PRESCRIPTIONS FOR 100 MENTAL CASES WHICH RECOVERED

 [ Read before the Semi-Annual Meeting of The Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, 1926]. H.E. Hoffman, Allentown State Hospital, Allentown, Pa. Papers on materia medica are based largely on the personal opinion of the essayist. To minimize the effect of the personal equation we chose the records of the last 100 women who were discharged from … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Rabe R F   Rochester, the Magnificent. To many people, Rochester, New York, is known as the home of the Kodak and so it is. To others, the city is known as one of beautiful homes, broad avenues, stately trees and flowers. Its nurseries are justly famous. Twenty-five years ago Rochester was, homoeopathically considered, the … Read more

SOME CONFIRMATIONS OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY DURING SURGICAL CONVALESCENCE

  William B Griggs., M.D.,Philadelphia, Pa.   The thought that has led me to write these confirmations of the homoeopathic remedy is due to the fact that a young homoeopathic physician, who was associated with me, was severely criticized by a surgeon for not having a case of carcinomata operated upon early. When, as the result … Read more

DISCUSSIONS OF THE THEORY AND PRINCIPLES OF HOMOEOTHERAPEUTICS AND RELATED MEDICAL TOPICS

Stuart Close IMMUNITY, TOLERATION.   For many years past immunity and toleration have been perennial headliners in medicine. They have been subjects of an immense amount of research, discussion and publicity, all of which have been capitalized, commercialized and made the foundation of a system and an industry which has greatly enriched the manufacturers of … Read more

IRRADIATION OF DISEASED TONSILS

Coleman Scal J   This article describes a new method of treating tonsillar hypertrophies by means of removable platinum radon seeds, giving detailed reports of a series of cases where tonsillectomy was for different reasons contraindicated, and illustrating the application of the technique to varying pathological conditions. To carry out the application of the seeds, … Read more

THE NEED OF PERSONALITY STUDY IN THE CASE AND TRAINING OF MENTAL DEFECTIVES

[Read before the Semi-Annual Meeting of The Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, 1926]. Henry B. Ballou, M.D., Mansfield Depot, Conn.   In a brief discussion of the need of personality study in the care and training of mental defectives there will be little opportunity to do more than to mention briefly a few statistics showing the … Read more

SURGICAL CASES CURED BY THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY

  [ Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926]. Lorans M. Stanton, M.D., New York.   1. I am somewhat loath to report a case not yet cured, but the chairman of the Bureau of Surgery requested me to do so and I have little doubt but that the patient … Read more

SYMPTOMATOLOGY OR PATHOLOGY, WHICH

 [ Read before the Colorado Homoeopathic Medical Society on October 26, 1926, at Denver, Colo.]. Dr. Jas. B. Brown, Denver, Colo.   The Organon tells us, that the physicians high and only mission is to restore the sick to health in the shortest, most reliable and most harmless way, on easy comprehensible principles. Homoeopathy assets … Read more

FACTS ABOUT THE COLON OF INTEREST TO THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER

  [ Read before the Semi-Annual Meeting of The Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, 1926]. Dr. J.A. Holland, New Jersey State Hospital, Trenton, N.J.   The Colon, starting as it does in the right iliac fossa, passes upward, anterior to the right kidney bending at the hepatic flexure rather sharply. From there it passes across the abdomen … Read more