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  • Complete Repertory 2009 | repertory.org
    labeling of rubrics as Phenomena Modalities or Location which is a good thing Additionally a great many new cross references have been added The Complete 2009 Nearly four times Kent and double Synthesis Compared to the Synthesis 9 1 The Complete 2009 has nearly a MILLION more remedy listings 846 949 Compared to the Complete Repertory 4 5 981 300 more remedy listings Compared to the Complete Millennium 730 562 more remedy listings Compared to the Complete Repertory 2005 376 983 more remedy listings Compared to the Complete Repertory 2008 165 599 more remedy listings 483 new remedies Complete Repertory Classics 2009 by Roger van Zandvoort This is the subset of the larger Complete Repertory 2009 from Roger van Zandvoort and is a replacement for old yet popular Complete Repertory 4 5 CR Classics is based on a subset of CR 2009 filtered out are those rubrics that did not occur in Kent s repertories Boenninghausen s repertories and the Synthetic Repertories hence the name In all rubrics from these forementioned repertories available in Classics all remedies maintained are also available in Complete Repertory 2009 Cross references are maintained for those rubrics available in Classics Repertory Kent CR 4 5 CR 2005 Classics CR 2009 Synthesis 9 1 Number of rubrics with remedies 64 230 125 583 158 475 75 285 178 094 139 714 Number of remedies 624 1 536 1 846 2 126 2 393 2 373 Number of remedies that occur in at least 100 rubrics 362 587 942 990 1065 unknown Number of remedies that occur in at least 1000 rubrics 157 229 361 319 417 unknown Number of remedy occurences 503 145 932 636 1 546 403 1 247 288 1 913 599 1 066 987 Grade 1 338 879 720 027 1 078 098

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  • Complete Repertory 2009 compared with the Complete Millennium Repertory | repertory.org
    the arrangement was very logical and disciplined and there was much to be linked about it However one had to clearly comprehend the arrangement of the repertory as well as mentally classify a given symptom before setting out to look for it Such an arrangement had both advantages and disadvantages I think the imposition of this discipline is a good thing but it is at the cost of usability With the advent of MacRepertory 8 and it s quick search tool that cost would now be lessened In the next image I have clicked on Head Location External to reveal it s sub rubrics which makes the arrangement of the RU V 5 clearer All of the Location Rubrics which are external in nature are listed here In the Complete 2009 we can see the labels have been retained It s also important to note that the first 21 rubrics are Location rubrics These developments fall into five categories Remedies Rubrics with remedies 146 622 178 094 Cross References 87 981 216 577 Sections new sections Heart Blood Associations Re grading of rubrics Remedies The Complete Millennium Repertory has about 1 183 374 remedies listed throughout the repertory in all it s rubrics The Complete 2009 has about 1 350 000 remedy occurences Rubrics Here are some useful comparisons CR Complete Repertory Kent CR 4 5 Synthesis Treasure Ed CR Millenium CR 2001 RU I CR 2005 RU V CR 2008 CR 2009 Rubrics with remedies 64 230 125 583 139 553 146 622 151 316 158 437 167 474 178 094 Remedies 624 n a 2 375 n a 1 656 1 810 1 911 2 394 Average remedies per rubric 7 83 7 43 7 66 6 90 8 55 9 70 10 44 10 75 References cross

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  • Complete Repertory 2010 | repertory.org
    are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Complete Repertory 2010 Wed 2010 03 17 11 35 greg Author Roger van Zandvoort Date Created 2010 Available for MacRepertory Yes Some authors like Hahnemann Boger Kent and Knerr who where already well represented in the last five versions of the Complete Repertory Repertorium Universale have seen their additions increase gradually while authors like Allen Jahr Farrington and Lippe have increased substantially due to the inclusion of all second degree and higher symptoms from Allen s Encyclopedia Jahr s Symptom Codex still in progress Farrington s Clinical Materia Medica all repertory work in Lilienthal s Homeopathic Therapeutics all material out of Lippe s Bannerjea s Keynotes and Redline Symptoms and nearly all Lippe s articles All these sources have considerably increased the amount of clinical verifications ie 3rd and 4th degree additions For Complete Repertory 2010 emphasis has been on completing the information in the Generalities section new remedies and especially updating info from J H Clarke Also additions from Jahr s Symptom Codex increased substantially The latest edition of the repertory features 17 271 Additions from Jan Scholten s works including all of Secret Lanthanides the Road to Independence 9 000 additions from Subrata Banerjea s works through the Allen College of Homeopathy considered to be very reliable and useful in practice 97 580 additions from John Henry Clarke s Clinical Materia Medica of mainly the smaller remedies out of Volume 3 an ongoing process of upgrading that will continue in the next versions of CR Roger van Zandvoort Comparisons with previous editions and Synthesis Treasure edition CR 2008 CR 2009 CR 2010 Number of author sources 1 196 1 318 1 514 Number of author sources more than Synthesis 9 1 Treasure ed 291 413 628 Remedy additions more

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  • Complete Classics Repertory | repertory.org
    g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Complete Classics Repertory Mon 2009 04 06 12 02 greg Author Roger van Zandvoort Date Created 2009 Available for MacRepertory Yes The Classics Repertory is based on a subset of the Complete Repertory 2009 Rubrics that did not occur in Kent s repertories Boenninghausen s repertories and the Synthetic Repertories are filtered out In the rubrics which remain all of the remedies which exist in CR2009 are also exist in CR Classics Cross references are maintained for those rubrics available in Classics Here is a side by side comparison of part of a section I have turned sub rubrics remedies and cross references off so it s easier to see In practice I often have sub rubrics and remedies turned off and there are a keyboards short cut to turn them on Complete Classics is on the left The new rubrics just is this small part are CESARIAN ailments after indicates that there are sub rubics as well as remedies belonging to this rubric CELIBACY The indicates the presence of sub

