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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-193

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190 FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCE -Laboratory Work 10-1 Lent and Easter Terms and Th 3-6 throughout the Session Examination by dissection or otherwise of the types enumerated above-Elements of Cytology and Animal Histology-Development of the Chick For Students taking the Examination of the Conjoint Board special course has been arranged for these Students and will be given by Mr Billinghurst -Lectures 12-1 Tu 4-5 Th 10-11 2-3 S2 -Laboratory Work 3-6 ANATOMY Head of the Department Professor Barclay-Smith Μ Α The following Courses are given throughout the year except where otherwise stated -Descriptive Anatomy 11-12 and 10-11 Michaelmas and Lent Terms Th 10-11 Easter Term This Course consists of series of Lectures in which the various systems and organs of the body are described in detail Y2 -A Revision Course in Anatomy is given each Term Tu Th 11-12 Michaelmas and Lent Terms 12-1 Sat 10-11 Easter Term Y3 -Practical Anatomy The Dissecting Room is open daily Tu Th 9-4 9-12 The Practical Course is conducted under the superintendence of the Professor assisted by the Lecturers and Demonstrators Students have to undergo periodical examinations on the part they are dissecting Fees -£6 6s per Term £9 9s for Months This includes cost of the parts dissected Y4 -Embryology 3-4 Th 10-11 Michaelmas and Lent Terms and Th 11-12 Easter Term The Course of Embryology consists of series of Lectures in which the development of the embryo and of its appendages systems and organs are discussed -A Class in Osteology is held throughout the year on Tu and 3-4 Michaelmas and Lent Terms and 3-4 Easter Term Advanced Anatomy -Senior Course -For Senior and Post-Graduate Students Adapted for Senior Students preparing for the University and other higher and Honours examinations and as preliminary to the com- mencement of original research It consists of series of Lecture
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