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DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE.
W. JARVIS BARLOW, A.B., M.D., Professor of Medicine.
DUDLEY FULTON, M.D., Assistant Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine.
DONALD FRICK, M.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine.
HENRY H. LISSNER, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.
R. L. CUNNINGHAM, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.
Clinical medicine is taught at the Los Angeles County Hospital, Barlow Sanatorium, and Dispensary Clinics at the College.
Course I. Principles and Practice of Medicine.
Drs. MALSBARY and COWAN. Junior year. Five hours a week throughout the year. Course II. Principles and Practice of Medicine.
Drs. FULTON and FRICK.
Senior year. Two hours a week throughout the year. Course III. Dispensary instruction in Clinical Medicine.
Dispensary Staff. Junior year. Two sections; 10 hrs. a week for one-half the year. pensary Clinic, 1 to 3 every day in the oek.
Juniors. Two hours a week throughout the year.
Course V. Bedside Clinic. County Hospital.
Drs. FRICK, FULTON, and LISSNER.
Discussion of cases prepared at ward classes which are under the supervision of Drs. Smith, White, and Cunningham.
Senior year. Eight hours a week for one-half the year. Two sections.
Course VI. Contagious Diseases. County Hospital.
Exhibition of contagious cases to Senior class.
Course VII. Bedside Clinic.
Discussion and quizzing with differential diagnosis on selected cases. County Hospital or Barlow Sanatorium.
Course VIII. Gastro-intestinal Diseases.
Dispensary Staff, Dr. VAN METER in charge. Junior year. Two hours a week for one-quarter of the class.
Course IX. Physical Diagnosis.
This is a practical course and the class is divided into sections. Each section is taken into the County Hospital, where the students are taught to make examinations and to recognize the physical signs and their significance in disease. This course is further supplemented by similar practical examinations of patients at the daily Medical Clinics at the College under the supervision of the clinical instructors. Junior year. Four hours per week for half the year.
DEPARTMENT OF DISEASES OF THE MIND AND NERVOUS
H. G. BRAINERD, A.B., M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology.
CHAS. L. ALLEN, M.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology.
The College Dispensary and the wards of the Los Angeles County Hospital offer an abundance of clinical material in psycho- and neuro-pathy.
Course I. Mental Diseases.
Professor BRAINERD. Recitation course by Dr. R. Moore on the essential principles of insanity; its nature, prominent features and psychology. Lectures by Professor Brainerd on the classification, duration, diagnosis, and treatment of mental diseases; the jurisprudence of insanity, physicians' duties and rights in medico-legal examination of the insane, the examination and commitment of the insane, and so on. Senior year. One hour a week for half the year.
Course II. Nervous Diseases.
A systematic course of lectures on the diseases of the brain and spinal cord.
Senior year. One hour a week for half the year.
Professor BRAINERD and Drs. MOORE and ALLEN. Professor Brainerd and Dr. R. Moore give one clinic a week at the County Hospital. Two clinics each week are held by Dr. Allen at the College Dispensary. At the County Hospital cases are assigned in advance to students who write up the history and read it before the class, exhibiting the patient at the same time, and are questioned by the instructor as to their diagnosis and prospective treatment, and the case is still further lucidated in regard to the prognosis and treatment by the instructor. The Senior Class is divided into two sections and the members are carefully instructed as to the method of eliciting history and the physical examination of the patient. Senior year. Three hours per week.
DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS.
P. V. K. JOHNSON, A.B., M.D., Professor of Pediatrics.
P. O. SUNDIN, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics.
The College Dispensary offers exceptional facilities for the study of the various medical and surgical diseases of children, the number of patients attending the children's clinic being unusually large.
A course of recitations on the general diagnosis, symptomatology, and therapy of diseases of children. The special characteristics of the normal infant and child are considered, the symptomatology, diagnosis, and treatment of pathological conditions then being taken up. Dispensary teaching in addition.
Junior year. One hour a week throughout the year.
Course II. Lectures on Pediatrics.
A course of lectures on methods of examination of the infant and child, history taking, and the general care and feeding of the growing infant.
Senior year. One hour a week throughout the year.
DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY.
W. W. RICHARDSON, M.D., Professor of Surgery.
WM. R. MOLONY, M.D., Instructor in Surgery.
