HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPY IN SOME NERVE DISEASES

From his Nerve Diseases, published by Johannes Sontag, Regensburg, translated by S. W. S. EPILEPSY. A. ZWEIG, M.D., Neurologist.   Acidum hydrocyanicum 6x.: Indicated in grave cases with icy coldness. Consciousness is disturbed and memory weakened. Spasms of pharyngeal muscles is prominent. In poisoning we see the picture of attacks similar to epilepsy. Aethusa cynapium … Read more

ANGINA PECTORIS

From N. H. Z., translated by S. W. S. DR. J. HARBECK.   Arsenicum in higher potency is perhaps the most important remedy, especially in chronic cases with calcareous deposits in the coronary arteries; there is much general weakness, exhaustion and rapid loss of strength; difficult breathing; palpitation with fear and suffocative attacks. Aggravation after … Read more

CASE REPORTS COMMENTS ON SOME USUAL OFFICE TYPES

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June, 1944. JULIA M. GREEN, M.D.   There is nothing new in this paper; it is just an attempt to depict some aspects of the office work which comes to the homoeopathic prescriber because he has a reputation of doing things differently and of welcoming patients apparently uninteresting … Read more