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Lesser Known Repertories

repertory

Dr. Jaimin R. Chotaliya presents an extensive list of lesser known repertories with author’s name, publication year, source, arrangement, chapters, rubrics, sub-rubrics and gradations.

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1. Repertories Based on Hahnemann’s work

  1. Hahnemann’s therapeutic hints by R. E. Dudgeon (Collected & arranged)
  2. Fragmenta de viribus medica mentorum positivis sive in sano corpore humano observatis by Hahnemann
Repertory and AuthorTherapeutic hints by R. E. DudgeonFragmenta de viribus
Publication Year18941805
ArrangementHahnemannian schemaSymptoms Alphabetically arranged
Section /chapters462 parts (M. M. then Rep.)
Rubrics/sub-rubricsNot Alphabetical. Levels of rubrics are denoted by 1,2,3 dashes.Alphabetical
Medicines129, Given in CAPITAL ROMAN

Aconite to Zincum

27
GradationNo gradations0 – Symptom enclosed in (parenthesis), indicates degree of uncertainty

1 – Symptom in normal type, means rarely found

2 – Symptom in CAPITALS, means of certainty.

Special featuresIn “PAIN” rubric Dudgeon followed classification of Cypher RepertoryHahnemann’s first ever effort to form a symptom index.
1. Hahnemann’s therapeutic hints.png

2. Intellection.png

3. Symptoms related to eating.png

HMAI repertories\Fragmenta di viribus by S. Hahnemann.pdf

2. Repertories Based on C. Hering’s work

  1. A Handbook Of Repertory by Major K. K. Sirker
  2. Repertory of Hering’s Guiding Symptoms Of Our Materia Medica by C. B. Knerr.
  3. Repertory to the more characteristic symptoms of the materia medica arranged by Constantine Lippe.
  4. Therapeutics of the Respiratory system, cough and coryza, Acute and Chronic: Repertory with index by Marvin W. van Denburg.
Author’s nameMajor K. K. SirkerC. B. KnerrC. LippeM. W. van Denburg
Publication Year1978

Reprint 1999

18961880
SourceCondensed materia medica by C. HeringGuiding Symptoms Of Our Materia Medica by Hering“The Repertory to Manual” (first repertory published in English) by C. Hering)Guiding Symptoms Of Our Materia Medica By C. Hering
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Chapters4148 (Hahnemannian schema)34 (Hahnemannian schema)10
Rubrics

 

 

Sub-rubrics

Alphabetical

BOLD CAPITAL

 

Roman

Alphabetical

Bold roman

 

Roman

Alphabetical

Roman

 

Levels are denoted with ‘Dash’ respectively. -, –, —

Rubrics contain mostly single medicine credited to them
Medicine184, Alphabetical408, Alphabetical298, Alphabetically (same as Kent’s repertory. i. e. G → P.)247
GradationBold, Italics, RomanI – Occasionally confirmed

II – More frequently confirmed

I – Verified by cures

II – Repeatedly verified by cures

Ѳ – standing between cured and pathological symptoms

: – observation from old School

t- Toxicological symptoms

π – Observed on sick only

Italics, RomanNot present
Cross reference(See….)With sign of Hand(compare…) followed by list of medicines.

E. g. Mind and indisposition – Aversion to company (Compare Love of solitude)

Present
Special featuresDrugs in cyclic order (sulphur-Calc.-Lyco.)

Comparisons, few words about potency.

Pain – appearance, time, type, pain in generalities and particular chapters also.

Apart from authentic verified source of symptoms, it is the repertory which is based on concordance symptomsThis repertory forms base of Kent’s repertory. All the sections can be compared with “Generalities” section of Kent’s repertory.After the repertory condensed materia medica is given indicating respiratory symptoms starting from Aconite to Zizia.
1. Handbook of repertory (Sirker).jpg

2. Abdomen (Sirker).jpg

1. Repertory to the more chara. sym. of m.m. by C.Lippe.png

2. Mind (C. Lippe).png

3. Generalities (C. Lippe).jpg

3.Repertories Based On Head Symptoms

  1. Headaches and their Concomitant symptoms with a complete and concise Repertory-Analysis by Jno. C. King
  2. Pains of the headache with Repertory by A. R. McMichael
  3. Pathogenetic and clinical Repertory of the most prominent symptoms of the Head with their concomitants and conditions by C. Neidhard
  4. Affinity of drugs for occipital region in from of repertory by E. A. Farrington
Author’s nameJno. C. kingA. R. McMichaelC. NeidhardE. A. Farrington
Publication Year187918931888
ArrangementAlphabeticalNot alphabetical

paragraph style

Not alphabeticalNot alphabetical
Rubrics/symptoms

Sub-rubrics

Bold

Not given

Alphabetically, in paragraph

Not given

Not alphabetically

Not given

 

