CHOLERA INFANTUM

Presented at the I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, June 1930.]. GEORGE E. DIENST, M.D.   The books are full of this disease classified by many as a species of cholera. It is not cholera per-se however, but a severe form of dysentery. The principal characteristics are pain, dysentery, fever and prostration. These forms are … Read more

MIRACLES WITH HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE

   [Read before 7th session of the Teas Homoeopathic Medical Association.]. WILLIAM HENRY SCHWARTZ, M.D.   I was led to write on the subject of this paper by a casual remark made by one of the ardent members of our Society. He stated that he “had never witnessed any of these miraculous one minute cures reported … Read more

Remedies

Allan D Sutherland   ABROTANUM IDENTIFICATION: Metastasis: The changing of one set of symptoms into another. ESSENTIAL: The changing of one set of symptoms into another Cross, irritable, anxious, depressed. Blue rings around dull eyes. Face cold, dry, pale, wrinkled, Stomach cold as if swimming in cold water. As if bowels were sinking down. Worse: … Read more

CONCERNING A FEW UNUSUAL REMEDIES

  [Presented before the Conn. Homoeopathic Medical Society, Oct. 21, 1930.]. ROYAL E.S. HAYES, M.D.   These remarks are a bid for table talk rather than any attempt at scholastic description of the remedies mentioned. It is simply personal experience, and personal experience in materia medica means a good deal more to me than any dry-as-dust … Read more

HAEMORRHAGE FOLLOWING ABORTION

  [Presented at the I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, June 1930.]. 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 … Read more