ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER – A CASE REPORT

Read by title before the Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., July 3, 1953. DONALD G. GLADISH, M.D.   My excuse for bringing this report before this august body is that it is a simple clear-cut case of rheumatic fever which was cured by a single remedy and time. This twelve-year-old girl was brought to y office … Read more

INFANTILE PARALYSIS OR ACUTE ANTERIOR POLIOMYELITIS

BY┬áDR. R.S. RASTOGI, B.A., M.D. (Homoeo.). DEHRADUN. U.P.   It is an acute disease characterised by destructive lesions in the grey matter of the spinal chord and brain; there is degeneration of the cells in the anterior horns. There is inflammation of the leptomeninges, particularly over the anterior fissure of the cord. The cerebral and … Read more

SUPPRESSION, ACUTE AND CHRONIC

F.K.BELLOKOSSY, M.D.   The metabolic activities of the organism leave waste products in the cells which,m in normal circumstances, are carried away,just as the ashes and clinker of a furnace are regularly cleaned out by a good janitor so as not to accumulate and choke the furnace. This waste mater is thrown in to the … Read more

THE USE OF SYPHILINUM IN ACUTE CONDITIONS

Read before the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, May 18, 1948. ALLAN D. SUTHERLAND, M.D.   In an averagely busy practice one not infrequently finds ones self prone in the pitfall of routine prescribing, having stubbed ones toe on the root of empiricism. The writer, himself, often has had to clamber back to the road of … Read more

DIPHTHERINUM IN ACUTE DISEASES OF CHILDREN

Read before Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., June 12, 1949. H. A. NEISWANDER, M.D.   The dynamic power of the potentized diphtheritic virus may be similar enough in some of the acute diseases of children to effect curative results. In contagious diseases there are some cases that take on a violence such as is seen in … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER

Read by title before I.H.A.. Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 17, 1940. K. A. MCLAREN, M.D.   When I first began to practice, acute rheumatic fever was one disease that I rather disliked. This was probably due to the fact that my student and interne days were spent mostly in “Old School” institutions, and nothing … Read more

CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDY CURES ACUTE AILMENT

JULIA M. GREEN, M.D.   Case 1. G.L.G. a four-year-old is a strong vigorous boy with apparently good health. His father is a victim of obstinate sinus trouble and his mother is becoming crippled with arthritis of long standing. This child has had rather frequent attacks with high fever, undue prostration, pharyngitis or bronchitis followed … Read more