THE ANALYSIS OF A DYNAMIC TOTALITY SEPIA

EDWARD WHITMONT, M.D.   In an attempt to integrate the diversified material of provings and clinical symptoms into an organic whole, we proceed on the hypothetical assumption that the diversity of physical, chemical, biologic, morphologic and behavior characteristics of a potential medicine-namely, a substance of mineral, plant or animal origin-represents but different phases of expression … Read more

FIVE RECENT CASES OF PNEUMONIA

Read before Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A., June 22, 1949. ROYAL E.S. HAYES, M.D.   I. Little Ralph B., 4 years old. History of pneumonia a year previous. The sulfas had made a “wonder” cure but the boy had remand anemic, pale, and his development had been retarded. The onset this time was by a … Read more

PROGRESS IN THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE GENDER IN EMBRYOLOGY

WILHELM F. WITZEL, M.D.   In studying the bulk of statistical records, it becomes evident that 10% of married couples remain childless. In the case of high aristocracy the percentage is even more unfavourable. The cause of this deficiency can be traced back to different reasons. It must be admitted that in not a few … Read more

STRYCHNINUM PHOSPHORICUM

Mclaren K A Read by title, Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., June 23, 1949.   The proving of the acid phosphate of strychnine, quoted by J.H.Clarke, M.D. in his Dictionary of Materia Medica, produced a sense of constriction in the throat and violent headache over the eyes after eating. The choking sensations were a constant … Read more