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Wound Care With Homoeopathy

Author: Dr Amrutha ManoharanB.H.M.S, M.D(Hom.), Diploma in YOGAJunior Research  FellowNational Homoeopathy Research Institute In Mental Health,Kottayam, Kerala.Homoeopathy offers a very good role dressing of wounds, here are some valuable...

Phimosis In Children: A Homoeopathic Perspective

ABSTRACT: Phimosis is the inability to retract the preputial skin over the glans. 0.4 per 1000 boys per year 0.6% of boys are affected by their 15th year. Paraphimosis may also occur in some children as a complication of phimosis, when tried to...

Goitre

Definition – Goitre is derived from the Latin word ‘guttur’ meaning throat. Goitre denotes enlargement of the thyroid gland irrespective of its cause.Classification1.   Simple Goitre Diffuse hyperplastic goitre.Nodular goitre.Colloid...

Solitary Nodule

Definition – Solitary Nodule: Most of these swellings are simple nodular goitre formed by inactive colloid or apparently localized manifestations of simple multinodular goitre. This group also includes the neoplastic group, either benign or...

Fibroadenosis

Definition – Fibroadenosis is an aberration of physiological changes that occur in the breast from menarche to menopause. It is also called as ANDI (Aberration in Normal Development and Involution). Fibroadenosis is also called as Mammary dysplasia...

Pott’s Disease

Definition – Tuberculosis of the vertebral column is called Pott’s disease.IncidenceAge – Between 3 to 5 years.Site – Most common in the lower thoracic region or thoraco-lumbar junctional region.Route of Infection – Blood-borne infection is the...

Colle’s fracture

Definition – A Colle’s fracture is a fracture of the radius within 2.5 cms of the wrist with or without avulsion of the ulnar styloid process and with a characteristic deformity. The lower fragment is usually tilted backwards, shifted backwards with...

Sports Injuries And Homoeopathy

Regular Physical Exercise is integral to the body staying healthy. However, stressing the human body beyond its limits may lead to injury. Sports medicine is the science of understanding how these injuries can be avoided, recognised when they do...