Opinions on this point run the gamut in todayâ€™s practice of homoeopathy, from the lay prescribers who believe that knowledge of pathology is unnecessary to allopathic medical professionals relatively new to homoeopathy who believe it to be all-important. As we have seen Dr. Hahnemann himself used pathology as a part- admittedly a minor part- in determining the totality of symptoms. Since each remedy has a typical sphere of action on certain tissues or organs of the body, pathology can s
HAHNEMANN'S THREE RULES CONCERNING THE RANK OF SYMPTOMS. BY CONSTANTINE HERING, M.D., (Hahnemannian Monthly 1865, Vol I, no. 1, Aug., p. 5-12) Hahnemann's advice is, to take all the symptoms of each case, as if it were the only one. Comp. Organon, Â§ 83, and following: the same is to be done while proving; write down all the symptoms. Comp. Organon, Â§ 138, 139, &c. In contradiction the common old schools examine each case in order to make a diag
DEFINITION :Coronary heart diseases (CHD) includes "myocardial infarction" (MI) where there is sudden chest pain (angina), abnormal heart rhythms, heart failure due to weakening of the heart muscle and unexpected death.INTRODUCTION :The term "myocardial infarction" (MI) is related to diseases caused by the reduced blood supply to the heart muscle due to blockage of the coronary arteries. The word "infarction" originated from the Latin word "infarcire" meaning "to
Pregnancy is supposed to be one of the happiest times of a womanâ€™s life, but for many women this is a time of anxiety, confusion, fear, sadness, stress, and even depression. Pregnant women experience a range of physical and emotional changes, all of which may trigger anxiety. Anxiety is a normal response to stress, but at times it may exceed above the tolerable limits and thus causes concern.Depression is a mood disorder that affects many women at some point during their lifetime,
There are many troubles that are part of growing process of a baby, but one of the most harmless yet extremely distressing is colic or gripes. It is an inevitable part of a childâ€™s life. Physicians often get frantic calls on their mobiles at odd hours to get help for the baby crying inconsolably. For the baby, crying is the only means for communicating all types of distress and second to earache, most of the times itâ€™s the abdominal colic.