Isopathy and Homoeopathy Their Relationship

W.W. YOUNG, M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   Not infrequently there arises in the student mind the question as to whether there is any relationship between isopathy and homoeopathy and the same question is often brought up in discussion among physicians. One and all sense that there is something in common possessed by both. Yet there as … Read more

Streptococcus Meningitis – Recovery

FRED B. MORGAN, M.D. Clinton, Iowa.   THE following is submitted as a direct action of a remedy, selected according to the homoeopathic law, on a case ordinarily considered fatal. Elsworth Nicholaisen, schoolboy, aged thirteen, white, was entered in June Lamb Memorial Hospital, Clinton, Iowa, on March 22, 1935, with the following findings: Past clinical … Read more

The Human Side of Gastric Ulcer

Read before the Bureau of Clinical Medicine, at the Ninety-first Annual Convention of the A.I.H., at New York City, June 2-6,1935. ROY UPHAM, M.D., F.A.C.S. New York City.   YOUR Chairman requested me to present a paper on ulcer and asked that I bring the subject up-to-date. I feel that no approach to the ulcer … Read more

Homoeopathic Therapy in Neurocirculatory Asthenia

  Read before the Bureau of Homoeopathy, at the Ninety-first Annual Convention of the A.I.H., at New York City, June 2-6, 1935. DONALD R. FERGUSON, M.D. Philadelphia, Pa. EVER since the days of the Great War I have been interested in had intrigued by Neurocirculatory Asthenia (“Irritable Heart”- “Effort Syndrome”) because it was among soldiers that … Read more

The Management of Chronic Congestive Heart Failure

  Read before the Bureau of Drug Pathogenesis, at the Ninety-first Annual convention of the A.I.H., at New York City, June 2-6, 1935. MILTON J. RAISBECK, M.D., F.A.C.P. New York City, New York.   IT WAS, I believe, Herophilus who in 300 B.C. said that the best physician is the one who can distinguish between what … Read more

Modified Iridotasis Operation in Glaucoma

  Read before the O., O & L. Society at the Ninety-first Annual Convention of the A.I.H., at New York City, June 2-6, 1935. WILLIAM M. MUNCY. Providence, Rhode Island.   AS AN introduction to this paper I can do no better than quote extensively from an editorial by Edward Jackson in the February American Journal … Read more

Postoperative Cataract Complications by Latent Infections

  Read before the O., O.& L. Society at the Ninety-first Annual Convention of the A.I.H., at New York City, June 2-6, 1935. Case Reports. WILLIAM D. ROWLAND, M.D. Boston, Massachusetts.   MR. G.E., aged eighty-three, retired business man after a very active life. Family physician finds him in good physical condition for his age except … Read more

Using Digitalis to the Best Advantage

EDWARD PODOLSKY, M.D. Brooklyn, New York.   DIGITALIS has, fro the past 170 years, been the most popular and the most valuable single remedy for the treatment of heart disease. It is without a doubt one of the really great drugs in possession of the human race. Yet no one can state with certainly who … Read more

History of Homoeopathy

 II. Hahnemann. RUDOLPH TISCHNER, M.D. Munich. Translated by. LINN J. BOYD, M.D, F.A.C.P. XVII. SUMMARY. (Man and Work).   The Man: As we have concerned ourselves in this book according to the aim of the complete work principally with Hahnemanns scientific performance, the creation of homoeopathy, so we cannot here be concerned with a description … Read more