A repertory is an index of symptoms arranged systematically. They can be arranged alphabetically, or schematically, according to the parts of the body, or arranged according to certain guiding principles. The purpose of a repertory is as a reference and guide in looking up a particular symptoms leading to a similimum, or that may make a distinction between two or more remedies in a given case.
Reverting to the provisions of the Bill, the Minister pointed out that the president of the Medical council was also appointed by Government. Government thought that this provision should also be incorporated in the Homoeopathic law to protect the Board from party politics. Besides he added, good doctors did not like to embroil themselves in party politics and elections.
Great weakness of the hands and feet came on so that on the tenth day she could not walk without help and finally had to remain in bed. There was prostration and a sense of extreme feebleness in the legs with severe pain in the twins. Muscular weakness, his weakness was extreme: very tired without cause, languor, restlessness felt tired; extreme prostration. He urinated more freely than usual.
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