 

Not given

GradationNo gradation1st grade – Italics

2nd grade – Roman

No gradationNo gradation
Medicines180, AlphabeticalNot alphabetical
Cross-referenceNot givenNot givenNot givenNot given
1. Headaches by Jno C. King.jpg

2. Types.jpg

3. Causes.jpg

4. Headache Time.jpg

1. Repertory (McMichael).png1. Pathogenetic and clinical repertory of head (Neidhard).png

2. Headache repertory (Neidhard).png

HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Affinity of drugs for occipital region in from of repertory by E. A. Farrington.pdf

WHOLE GROUP CAN BE COMPARE WITH JAHR’S 40 YEARS PRACTICE, HEAD CHAPTER

4. Repertories Based on Desires and Aversions

  1. A repertory of Desires and Aversions by Dr. Y. R. Agrawal
  2. Repertory of Desires and Aversions by William Jefferson Guernsey
  3. Concise repertory in homeopathic medicines by S. R. Phatak
  4. Repertory of likes and dislikes by B. Sethi
Author’s nameY. R. AgrawalW. J. GuernseyS. R. PhatakB. Sethi
Publication Year198019631993

Reprint 1998

ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical
GradationCAPITAL, Bold, ItalicsCAPITAL BOLD, Italics, Roman, (Roman)CAPITAL BOLD, CAPITAL, RomanBold, Italics, Roman
NosodesPresentAbsentPresentPresent
Bowel nosodesPresentAbsentAbsentAbsent
Symptoms related food and drinksPresentPresentPresentPresent
Symptoms related to mind and workPresentAbsentPresentPresent
Indian food related symptomsPresentAbsentPresentPresent
1. Repertory of Ave. & Desires by Agrawal.jpg

2. Desire.jpg

General Habits.jpg

1. Desires & Aversions by (Guernsey).jpg

2. Desires (Guernsey).jpg

3. Aversion to (Guernsey).jpg

1. Repertory of likes & dislikes (Sethi).jpg

2. A (Sethi).jpg

5. Repertories based on Fevers

  1. Leaders In Fevers Remedies By Dr. B. Chakravarty
  2. Boenninghausen’ essay on the Homoeopathic treatment of intermittent fevers by Charles Julius Hempel (Translated & Edited)
  3. Therapeutic of Intermittent Fever by H. C. Allen
  4. Repertory of Fevers by J. Laurie (The Hom. Domestic medicine)
  5. Repertory on Intermittent Fever by W. A. Allen
Author’s nameB. ChakravartyHempelH. C. AllenLaurieW. A. Allen
Publication Year1st – 1943

2nd – 1963

184518841882
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabeticalNot alphabeticalAlphabetical
RubricsConcomitant, Beginning, side, timeAlphabeticalAlphabeticalNot alphabeticalAlphabetical
Cross-referenceNot givenNot givenNot givenNot givenNot given
GradationNo gradationNo gradationBold, Italics, RomanNo gradationItalics, Roman
MedicinesAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical133
Special featureTongue with their character is very well givenPeriodicity for individual remedy and sweat section are given in detail.Different types of fever and reference of organon is given for treatmentDifferent kinds fevers are given (marsh fever, fevers of hot climate, etc.)
1. Leaders in fevers by Chakravarty.jpg

2. Pulse.jpg

3. Thirst.jpg

4. Tongue.jpg

1. Boenninghausen’s essay on intermittent fevers.png

2. Types.jpg

3. Thirst.png

4. Ailments accompanying fever.png

1. Therapeutic of Intermittent fever (H. C. Allen).png

2. Time (H. C. Allen).png

3. Cause (H. C. Allen).png

4. Type of fever (H. C. Allen).png

HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Repertory of fevers by J. Laurie (The Hom. Domestic medicine).pdf1. Repertory of Intermittent fever (W. A. Allen).jpg

2. Chill (W. A. Allen).jpg

3. Season (W. A. Allen).jpg

6. Repertories based on Causation

  1. Synopsis of Homoeopathic aetiology – A complete work on Causation by Dr. Eshwara Das and Dr. Radha
  2. A Clinical Repertory To The Dictionary Of Materia Medica by J. H. Clarke
Author’s nameEshwara DasJohn Henry Clarke
Publication Year19881904
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Rubrics

Sub-rubrics

BOLD CAPITAL

Roman

Bold roman

Roman

MedicinesAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Cross-reference(See…)(See…)
GradationBold, Italics, RomanItalics, Roman
Sign of Causation“=” is used in repertory
Special featureBook contain philosophical aspect of causation and materia medicaOther repertories like clinical repertory, repertory on temperament and clinical relationship are also given.
1. Synopsis of Causation (Eshwara das).jpg

2. Ailments from (Eshwara das).jpg

3. Weather (Eshwara das).jpg

4. Materia medica (Causation – Eshwara das).jpg

7. Repertories Based on Miasm

  1. The New Research in Manifestation of Miasm (In Disease, Medicine and Mind) by Dr. Amarsinha D. Nikam
  2. The chronic miasms by J. H. Allen
  3. Chronic miasms in homeopathy and their cure with classification of their rubrics/symptoms in Dr. Kent’s Repertory (Repertory of miasms)
  4. Miasmatic Repertory by Ewald Stoteler
Author’s nameAmarsinha D. NikamJ. H. AllenR. P. PatelEwald Stoteler
Publication YearJuly 20075th impression 20091996
SourcesComplete repertory And Jan Scholten’s bookComplementary index of therapeutic part of medicine given in previous sectionKent rep. And other 32 referenceAuthor and his friend’s experience
ContentOnly Mental rubricsMedicinal index with discharges as rubricsMental and physical generals with particulars (According to Kent’s repertory)Nosodes and miasms
Rubrics

Sub-rubrics

Alphabetical

Denoted with upward sign of Hand

Not givenAlphabetical
Cross referenceSign of Hand(See…)
Classification of miasmsHealthy mind

Psora

Sycosis

Syphilis

Tubercular

Miasms are not given but, rubrics are given in form of discharges.-Psora, syphilis, sycosis,

-Latent (psora, sycosis, syphilis)

Psora/sycosis

Syphilis

Gradation/intensityI, II, IIIColumn with following signs (E,1E9,2E,23,4,5, E5G)
Special featuresMiasms in reference to individual medicines and disease manifestations which are given in previous sectionsHelps to understands Miasmatic aspect of medicinesPhilosophical part of miasm and reference Cases (included repertorization) are given in previous sections.Many references of Hahnemann’s case taking and organon of medicines are given in introduction.
1. Repertory of Miasm (Nikam).jpg

2. Rep. of miasm (Nikam).jpg

3. Rep. of miasm (Scholten).jpg

1. Chronic miasm by J. H. Allen.jpg

2. Gonorrhoea (J H Allen).jpg

1. Miasm (R. P. Patel).jpg

2. Mind (R. P. Patel).jpg

Miccant Homoeopathic software

8. Repertories Based on Genitor-urinary system

  1. Homoeopathic treatment of diseases of sexual system, being a complete repertory of all the symptoms occurring in the sexual systems of the Male and Female by F. Humphreys
  2. Repertory of Leucorrhoea by Kamthan (Female prescriber book)
  3. A Repertory Of Gonorrhoea With Concomitant Symptoms Of The Genital and Urinary organs by Samuel A. Kimball
  4. Homoeopathic therapeutics as applied to Obstetrics by Sheldon Leavitt
Author’s nameF. HumphreyKamthanKimballLeavitt
Publication Year18501888
ArrangementAlphabetical (not at all place)Not alphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Heading/rubrics1

Sub heading

Main heading – BOLD CAPITAL

Not alphabetical

Roman

Not given

Chapters in 2 partMind up to labor, not alphabetical
Types of SymptomsMale and female symptomsFemale (leucorrhoea)Urinary and male symptoms (less emphasis on female)Only female symptoms
MedicinesAlphabetical – CAPITALSAlphabetical134, Alphabetical83
GradationNo gradationNo gradationNo gradationNo gradation
Special featuresDifferent signs like N.B., cipher, asterisk,

