SAMUEL HAHNEMANN AND HIS IMPRESS UPON THE WORLD

[Address given at the Hahnemann birthday dinner, New Haven, Conn., April 10, 1926. ]. Benjamin C. Woodbury, M.D., Boston, Mass. Mr. Toastmaster and Members of the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society:.   It certainly gives me great pleasure to respond to a toast upon this occasion–an occasion which, from its very nature, it seems to me, … Read more

ATYPICAL SCARLET FEVER

Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. H. A. Roberts, M. D., Derby, Conn.   Scarlet fever usually is easily diagnosed, but it at times takes on a peculiar course. I am reporting these cases because of their unusual course and type of patients. Mrs. W. F., a well-developed … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Allan D Sutherland Poisoning With Water Hemlock (Cicuta Maculata).–   The Journal of the American Medical Association for October 16th contains an interesting report by Louis M. Gompertz, M. D., New Haven, Conn., of seventeen cases of poisoning with Cicuta maculata, water hemlock. This is the American water hemlock as distinguished from Cicuta virosa, which … Read more

THE RIGHT OF THE UNBORN

┬áRead before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. Plumb Brown, M.D., Springfield, Mass.   I wish to consider the scope of the Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics as extending from prior to conception on through the various developmental stages, both as regards parents and child, until at least sixteen years … Read more

A DIFFICULT CASE

Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. George E. Dienst, M. D., Aurora, Ill.   In April, 1922, there came into my office in Chicago a medium-sized woman, aged fifty-nine years, and unusually gray for her age. She was very reticent in giving symptoms and answering questions. I learned … Read more