RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Read by title, Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A., July 23, 1954. H.A. NEISWANDER, M.D.   Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the outstanding maladies which handicaps humanity in general with no respect to age, station in life, rich or poor or any degree of sanitation. With all the effort as to research, prophylaxis or treatment in … Read more

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

JACOB GENIS, M.D.   Description. Rheumatoid arthritis is commonly of greater incidence amongst the poor, hence we may not be wrong in deducing from this that poor nourishment, poor housing and clothing with exposure to weather inclemencies, overwork and emotional disturbances are all strong etiological factors. The onset is usually acute, subacute, or slow and … Read more

ARTHRITIS AND THE FIRST STAGES OF CURE

By G. W. WARR. This article received the prize of one guinea.   THE gentle art of Homoeopathy provides one with an extremely interesting hobby. It is very fascinating to be able to cure the minor ailments of people around one, and to remove their aches and pains with comparatively little trouble. I myself was … Read more

TREATMENT OF ARTHRITIS

[ Read before Southern Homoeopathic Medica Association, Oct. 12, 1939]. H.A. ROBERTS, M.D.   In the Foreign Letters section of the J.A.M.A., July 15, 1939, is excerpted a report from the Revue due rhumatisme which estimate the prevalence and cost of rheumatic conditions in different countries. According to this report, 10 per cent of the … Read more

ARTHRITIS

Rasmus Alsaker   ARTHRITIS is a definite term meaning inflammation of the membranes of the joints. When joint after joint is affected the term used should not be rheumatism but arthritis. All are familiar with the glistening, shining membranes that cover the articulating surfaces in the joints of chicken or perhaps other animals. It so … Read more

A CURE OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

By DR. DOROTHY SHEPHERD.   AT the beginning of January a poor woman came me about her little boy who was suffering from a minor complaint, the real patient was herself. She came hobbling in, almost bent double, leaning on two sticks. “Hullo,” I exclaimed, “what have you been doing to yourself?” “Oh,” she answered, … Read more