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2. What gaseous bodies are bleaching agents? How may they be prepared ?
3. What are the relative advantages of zinc, and tin plate?
4. How may the percentage composition of Sugar be determined ?
5. What is the general constitution of the Fats and in what respects do the fatty acids agree as regards their ultimate composition ? Explain what is meant by the alcohol of such an acid.
6. Name the minerals on the table, and state their economic uses.
Examiner.-F. N. MACNAMARA, M. D. 1. How is Prussian Blue prepared, and what is its chemical constitution ? Write, in symbols, the changes which occur in its preparation.
2. Explain the construction and mode of action of the electrical condenser.
3. Give a brief sketch of the chemistry of human bile.
4. Give a sketch of the chemistry of the normal pigments of the blood, bile, and urine.
5. Briefly compare and contrast the functions of the four great excreting organs of the body.
N. B.-Questions 4 and 5 are strictly Honor questions.
Examiner.-S. B. PARTRIDGE. 1. Describe the bony boundaries of the pterygomaxillary fossa.
2. Describe the Ankle-joint and explain its mechanism.
3. Trace the successive stages of a dissection for the purpose of exposing the trunk of the pneumogastric nerve between the point of its apparent origin at the base of the encephalon and the level of the clavicle, and point out, in the order in which they would be met with, all the important structures which would be involved in the dissection.
4. Describe the structure and relations of the Urinary Bladder.
Examiner.-S. B. PARTRIDGE.
1. Contrast the anatomical structures of the Hand and the Foot.
In the event of a ligature being applied to each Common Carotid Artery, how would the circulation in the Head be maintained ?
3. In what manner is the Cerebellum connected with the other subdivisions of the encephalon?
4. Give a brief description of the structure and connections of the Ciliary Processes of the Choroid.
Examiner.-J. EWART, M. D. 1. Describe the minute anatomy and the functions of the lungs.
2. Describe the structure and uses of the liver.
3. Explain the important part taken by cells in the processes of development, growth, nutrition, secretion and excretion.
4. What are the assigned causes of the coagulation of the blood ?
5. What are the consequences, 1st of a transverse section of one lateral half of the spinal cord ; 2nd of a section of the lateral half of the medulla oblongata at the decussation of the anterior pyramids; and 3rd of a similar section above the point of decussation ?
1. How is the healthy constitution of the blood maintained ?
2. State the connections and functions of the cerebellum.
3. What are the conditions essentially necessary for the healthy nutrition of a part ?
4. State briefly the origin, distribution, and functions of the cranial nerves.
Examiner.--J. Ewart, M. D. 1. Describe a typical vertebra, and point out how its elementary parts are represented in the four modified cranial vertebræ.
2. Specify the general characters of the vertebrata, and the distinguishing features of the different classes of this division of the animal kingdom.
3. Describe the digestive organs of the Ruminantia.
4. Particularize a series of developmental conditions which are unerring guides in determining a higher from a lower type of organization.
5. Summarize the facts in Comparative Anatomy which justify physiologists in viewing the Spinal Córd of man as a congeries of blended or associated ganglionic centres
6. Give an example to show what is meant by the “alternation of generations."
7. To what Division, Class, and Order do the tænia solium and bothriocephalus latus belong ? Explain the manner in which they are generated, reared and propagated, and the anatomical peculiarities of each.
L. M. S. Second Examination.
Examiner.-J. FAYRER, M. D. 1. What are the diseases to which the testicle is liable ? Describe them briefly and the treatment appropriate to each.
2. What are the causes of, and conditions under which diffuse inflammation of the cellular tissue and erysipelas are liable to occur? Describe the symptoms, progress, pathological changes and treatment in favourable and unfavourable cases.
3. Describe minutely the operations of Lithotomy by the median and lateral sections, stating under what circumstances you would prefer one to the other.
1. Give the history, symptoms and treatment of a case of Polypus of the external meatus of the ear.
2. Describe the history and symptoms of a case of true cataract and also of a case of choroiditis, giving the ophthalmoscopic appearances in the early stages of both diseases.
Examiner.-F. N. MACNAMARA, M. D. 1. Detail the symptoms and post-mortem appearances in cases of poisoning by prussic acid. How may prussic acid be detected in the contents of a stomach ?
2. How would you examine a stain on a piece of cloth with a view to determining if it were of blood, or some vegetable coloring matter?
3. Under what forms may Insanity present itself ? How may these forms for practical purposes be distinguished from one another?
4. To what points would you look to determine if a child had been born alive, or no, and what would be their value in evidence ?