QUINQUINA HOMOEOPATHIC QUARTERLY
Vol.1, No.4 March-May 93.
After seven years of university study, one becomes an allopathic physician in Belgium. G Pieters after some deceptions with allopathic treatment studied homoeopathy. His article Some considerations on Homoeopathy is a timely warning to the timid in this field of homoeopathy who falter at a superficial drawback and make false judgement on personal weakness. Kents repertory is one of the most complete repertory available to a homoeopath. Dr. Patel in his version has tried to better it. However grammatical mistakes in the original Kents repertories often change the meaning of the rubric. Dr. Narsimha Rao gives a few suggestions to improve the third original American edition of Kents repertory (especially the section on Mind). On the bicentenary year of homoeopathy, Dr. Kanjilal has written about the science in a nut shell, for homoeopathic students and the public. Dr. Mishra in his article on Miasms a Modern Concept
explains Miasms including Dr. Hahnemanns evaluation on the root causes for the failure of certain treatment and quotes some of the opinions of Dr. Hahnemann, Dr. B.K. Sarkar, Dr. Choudhari on the three fundamental miasms. He supplements his idea with a comparative study of Chronic miasms. Snap-shot prescribers are known to achieve wonderful results. Dr. Hasan is one such prescriber. Dr. Abdul Khaleque who paid a visit at the formers clinic conveys his experience there. Crotalus horridus is used by Dr. Mirza Anwar Baig in cases with bloody dyscrasias.