SO RUNS THIS WORLD AWAY

Our esteemed, no-school contemporary, the New York Medical Times, takes a shy at Dr. Gould’s poor little $100 bantling, and waxes somewhat indignant over what is there said of the Ward’s Island Hospital; then it hits out as follows: That the Homoeopathic school of medicine, so called, is, like that of any other school of medicine, full of absurdities, no one at all familiar with facts will deny; but the fact that publishers may be...

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A CASE OF LIVER ABCESS AND LATER APOPLEXY
Apr19

A CASE OF LIVER ABCESS AND LATER APOPLEXY

Patient: A 66 years old gentleman first consultation: 3rd December, 2012. History of the case:- During the last week of June, 2007 he suffered from Abscess in his liver with hyperpyrexia and intense pain in hepatic region and right shoulder. After undergoing allopathic treatment for about a month and nor getting satisfactory improvement he resorted to homoeopathy. Then he consulted me on 30th July 2007. The ultra sound scanning on...

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CALENDULA IN SURGICAL PRACTICE
Apr18

CALENDULA IN SURGICAL PRACTICE

Adverting to the very interesting contribution of Dr. H. Michener, Halsey, Oregon, on Calendula, Published in the January number (Vol. VIII) of the Recorder, I beg to make the following observations. I may say that they are founded upon personal experience as a practitioner for the last twenty years or more. Dr. Michener says, “In cuts, bruises, lacerated wounds, if kept continually wet with Calendula, you need not fear suppuration” I...

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HE ASKS FOR HELP
Apr17

HE ASKS FOR HELP

I wish to lay my case before the worthy physicians of the Homoeopathic school, through the pages of the Homoeopathic Recorder, if it be not asking too much of your valuable time, so it may meet the eye of some one, or more, of my brother physicians, who may have had some experience in what is called intercostal neuralgia, from which I am now suffering. The case is a desperate one, and I think without a parallel, and perhaps of obscure...

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ANOTHER WITNESS FOR THE CLINICAL VALUE OF TUBERCULINUM

On April the 17th, was called to see Adele L., aged about two years; found her in a convulsive condition with twitching and spasmodic contraction of the muscles, great hyperaesthesia of the skin, photo-phobia, nausea and vomiting; temperature 1030 , great cerebral excitation; nervous temperament, prominent roundish forehead, small face and slightly downward look of the eyes. Bowels constipated, attacks of colic, grinding of the teeth,...

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Decode stress to unlock seemingly difficult cases
Apr15

Decode stress to unlock seemingly difficult cases

KOLKATA: “The mundane life of a modern individual is full of hectic activity, resulting in stress. But, the patient rarely communicates it to the physician because we, the so called civilized people, know very well how to conceal our emotions. A physician must be tactful enough to excavate this covert stress (the exciting or maintaining factor) otherwise the prescription will fail to cover totality of symptoms.” Dr. Sutapa Dutta...

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