ELLIOT ALDEN, M.D., Instructor in Surgery.
W. T. MCARTHUR, M.D., F.R.S.C. Edin., Instructor in Surgery.
E. C. MOORE, M.D., Instructor in Surgery.
J. E. COLLORAN, M.D., Instructor in Surgery.
J. J. A. VAN KAATHOVEN, M.D., Instructor in Surgery.
E. SWIFT, M.D., Instructor in Surgery.
CHAS. E. ZERFING, M.D., Instructor in Surgery.
In addition to a thorough course of didactic teaching and recitation the clinical facilities of the Selwyn Emmet Graves Memorial Dispensary and of the Los Angeles County Hospital afford ample opportunity for practical observation.
The course in Surgery is graded. The third-year students are given a thorough drill in Recitations and Dispensary Clinics covering the whole field of Surgery. The fourth year is devoted to clinical work at the Dispensary and at the County Hospital, where abundant opportunity is afforded for observation and demonstration both at the bedside and in the operating amphitheater.
Course I. Recitations on Surgery.
Professor RICHARDSON, Dr. ALLEN, Dr. COLLORAN, Dr. MOORE, Dr. VAN
To cover the entire field of Surgery, general and special.
Course II. Dispensary Surgery.
A clinical course in minor Surgery.
Ten hours a week for half the year, in sections.
Course III. Surgical Anatomy.
Dissections from a surgical standpoint.
Junior class. One hour a week throughout the year.
Course IV. Operative Surgery upon the Cadaver and Dog. Dr. COLloran. Junior year. Four hours a week for half the year.
Course V. Surgical Clinics at the County Hospital.
Professor RICHARDSON, Dr. MCARTHUR, Dr. MOORE, Dr. VAN KAATHOVEN, Dr. ZERFING.
Two mornings of each week throughout the year, in two sections. Half of the morning is devoted to the observations of operations in the amphitheater and half to bedside demonstrations and examinations.
Course VI. Lectures and Demonstrations upon Fractures and Dislocations.. Professor RICHARDSON.
Senior year. One hour a week throughout the year.
DEPARTMENT OF GYNECOLOGY.
CARL KURTZ, M.D., Professor of Gynecology.
JOHN C. HOLLISTER, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology.
The clinical teaching is at the County and the Sisters' and various private hospitals with which members are connected and at the College Dispensary, the range of conditions treated and witnessed by the students. being very great.
Course I. Didactic Gynecology.
A text-book quiz course on the principles and practice of gynecology.
Course II. Systematic Lectures.
Professor C. KURTZ.
A systematic course of lectures covering the various medical and operative procedures in connection with diseases of women. Senior year. One hour a week throughout the year.
Course III. Clinical Gynecology.
Professor C. KURTZ and Dr. HOLLISTER. A practical course in which the examination of patients, and the methods of examination, diagnosis, and treatment are considered. In the Dispensary opportunity is given students to become familiar with the necessary technique, and at the public and private hospitals the students have an opportunity to witness and assist in almost every operation in this branch of surgery.
DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY.
H. BERT ELLIS, A.B., M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology.
J. ROSS REED, M.D., Clinical Assistant.
L. W. MANSUR, M.D., Clinical Assistant.
In addition to manikins, large models of the eye, and charts, the Dispensary Clinic and the Los Angeles County Hospital furnish an abundance of clinical material.
Dr. F. D. BULLARD.
Junior year. Lectures and recitations, one hour a week for half the year. The anatomy and physiology of the eye, the physiological optics constitute the main subjects of consideration. An introduction is also given to the pathology of the eye.
Professors ELLIS and KIEFER, and Dr. BULLARD. Four hours a week for half a year.
Senior year. One hour a week of this time is devoted to didactic lectures, giving the student an introduction to the most important malconditions of the eye and its adnexa commonly met with in general practice. Special emphasis is placed on the relation between general diseases and diseases of the eye, and upon those conditions which are responsible for the filling of our blind asylums.
The balance of the time is devoted to clinical lectures and quizzes, and ample opportunity is given the students to examine personally the interesting conditions that present themselves, and to assist in the minor operations.
DEPARTMENT OF OTOLOGY, RHINOLOGY, AND LARYNGOLOGY.
W. H. DUDLEY, M.D., Instructor in Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology.