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  • Scholten's Thematic Repertory | repertory.org
    Support Comments Rubrics Purchase Peace MacRepertory vs RW Movies Audio Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals 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 0 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID

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  • Synthesis Repertory vs Complete Repertory etc | repertory.org
    of rubrics In Kent s repertory we see below that the first rubric is Abscess One thing to keep in mind in all of this is the answer to the following question What is the minimum number of rubrics require to make a successful prescription Answer 1 So the long and the short of it is don t be afraid There is nothing very new about the Complete 2009 or the Complete Classics Repertory They are just bigger more comprehensive refined accurate and easier So if you understand how to take a case and then how to choose what symptoms rubrics are characteristic generals or peculiars you will feel right at home with the Complete or with any other Kentian Style Repertory and you ll be delighted to discover how easy it is to find what you need no matter which repertory it s in After all we made repertorising easy Others have followed our lead The hard part is deciding what rubric to use not finding it Differences One of the major differences is that while Roger van Zandvoort s Complete has maintained rubrics from Kent s repertory this is not always the case with Synthesis An example of this is the rubric Generalities FOOD and drinks Warm drinks water agg amel aversion desires from the Complete 2009 and other editions of the Complete repertory In Kent s Repertory we have You can see by comparing Kent with CR09 that CR09 is in keeping literally with Kent In Synthesis this rubric has been changed to Hot drinks If you think about it for while I think you will come to the conclusion that Kent was right and that Hot drinks as found as a sub rubric in CRO9 is the better arrangement Here is an interesting comparison of different repertories 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

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  • Vega Rosenberg | repertory.org
    Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 3 13 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 Vega Rosenberg Sat 2009 03 21 09 37 greg Author Vega Rozenberg Available for MacRepertory Yes Available for ReferenceWorks No Vega Rosenberg was one of the first homeopaths to realize the value of organizing remedies into families But where most visionaries have used traditional groupings Vega created a wide assortment of different sorts of families with the remedies based on his clinical experience His 80 groups contain about 4000 additions from 1339 different remedies There are groups for people whose main problems are centered in the hormones liver kidneys lungs rectum CNS etc and natural groups like nuts flowers flying bugs fruit gases lilies roses etc You ll find unusual groups like Beef You have been had by the story they go round and round without telling you what you need to know KooKoo Pendulums aliens hysterical space

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  • A Systematic Alphabetic Repertory of Homoeopathic Remedies | repertory.org
    Lippe History Packages Pharmacies Homeopathic Info Libraries Languages Contacts Demonstrations Hardware Req Support Comments Rubrics Purchase Peace MacRepertory vs RW Movies Audio Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals 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 1 16 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 A Systematic Alphabetic Repertory of Homoeopathic Remedies Wed 2009 12 23 20 50 greg Author Dr C von Boenninghausen Date Created Munster July 1833 Available for MacRepertory No Available for ReferenceWorks No This is Boenninghausen s first repertory and is quite interesting to study in order to better understand first his thinking and second the development of homeopathy generally Translated by C M Boger M D Parkesburg West Va USA Nov 9 1899 I ll write more about it soon It s subtitle is Repertory of the Antipsoric Remedies and it starts with MIND Abusive scolding etc Am c hell petr

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  • Lippe's Repertory | repertory.org
    Lippe Bell and Boenninghausen He says that his book is an index to the more characteristic symptoms of the Materia Medica and presents only such symptoms that have been proved to be characteristic by experiences of many 1st edition 1879 by Boericke and Tafel 1st Indian edition 1933 bt Bhattacharya and Co 5th edition 1972 by B Jain Publishers Lippe s Repertory can be divided into three parts Part I Preface Part II Repertory Part III List of remedies PHILOSOPHICAL BACKGROUND Lippe followed deductive logic that is from general to particular which was later adopted by Kent GRADATION 1st grade Italics 2nd grade Roman NUMBER OF REMEDIES 301 PLAN AND CONSTRUCTION The repertory is divided into 34 chapters starting from Mind and disposition up to Generalities Aggravations and Ameliorations Rubrics are arranged alphabetically FEATURES 1 The repertory is based on the concept of deductive logic 2 The method of construction is not fixed It varies from section to section 3 The chapter of Generalities mainly consists of aggravations and ameliorations which is similar to that of Therapeutic Pocket Book 4 Some mental symptoms are misplaced and are included in Generalities 5 Concomitant symptoms in relation to stool urination menses are included in Generalities as well as in respective sections 6 Rubrics in relation to food and drinks are mentioned alphabetically Kent grouped them into aversions and desires 7 Rubrics of temperaments are given alphabetically Boger included them under the rubric Temperament 8 There is a special note in the Preface stating that all sections are to be compared with the section Generalities 9 Time modalities are arranged alphabetically Kent includes them at the beginning in chronological order 10 Pain sensations are arranged alphabetically by Lippe Kent arranged them under the rubric Pain LIPPE S INFLUENCE OVER KENT A need was

