STUDY OF SOME CASES COMING FROM THE OLD SCHOOL

[Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, July 27, 1939.]. GRACE STEVENS, M.D.   To the strict homoeopath, a case that comes directly from the “old school” presents many problems, and must be accepted with very definite understanding of its difficulties. The physician must be willing to study not only the case itself from a … Read more

THE CHRONIC MIASMS

[Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, July 27, 1939.]. GUY BECKLEY STEARNS, M.D.   Hahnemanns Organon is based on deductions which he made concerning the significance of a patients symptoms; the relation to them of a curative drug, and his observation that drugs act best when highly diluted. If valid, all of … Read more

GALLSTONES, PEPTIC AND DUODENAL ULCERS PROGNOSIS FAVORABLE WHEN TREATED ACCORDING TO THE HOMOEOPATHIC LAW

[Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, July 27, 1939.]. CHARLES A. DIXON, M.D.   I graduated from a homoeopathic college in 1894 and for about fifteen years was not greatly concerned with my meagre knowledge of homoeopathy, or lack of skill in handling my sick patients. Then came an awakening to things homoeopathic. Previous … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

Eugene Underhill A NEW REPORT FORM.   Experience in using the Case Record form described in the August, 1937 Recorder has demonstrated its practical value both for office use and long distance prescribing. The physician who has his patients fill out some such form in addition to the usual taking of the case by direct … Read more

SUPPRESSION

     [Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, July 27, 1939.]. ROSALIE DE LA HAUTIERE, M.D.   Hahnemann in his introductory remarks on A Review on Physic in the Organon, says:. The vital force, capable of acting only in harmony with the physical arrangement of our organism, and without reason, insight, or reflection, was not given … Read more

VIPERA TORVA CLINICAL REPORTS

     ROYAL E. S. HAYES, M.D.   Speaking of Vipera torva (the remedy was referred to in a letter in the August Recorder), the remedy has a slow pace as well as a very rapid one. This slow condition appears in the clinical verifications listed in Clarkes Dictionary of Materia Medica and in occasional reports in … Read more