THERAPEUTIC NOTES

Fritz Donner Translated by the late S.W.S. from Allgemeine homoeopathische Zeitung, 182:1. FRITZ DONNER, M.D.   Tubal Catarrh In patient who suffer from this affliction whenever they have coryza, Kali bromatum is especially indicated; it will often prevent extension to the pharynx, Eustachian tubes and accessory cavities. Kali muriaticum and-in adenoid children-Baryta muriatica are the … Read more

EPIGASTRIC PAIN AND ITS HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT

Read by title, Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A., July 23, 1954. From the aggregate of symptoms and lesions, from the functional and psychical of the patient, the clinician deduces his pathological diagnosis and his therapeutic indications. DR. HIGINIO G. PEREZ: Clinical Propedeutics, 1916.   Epigastric pain is a symptom of the highest importance in gastric … Read more

THE HOMOEOPATHIC CARE OF THE EXPECTANT MOTHER

Read by title, Bureau of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, I.H.A., July 23, 1954. ALMA M. ANDERSON, M.D.   Let us go back to the beginnings of disease: wrong thinking and willing. The three miasms: psora, syphilis and gonorrhea have all left their taint to a degree in all people not treated homoeopathically. It these taints … Read more

PLACE OF SURGERY IN HOMOEOPATHY

DR. S.M. BHATTACHERJEE, M.A.   In recent years, surgery has been the subject of vigorous discussion in and outside our organizations. Probably the marvelous achievements of modern surgery, the legitimate offspring of the two World in one generation, have created the noteworthy interest in our ranks. But, if we look back and search for guidance … Read more