimens of diseased tissues At the end of the Course the Students possess collection of about 50 specimens illustrative of the microscopical appearances in the principal diseases There is no extra fee for this Course Demonstrations in the Post-Mortem Room During the Winter special demonstration is also given once week on specimens obtained from the Post-Mortem Room Demonstrations on preserved specimens in the Museum by the Demonstrators of Medical and Surgical Pathology The proximity of King's College Hospital to the Royal College of Surgeons enables the Demonstrators to instruct special classes in the Museum of the latter Institution PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY This Laboratory is under the direction of tho Professor of Pathology It enables the Senior Students of the College to undertake Course of Morbid Histology and to study any branch of that subject There is abundant material for investigation FORENSIC MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY Smith Sc Ed Barrister-at-Law Professor These Lectures treat of the legal and medical relations of each question in Forensic Medicine Medical Evidence Generally Documentary bit Oral Experimental Examination of the living-identity examination of the dead-identity cause of death exhumations autopsies
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