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Repertory to the Symptoms of Intermittent Fever, W.A. Allen

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ISBN: 978-81-7021-653-7

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Repertory to the Symptoms of Intermittent Fever

W.A. Allen

THE treatment of intermittent fever is a subject in which I have long been interested and to which I have given much attention, and for two reasons: because I have had many cases under my professional care during the past thirteen years; and since it has so often been asserted by physicians and laymen that homoeopathic treatment is totally unable to suppress the paroxysms, to remove the pathological conditions and symptoms incident to them—to cure. It may be asserted with absolute certainty, that these things can be done without any exception, and that to suc¬ceed, it is only necessary to administer a remedy of proper potency selected in accordance with the law of similia, having in its choice a regard for the totality of symptoms.
The selection of the drug is often a very easy thing to accomplish, especially so if, as is often the case, we find cases of a season like each other even in detail. Under these circumstances, the careful consideration of a few cases serves to good and lasting purpose. Sometimes, however, the choice of the remedy demands more labor.
This repertory was not written with a view to its publication, but as an aid to myself in studying up intermittents. The Homoeopathic Therapeutics of Intermittent Fever, by Dr. H. C. Allen, Lippe's Repertory, Bönninghausen's Therapeutics, Gross on Comparative Materia Medica, have been the books most frequently reierred to, and I have added such symptoms as have come to my notice in the treatment of these cases. The result has been a monograph which has been of great value to me. Several of my professional friends have known of and looked over the work, and that they and the profession at large may share it with me, I have been led to its publication.
The only suggestions I can offer as to its use are, that the physician obtain as many symptoms from the patient as possible, writing them down at the bedside; then taking the repertory, that he look up the symptoms, see what remedies are indicated by each of them, and select that drug which is most frequently mentioned. An illustration, taken from my note-book, may serve as a guide

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