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“Sensations as If”: A Repertory of Subjective Symptoms (Revised Edition) - Herbert A Roberts

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One of Homeopathy’s crowning achievements is the use of patient’s own expressions’ for the selection of an accurate simillimum. Subjective Symptoms, as these are called, have been found extremely valuable in clinical practice. Although these symptoms were found scattered in ‘homeopathic repertories’, there was hardly any authoritative work on them till the publication of this one. For this work Roberts drew information from an interleaved copy of Holcomb’s work that was compiled by Dr. W.A. Yingling, as well as from the work of Hering, Clarke and Allen.

Our special new edition has been upgraded in the following ways:
Abbreviations and names of drugs have been standardized according to Synthesis in the whole text.
Improved and more readable font has been introduced with increased font size.
The size of the print area has been increased from 6x3 inches to 7x4 inches.
We hope the above changes will make this monumental work even more useful.

Dr. Herbert A. Roberts (May 7, 1868 - October 13, 1950) graudated from New York Homeopathic Medical College. He practiced for a short time in Brattleboro, Vermont and established a practice in Derby. He served as a first lieutenant in the United States Army during World War I, working as a medical officer on the troop ships.
He was IHA president in 1923 & Editor of the Homeopathic Recorder from 1927 to 1934. He wrote The Study of Remedies by Comparison, The Rheumatic Remedies, and The Classic, Principles of Art and Cure by Homeopathy. Within the IHA Transactions and The Homeopathic Recorder, he had penned 117 articles & 27 editorials.

514 pages, paperback

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