PREVALENT MISCONCEPTIONS OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS

John Hutchinson   In this Practitioner article by Dr. Brian Thompson of the Clare Hall Sanatorium there are some useful and interesting observations. The normal bronchial tract secretes, it appears, an average of 10 oz. in twenty-four hours. This secretion, raised by ciliary action, runs insensibly into the oesophagus, mixed with saliva. It is too … Read more

PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHICAL RESEARCH IN HOMOEOPATHY

Kama Kumar Sanyal   Homoeopathy us par excellence the science of psychology as applied to the proper understanding of the disorders of mankind and their rational treatment. In thus having a back-ground of psychology Homoeopathy has no doubt taken an intelligent lead in the correct diagnosis of psychological ills which “human flesh is heir to.” … Read more

SYPHILIS COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DIAGNOSIS AND CURE

C. P. BRYANT, M.D.   Again, we find in The Organon, Vol. II. pp. 341-342, two interesting cases by Dr. Constantine Lippe, of New York :. Patient, 20 years of age, contracted syphilis. First cauterized chancre. At time of reporting penis was enormously swollen, and a chancre on the glans. No pain. Gave Cinnab. 200. … Read more