Punch,  1 (1841), 142.

The Physiology of the London Medical Student  [1/12]



Serial—Essay, Drollery; Lecture, Spoof


Medical Practitioners, Physiology, Education, Universities

    Seeks to portray the 'propensities' of University of London medical students. Outlines course to students and notes the various 'M's' who have written on physiology including François Magendie, Johannes P Müller, Herbert Mayo, and John G Millingen. Invites students to ignore their normal studies and to 'demonstrate' theories 'connected with the human anatomy' in a jovial manner.

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