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  • This History of Repertories | repertory.org
    pages Systemic work of Antipsoric remedies Syste matische Darstellung Antipsoriche Arznemittal Around 1829 Rep by Gustar W Gross 1829 Frederick Jacob Rummel Incomplete repertory 1832 Boenninghausen s Repertory of Anti psoric with a preface by Hahnemann 1833 Glazor First alphabetical pocket repertory 165pages 1833 Weber Peschier Repertory of purely pathogenitic effects with a preface by Hahnemann 1835 Boenninghausen s Rep of medicines which are not antipsorics 1835 Repertory in 2 vol by Dr Jahr 1052 1254 pages 1835 Rep of Glands Bones Mucus Membrane Ducts Skin disease by Dr Jhar 200 pages 1836 Boennighausen Ver wand Schaften repertorium 1837 Ruoff 236 pages 1843 Laffite French rep of Syptamatology 975 pages 1845 Ruoff A repertory of Nosology 1845 Boenninghause s Therapeutic Pocket Book 1847 Hemple s Boenninghausen s repertory 500 pages 1848 Clofarmuller 940 pages 1849 Mure R 367 pages 1851 Bryant An alphabetical repertory 352 pages 1853 Possart A rep of chtics Homoeopathic remedies 700 pages 1854 A Lippe A repertory of comparative materia medica 1859 Cipher Repertory by English Homoeopaths 1873 Berridge Repertory of Eye 1874 Homoeolexicon by Granier of Nimes 1879 C Lippe Rep of more Chtics symptoms of MM 1880 T F allen s syptom register Allentown register 1881 Herring s Analytical repertory 1890 Gentry The Rep of Concordances in 6 vol 5500 pages 1896 Knerr s repertory of Herring s Guiding symptoms 1897 Kent s repertory 1st edition 1349 pages ERA OF REGIONAL REPERTORIES 1880 1900 Many of them were clinical repertories Important among are 1880 Repertory of Fever by H C Allen Sensation as if by H A Robert Repertory of Modalities by Worcester Repertory of Intermittent Fever by W A Allen Repertory of Haemorroids by Guernesy 1894 Rheumatism by Porlunins 1899 Repertory of Urinary organs by Morgan 1900 Repertory of Back by Wilsy 1906

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  • The Complete Repertory | repertory.org
    Boenninghausen 1 Lippe History Packages Pharmacies Homeopathic Info Libraries Languages Contacts Demonstrations Hardware Req Support Comments Rubrics Purchase Peace MacRepertory vs RW Movies Audio Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals 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 5 3 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 The Complete Repertory The Complete Repertory by Roger van Zandvoort is available for both MacRepertory and ReferenceWorks In MacRepertory the repertory is arranged in the same way that you would see it in a book while in ReferenceWorks the format is that of a Repertory Extraction The latest version for MacRepertory is CR 2009 and for ReferenceWorks CR 2005 Prices depend upon factors such as which version of the Complete Repertory you currently own and whether you would like to have it in ReferenceWorks or MacRepertory or both Please ask for a quote A shipping and handling fee may

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  • Franz Vermeulen | repertory.org
    a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 4 14 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 Franz Vermeulen Franz Vermeulen has written several popular books which are available for MacRepertory and ReferenceWorks They include

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