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

CASE REPORT

Presented with application for membership in I.H.A. VERNER KENNEDY, M.D.+. +Dr. Kennedy died suddenly September 27, 1949-Ed.   Mrs. Catherine F.: diagnosis: Pagets Disease. This case was repertorized using the following rubrics: 1. Softening bones. 2. Suppression menses (Hysterectomy). 3. Obesity. 4. Weakness. 5. Vaccination. 6. Ameliorated open air. 7. Perspiration axilla. 8. Sleeplessness. 9. … Read more

MENINGISMUS WITH REPORT OF A CASE

[ Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, June 15, 1938]. ALLAN D. SUTHERLAND, M.D. The Homoeopathic Recorder, February, 1939.   When Dr. Stevens asked me to write a paper for the Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics I very blithely promised to discuss meningismus and give a report of a case. Since then, however, … Read more

DRUG SENSITIZATION AND DESENSITIZATION REPORT OF MORE CASES

[ Presented before I.H.A., Borrow of Materia Medica, June, 1944]. GEORGE W. MACKENZIE, M.D.   This is a companion paper to the one presented before the A.I.H. meeting held at Atlantic City this week. The subject is so large that it is impossible to do it justice in a single contribution. Hahnemann was the first … Read more