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Some Clinical Experiences

by Case, E
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Some Clinical Experiences with selected writings

The publisher: ...from the Homeopathic Recorder, Vol. 31, 1916, p. 420-421. This book is made up of various papers by Dr. Case that were printed in the Transactions of the International Hahnemannian Association running back many years, for the author is a veteran Hahnemannian physician, one who firmly believes in the simillimum and the high potency. It is an interesting book, containing clinical experiences that will strain the credulity of the materialist.

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The publisher: ...from the Homeopathic Recorder, Vol. 31, 1916, p. 420-421. This book is made up of various papers by Dr. Case that were printed in the Transactions of the International Hahnemannian Association running back many years, for the author is a veteran Hahnemannian physician, one who firmly believes in the simillimum and the high potency. It is an interesting book, containing clinical experiences that will strain the credulity of the materialist. For example, one is related of a black haired girl, three years of age, who was afflicted with head-lice. No matter how thoroughly and frequently they were cleaned away they would return. In addtion she appears to have been close to a degenerate, being mentally weak, foul otorrhoea, foul breath, cough, enuresis, night sweats and so on. The totality of the symptoms called for Nitric acid, which was given in C.M. potency. This worked a miracle. The lice disappeared on their own accord and did not return. She became mentally brighter and more active bodily. For the benefit of skeptics we may state that many years ago Dr. A. von Villars reported a somewhat similar case in one of the German homoeopathic journals. A woman brought a child to him who though apparently not so degenerate as the one Dr. Case writes about was afflicted with lice. Von Villars said he roughly told the woman to beep the child clean. She replied that she did wash and comb it frequently, but the lice would always return. Then she said that she had heard that the homoeopaths had a remedy for lice. To shorten the story, Von Villars gave her Staphisagria 30 and to his surprise the lice quit. Another relation is headed "locomotor ataxia," a disease generally regarded as incurable. As usual, the author gives the symptoms in detail. Heloderma hor. 9C. and later in the 45M restored the woman to a fair degree of health, so that she could tabe care of her family and house. Another section is on "corns." The patient, a woman, a typical Sepia one, was horribly tormented with corns. One dose of Sepia high gave complete relief from the corns and other accompanying ills. The book contains cases representing almost every known disease from abscess to whooping cough. It is very interesting and well worth the small price asked for it. It is also refreshing in these days of therapeutic nihilism. We wish the good doctor would send the Recorder some of his papers.

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