THE ANALYSIS OF A DYNAMIC TOTALITY SEPIA

EDWARD WHITMONT, M.D.   In an attempt to integrate the diversified material of provings and clinical symptoms into an organic whole, we proceed on the hypothetical assumption that the diversity of physical, chemical, biologic, morphologic and behavior characteristics of a potential medicine-namely, a substance of mineral, plant or animal origin-represents but different phases of expression … Read more

TAKING THE CASE AND ITS ANALYSIS

 [ Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June, 6, 1935]. RAY W. SPALDING, M.D.   By case-taking we mean what Hahnemann termed “that individualizing examination of each case of disease as it appears”. Each case of diseases is to be regarded as unique and distinct. Hahnemann adds: this demands from the physician … Read more

ANALYSIS OF ONE HUNDRED CASES OF PNEUMONIA AT THE MASSACHUSETTS MEMORIAL HOSPITALS

  [Read before the Massachusetts Homoeopathic Society, Nov. 11, 1931.]. JATINDRANATH HAZRA, M.D.   The study of these one hundred cases of pneumonia from the Massachusetts Memorial Hospitals includes all kinds of cases clinically, broncho-pneumonia, lobar pneumonia, secondary, primary, terminal, epidemic and influenzal pneumonia, ranging from the year 1876 to 1928. Our method of taking up … Read more

PHYTO-ANALYSIS AND HOMOEOPATHY

  A paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the International Homoeopathic League, Geneva, August, 1931. By DR. G. MADAUS, of Dresden.   THE latest conclusions, that in plants animal hormones are also to be found, e.g. in the drug Polygonatum offic. an extract of the pancreas, similar to insulin, or in the tuber of rhubarb … Read more

PHOTO-ANALYSIS AND HOMOEOPATHY

  G.MADAUS, M.D.   The recently deceased Berlin physician, Dr.Zickel, was able to prove that a hormone also displays a specific effect in the plant. He manured some Particularly valueless plants with animal hormones, and proved a characteristic changing of the sap of these plans. With the enormous quantities of human and animal excrements, as Earnest … Read more

ANALYSIS OF A CASE-GASTRIC ULCER

 CHARLES A.DIXON M.D.   This case is of a very common complaint. Most doctors in general practice, call in a surgeon for consultation when they find a potential gallstone,or a gastric, or duodenal ulcer case, and often, too, find themselves eliminated from the case and the surgeon in complete control. Perhaps it is because I … Read more

REPERTORY ANALYSIS

  EVELINE B. LYLE, M.D.   The request has come from several readers of The Recorder for cases showing the correct evaluation of symptoms with the method of repertorizing in order to chose the similimum. The importance of this question to new students of homoeopathy, as well as to many older homoeopaths, is very vital, for … Read more

ANALYSIS OF SILICEOUS DUST SAMPLES

From Industrial Hygiene Bulletin. CARROLL M. SALLS, PH.D., Chemical Engineer.   Factories in which ther was believed to be a possible hazard due to exposure to dust containing silica were visited, the conditions of exposure noted, and samples of silica and siliceous materials were taken for laboratory examination. A representative group of these samples were … Read more