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MONDAY, 7TH OCTOBER,

(2 P.J. TO 5 P.M.] PHYSIOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY,

SECTION A.

1. What are the causes of Fatigue ? Give experimental proofs for your 20 statements. State the readiness or otherwise with which Fatigue affects Muscles, Nerves, Nerve-centres and Nerve-endings, and here again give experimental proofs.

2. Describe the structure of Lymphoid tissue. What part does this 15 tissue play in the functions of the body? In what parts of the body do you find this tissue ?

3. What is meant by Jacksonian Epilepsy ? Esplain clearly what we 15 learn from these attacks.

SECTION B. 4. What are Vaso-Motor Nerves ? Describe their origin, distribution 20 and functions. Describe in detail an experiment to demonstrate the action of a Vaso-Motor Nerve supplying a limb or an organ, dwelling on the conclusions you would dra'v from such an experiment. Sketch the apparatus you would use,

5. Give a short account of the Chemical natare of Uric Acid. State 15 what is known as to the origin and history of Uric Acid in the body. Give a short method for estimating it quantitatively.

6. What is meant by an Enzyme? Name the various kinds of Enzymes 15 found in the human body. Describe in detail the process you would adopt for isolating any two of these Enzymes in a pure condition,

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XIII.

EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF L.M. & S.

NOVEMBER 1901,

EXAMINERS.

Major L. F. CHILDE, M.B., B.A., I.M.S.... ) In Principles and Practice of Medi.
Major R. W. S. Lyons, M.D., I.M.S. ..) cine, including Pathology,
Major W. H. QUICKE, F.R.C.S., I.M.S.) In Principles and Practice of Sur-
HORMASJI MANEKJI MASINA, L.M. & S., gery, including Surgical Anato-
F.R.C.S.

my and Ophthalmic Surgery. PESTANJI

In Midwifery Diseases of
Captain A! STREET, M.K., E.R.C.S.I.M.S: } I Womeri fend children.
Major Collis Barry, M.R.C.S., F.R.S.E., ) In Medical Jurisprudence, includ-
F.I.C., I.M.S.

ing Practical Toxicology and SORAB K. NARIMAN, M.D., B.Sc., D.P.H.,

Hygiene.
M.R.C.S.

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MONDAY, 25TH NOVEMBER,

[10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.]

MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY, 1. Describe the course of a case of discrete Small-pox from the time of ? infection to its termination in recovery, and the complications and sequela most frequently met with.

2. Give the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of Tetanus.

3. What are the causes of dilatation of the Bronchi ? Describe the symptoms and signs to which it gives rise, and the anatomical changes found iafter death.

4. Describe the physical signs and symptoms of an Aneurysm of the 3 third part of the Aortic arch.

5. Give an account of the changes in the body which result from Chronic 3. Bright's Disease.

MONDAY, 2611 NOVEMBER.

[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.] SURGERY, SURGICAL ANATOMY AND OPHTHALMIC SURGERY.

1. Give the differential diagnosis of Syphilitic Cancerous, Tuberculous and 20 Simple Ulcer of the Tongue. Discuss fully the treatment of Cancer of the Tongue (details of operations are not required).

2. Give the pathology, signs, symptoms and treatment of Caries of the 29 Dorsilumbar region of the Spine.

3. (a) What are the different points to be attended to in ordering a truss 2) for Inguinal, Femoral and Umbilical Hernia ? What instructions should be given to the patient in using a truss ?

(6) What is the aim or object of the “Radical Cure” of Hernia ? Give the indications and contra-indications for such treatment.

4. Give the indications for External Urethrotomy. Describe in detail 23 Wheelhouse's Operation.

5. (a) Describe the varieties, symptoms and treatment of Keratitis. (6) Wbat are the indications for the use of Atropine and Eserine ?

TUESDAY, 26TH NOVEMBER.

[10 AM. TO 1 P.M.] MIDWIFERY AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. 1. Give the causes and treatment of Post partum Hæmorrhage. What 25 precautions would you adopt to prevent its occurrence ?

2. What are the causes of Infantile convulsions ? What treatment would 25 you give for each?

3. You are hastily called to see a woman two weeks after her confinement. 25 She is propped up half reclining, with dyspuæa and in great distress. Pulse full and quick ; Temperature 101° or so; Heart's action tumultuous; Lochia normal.

What is your diagnosis ? Give the treatment, pathology and prognosis of

the case.

4. Under what circumstances would you apply Forceps ?

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TUESDAY, 26TH NOVEMBER.

(2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.]
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND HYGIENE.

1. What precautions must be observed in obtaining dying declarations ? 14 State their legal value.

2. Describe the symptoms and treatment of Phosphorus poisoning. 18 What are the post-mortem appearances, and how would you detect the presence of the poison in the viscera ?

