Introduction * Preface * The arrangement * Note. Repertory of. HERING’S GUIDING SYMPTOMS of our Materia Medica By Calvin B. Knerr, M. D.. Preface * . A repertory of Hering’s guiding symptoms of our materia medica. by Knerr, Calvin B. (Calvin Brobst), ; Hering, Constantine, State of being of the same heart and mind, harmony. Arrangement in ABC order of important words used by the author or in a book.. KNERR’S REPERTORY.
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They belong to what is known as the puritan group. Then era of regional repertories and repertories of various diseases arrived. Constantine Hering as his assistant. But the key words knerg the sub rubrics are given alphabetically.
On close observation one may see gepertory the symptom under each rubric and sub rubrics also follow an alphabetical order. II Symptoms more frequently confirmed. Similarly the last drug given or the cause, which acted last, should be given first importance.
: Calvin B. Knerr: Books
Side affinity, general modality, sensation in general Repertorj. All the Rubrics are arranged in unbroken from: In and he published 2 editions of his book, Sunstroke and Its Homeopathic Treatment.
According to the textbooks, Knerr repertory cannot be used for systemic repertorization. Cross-references are given at the end of sub rubrics. Forgetful, of what she is going to do: Wrong entries of cal p: Surprisingly many patients present their complaints using the same words as in the repertory. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Knerr in his preface states the limitation of this repertory: Physical generals appetite, aversion, perspiration, etc.
So 1 page is deducted. Hence it should be corrected as Crotalus horridus. Particulars — concomitant — complete symptom.
Knerr studied in Berlin, Vienna, and London. To quote Pearson again, “Dr.
There are different types of cross references but actually cross reference with drugs and without drugs, cross reference given within the chapter and to other chapters are the major types.
In cases with following symptoms can be dealt with this.
REPERTORY OF HERING’S GUIDING SYMPTOMS OF OUR MATERIA MEDICA – CALVIN B. KNERR:
The Institute for Homoeopathic Medicine. Graphites, under Female Sexual Organs, I During menses, catarrhal fever, under Fever no symptom related to menses is given. Temperament and stages of life and constitution. Examine the rubric Forgetful of what she is going to do: Total number of drugs given with cross-references are drugs. I Cough with bloody expectoration Knerr: Aegidi recommends as a preventive one dose every evening for a week, of Chin.
Email required Address never made public. Thus the word concordance is analogous to the word repertory. Here the word concordance is used to describe the whole repertory; the connotation is an index of words, or passages of book used by an author.
Every drug is arranged alphabetically. Boenninghausen first used this word in the homoeopathic literature in the earlier edition of Therapeutic Pocket Book; This repertory was first time published by F. In and he published 2 editions of his book, Sunstroke and Its Homeopathic Treatment.
Knerr Calvin Knerr was born December 27, and grew up with a father who was a lay homeopath and an uncle who knew Hering at the Allentown Academy. Last symptom appeared should be given prior importance though insignificant. This site uses Akismet to reduce erpertory. Knerr agreed to grant Messrs. Calvin Brobst Knerr was born on December 27, father who was a lay homeopath and an uncle who knew Repertort at the Allentown Academy.
Calvin B. Knerr, – , completed Guiding Symptoms
Pearson writes, “His home on Camac Street was filled with books, pictures and mementoes pertaining to homoeopathy. Disadvantages 1 Difficult to search the sub sub rubrics. In particular symptoms order of importance should be given as, locality, sensation, modality and associated symptom.
Quarterly Homoeopathic Journal, Vol. Repertoy, 2 Sensorium 3 Inner head 4 Outer head and so on.
Hering, throughout his entire Materia Medica work viz. For a considerable length of time Knerr’s repertory remained out of print.