THE VIRUS OF PHTHISIS- WHAT SHALL WE CALL IT
May09

THE VIRUS OF PHTHISIS- WHAT SHALL WE CALL IT

By J. Compton Burnett, M.D., London. A kind friend sends me the Medical Advance December, 1893, and on page 193 begins a paper on “Tuberculinum,” by Dr. H.P.Holmes, of Omaha. I have read this paper, which breaks no new ground, and I feel rather disappointed to find all its infomation secured in third hand, excepting always Dr. Holmes’s own experience with the remedy, Bacillinum. The only point I take up is where Dr. Holmes charges me...

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THE APPROPRIATE REMEDY VERSUS MORPHIA IN SUBDUING PAIN
May08

THE APPROPRIATE REMEDY VERSUS MORPHIA IN SUBDUING PAIN

I take pleasure in forwarding to you the particulars of a Case, which I believe should have a tendency to prove the efficiency of Homoeopathic treatment when properly applied. On the 16th inst., at 10 p.m., I was called to see a very finely bred bull terrier bitch, thirteen months old, weight about twelve pounds. She was in great pain, apparently from some intestinal disturbance. Upon inquiry I learned that the animal had been...

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GUAREA IN CHEMOSIS AND PTERYGIUM
May06

GUAREA IN CHEMOSIS AND PTERYGIUM

A gentleman aged about 30, consulted me. His complaint was that he had some immovable membranous stuff. Adhering to the left side of his left eye-ball, on account of which he felt great inconvenience in moving and shutting his eye. Also the eyes watered when being shut. He further said that he had cataract of that eye, the cataract having been extracted about 1879. Six months after this operation the patient began to geel the...

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KALI BICHROMICUM

Marvin A. Custis, M.D., Washington, D.C. The kali bichromicum individual, as an infant, is a fat, shortneck, so-called “chubby’’ baby; as an adult we find a fat person, with light hair, tendency to baldness, and possibly a pale yellowish complexion, particularly if such person is subject to scrofular or catarrhal diseases. Mentally we find him lowspirited and gloomy, with disinclination for work of any kind, mentally or bodily. He is...

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DISEASES OF THE LIVER
May01

DISEASES OF THE LIVER

Any book that bears upon its title page the name of Dr. J.C. Burnett is certain to be interesting and instructive. To the obligation which he has conferred upon the medical profession by his good works, first, by curing people with peculiarly dexterous efficiency, and then telling us all about it in a style so luminous and entertaining, be now adds one more. And the best that can be said, and all that really need be said, is that it...

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