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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1927-1928-199

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FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCE 197 -Advanced Applied Anatomy -For Students preparing for the University and Higher Examinations Tu 2-3 Th 3-4 12-1 throughout the year Anatomy for Dental Students -This course consists of series of lectures and demonstrations designed to meet the requirements of the First Professional Examina- tion Part IIIa for the License in Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons Tu -5 11-12 IF 12-1 throughout the year Courses in Dental Anatomy and Histology are given in the Depart- ment of Zoology in the Michaelmas and Lent Terms Examinations -Practice Examinations are held at intervals -Revision classes will be held during September for Conjoint Board students entering for examination at the end of that month and for candidates for the Primary in December fee -£3 3s Combined Classes -The following reductions are made in Fees for Students taking more than one Class Term Fee Sessional Fee mtbs Advanced Anatomy ן £ £ Practical Anatomy and J- 110 18 18 Demonstrations Practical Anatomy and Demonstrations 17 12 12 ANTHROPOLOGY See under Natural Science PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY ORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND HISTOLOGY Head of the Department Professor MoDowall Sc Ch Edin The following Courses of instruction will be given during the Session Organic Chemistry 2nd Part Lectures Jlf Tu Th 9-10 whole Session Practical Th 10-4 Michaelmas and Lent if 2-5 Th 11-1 Easter Υ -General Course of Lectures in Physiology Junior-Tu 12-1 Michaelmas and Lent Senior Advanced-M 12-1 Michaelmas and Lent 12-1 Easter The Junior Course is designed to suit those beginning the subject and deals with the subject systematically Students may begin in October or January but preferably the former In the Senior Course the more difficult parts of the subject are dealt with and more time is spent on those aspects of the subject which are more closely allied
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