Italics, () for verification, source, pathogenetic effect

At some places along with medicines some

Peculiar features are given for differentiation

Gonorrhoeal discharge as well squeals of gonorrhoea are givenRubrics can be used for eliminating repertorization
1. Diseases of sexual system by Humphryes.png

2. Hydrocele Humphreys.png

HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Repertory of Leucorrhoea by Kamthan (Female prescriber book).pdf1. Repertory of Gonorrhoea by Kimball.png

2. Repertory of Gonorrhoea Part I.png

1. Therapeutics of Obs. by Sheldon leavitt.jpg

2. Mind Obs..jpg

3. Labor pains.jpg

9. Repertories Based on Respiratory System

  1. Leaders in Respiratory Organs by E. B. Nash
  2. Homeopathy: Therapeutics of the Respiratory System by M. W. van Denburg
  3. Repertory of Post-nasal& pharyngeal catarrh by E. A. Farrington
  4. Lee & Clarke’s Cough and Expectoration (A Repertorial index of their symptoms)1st edition – (1884), 2nd edition (1894)
  5. Repertory of cough better and worse – W. I. Pierce
  6. Borland’s pneumonia
  7. Repertory of symptoms of diseases of the respiratory organs by Frederick H. Lutze
Author’s nameNashDenburgFarringtonLee and ClarkeW. I. PierceBorlandLutze
Publication Year190918941970Reprint 1997
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabeticalNot alphabeticalAlphabetical (rubric)AlphabeticalNot alphabeticalAlphabetical
Sections● Cough

●Expectoration

● Respiration

● Chest

● General index to repertory

● Shorter index

● Repertory

Not given●Cough

●Expectoration

1)

Worse

2)

Better

2 parts:

 

1) Stage of pneumonia and their group remedies

 

2) Repertory

●General symptoms

●Coughs

●Expectoration

●General Agg. & Amel.

●Clinical cases

Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

 

Sub sub-rubrics

Bold

 

CAPITAL

 

Italics

Rubrics have mostly single medicinesBold, not alphabetical Only one sub-rubric is present.

 

CAPITAL BOLD

 

Bold roman

 

Roman

Bold romanAlphabeticalBold roman

 

Roman

 

 

Roman

Gradation1st grade – (I) as prefix of medicine

 

2nd grade – (2)

Not givenNo gradationItalics, RomanNo gradationNot givenBold, Roman
Cross-referenceNot givenPresentNot givenGiven in () given‘Refer…’

‘See…’

(See…)(See…)
MedicinesAlphabetical24786, not alphabetical440, Alphabetical along with side affinity given into ()Not alphabeticalAlphabetical129, Alphabetical
Special featuresEach condition is described in lucid way.Based on guiding symptoms of our materia medicaBefore repertory Medicines are given with characteristic indications and comparisons.Most of the sources are of superior value, taken from journals and from high authoritiesSuperscript number is given with its

reference in therapeutics

Arranged according to pathological types, symptoms etc.Repertory preceded by therapeutic hints.
1. Leaders in respiratory by Nash.png

2. Larynx & trachea (Nash).png

HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Repertory of Post-nasal& pharyngeal catarrh by E. A. Farrington.pdf1. Cough & Expectoration by Lee and Clarke.png

2. Cough symptoms (Lee & Clarke).png

3. Expectoration (Lee & Clarke).png

1. Plain talks on m.m. by W. Pierce.jpg

2. Agg. (W. Pierce).jpg

3. Abortion (W. Pierce).jpg

1. Pneumonia (Borland).jpg

2. Onset (Borland).jpg

1. Repertory of Repi. (Lutze).png

2. A (Lutze).png

10. RepertoriesBbased on Locomotor-system

  1. Repertory of the symptoms of Rheumatism, Sciatica, etc. by Alfred Pulford
  2. The rheumatic remedies by Dr. H. A. Roberts
  3. Homoeopathy in Cervical Spondylosis by Farokh J. Master
Author’s namePulfordRobertsFarokh Master
Publication Year1898Reprint 20051995
ArrangementAlphabeticalNot alphabeticalAlphabetical
Section/rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

 

Sub sub-rubrics

Alphabetical, CAPITAL

 

roman

Modalities and symptoms in general (concomitant)

22 heading (in general part)

BOLD CAPITAL

 

 

GradationCAPITAL, Italics, RomanCAPITAL, SMALL CAPITAL, Italics, RomanNo gradation
MedicinesAlphabetical215Alphabetical
Cross-referenceBegin with small letter for PAIN,

Begin with capital letter for other than PAIN

(see…)Not given
Special featuresRemedy can be compared with its reverse indicated remedy.

