The Homoeopathic Physician, Volume 8

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1888

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Page 597 - This search for a homoeopathic, specific remedy, consists in the comparison of the totality of the symptoms of the natural disease with the lists of symptoms of our tested drugs, among which a morbific potency is to be found, corresponding in similitude with the disease to be cured. In making this comparison, the more prominent, uncommon and peculiar (characteristic) features of the case are especially, and almost exclusively considered and noted; for these, in particular, should bear, the closest...
Page 334 - This Psora is the sole true and fundamental cause that produces all the other countless forms of disease...
Page 645 - Society hereby assumes the responsibility of inaugurating such steps as will insure the speedy building and completion of a homoeopathic hospital in Rochester, and to further such an undertaking the following Committee is hereby appointed to arrange a Board of Trustees for said hospital, and to transact such other business as may be necessary : JA Biegler, Chairman, Julius Schmitt, MD, Allen B. Carr, MD, R. C. Grant, MD WHEREAS, We, the members of the Rochester Hahnemannian Society...
Page 25 - ... when we have to do with an art whose end is the saving of human life, any neglect to make ourselves masters of it becomes a crime...
Page 210 - Annals of Surgery, the only English . journal published devoted exclusively to Surgery, enters now upon its fourth year. Drs. LS Pilcher of Brooklyn, NY, and CB Keetley of London, England, are the chief editors, assisted by most all the able surgeons of this country as well as Europe, which is sufficient guarantee of the literary merits. We bespeak for it the cooperation of the members of the profession who are interested in progressive surgery. JH Chambers & Co., St. Louis, Mo., are the publishers,...
Page 402 - ... of symptoms of available drugs, in order to find among these one bearing a pathogenetic power corresponding to and resembling the disease to be cured, the striking, remarkable, uncommon and peculiar (characteristic) signs and symptoms of the case of sickness are to be especially and almost exclusively brought before the eye ; for these especially must be very like the drug that is being searched for in the symptom-lists, if this is to be the most suitable for the cure. The general and indefinite,...
Page 407 - ... acting remedy, only able to sustain a temporary effect. The many things learned by the action of the first remedy determine the kind of demand made upon the physician for the second prescription. Many problems come up to be solved, that must be solved, or failure may follow. How long shall I watch and wait? is a question frequently asked but seldom answered. Is the remedy still acting ? Is the vital reaction still affected by the impulse of the remedy...
Page 597 - The more general and indefinite symptoms, such as want of -appetite, headache, weakness, restless sleep, distress, etc., unless more clearly defined, deserve but little notice on account of their vagueness, and also because generalities of this kind are common to every disease, and almost to every drug.
Page 453 - ... 2. When she lies she feels quite well, then she has no pain anywhere, neither in the side nor in the pit of the stomach. 3. She cannot sleep after three o'clock in the morning.
Page 374 - I am, alas ! (I say alas ! for I would much rather have upheld the larger doses which accord with current views) I am compelled to declare myself for the higher dilutions. The physiological experiments made with Natrum muriaticum, as well as the great majority of the clinical results obtained therewith, speak decisively and distinctly for these preparations.

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