3. A dead body is found in the water: what appearances would lead you 14 to suppose that death were due to drowning ?

4. Describe the various methods of taking evidence and discuss the value 18 of such evidence when obtained.

What is the meaning of the following terms :-Facts in issue, relevant facts, rebuttable and irrebuttable presumptions, tenancy ?

5. Show by a table what limits of impurity you would allow upon 18 analysis, as indicating the boundary line between potable and non-potable water. What action would you take in the case of a polluted well ?

6. State the advantages of early notification of infectious diseases. What 18 steps would you take after receipt of a notification of a case of (a) Plague and (6) Cholera ?

JUNE 1902.

EXAMINERS.

Major L. F. CHILDE, M.B, B.A., I.M.S.... | In Principles and Practice of Medi-
N. F. SURVEYOR, M.A., B.Sc., M.D., D.P.H.S cine, including Pathology.
Major W. H. QUICKE, F R.C.S., I.M.S. In Principles and Practice of Sur.
HORMASJI MANEKJI MASINA, L.M. & S., gery, including Surgical Anato-
F.R.C.S.

my and Ophthalmic Surgery. R. N. KHORY, L.M., M.D., M.R.C.P., F.R.Ch.S., F.R.O.S.

In Midwifery and Diseases of

Women and Children.
Captain T. JACKSON, M.B., I.M.S.
Major COLLIS BARRY, M.R.C.S., F.R.S.E.,
F.I.C., I.M.S.

In Medical Jurisprudence, includ. SORAB K. NÄRIMAN, M. D., B.Sc., D.P.H.,

ing Practical Toxicology and M.R.C.S.

Hygiene

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3. Write a clinical account of a case of Peripheral Neuritis. Give its »

causes.

2. Give the causes of Dyspnea; and indicate (without prescriptions) the 90 line of treatment you would adopt for relieving the Dyspnea.

3. An elderly man has an attack of bleeding from the nose. No 90 accident has happened to him. How will you proceed to diagnose the

case ?

4. Give the ætiology, cause, symptoms and complications of Diabetes 35 Mellitus. . 5. Give the symptoms and course of Filariasis.

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MONDAY, 23RD JUNE.

[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.] SURGERY, SURGICAL ANATOMY AND OPHTHALMIC SURGERY.

1. (a) A man has fallen from a height of 30 feet and is found unconscious; 20 describe the method of investigating the cause of unconsciousness.

(6) Describe the method of investigating fracture of the neck of the Femur and dislocation of the Femur on to the Dorsum Ilii, following an injury to the hip.

2. Give the causes, differential diagnosis and treatment of Cystitis. 3. Give the causes and pathology of

20 (a) Acute Osteomyelitis of the Tibia,

(6) Tuberculous Arthritis of the Knee-joint, 4. Give the causes and differential diagnosis of Dysphagia,

20 5. Give the pathology, symptoms, complications and treatment of 20 Granular Conjunctivitis.

TUESDAY, 24TH JUNE.
[10 A.M. TO I P.M.]

MIDWIFERY AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

1. Name the different kinds of extra-uterine gestation. What points 20 would guide you in the diagnosis of this condition and what would be your treatment of it? What are the various ways in which extra-uterine gestation ends if left to nature ?

2. Briefly describe the operations involving the destruction and muti. 20 lation of the child during labour.

3. How would you induce premature labour ? Describe the various condi- 20 tions which justify an operation to induce premature labour.

4. Enumerate the displacements of the uterus ; describe their causes, 20 symptoms and treatment.

How would you diagnose prolapse from inversion of the uterus ?

5. Enumerate the infectious diseases peculiar to childhood. How would 20 you distinguish between true and false croup and what would be your treatment of a case of true croup (diphtheria) ?

TUESDAY, 24TH JUNE,

[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.]

MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND HYGIENE.

1. Describe Rigor mortis, mentioning the various causes which accele. 14 rate or retard its onset or modify its duration.

2. Describe fully the effects produced by the various kinds of poisonous 18 food (ie., food not intentionally poisoned).

3. Describe the various types of homicidal mania and discuss the medico- 16 legal points that may arise in connection with it.

4. A man is found with his throat cut. How would you decide whether 12 it is a case of suicide or homicide ?

5. What are the disadvantages of back-to-back houses as seen in 15 Bombay? What improvements, short of demolishing such houses, would you suggest ?

6. Describe in detail any one method of filtering the water-supply of a 15 large town.

What action takes place in a sand filter, to produce purification of the water?

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1. Explain fully the following terms :

(a) Infant mortality ;
(6) Mean age at death ;
(c) Expectation of life ;
(d) Dangerously infectious disease.

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