EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL. Except for the so-called infectious or contagious disease he has little information to give as to why man is the host to these myriad afflictions. And may I add that his why, as regards the infectious and contagious disease, is sketchy. He talks about local and general immunity being high or low, and sensitiveness, but these are things which do not show under the microscope before an illness and are quite unpredictable.

THERAPEUTIC NOTES

THERAPEUTIC NOTES. In patient who suffer from this affliction whenever they have coryza, Kali bromatum is especially indicated; it will often prevent extension to the pharynx, Eustachian tubes and accessory cavities. Kali muriaticum and-in adenoid children-Baryta muriatica are the most often indicated remedies for tubal catarrh.

EPIGASTRIC PAIN AND ITS HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT

EPIGASTRIC PAIN AND ITS HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT. The patient always complaints of epigastric pain and in his painful crisis can very seldom determine the irradiations that it produces on him; therefore, the physician is obliged to investigate in order to establish the differential diagnosis and prognosis of each individual case.

HIGH SPOTS

HIGH SPOTS. There is nothing as keenly refreshing in pure Hahnemannian practice as figuring out the remedy and knowing that it is the one. But, due to either the inability of the patient to express himself or the prescribers shortcomings in eliciting a history or perhaps a meager, inadequate knowledge of the Materia Medica or perhaps some other reason this thrill is not as common as desired.

THE HOMOEOPATHIC CARE OF THE EXPECTANT MOTHER

THE HOMOEOPATHIC CARE OF THE EXPECTANT MOTHER. Labor is a natural process but all or some of the conditions mentioned have invaded the structure making labor an unnatural process. Homoeopathic remedies can be used previous to, during and following delivery, all depending upon the symptoms presenting themselves.

PLACE OF SURGERY IN HOMOEOPATHY

PLACE OF SURGERY IN HOMOEOPATHY. What is meant by this pretty small list is the traumatic, or in other words casualty, cases should be manipulated and met of effusions or collection of fluids” creates some confusion. Some may go so far as to recommend aspiration in cases of pleuritic effusions, emphysema, hydrothorax, hydrocephalus, hydrothorax hydrocephalus, hydrocephalus, hydrocele, ascites, etc.