Quick Overview Uterine Therapeutics
Description In collating and arranging the symptoms and pathogenetic indications of the remedies we have endeavored to be full and explicit at the expense of repetition. For instance, under each heading, as "Menstruation," "Amenorrhcea," "Leucorrhoea," etc., we have grouped the leading concomitant symptoms and indications so as to present a complete picture of the malady and its complications to which the drug is applicable. It so happens, therefore, that the same symptoms frequently appear under different rubrics, or headings, and again in the group of Concomitants. We hope no student may regard this peculiarity as an oversight, but rather as something essential to the plan of the work and, in the author's view, as adding to its utility.