HOW I REPERTORIZED A CASE

Read at the Monthly Clinical Meeting of the Homoeopathic Post- Graduate Association, Bombay, on the 29th July, 1940. R.P. Mayenkar, M.B.B.S. (Bom.).   By inviting papers on “How I repertorized a Case” I think we were expected to discuss how to repertorize any given case, by citing an example from our own practice. There need … Read more

HOW I REPERTORIZED A CASE

Read at the Monthly Clinical Meeting of the Homoeopathic Post- Graduate Association, Bombay, on the 30th July, 1940. J.N. Karande, M.D. (Bomb.).   To write a homoeopathic prescription one has to get the symptoms. A symptom must include (1) Sensation (2) Location and (3) Modality. Symptoms are classified as (a) Mental-emotions e.g. impulse to jump … Read more

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECT OF HOMOEOPATHY

(INTERPRETATIONS OF SYMPTOMS). Narendranath Pal. M.B. (Cal.).   This is an universe to live in, amongst the multiverses of the plurality of lives, But to leave aside the poetry, the beauty or the truth of complex unity, we feel constantly the most prosaic character of life. To the opinion of the latter, lives are multi-angulars, … Read more

HOW I REPERTORIZED A CASE

Read at the Monthly Clinical Meeting of the Homoeopathic Post- Graduate Association, Bombay, on the 29th July, 1940. R.R. Pai, M.B.B.S., (Bomb.)   President and Friends. The case which I am going to report to show “How I repertorized my case,” is that of a Konkani Mahomedan lady, aged about 50 years, living in Poona, … Read more

UNFAIR CRITICISM OF HOMOEOPATHY

(R.S. Rastogi, B.A., H.M.D.).   One is shocked on going through that portion of the presidential address delivered at the U.P. Medical Conference which relates to Homoeopathy. The criticism betrays a lamentable lack of fairness, decency, intellectual honesty, of knowledge of the rudimentary principles of Homoeopathy, and is a most ridiculous attack on and a … Read more

A Brief Study Course in Homoeopathy

ELIZABETH WRIGHT HUBBARD, M.D. X.   THE DANGERS OF HOMOEOPATHIC PRESCRIBING. The greatest danger of any homoeopathic physician is that he shall not be a true Hahnemannian homoeopath. Mongrelism defeats not only the doctor and the patient but the cause of homoeopathy. The specific pitfalls most frequently met are as follows: 1. The physician does … Read more