E. g. Aggravation – Food – Cold – Puls.; Reverse of Phos.

 

Signs which are mentioned in this repertory are Alt., Esp., <, >.

Repertory preceded by therapeutic partAuthor’s reference as superscript is given

 

1. Repertory of Rheumatism & Sciatica by Pulford.png

2. Agg. (Pulford).png

3. Amel. (Pulford).png

1. Robert’s Rheumatism.jpg

2. General (Robert).jpg

3. Concomitants (Robert).jpg

4. Modalities (Robert).jpg

1. Hom. in cervical spondylosis by Farokh master.jpg

2. Repertory of Cervical spondylosis (Farokh master).jpg

3. Pain (Cervical spondylosis).jpg

11. Repertories Based on Integumentary system

  1. Repertory venereal warts by Dr. Olin M. Drake (Ref. Skin diseases by Douglass)
  2. Repertory on Pruritus by M. F. Douglas
  3. Alphabetical repertory of the skin symptoms and external alterations of substance, together with morbid phenomena observed in the glandular, osseous, mucous and circulatory systems, arranged, with pathological remarks on the diseases of skin by J. H. G. Jahr
Author’s nameOlin M. DrakeDouglasJ. H. G. Jahr
Publication Year1850
ChaptersLocality, objective symptoms, subjective symptomsSensation

Location

Alphabetically given
RubricsRoman, no sign used to differentiate sub-rubrics43 rubrics, Alphabetical

Roman

Alphabetical

Sub-rubrics mentioned as “-”

MedicinesAlphabetically abbreviated form is usedAlphabetically abbreviated form is usedAlphabetically, followed by “Coma”
GradationNo gradationNo gradationNo gradations
Special featuresSome rubrics like “In young girls”, “after salt abuse” are mentioned.Helps in quick review in cases where itching on only single part with characteristic sensationSpecial signs:

 

(0) cipher – Purely curative symptoms

(*) Asterisk – At same time curative and pathogenetic

1. Repertory of Venereal warts by Olin M. Drake .pdf1. Alphabetical rep of skin sym by Jahr.png

2. Abdomen Jahr’s repertory.png

3. Abscess Jahr’ rep.png

12. Repertories Based on Ophthalmology

  1. Complete Repertory to the homeopathic materia medica diseases of eyes by E.W. Berridge
  2. Homoeopathic Therapeutics in Ophthalmology by John L. Moffat
  3. Therapeutics of Eye and Ear. An elementary manual with a Repertory of Eye by C. P. Vilas
  4. Repertory of Pphthalmic diseases and therapeutics by A. B. Norton
Author’s nameE. W. BerridgeMoffatC. P. VilasNorton
Publication YearReprint 199418831892
ChaptersSection: I symptoms and functions

Section: II

Conditions

1.Clinical index

2.Objective sym.

3.Subjective sym.

3.Vision

4.Agg.

5.Amel.

6.Conditions

7.Characteristics

Anatomical parts, Aggravation

Amelioration, Concomitant

Symptoms (Subjective & Objective)

1. Ophthalmic diseases

2. Clinical index (repertory)

Rubrics are presented as locations of eyes

Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

Bold romanAlphabetical, Roman

 

With one indentation

Alphabetically

 

Levels are given with indentations

Alphabetically, Bold

 

Italics

GradationITALICS CAPITAL

CAPITAL

Italics

Roman

(Roman)

SMALL CAPITAL

Italics

Roman

No gradationsNo gradations
Medicines1171, AlphabeticalAlphabetical, Given as G → P151
Clinical rubricsPresentPresent as sectionGiven but few as compare to other repertoriesPresent
Special featuresGood emphasis on proving and verified symptoms0(cipher) shows author’s clinical experience.

