Three Cases Of Whitlow

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The Selection Of The Remedy Illustrated. No. .1.—Three Cases Of Whitlow. BY E. W. BERRIDGE, M.D. THERE are two ways of illustrating the Materia Medica. The first is to collect all clinical cases in which a given remedy has, proved curative. There cannot be a better plan in the case of a comparatively new remedy, since thereby we see at …

Homoeopathic remedies in Pneumonia

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Belief Versus Knowledge. By C. Pearson, M.D., Washington, D.C., U.S.A. « The inquiry of truth which is the love making or wooing of it, the knowledge of truth which is the presence of it, and the belief of truth which is the enjoying of it, are the sovereign good of human nature. » — BACON. » « To argue with a man who has …

THE LAW OF THE SIMILARS – ADOLPH LIPPE

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ADOLPH LIPPE, M.D., PHILADELPHIA. Read before the Philadelphia Homoeopathic Medical Society, Dec. 13th, 187 7. A NATURAL law is an established order of the universe. In nature’s laws, strictly speaking, there is neither injunction or precept, nor the possibility of infraction. They are, indeed, generalized facts—causes and effects—some of which are known to all, some only to a few; many, …

Extracts From Homoeopathic Literature. BY E. W. BERRIDGE, M.D.

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From time to time, works are issued from the Homœopathic Press which, after a short period, become forgotten, either from the fact that the special circumstances which called them forth no longer exist, or that the intelligent portion of the profession and the public have discovered that their homoeopathicity is limited to their title-page, after which discovery they sooner or …

Clinical Cases. Ophthalmic. BY R. M. THEOBALD, M.A.

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Clinical Cases. Ophthalmic. BY R. M. THEOBALD, M.A. (1), SARAH 13 aged 22, single, Oct. 29th, 1877. Right eye inflamed, i.e., heat, vessels much enlarged, with a patch of red congestion, sometimes feeling of grit in it; eyeball aches at the back, smarts when reading; agglutination of lids in morning; when reading, smarting in internal canthus; subject to faceache and …

Two New Symptoms Of Sarsaparilla. By E. Berridge

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BY E. W. BERRIDGE, M.D. In the American Observer, 1875, vol. xii, p. 305, I published a proving on myself, made with repeated doses of Sarsaparilla 1600 (Jenichen). Among its symptoms were the following : — (1) When sitting on the seat, after stool, had a desire to urinate, but could not; afterwards, when standing, could urinate freely. (3) Testicles and …

Involuntary Proving Of Vitex Agnus Castus

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BY R. M. THEOBALD, M.A. A lady, after her confinement, had flatulence, urging to pass wind, with little satisfaction; feverish, hot thirst, with great restlessness in all the limbs, as if lying on boards or pebbles. At first I could not see through it, then gave Nux Moschata 200, which swept the case clean in two doses. Then she got …

Fragmentary Provings

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BY HENRY USSHER, B.A., M.B. (1) Apis, 4 decimal, given for edema of lower lids, produced, after two or three doses, an appearance at external angle of right eye like inflammation of the ciliary body, with lachrymation, and unusually brilliant cornea of both eyes. In two or three days the left eve exhibited the same at the nasal side, but …