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Second L.M.S. Examination.

1906.

MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE.

MAJOR J. C. VAUGHAN, M.D., I.M.S. Puper set by— Rai DEBENDRANATH RAY, BABADUR, L.M.S., V.H.S.

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The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

FIRST HALF.

Examiner :-MAJOR J. C. VAUGHAN, M.D., I.M.S.

1. Discuss the signs by which you know that death has taken place. 100 Siate the influences which delay the onset of Putrefaction. What are the appearances characteristic of saponification, and what circumstances retard or accelerate its appearance ?

2. In a given case of injury discuss the question whether the 100 injury is to be regarded as self-inflicted or inflicted by another.

SECOND HALF.

Examiner :-Rai DEBENDRANATH RAY BAHADUR, L.M.S., V.H.S.

3. What is the fatal dose of strong Sulphnric Acid ? What are the 80 signs and post-mortem appearances in a case of death by poisoning with this sabstance ?

4. What are the principal means both medicinal and mechanical, 120 adopted in India to produce criminal abortion ? What signs would you consider to be corroborative of such an act ?

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MEDICINE.

Paper set by

LIEUT.-COLONEL E. HAROLD BROWN, M.D.,

M.R.C.P., I.M.S.
DR. NILRATAN SARKAR, M.A., M.D.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

FIRST HALF.

Examiner-Dr. NILRATAN SARKAR, M.A., M.D. 1. Describe the pathology, symptoms and diagnosis of Lyınpliatic 150 Leukaemia.

2. Mention the various abnormal breath-sounds, discussing the 150 causation and pathological significance of each.

SECOND HALF.

Examiner-LT.-COL. E. HAROLD Brown, M.D., M.R.C.P., I.M.S.

3. Describe two diseases associated with Atrophy of the liver, giving 150 their pathology, diagoosis and prognosis.

4. Give a clinical and pathological account of Progressive muscular 150 atrophy and state how it may be distinguished from other diseases which are accompanied by wasting of the Muscles.

SURGERY.

Paper set by

Ş CAPT. E. O. THURSTON, M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S., I.M.S.
Dr. MRIGENDRALAL MITKA, M.D., F.R.E.S. (Edin.)

FIRST HALF.
Examiner Capt. E. O. THURSTON, M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S., I.M.S.

1. Give the symptoms and differential diagnosis of hard and soft chaucres.

2. Describe the symptoms and diagnosis of case of cancer of the tongue. Describe any inethod of operation for the removal of the organ.

3. Describe the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of a case of chronic abscess of the head of the tibia.

SECOND HALF. Examiner-Dr. MRIGENDRALAL MITRA, M.D., F.R.C.S. (Edin.)

4. Give the causes, symptonis and treatment of extravasation of urine. What anatomical conditions determiue the course taken by the extravasated urine ?

5. Describe the different varieties of Fistola in Mention the causes and the treatment you would adopt.

100 marks for each question.

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1. What information do yoa derive from a vaginal examination 125 during labour ?

2. What are the symptoms of threatened abortion ? What is the 125 treatment? How would you know when abortion has become inevitable ? How would you know when abortion is incomplete.

SECOND HALF.

Examiner-DR. KEDARNATH DAs, M.D.

3. How would you ascertain the existence of “ Placenta Prævia " ? 125 What would be the treatment of an ordinary case of lateral Placenta Prævia ?

4. What are the methods of artificial dilatation of the cervix uteri 125 dnring laboar ? Give the advantages and circumstances under which you wonld apply each method.

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Paper set by— Asstr.-SURGEON SATYASARAN CHAKRABARTI, M.B.

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FIRST HALF.

Examiner-ASSTT, SURGEON SATYASARAN CHAKRABARTI, M.B.

1. How may tissues affected by leprosy be distinguished from those 100 affected by tubercle ? Describe a method of microscopical clinical diagnosis of a leprous nodule of the skin.

2. What are fatty degeneration, fatty infiltration, and amyloid de 100 generation ? Under what circamstances do they occar ?

SECOND HALF.

Examiner—CAPT. J. W. D. MEGAW, M.B., I.M S.

3. State briefly the characters of the various alcers found in the 100 intestine.

4. How would you examine a specimen of solid fæces for the pres- 100 ence of intestinal parasites ? Sketch roughly the appearance of the ova of the following parasites as seen under the inicroscope :-Ankylostoma duodenale, Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichocephalus dispar, Oxyuris vermicularis, and Tænia solium. Indicate approximately the size of the various ova.

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400 marks. Oral

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CAPT W. W. Clemesha, M.D., D.P.H., I.M.S. Paper set by- Dr. F. PEARSE, M.D., D.P.H.

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FIRST HALF.

Examiner-Dr. F. PEARSE, M.D., D.P.H.

1. Describe how you would take a sample of water for analysis, and 75 mention the particulars yon wonld send with the sample.

2. Describe the operation of vaccination and the results when successful.

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SECOND HALF.

Examiner-CAPT. W. W. CLEMESHA, M.D., D.P.H., I.M.S.

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3. Describe a private latrine suitable for a native gentleman.
4. What are the appearances of

(a) old age
(6) pleuro pneumonia

(c) taberculosis you would find in the carcase of a cow ?

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First Examination in Engineering.

1906.

MATHEMATICS.

FIRST PAPER.

COMPUTATION AND MENSURATION.

Examiner-C. LITTLE, Esq., M.A.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

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1. Compute the value of the following expression correct to 3 deci. mal places :

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2. Prove that Rs. 100 at compound interest at 34 per cent. per 40 annum, will after r years amouut to Rs. 100 (1.035)".

Construct a table giving the value of this expression, correct to the fourth decimal place, for any number of years less than 10.

Logarithms may be used in the computation. 3. Find the value of

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1.2'1.2.3 1.2.3.4. so that the error may be less than •000,000,05. 4. Obtain, by the shortest method, the value of the expression

2326203.125 x 206-425 and by the shortest method divide

126732.94 by 551.368 ; the result in both cases being correct to the fourth decimal place.

5. F'ind roughly the distance at which a globe 7 inches in radius will 30 subtend an angle of 2" at the eye. Express the result in miles and decimals of a mile. 6. Prove that log axb=log a +log 6, and that

35 log An = n log A. Show by multiplying two numbers of not less than five figures each that only an approximate product can be found by the aid of logarithms. Indicate the degree of accuracy attainable in the case you select.

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