HEART DISEASE AND GALL BLADDER TROUBLE

By Ellis Barker J.   ON April 27th, 1933, I was visited by Colonel B. who wished to consult me about his heart. He was a man of magnificent physique, an excellent soldier who naturally had to undergo terrific exertion and strain. During the Great War he was made a prisoner of Germany. He was … Read more

PARALYSIS OF THE BLADDER FOLLOWING PARTURITION

¬†¬†Presented by title before the I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 22, 1934. LAWRENCE M.STANTON, M.D.   I was recently called up to the telephone by a physician of the other school, an obstetrician, saying his patient has been confined two weeks ago and that she had since then suffered from a paralysis of the … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IN BLADDER TROUBLES

By. DR. AVERSENQ, of Toulouse.   [DR. AVERSENQ, of Toulouse, a specialist for diseases of the urinary system, delivered in October, 1933, an important address on the treatment of urinary diseases and disorders at the thirty- third French Congress for Urology, which was held in paris. It was entitled “Some Homoeopathic Remedies Useful in the … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IN BLADDER TROUBLES

BY DR. AVERSENQ, OF TOULOUSE. PAINFUL URINATION AND PROFUSE URINATION.   THERE is a very large number of homoeopathic remedies which act upon the urinary organs and passages. I have hitherto mentioned only the most important ones, remedies which owing to their general usefulness can be employed in the majority of bladder cases. REaders should … Read more

HERMAPHRODITE COMPLICATED WITH EXTROPHY OF THE BLADDER AND DOUBLE INGUINAL HERNIAE

RITA DUNLEVY, M. D.   Mary H-, for so this child was named, was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1873. When examined, the child was found well developed above and below the pelvis, but peculiarly deformed about the public region. It was evident that nature had intended to create a man, but for some … Read more