PROLAPSUS OF THE UTERUS
Dec27

PROLAPSUS OF THE UTERUS

My wife had three times prolapsus of the uterus in the third month of pregnancy. Twice this had caused miscarriage. The second time the after-birth was not discharged, so that the physician had to remove it, using chloroform. As this required several days, and my wife’s complexion was turning yellow, I was afraid that there was decomposition of the placenta with blood poisoning, so I secretly gave her Kali phos. After a week, to the...

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A TALE OF THE SPRUCE. A STORY
Dec26

A TALE OF THE SPRUCE. A STORY

By I.V. Cole, M.D., Seattle, Washington.      The tall Kentuckian lit another stogie after gazing at me in silence for several minutes. I had just finished a yarn I had read in a medical journal and had added a few embellishments of my own to make it interesting and changed the hero to myself to give it a local color.       “Now look here,” he started, “ I don’t want you to think that I deprecate the...

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Concise notes for last moment revision in Case taking and Repertory

Concise notes for last moment revision in Case taking and Repertory Compiled by Dr Mansoor Ali 
 Professor and HOD, Department of Repertory Govt Homoeopathy Medical College Trivandrum, Kerala Effective Homoeopathy Case taking Complete repertory – Important rubrics in clinical practice Main rubrics from Synthesis repertoryMind rubrics for busy practitioners and students Murphy’s repertory – important rubrics from...

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MANGIFERA INDICA
Dec24

MANGIFERA INDICA

This is another remedy that has been neglected by the vast majority of practicing physicians. It is made from the inner bark and root of the East Indian mango tree. My attention was accidentally called to it by a brief description of the drug and its action in an edition of king’s Dispensary some twenty years ago. This led to my using it first in some chronic diarrhoeas which had heretofore baffled all kinds of treatment. My own...

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AETIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS, THERAPY
Dec21

AETIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS, THERAPY

By John Hutchinson, M.D. Modern Medicine has a very wide and a very definite aim. This aim is to understand fully the causes of disease, the exact vital disturbance, and the precise effects to therapeutic agents. Laboratory investigations penetrate in some measure the secrets of life in general, or its functions in particular. There is abundant disposition to ask why, to learn how, and to reach conclusions.    But the mystery of...

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