Kent's Comparative Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica

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B. Jain Publishers, Jun 30, 2004 - Medical - 543 pages
One of many problems we encounter in practising homeopathy is the conversion of the patients symptoms in the proper language of the Repertory of Kent. In order to overcome this problem one should be able to understand exactly the meaning of each rubric, the rubrics should be as complete as possible, all the additional rubrics and remedies and cross-references by a variety of reliable authors should be known. Once this task is done one should be able to differentiate as many remedies as possible in the rubrics in order to pin-point the one and only remedy the patient needs to get. This book has been written with the purpose of helping you to overcome as many of the above mentioned problems as possible by studying the Repertory of Kent page-by-page, rubric by rubric, and wherever possible, remedy-by-remedy.
 

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It is really wonderful book which enable the homeopaths to know about the exact meaning of the rubrics as well as different characters of the remedies. Excellent.

Contents

Abdomen
339
Bladder 359
359
Chill 479
365
Cough
394
Eye 222
404
External Throat 305
428
Fever
483
Prostate Gland 367
491
Sleep 468
505
Stool 357
512
Throat 297
523
Urethra 368
530
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Doctors Kokelenberg and Dockx have, by many years of educative instructions as well as by continuous training all over the world, obtained a treasure of information.

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