DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D., Editor. CASE REPORTS.   CASE I. Male, age 57, married, 3 children; occupation: garage business; weight 144 lbs. Chief complaints: loss of appetite, chronic indigestion and constipation; duration twelve years. Has tried all sorts of treatment and diets without relief. Becoming increasingly weak and emaciated. His wife was informed by at … Read more

LESS USE OF FORCEPS, MORE HOMOEOPATHY, AND BETTER BABIES

[ Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics, July 27, 1939]. BONNELL, M.D.   This subject was on my tired mind the first day of January, 1939. I had just had an unusual experience. I had not used forceps in an obstetrical case from the first of September, 1939, until the thirtieth of December, 1939. I … Read more

TREATMENT OF ARTHRITIS

[ Read before Southern Homoeopathic Medica Association, Oct. 12, 1939]. H.A. ROBERTS, M.D.   In the Foreign Letters section of the J.A.M.A., July 15, 1939, is excerpted a report from the Revue due rhumatisme which estimate the prevalence and cost of rheumatic conditions in different countries. According to this report, 10 per cent of the … Read more

THE EVER PRESENT TRUTH Of HOMOEOPATHY

[ Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, July 27, 1939]. J.W. WAFFENSMITH, M.D., H.M.   The activities of life are either hyper or hypo. There is a happy medium, but the continuous maintenance of the same is a chimera, a dram of the philosophers. Action and reaction, being equal and opposite, find … Read more

ZINC IN SUPPRESSION IN CHILDREN

[ Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Pediatrics, July 26, 1939]. JULIA M. GREEN, M.D.   All Homoeopathic physicians learn a great deal about suppression in the course of long practice; they cannot help it, if they would, in this day of great wear and tear, hurry and worry, strong drugging, injection treatment. When … Read more