GOLD AND SILVER AS REMEDIES IN DISEASE

BY HAROLD FERGIE WOODS,. M.D. (Brux.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.).   THE CHAIRMAN said that Dr. Fergie Woods did not need any introduction from him. He was one of their elder statesman, and he was sure he would give the Faculty a most states man like paper. Dr. Paterson would read it for Dr. Fergie … Read more

HAEMORRHAGE FOLLOWING ABORTION

LAWRENCE M. STANTON, M.D.   The patient, a young married woman, the mother of two children, had now a third well on the way. This pregnancy was deemed inadvisable and the obstetrician, for tenable reasons, felt justified in inducing abortion. The operation was performed at one of our private hospitals. Severe haemorrhage followed. Further operating … Read more

VERIFICATIONS AND CLINICAL SYMPTOMS OF THE NOSODES

MARGARET BURGESS WEBSTER, M.D.   5. Scotch chauffeur, age 72. Flash of light-headed feeling with throbbing in temples worse at night. Dizzy when getting out of a car but never when driving. Blood pressure 105/70, numbness down left arm and precordial oppression, during the attacks feet cold as ice. An electrocardiogram at this time was … Read more

THE USE OF UNUSUAL HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES IN GESTATION AND OBSTETRICS

EDWARD R. JOHNSON, M.D.   “Unusual Homoeopathic Remedies Indicated During Gestation.” That word “unusual” is provocative of what, to any one of even a cursory acquaintance with the Repertory, is to be termed the “usual”. To homoeopathic philosophy of healing, dealing as it does, so intimately, so analytically with the spiritual, mental and materialistic complexity … Read more