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A Clinical Approach To PCOS With Repertories

Author: Dr Ravindra M Bhandare M.D. (Hom) Lecturer Dept. of Repertory Dr. JJMHMC Jaysigpur ABSTRACT:- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may have infrequent or prolonged...

Repertorial Approach To Curare Woorari

Author: Dr Sneha B. BevinamaradAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Case taking and RepertoryMNR Homoeopathic Medical College, Sangareddy, TelenganaAbstract:Curare also called as arrow poison, was used for around 400 hundred years ago by the South...

Boger Boenninghausen’s Characteristics And...

INTRODUCTION Perhaps one of the greatest piece of homoeopathic literature left by Dr Boger is the Boenninghausen’s Characteristics and Repertory. “The combined observations and logic of Boenninghausen and the wide and wise observations garnered by...

Treating Intermittent Fevers By H.C...

INTRODUCTIONThis book was written by Dr H C ALLEN to tackle all kinds of fever. The author was very much affected by the fact that quinine ( the Peruvian bark) which was mostly used for fevers gives injurious effects and sometimes it only suppresses...

Biography of Dr. J. T. Kent

  By vital group of Homeopathy Dr. Jitendra pal Dr. Vishal vyas Dr. Jitendra alsey Dr. Ruchika bhamgare James Tyler Kent (1849–1916) was an American physician best remembered as a forefather of modern homeopathy. In 1897 Kent published a...

Rubrics of Kent Repertory on the Topic Profession...

We all know about Dr Kent  was the most renowned practitioner after Hahnemann in history of homeopathy and whose books, method, approach, repertory followed by most of the homeopaths as it is easy to understand if you read them with interest.  ...

Personalities Inside Repertory: Amadeus Mozart

Amadeus Mozart, the famous music composer has been on the Autism Spectrum. It’s said that he has been unable to carry on an intellectual conversation and existed in a careless and reckless way with impolite and frequent mood changes...

Evolution of Repertories

Regular growth of repertory, like that of Materia Medica, is the true index of the progress and richness of the Homoeopathic system of medicine. Their growth, therefore, is most vital for the very existence of the system and its contribution for the...

Rubrics – As an “Index” to Clinical Medicine

Abstract: Understating the rubrics does not just perceive the literal meaning of the symptoms but should be a logical correlation of the Symptoms with that of Clinical Medicine.   A Repertory is the Index of symptoms from the Proving. The...

Simillimum with Phatak's Repertory

In homeopathy we having more than 200 repertoires,  among many repertoires, Phatak’s repertory is amazing Its from my desk.. Case Study 1 A 32 yrs old male , came with ultrasonography abdomen and pelvis showin multiple renal calculi, one at...

Walking Through a Case with the Mouse in RadarOpus

  Dr. Frederik Schroyens and Dr. Carlo Rezzani in  a webinar on Improving Case Taking using RadarOpus – a webinar held on the 7th of December 2017 This webinar walks through a case from A to Z, using RadarOpus 2.0 Dr. Schroyens and Dr. Rezzani ...

What People say about Radaropus?

” I wanted to let you know that I have received the Radar Opus program and have installed it. I have been playing with it for the last day and am very very impressed with it. The amount of thought and care that has gone into the design of this...