MYXOEDEMA AND CACHEXIA STRUMIPRIVA
Jul23

MYXOEDEMA AND CACHEXIA STRUMIPRIVA

The following address was delivered at Munich on April 25, 1905, at the spring meeting of the homoeopathic physicians of Bavaria:      When in a healthy man the thyroid gland is removed by a surgical operation, there gradually appears a series of symptoms, which point to a disturbance of the nervous activity. Slowly there is formed and anaemia, with consequent bodily and mental feebleness: there is a slow process of invalidism, until...

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A CASE OF HEREDITARY SYPHILIS
Jul22

A CASE OF HEREDITARY SYPHILIS

      On the 15th of June the little daughter of a postal officer was carried into my office. She was two years old; and had her left hand lancinated a year and a half before on account of an abscess; six weeks ago her left knee swelled up and in a week it was lancinated, and so again a week and four days ago. It had been vaccinated haled a year ago. A former child of this Same couple had died four years ago when only eight weeks old,...

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SERUM TERRORISM

By Dr. Grubenmann, in St. Gallen In the last meeting of the Central Union in Luzern, after the address of Dr. Wapler on “Diphtheria Serum and Homoeopathy,” there was a very animated discussion, as the serum found so very warm defenders among our homoeopathic physicians. Although it would seem to me that allopathic physicians show more favorable statistics of mortality since the introduction of this serum, I always was of the opinion,...

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ANTI-FAT TREATMENT

       “Not every man nor even every physician is able to cure obesity. It requires study, and a good deal of it, if human lives should not be thereby endangered.”      These words of Dr. Schindler Barnay should be impressed on all those who take such treatments lightly and have no idea to what dangers they expose themselves by a rapid treatment according to the routine without...

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OBSERVATIONS ON SICK CHILDREN
Jul16

OBSERVATIONS ON SICK CHILDREN

     Prof. Dr. Saltmann, of Breslau, Communicates in an address a series of results from his experience with children, which may serve as indications in order to determine the disease of children as yet unable to talk. He says; we may conclude on whooping-cough when the child cries out violently, and screams with mouth wide open, while it presses its eyes shut. When it puts its hand to the mouth it is teething, or...

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