ARE EXPLAINABLE SYMPTOMS PERMISSIBLE AS A BASIS FOR PRESCRIBING

   Read at the I.H.A. June 1929, Bureau of Philosophy. D.T. PULFORD, M.D.   In the last session of the Post-Graduate School of the American Foundation for Homoeopathy there was considerable discussion among the students over the elimination of certain symptoms in case analyses, on the grounds that they were explainable and therefore could not be … Read more

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY-AN AID OR HINDRANCE IN PRESCRIBING

  Read at the I.H.A., June 1929, Bureau of Clinical Medicine. I.L. FARR, M.D.   At first thought, clinical pathology has no part in the making of a homoeopathic prescription for the whole fabric of homoeopathy is based upon the proving of remedies on well persons, with a recording of the abnormalities and peculiarities, or so-called … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IN TROPICAL CONDITIONS IN EAST AFRICA

    Read before the I.H.A., June 1929, Bureau of Clinical Medicine. E.L. DAVIS, M.D.   Why do the natives of East Africa prefer mission hospitals to those of the government? Why will they often refuse the free feeding and gratuitous professional services that government institutions offer them, and go to similar institutions carried on by missions … Read more

IMMATURE CONCEPTIONS OF HOMOEOPATHY ITS EFFECTS

 Read before the I.H.A., June 1929, Bureau of Philosophy. R.E.S. HAYES, M.D.   When the light generated from undiluted homoeopathic theory and its consistent practice is thrown into the corners of the homoeopathic closet not one but many skeletons are seen. This brief study of the homoeopathic skeletons is not only made from our own … Read more

NOTES ON THE NOSODES

Read before the I.H.A., June 1929, Bureau of Materia Medica. E.UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   Used in its strict sense a nosode is pathologic material derived from vegetable, animal or human sources. Secale cornutum is therefore vegetable or semi-vegetable nosode. Tuberculinum bovinum an animal nosode, and Medorrhinum a human disease product. The endocrine remedies such as … Read more