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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29

Synopsis of the Medical Glasses. — Anatomy

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Synopsis of the Medical Glasses.


I.—Lectures in General and Descriptive Anatomy.
  • The Lectures will be delivered daily on five days in the week, between the hours of 9 and 10 a.m.
  • They will comprehend systematic descriptions of the various systems and organs of the human body, both in their minute and macroscopic structure.
  • The special relations of the various parts will be de-scribed and displayed, and attention will be drawn to their scientific relations, and to their bearing on the practice of Surgery and Medicine.
  • These Lectures, as far as possible, will be illustrated by fresh dissections, models, casts, diagrams, and by the microscope for Textural Anatomy.
  • Text-books for the above course: Gray's Anatomy, last edition; or Quain's Elements of Anatomy, 2 vols., 8th edition.
  • Fee for the course three guineas.
II.—Anatomical Demonstrations.
  • These will consist of descriptions in Topographical Anatomy from dissections so arranged as to display the various parts of the body from the surface inwards.
  • The demonstrations will be given daily for five days in the week at the hour of 4 p.m.
  • Fee for this course, two guineas; when taken with Practical Anatomy, one guinea.page 31
  • III—Practical Anatomy and Anatomical Dissection.
  • The rooms will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Professor will be in attendance four hours daily to superintend the work of students.
  • Fee: three guineas.
  • Summer courses in Anatomy are intended.