 

E. g. Agg.: Hot water – Sep.0

Sections are given according to Anatomical parts from outward withinFirst part of repertory gives brief indications about ophthalmic diseases.
1. Berridge’s Eye.jpg

2. Section I (Berridge).jpg

3. Section II (Berridge).jpg

1. Hom. therap. in ophthalmology by John Moffat.jpg

2. Clinical index (Moffat).jpg

3. Characteristics (Moffat).jpg

1. Therapeutics of eye & ears C. P. Vilas.png

2. Agg. (Vilas).png

3. Amel. (Vilas).png

1. Ophthalmic diseases (Norton).png

2. index (Norton).png

13. Repertories Based on GIT

  1. Dysentery and its Homoeopathic treatment containing also a repertory and numerous cases by Fred Humphreys
  2. The Homeopathic Therapeutics Of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum by James B. Bell
  3. Homeopathic Therapeutics of Haemorrhoids by W.M. Jefferson Guernsey
  4. Hering’s and Clarke’s –repertory of toothache.
Author’s nameHumphreyJames B. BellGuernseyHering & Clarke
Publication Year1853Reprint 19971892
Chapters/sections1. Evacuations according to their compositions and character (Acrid, bloody, burning, changeable, etc.)

2. Evacuations: odor of (cadaverous, fetid, sour, etc.)

3. Concomitants of stool (before, during, after)

4. Pains, according to their location (anus, abdomen, epigastrium, etc.)

5. Pains, according its nature (bruised, burning, constricting, etc.)

6. General conditions

Part 1 – Remedies and their indications

Part 2 – Repertory part. In 2nd part —-

a) Pathological names

b) Character of stools

c) Conditions of stools and of accompanying symptoms (<, >)

d) Accompaniments of the evacuations (before, during, after stool), general

e) Accompaniments (Mind to Generals 25 chapters)

Therapeutic part– subjective, objective,

Agg., Amel., Concomitants.

 

Repertory part –

Subjective, objective,

Agg., Amel.

1. Localities

2. Character of pains and sensations

3. Time

4. Causation

5. Persons and temperament

6. Conditions of Agg.

7. Condition of Amel.

8. Extension of pains

9. Concomitants

Rubrics

 

 

 

Sub-rubrics

Bold, Alphabetical

 

 

 

Roman, levels are denoted with indentations

Bold in all chapters (except –pathological names where in CAPITAL BOLD)

Denoted with ‘-’

 

Alphabetical, Bold romanCAPITAL

 

 

 

No clear distinction of sub-rubrics, not in alphabetical in Localities

MedicinesAlphabetical141, Alphabetical13537
GradationsCAPITAL, Italics, RomanBold, Italics, RomanBold, Italics, RomanBold, Roman
Cross reference(See…)(See also…)(See…)Not given
Special featuresPotency suggestions are given. Dysentery is presented in detail before the commencement of reportorial part.Introduction part of book:

It gives useful information through following chapters:

Character and object of the work, the selection of remedy, the administration of remedy

Author gives importance to good case taking and exacting wording.Reverse repertory of remedies for toothache by Sylvain Cazalet. (Improved version from original by Clarke)
1. Dysentery and its Hom treatment.png

2. Chapter I Dysentery (Humphreys).png

3. Chapter III Dysentery (Humphreys).png

4. Chapter IV Dysentery (Humphreys).png

5. Chapter V Dysentery (Humphreys).png

6. Chapter VI Dysentery (Humphreys).png

7. Cases of Dysentery by Humphreys.png

1. Bell’s Diarrhoea.jpg

2. Part II (Bell).jpg

3. Stool (Bell).jpg

1. Haemorrhoids (Guernsey).png

2. Subjective (Guernsey).png

3. Objective (Guernsey).png

14. Repertories based on Modalities

  1. Repertory to the modalities, in their relation to temperature, air, water, winds, weather and seasons based mainly upon Hering’s Condensed Materia Medica with additions from Allen, Lippe, and Hale (Compiled and arranged) by Samuel Worcester
  2. An Index of Aggravations and Ameliorations by Edwin A. Neatby & Thomas Grorge Stonham. (Printed from “A manual of Homoeo-therapeutics”)
  3. A concise repertory of Agg. And Amel. Dr P. Sivaraman
Author’s nameWorcesterNeatbyP. Sivaraman
Publication Year188018941st – 1980

2nd – 1985

ArrangementHahnemannian schemaAlphabetical2 parts:

1st – Agg., 2nd – Amel.

