Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics of the New Remedies, Volume 1

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Boericke & Tafel, 1875 - Homeopathy
Repertory to the new remedies. Based upon, and designed to accompany Hale's special symptomatology and therapeutics. By C.P. Hart ...
 

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Page 495 - In addition, she was covered from the crown of her head to the soles of her feet, with an eruption, the like of which I never beheld.
Page 674 - BRYANT, DR. J. A Pocket Manual, or Repertory of Homoeopathic Medicine, Alphabetically and Nosologically arranged, which may be used as the Physicians' Vade-mecum, the Travellers' Medical Companion, or the Family Physician. Containing the Principal Remedies for the most important Diseases ; Symptoms, Sensations, Characteristics of Diseases, etc.; with the Principal Pathogenetic Effects of the Medicines on the most •important Organs and Functions of the Body, together with Diagnosis, Explanation...
Page 677 - JAHR, DR. GHG Therapeutic Guide ; the most Important Results of more than Forty Years' Practice. With Personal Observations regarding the truly reliable and practically verified Curative Indications in actual cases of disease. Translated, with Notes and New Remedies, by CJ HEMPEL, MD...
Page 354 - Pain in the lower part of the back, through to the uterus, like inflammation, piercing, drawing (primary). Breasts swollen, nipples tender and painful, and will not bear the pressure of even an ordinary dress.
Page 201 - Sensation as if a heavy black cloud had settled all over her and enveloped her head, so that all was darkness and confusion, while at the same time it weighed like lead upon her heart.
Page 241 - Violent itching, redness and erysipelatous swelling of the face, hands, and other parts of the body, followed by yellow vesication and desquamation of the cuticle. Painful burning on face and arms; face enormously swollen Rash resembling scarlet fever.
Page 123 - Abnormal irritability of the urinary passages. (/.) 0 Nocturnal involuntary emissions of urine. (Hewson.") Suppression of urine in cholera infantum. (Caro.) "Diabetes millitus. (Two cases.) Symptoms: emaciation; paleness; skin cold and dry; pulse rapid and feeble; tongue red and tender; gums spongy and bleeding; thirst excessive; appetite voracious; bowels constipated; urine pale, frequent, large quantity, of high density, and loaded with sugar; liver tumid and tender.
Page 413 - On rising to urinate, a pressing in the region of the heart, which did not cease until after urination. Turbid urine, with much mucus deposit. Urine scanty and dark, very acrid; it pains when being passed, which is difficult. * Very frequent urination, disturbing in sleep. Dark reddish brown deposit in the urine. Stool and Anus. Soft stools early in the morning.
Page 456 - ... the man suffered intensely, his body became swollen, his mind wandered, and his life was despaired of; but at last he got better, and though complaining of great pain near the heart, he was soon able to go out again. A short time after this accident, having an axe in his hand, going as he said to cut wood, he suddenly split his own head in two. He had become insane ! CHAPTER V.
Page 456 - Temporo-frontal headache, accompanied with great depression of spirits, and associated with spinal pain and palpitation of the heart. (Russell.} Face and Eyes. Livid face. Eyelids of right eye swollen and livid. Eyes fixed, pupils large, acting sluggishly to light. Mouth and Throat. * Grasping at the throat, with sense of choking. Convulsive movements of the mouth. Clonic contraction of the sterno-mastoid muscles. Pressure and gagging in the throat.

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