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113. Clinical Demonstrations.
A continuation of Course 106.
114. Surgical Section Work. Drs. BRUNN, Howe, and NAFFzIGER. Part of the work in this course will be in the wards where cases will
be assigned for study and conference discussion. If the cases be operative the students will assist at the operations and follow the
after-treatment. First semester (S. F. H.).
Each student, 32 hours.
115. Surgical Wards.
Dr. PRATT. Cases will be assigned to students, who will write histories, make
physical examinations and do the necessary laboratory work. The students will assist in operations which may be performed on these patients and will follow the after-treatment. The administration of anesthetics will also be permitted under supervision. In other
words, the students will act as surgical externes. First semester (U. C. H.),
Each student, 18 hours.
Dr. DAVENPORT. This course covers a general outline of radiology and radiotherapy
and will be made as practical as possible. First semester (U. C. H.), once a week.
16 hours. For electives in this department see page 78.
WALTER I. BALDWIN, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery.
The courses in this department will be given in the first semester of the fourth year. Instruction consists of lectures, clinical demonstrations and section work in the wards and Out-Patient Department of the University Hospital.
101. Lectures and Clinical Demonstrations.
Dr. BALDWIN. In general this course is planned to cover the more common deformi
ties consequent to bone, joint, nerve and congenital lesions, with the laws governing their development. At this time also is considered the mechanical problems involved in the prevention and
cure of deformity. First semester, once a week.
102. Section Work.
Drs. BALDWIN, CRANE, and MARKEL. First semester (U. C. H.).
Each student, 40 hours. For electives in this department see page 79.
LARYNGOLOGY, OTOLOGY AND RHINOLOGY ALBERT J. HOUSTON, B.L., M.D., Instructor in Laryngology, Otology and
Rhinology. FREDERICK C. LEWITT, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Laryngology, Otology and
Rhinology. ABEL W. JOHNSON, A.M., M.D., Assistant in Laryngology, Otology and
Rhinology. ALLAN E. PECK, M.D., Assistant in Laryngology, Otology and Rhinology.
The required work of this department is given in the third year and in the first semester of the fourth year. The major portion of this work is practical and is carried on in association with regular recitations in the Out-Patient Department of the University Hospital The use of the various instruments is also taught.
The work in the second semester of the fourth year is elective.
101. Clinical Lectures.
Dr. HOUSTON. This course is intended to give continuity to the clinical work in
the Out-Patient Department. Second semester (U. C. H.), once a week.
102. Section Work.
Drs. Houston, JOHNSON, and PECK. The class is divided into sections for work in the Out-Patient De
partment. Second semester (U. C. H.).
Each student, 3? hours. For electives in this department see page 80.
WALTER SCOTT FRANKLIN, M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology.
It is aimed to acquaint the student with the use of the ophthalmoscope in his second year in the Medical School. This is followed, in the third year, by systematic lectures and recitations covering the more common diseases of the lids and globes. Section work in the Out-Patient Depart. ment, with especial attention to differential diagnosis, is given in the third year. In the fourth year work in this department is elective.
Dr. BLAKE. A preparatory course intended to teach the use of the ophthalmoscope. Second semester (U. C. H.), once a week.
102A-102B. Lectures and Recitations.
Dr. FRANKLIN. A systematic course of lectures and recitations covering the more
common diseases of the lids and globes. First and second semesters (U. C. H.), once a week.
Dr. ALEXANDER. For description see Course 101. After the session 1914–15 this course
will be given in the second year only.
104. Section Work. Drs. FRANKLỊN, BLAKE, ALEXANDER, and GLASER. The class will be divided into sections for work in the Out-Patient
Each student, 16 hours. For electives in this department see page 80.
W. P. WILLARD, M.D., Instructor in Urology.
Work in this department will consist of didactic lectures, clinical work in diagnosis and treatment of patients in the wards and OutPatient Department of the University Hospital. Demonstrations will be given in endoscopy, cystoscopy, and ureteral catheterization, and the application of renal functional tests.
Material of interest at the San Francisco Hospital will also be demonstrated.
One morning a week will be devoted to the discussion and demonstration of the surgery of the urinary organs.
101. Didactic Lectures on Genito-urinary Diseases.
First semester (U. C. H.), once a week (11 weeks).
102. Lectures on Surgical Kidney Diseases and Functional Tests.
Dr. WILLARD. First semester (U. C. H.), once a week (5 weeks).
103. Section Work.
Drs. WILLARD and LEONARD. The class will be divided into sections for work in the Out-Patient
Each student, 40 hours. For electives in this department see page 80.
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY J. MORRIS SLEMONS, A.B., M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. ARTHUR H. MORSE, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. WILLIAM G. MOORE, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. Louis I. BREITSTEIN, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. FRANK TOPHAM, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. WALTER E. LIBBY, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology:
Instruction in this department is given to third and fourth year students. The work of the third year is obligatory; that of the fourth year* is elective. The required courses include lectures, recitations, laboratory demonstrations, and practical work in the wards and OutPatient Department.
In general the required work is divided into three parts. During the first semester instruction is given in the normal anatomy and physiology of the female generative organs, including normal pregnancy, labor and the puerperium. During the second semester the courses deal on the one hand with obstetrical complications, and the other hand with gynecological diseases. This logical arrangement may be strictly adhered to, for the instruction in both gynecology and obstetries is given by the same department; and there results an elimination of much repetition and an economic use of the student's time.
The Woman's Clinic of the University Hospital which includes both obstetrical and gynecological patients offers a similar opportunity to combine clinical instruction in these subjects and demonstrates the close relationship between them, illustrated by conditions such as sterility, malpositions of the uterus, extra-uterine pregnancy, the injuries due to childbirth, etc.
The clinical opportunities afforded in the wards and dispensary of the University Hospital are supplemented by an Obstetrical and Gynecoloical service at the San Francisco Hospital which are under the supervision of members of this Department. The latter material is utilized in connection with the elective work offered fourth year students.
* During this session (1914-15) fourth year students are required to take the courses indicated later in this announcement; but in the future only optional courses will be offered in the fourth year.
101. Lectures and Recitations in Obstetrics. Professor SLEMONS. This course deals with menstruation, ovulation, the physiology of
pregnancy, the mechanism of labor, and the phenomena of the
lying-in period. First semester, three times a week.
102. Gynecological Pathology.
appearance of (1) the normal genitalia, (2) the anatomical
scope. First semester, once a week.