CLINICAL CASES

M.M. Mukerjee, M.D., Benares City, India. Involuntary Stools After a Surgical Operation.   On November 11, 1918, a girl of six years, named Sukdaiya, daughter of an oliman, Mohanlal, of Sonarpura, Benares City, came to me for involuntary stool during micturition of which she had complained since an abscess in the right gluteal region was … Read more

A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF HOMOEOPATHY

Alfred Pulford, M.D., Toledo, Ohio. We have just emerged from a profitable reading of a review of Dr. Dejusts work under the above caption, by Dr. Milton J. Raisbeck, in the March issue of the J.A.I.H. At the risk of being considered assinine I cannot refrain from saying a word on some of Dejusts findings. … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Rabe R F   THE IOWA SITUATION ONCE AGAIN.- Believing that what has happened in Iowa is of vital concern to homoeopathic physicians everywhere, we herewith publish, in part, an editorial by Dr.George Royal, in the April issue of the Iowa Homoeopathic Journal. The italics are our own and are used to emphasize the truly … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY

Stuart Close, M.D., Editor, 248 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N.Y. “DELIVERING THE GOODS”.   Much has been said (but less written) about the cause of the drift of the public away from the medical profession. It is a frequent topic of discussion between physicians who intelligently observe the signs of the times and reflect upon them. … Read more

THE ULTIMATE INFINITESIMAL

S.E. Chapman, M.D., San Mateo, Cal.   Scientists are telling us that nothing exists but the electron. I purpose in this paper to upset that postulate, and to do what I can to instigate investigations that will lead into the very heart of the arcanum of Nature. I shall introduce to the scientific world an … Read more