Art and Science of Homeopathic Medicine

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Classic text by a distinguished physician summarizes, interprets, and systematizes the traditions of homeopathy; describes how to take a case history and study it; and explains how to interpret the many reactions to therapy and achieve a scientific understanding of a cure. Unabridged reprint of the classic 1900 edition.

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Overview

Classic text by a distinguished physician summarizes, interprets, and systematizes the traditions of homeopathy; describes how to take a case history and study it; and explains how to interpret the many reactions to therapy and achieve a scientific understanding of a cure. Unabridged reprint of the classic 1900 edition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486424187
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 1/7/2003
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 5.66 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.52 (d)

Table of Contents

Lecture I-The Sick
Lecture II-The Highest Ideal of a Cure
Lecture III-What the Physician Must Perceive
"Lecture IV-"Fixed Principles." Law and Government from Centre"
Lecture V-Discrimination as to Maintaining External Causes and Surgical Cases
Lecture VI-The Unprejudiced Observer
Lecture VII-Indispositions
Lecture VIII-On Simple Substance
Lecture IX-Disorder First in Vital Force
Lecture X-Materialism in Medicine
Lecture XI-Sickness and Cure on Dynamic Plane
Lecture XII-The Removal of the Totality of Symptoms Means the Removal of the Cause
Lecture XIII-The Law of Similars
Lecture XIV-Susceptibility
Lecture XV-Protection from Sickness
Lecture XVI-Oversensitive Patients
Lecture XVII-The Science and the Art
Lecture XVIII-Chronic Diseases-Psora
Lecture XIX-Chronic Diseases-Psora (Cont.)
Lecture XX-Chronic Diseases-Syphilis
Lecture XXI-Chronic Diseases-Sycosis
Lecture XXII-Disease and Drug Study in General
Lecture XXIII-The Examination of the Patient
Lecture XXIV-The Examination of the Patient (Cont.)
Lecture XXV-The Examination of the Patient (Cont.)
Lecture XXVI-The Examination of the Patient (Cont.)
Lecture XXVII-Record Keeping
Lecture XXVIII-The Study of Provings
Lecture XXIX-Idiosyncrasies
Lecture XXX-Individualization
Lecture XXXI-Characteristics
Lecture XXXII-The Value of Symptoms
Lecture XXXIII-The Value of Symptoms (Cont.)
Lecture XXXIV-The Homœopathic Aggravation
Lecture XXXV-Prognosis After Observing the Action of the Remedy
Lecture XXXVI-The Second Prescription
Lecture XXXVII-Difficult and Incurable Cases-Palliation
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