CLINICAL CASES FROM THE ORIENT
Dec07

CLINICAL CASES FROM THE ORIENT

A Case of Dysentery. By K.L. Gupta, M.D.       In the evening of the 23d of July, 1906, I was called in to see a widow lady aged about twenty. I learned that she had passed not less than thirty stools of bloody mucus during the previous night and the morning following. She had much tenesmus during and after stool. The thirst was almost absent. The thermometer indicated the temperature of the body to be 10240. There were no tensesmus...

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BAPTISIA-PYROGENIUM

By C.M. Boger, M.D.       The Baptisia patient shows that he is laboring under the influence of an intense and rapidly acting, systemic infection, which exalts and then depresses the sensibilities, ending by disorganizing the blood. The trend of the Baptisia sickness is toward a typhoid state. It moves toward malignancy with a rapid pace, and is peculiarly suitable for sicknesses which quickly prostrate the patient; grippe, typhoid...

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HOMEOPATHY AND SCIENTIFIC MEDICINE
Dec02

HOMEOPATHY AND SCIENTIFIC MEDICINE

     Dr. William Hanna thompson contributes a very interesting paper to a recent issue of Everybody’s Magazine on the much talked about work done by scientific medicine, as it is universally turned.       Laveran a French surgeon in Algiers, in the year 1880, “demonstrated that malarial fever is caused by an animalcule that ear up our red blood corpuscles.” How these animalcule get there remained unknown until...

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A PROVING OF MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS
Nov29

A PROVING OF MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS

      A young married women hurriedly called on Dr. Burnley Lanford, of Norfolk, Va. She was very nervous, crying, and had awful pains in her head. Two hours before she had inserted two bichloride of mercury tablets (gr. 7.3 each) as far into her vagina as possible, because she thought she was becoming pregnant, and another women had told her that the tablets would prevent it. Dr. Lanford did what he could for...

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FACIAL NEURALGIA

By. Dr. P. Jousset, Paris.      In facial neuralgias there are two different forms, namely, the ordinary form, and the extremely painful form, which is connected with twitches and is also called “tic douloureux” or “Forhergill’s face ache.”       The ordinary form of facial neuralgia calls for Nux vomica as the chief remedy. The action of this remedy is pretty sure, where the following symptoms are observed: Pains which follow the...

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LEUCORRHOEA AND BORAX

By Dr. Friedrich Lenz, Langfuhr-Danzig. Translated for the Homoeopathic Recorder from the Leipziger pop. Z. F. Hom. One of the worst diseases of women, and this not only for the patients themselves, but also for the physician who treats them, and who so frequently after a long ineffectual struggle has to confess his impotence, is the fluor albus. As all others, so also I have had cases in which I Finally had to fold my hands and...

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DELIRIUM TREMENS

By. Dr. Leon Simon, Paris.      Last year I was called to see merchant M.L., forty-one years of age. I found an intelligent, robust man with a large head, dark complexion and brown hair, which was very thick. He had up to this time enjoyed good health; though he had sometimes suffered from meg rim, which alternated with the profuse perspiration of the feet. On April, 1905, he had, as he stated, drawn off a cask of wine into bottles,...

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TREATMENT OF PILES
Nov19

TREATMENT OF PILES

Translated for the Homoeopathic Recorder from the Leipziger Pop. Z. F. Hom.        From a thorough article on piles and their treatment in this journal we excerpt the part treating of the treatment, which is as follows:      The Homeopathic practitioner is not infrequently called to see a patient with piles, who does not know what to do for pains. A local examination will generally show as the cause that...

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BRONCHO-PNEUMONIA
Nov18

BRONCHO-PNEUMONIA

     From paper by W. B. Hinsdale, M.D., Ann Arbor, Mich., in proceedings of the 43d Annual Session of the Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of Ohio, 1907.      The proper treatment of the primary disease, measles, whooping-cough, diphtheria, common cold or whatever it may be, is the great preventive. Of course, at the head of the list of remedies stands Antimonium tartaricum. Its great suggestive symptom is filling up of the...

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LYCOPUS VIRGINICUS
Nov15

LYCOPUS VIRGINICUS

      A note on Lycopus europaus in the May humber of the Summary reminds me of Lycopus Virginicus used by our school of practice. The remedy is a valuable one in conditions not amenable to other treatment.       The drug produces a rapid tumultuous, weakened heart action, with venous stasis. Rheumatic pains involving the heart, heoptysis, and haemorrhoidal bleeding are also symptoms...

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