Peritoneal Surgery

L. Tait
1886 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
the first year of the medical examinations. There are, however, not likely to be many candidates for the final M.B., inasmuch as too short a time has elapsed since the examinations commenced, b)ut there is no lack, at least, from Owens College, for the " Prelimninary in Science " or the II Intermediate It. B." I believe there will be over thirty candidates for the two examinations, excltusive of any who may be presenting themselves from the University College, Liverpool. There is a general
more » ... ng in existence here that, while the examinations should be thorough and practical, they should be within the reach of every hard-working average student. On this question, Professor Stirlig's remarks, in his address, were very much to the point. At a special meeting of the Rivers Committee of the Manchester City Council, held on Monday, a scheme for dealing with the whole
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