REPORT OF A CASE OF OCULAR PARALYSIS CURED BY CAUSTICUM

 Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 21, 1934. JOSEPH L.KAPLOWE,M.D.   On Nov.29, 1933, a child of seven years, apparently normal in every respect except for the ocular defect, was presented to me,. after a well known local clinic had prescribed surgical interference as the only hope for cure. About two months previous … Read more

PARALYSIS OF THE BLADDER FOLLOWING PARTURITION

  Presented by title before the I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 22, 1934. LAWRENCE M.STANTON, M.D.   I was recently called up to the telephone by a physician of the other school, an obstetrician, saying his patient has been confined two weeks ago and that she had since then suffered from a paralysis of the … Read more

FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM IN ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS

 Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 22, 1934. H.J.PORTER, M.D.   In presenting this paper on Ferrum phosphoricum in Acute Respiratory Infections, I wish to give mostly my own experience with it. The textbooks do not say much about Ferrum phosphoricum. Farringtons Materia Medica says:. In acts on the circulation similar to Hamamelis. … Read more

ACONITE-MONKSHOOD

 Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 22, 1934. Family Ranunculaceae. K.A.MCLAREN.M.D.   This plant grows in Europe. The tuberous root is collected in the fall carefully dried. This root is used by the English in the preparation of the drug. In Germany the whole plant is collected when flowering. The homoeopathic preparation is … Read more

EDITORIAL

Allan D Sutherland   Medical literature is a necessity to a physician, and preeminently so to a homoeopathic physician. It is true that while many books of the orthodox school, especially those pertaining to the fundamental sciences, remain standard for a considerable time, those pertaining to orthodox therapeutics become obsolete in a short time because … Read more