THE APPLICATION OF PHILOSOPHY IN PRACTICE

     Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, May 16, 1939. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   The practice of medicine calls into action many powers of the mind. A physician must be a trained observer. Nothing of importance in relation to a case should escape his attention. In his student days he was compelled to exercise and … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D., Editor. THERAPY IN SYPHILIS.   The drugs with specific curative effects in syphilis are the compounds of arsenic, bismuth and mercury. Some of the questions relating to their use, on which syphilologists do not all agree at present, are: Which metal to use at any given stage of the disease? What … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY AND ITS RELATION TO ORTHODOX MEDICINE

     Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, MAy 16, 1939. J.L. KAPLOWE, M.D.   In recent years the writings of various great men in the field of medicine show beyond a doubt that they feel, at least unconsciously, the truth of the homoeopathic teachings and philosophy. When we read that they believe that the suppression of … Read more

POTENTIZATION, DILUTION AND ATTENUATION

C. ROY, M.A.   We are really grateful to Dr. Alfred Pulford for his learned interpretation of the above terms in his article published in the Homoeopathic Recorder issued in June 1938. He rejects, on grounds as elaborated in the article, the first two terms “Potentization”, and “Dilution”, and concludes that “Attenuation comes nearest, is … Read more