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  • Boger's Synoptic Repertory | repertory.org
    of time aggravation and amelioration Generalities drug affinities related to the whole organism then follows the regional repertory with Mind and the chapters in the common order from head to feet etc Berlin May 2009 Peter Neuhold How to use Boger s Synoptic Key repertory Boger s Synoptic Key repertory and Materia medica part is a very useful and time saving tool for the homoeopatic work when one understands how to use it The following is a brief outline of Boger s approach In order to prescribe a most similar remedy the symptoms of the patient should match the pathogenetic symptoms of the curative remedy as closely as possible According to Hahnemann s Organon 153 the more striking singular uncommon and peculiar characteristic signs and symptoms of the case of disease are chiefly and most solely to be kept in view to make an appropriate prescription Boger s Synoptic Key repertory is especially written to follow this guideline of Hahnemann closely It is based on the work of Boenninghausen and contains in it s rubrics only the remedies for which the symptom is most characteristic In order to work successfully with this repertory it is of utmost importance to explore the most characteristic features of the case very carefully For Boger the most important guidelines are the influences that modify the sickness of the patient that are the modalities of time temperature motion etc Next comes the mental state of the patient and then his subjective sensations followed by the objective aspects of the sickness Lastly the affected parts sides etc are also of importance Regardless of this order the most striking or peculiar symptoms are always the most important When following these lines normally a few remedies can be found that match the case more or less These should be differentiated by using the materia medica of Boger s Synoptic Key or a more comprehensive one or by using a more comprehensive repertory The following small case by Hahnemann from MMP will illustrate this approach Sch a washerwoman somewhere about 40 years old had been more than three weeks unable to earn her bread when she consulted me on the 1st September 1815 On any movement especially at every step and worst on making a false step she has a shoot in the pit of the stomach that comes as she avers every time from the left side When she lies she feels quite well then she has no pain anywhere neither in the side nor in the pit of the stomach She cannot sleep after three o clock in the morning She relishes her food but when she has eaten a little she feels sick Then the water collects in her mouth and runs out of it like the water brash She has frequent empty eructations after every meal Her temper is passionate disposed to anger When the pain is severe she is covered with perspiration The catamenia were quite regular a fortnight since In other respects her

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  • Repertory Extractions | repertory.org
    whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 7 10 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Repertory Extractions Sat 2009 03 21 11 10 greg Author Dr Boenninghausen Revised by Dr

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  • Kent's Repertory | repertory.org
    my mond was not properly Homoeopathy but some of the doctors were able to use it The would greasp the idea and of course the book was the book was better than no reperotry I alwasys used it for there wre time when I could find something in it frokm which to work out when I could not find the modalities belonging to the system itself separate from the GENERALS We found it very unwise to think of a patient works from lying down confounded with the modality of all the particulars throughout the book whether headache pain in the eyes pain in the back difficult in breathing pain in the stomach after eating not specifying whether the modality reffered to this that or the other thing or whether it was the patient himself When we really stop to thing it over we know we ought to have the general aggaravation or amelioration by lying down set in one place with it s causes apart from all else The entire Boenninghausen book is arranged with modalites general and particular all together Those of use who have used better things see how it was as it fell into our hands yet with many good things in it Boenninghausen was a grand old man but that was simply his idea nd it was defective for my method of parctice because I soon grasped the idea that Hahnemann considered the mental symptoms and the physical symptoms He took the patient himself and said the patient has modailties that are related to eaach of his individual parts by itself put them together and let them come out as they will In a short time I saw that the plan started out by Lee was not what I had expected it to be I told him so and abandonded my effort to help him improve the repertory Then he becme nearly blind in both eyes and said that his health was nearly ruined that he could not go on with the work and would have to give it up Taking up what had been started I then reviesed it thoroughly and formed it according to my onw plan which yoiu now have in my repertory A compilation This is a compilation of all the repertories so far as I was able to make it upon the plan which I arranged and adopted The plan followed chiefly Lippe s as shown in his small handbook fo Characteristics gradually enlarging upon that work until it became what it was when the first fascicles were completed After that I took up the clinical symptoms which I had recorded and compared them wiht the provings as I had them very many of them were contradictory of the provings and so were rejected Thos that were consistend with the provings I admitted to the repertory setting them into the various passages where they belonged A section in type written form was by that time several inches in thickness That typewritten

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  • Repertories Optional | repertory.org
    User list User login Log in using OpenID What is OpenID Username Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 8 2 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Repertories Optional Here is a list of all of the additional optional reperpertories available in MacRepertory MacRepertory Core III and Full VI Library Lists may be viewed here Some repertories may be added to ReferenceWorks as well Eg The Complete Repertory 2005 When you add this repertory to ReferenceWorks it will displace the Complete Millennium Repertory if you have that installed which would likely be the case if you have or had Library F Both ReferenceWorks Libraries Core 3 and G3 include several Repertory Extractions They are Allen s Repertory Boericke s Repertory Clarke s Repertory Douglass Warts Repertory Kent s Repertory Knerr s Repertory Roberts Repertory Ward s Repertory Optional Repertories Allen s Repertory Bach Mind Repertory Bach Kent Mind Repertory Boericke s Repertory Boger

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