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1. What are the constituents of atmospheric air and their relative proportions ? What are the changes effected in it by respiration ?
2. Describe the nature and uses of the various transparent media of the eye, and mention what changes the crystalline lens undergoes during the act of accommodation.
3. Describe the minute structure of the pancreas; give the chemical properties of the pancreatic juice, and its action on the principal constituents of food.
4. Describe the development of the temporary teeth and the changes which occur in order to replace them by the permanent set.
5. Give a concise description of the structure of the mucous membrane of the Duodenum, and of the lower part of the Ileum.
6. State what are the results of section of the third Cranial Nerve.
Examiner-DR. K. McLeod. [Maximum Value of Written Examination 600; of oral and practical 400; total 1000.]
1. Describe the Component parts of a Vertebra; and show the differences, in the form of a table, between a cervical, dorsal, lumbar, sacral and coccygal vertebral segment. (200 marks.)
2. Enumerate and describe the synovial sacs entering into the formation of the hand and foot respectively, including the wrist and ankle joints. (100 marks.)
3. State accurately what parts of the intestinal tube, from @so. phagus to anus, do not possess a peritoneal covering. (200 marks.)
4. What are the relations, antero-posterior and lateral, of the artery vein and duct in the case of the right lung, left lung, liver and kidneys. (100 marks.)
Examiner-DR. R. HARVEY. 1. What is Camphor ? What its physiological action and thera. peutic effects, and into what officinal preparation does it enter ? (175 marks.)
Write a prescription (with directions for use) for a solution of Morphia and Atropine to be employed hypodermically. 3. Mention the doses for an adult of
1. Ammonia Carb. 6. Succus Conii
7. Tinct. Aconiti
Nucis Vomica 4. Iodium
Opii 5. Sodii Salicylac. 10. Zinci Sulphas. (175 marks.)
4. Give a list of the hypnotics and state under what circumstances each is to be preferred. (175 marks.)
5. How much of each of the following substances is required to saturate 20 grains of Citric Acid.
Carbonate of Ammonium. Bicarbonate of Potassium.
Carbonate of Potassium. Bicarbonate of Sodium. (175 marks.) 6. How is Chloral Hydrate prepared ? What are the tests of its purity, and what its physical characters ? (175 marks.)
N. B.-Only four of these questions are to be answered.
BOTANY. Examiner-DR. D. D. CUNNINGHAM. 1. What is the Phyllotaxy of the specimen given to you ? (Value 120.)
Describe the minute structure of wood ? (Value 40.) 3. Describe the fertilization of ovules in flowering plants ? (Value 120.)
4. What do you understand by the terms-inferior fruit-radicle --vernation-dissepiment-stoma-protoplasm ? (Value 40.)
5. Enumerate and describe the chief forms of inflorescence ? (Value 40.)
6. Describe the appearance of starch and chlorophyll. In what parts of plants are they found; how are they formed ; what are their uses ? (Value 60.)
7. Enumerate the chief economic products derived from Indian species of Leguminosæ ? (Value 40.)
8. Describe the structure of the fruit of Compositæ ? (Value 40.) Total value assigned to this paper 500 marks.
100 Total value assigned to the oral exam.
600 Question 1 120 marks.
40 120 40 40
60 7 40 8 40
Examiner-DR. T. R. LEWIS, M. B. Total marks = 600: Value of each question 500. Not more than four to be answered.
1. Describe the structure of a Paramecium and the modes by which it multiplies.
2. Give a short description of the anatomy of the medicinal leech; and state the 'class' and 'orderto which it belongs.
3. Explain what you understand by · Ametabolic,'. Hemimetabolic,' and Holometabolic Insects. Cite examples of each kind
4. Describe briefly the tongue, and the maxillary and dental apparatus in the Ophidia : mention the chief peculiarities in their eyes and in their organs of locomotion.
5. Describe the digestive, circulatory, and respiratory apparatus in birds.
6. Give the distinctive characters of the Perissodactyle and Artiodactyle Ungulata. Cite a few examples of each kind.
L. M. S. and M. B. Second Examination.
Examiner—DR. F. C. NICHOLSON, M. B. 1. Upon what signs and symptoms would you rely in forming an opinion as to whether a woman was pregnant ? (100 marks.)
2. What signs and appearances indicate that delivery has recently taken place in the living ? (70 marks.)
3. What signs and appearances would you expect to find on the body of a person, who had been strangled; and what considerations would guide you in deciding whether the strangulation was suicidal or homicidal ? (100 marks.)
4. What is meant by post-mortem lividity, and how would you distinguish between it and a bruise inflicted before death? (70 marks.)
5. Describe the methods of applying the Hydrostatic test to the lungs in order to determine the live birth of an infant ? What are the objections to this test as being a conclusive means of determining live birth ? (130 marks.)
6. Describe the symptoms and post-mortem appearances met with in strychnia poisoning ? What disease has symptoms resem. bling those produced by this poison, and how would you distinguish them? (80 marks.)
7. Describe the symptoms and post-mortem appearances of opium poisoning. How would you treat a case ? (50 marks.)
MEDICINE Examiner-DR. R. C. CHANDRA. 1. Give a full account of the disease known as “ Cerebrospinal Meningitis” and how would you treat it.
2 What is Hæmatemesis ?
Enumerate all the causes under the influence of which it may arise. Explain the sources of Hæmorrhage and the principles of treatment.
3. Describe the different kinds of effusion into the Pleural sac, their pathological causes, Diagnosis, and treatment.
4. Describe a case of Acute Dysentery. Explain fully its causes, symptoms, complications, morbid appearances and treatment.
150 200 200
SURGERY AND OPHTHALMIC SURGERY.
Examiner-D. O'C. RAYE. 1. A man has received a punctured wound of the femoral artery. He has lost much blood and is faint, the hæmorrhage for the time has ceased and the wound is filled by a clot.
What treatment would you adopt; at once, and later on? Men. tion the various accidents liable to occur during the progress of the case and the treatment appropriate to each. (150 marks.)
2. What are the appearances presented by a patient suffering from an impacted fracture of the neck of the thigh-bone? In what way is this accident usually caused ? With what diseases or injuries may it be confounded ? Enumerate the points which would guide you in forming your diagnosis, and the precautions which you would adopt in examining the patient. How would you treat such a fracture ? (150 marks.)
3. What are the symptoms commonly caused by inherited syphie lis, in the infant and later in life ? (100 marks.)
4. Describe the mode of union in a recent simple fracture of s long bone in the human subject ? (100 marks.)
5. Describe the mode of formation and the treatment of urinary perineal fistula. (100 marks.)
Three only of the above questions to be answered. 6. What are the symptoms of acute Glaucoma ? How would you treat such a case ? (100 marks.)
7. How would you treat an incised wound of the cornea with prolapse of the iris? (100 marks.) One only of the above two questions to be answered. Written examination. Total marks,
500 Practical operations and bandaging &c.,
200 Clinical and diagnosis of cases,
200 Oral, ...........
100 Total,......... 1,000
Examiner-Dr. R. C. CHANDRA. 1. What is puerperal Eclampsia ? Describe its symptoms, relation of the attacks to Labour, treatment and obstetric management. (350 marks )
2. Describe the different varieties of deformed pelvis known, and explain the obstetric management suitable to each kind. (300 marks.)
3. What is 'prolonged Labour ? What evil effects are likely to result from it as regards both mother and child ? Describe the symptoms that are produced in the first and second stages of Labour. Explain in detail the treatment and obstetric management. (350 marks.)
Total marks - 1,000.