EDITORIAL. It is strange that others should appreciate these qualities more than the doctors apparently do. It is unfortunate that this classic, for such it really is, should become obsolete. A new Boenninghausen Club should be formed to make it live again. This, and Dr. Green’s Homoeopathy; Philosophy; Practice, it should be advertised in every issue of the Recorder, if not in other homoeopathic journals.
PROGRESS IN THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE GENDER IN EMBRYOLOGY. In studying the bulk of statistical records, it becomes evident that 10% of married couples remain childless. In the case of high aristocracy the percentage is even more unfavourable. The cause of this deficiency can be traced back to different reasons. It must be admitted that in not a few cases this condition is the wish and intention of both partners in marriage.
STRYCHNINUM PHOSPHORICUM. In the Strychninum phosphoricum patients we get a combination of these Phosphorus ebullitions and of the sudden, violent, muscular contractions of the Strychninum element. These are not the little jerks which affect the hand, arm or foot, but they are sudden, violent, muscular contractions which come like lightening and are gone as fast. They come in the larynx but more often in the lower thorax, and are probably seated in the diaphragm.
THE ANALYSIS OF A DYNAMIC TOTALITY SEPIA. The technique which was used for the interpretation of the pathogenesis of a drug is in many respects similar to the way in which analytical psychology unravels the symbolic context of the unconscious material of patients as found in dreams, visions and associations.
FIVE RECENT CASES OF PNEUMONIA. The sulfas had made a “wonder” cure but the boy had remand anemic, pale, and his development had been retarded. The onset this time was by a sudden fever, 103. 6. He had vomited large sour curds and was seen to be quite exhausted. There was high pitched respiration in the upper right lobe with dullness. Dullness was still more pronounced in the right infra-axillary region.