Heading: As per Kent’s repertory

Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

BOLD CAPITAL

 

Not given

Bold

 

Italics

Cross referenceNot given(See…)
ConditionsOnly physical level modifying conditionsBoth physical & mental (emotions) As modifying factorBoth physical & mental (emotions) As modifying factor
Types of modalityBoth general and particularBoth general and particularBoth general and particular
GradationNo gradationNo gradationBold, Italics, Roman
Special featuresAsterisk indicates that the symptoms are confirmed with particular given authorities (Allen, Lippe, Hale)General rubrics are useful as well as controversialCharacteristic indication of remedies (alphabetically) follows the Repertory
1. Repertory of modalities by Worcester.png

2. Chapter I (Worcester).png

3. Food & drinks (Worcester).png

4. Sensorium (Worcester).png

1. Index of Agg. & Amel by Neatby.jpg

2. Time.jpg

 

15. Repertories Based on Nosology

  1. A Pocket Manual or Repertory of Homoeopathic medicine (Alphabetically and nosologically arranged) by Dr. J. Bryant
  2. A Treatise On Homoeopathic Practice Of Medicine Comprised In A Repertory For Prescribing by Hunting Sherill (1954)
  3. Rouff’s Repertory Of Homoeopathic Medicines, Nosologically Arranged (translated from the German by A. H. Okie with addition and improvements by G. Humphreys)
Author’s nameBryantSherillRouff
Publication Year185119541840
ArrangementPrimary headings are given in CAPITALAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Chapters/rubrics1. Most important Diseases, Organs and Functions of the body.

2. General symptoms and Sensations.

3. Causes and Characteristics of diseases.

 

Under each primary heading SYMPTOMS, CAUSES, CONDITIONS, CONCOMITANTS, Varieties of the diseases, etc are given in SMALL CAPITAL

 

Under this sub-ordinates Varieties of symptoms, Sensations, Causes, Conditions, etc are given in Italics

 

Rubrics are Alphabetically givenRubrics are Alphabetical, CAPITAL
Rubrics

 

 

Sub-rubrics

Alphabetical, CAPITAL ROMAN

 

Levels indicated with one, two, three dashes respectively

Alphabetical

 

 

With one dash

CAPITAL
Medicines221, Alphabetical280,Italics
GradationsCAPITAL, Italics, RomanNo gradationsNo gradations
Cross reference(See…) & ‘Compare’

 

E. g.

a) Abdomen: Pain, cutting – Compare: Pain Shooting and Colic

b) Urticaria: See Nettle rash

(See…)(See…)
Special featuresSpecial signs:

Asterisk: extensively used for polychrest medicines.

In Italics: Semi-Polychrest medicines.

Roman: Seldom used.

 

Sides of the affected part or organs are mentioned into bracket followed by sub or sub-sub rubrics.

 

E. g. Abdomen: Pain, constrictive – Inguina (Left)

External application is given. And at some places source is mentioned along with medicines.Medicines are given with potency at some places

 

E. g. Abscess of chest – with violent cough, offensive greenish expectoration, hectic fever, mucus rattling – stan. 3

 

Explanation of some terminologies

 

1. Aedoitis (Inflammation of the labia pudendi)

2. Adenitis (Inflammation of lymphatic glands)

3. Angina serosa habitualis (Chronic sore throat)

 

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16. Repertories based on Female sexual system

  1. Leucorrhoea, its concomitants symptoms and its Homoeopathic treatment by A. M. Cushing
  2. Repertory of Leucorrhoea by Kamthan (Female prescriber book)
  3. Childbed by Yingling
  4. Homoeopathic therapeutics as applied to Obstetrics by Sheldon Leavitt
Author’s nameA. M. CushingKamthanYinglingLeavitt
Publication Year1872
ArrangementAlphabeticalNot AlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Heading/rubricsAlphabetical

 

Roman7 Chapters: labor, abortion, Haemorrhage(largest)

Retained placenta,

Convulsions, After pains, the baby (smallest)

Mind up to labor, not alphabetical
Types of symptomsGynaecology & Obstetrics related symptomsFemale (leucorrhoea)Only related to obstetricsAll female symptoms
MedicinesNot alphabeticalAlphabetical108, AlphabeticalNot alphabetical, mostly single medicine is credited to one rubric
GradationItalics, RomanNo gradationsNo gradationNo gradations
Special featuresGeneral concomitant chapter helps to individualize cases more easily.At some places along with medicines some

Peculiar features are given for differentiation

Good book for handling obstetrics emergency.

Author has also mentioned about potencies and repetitions.

Rubrics can be used for eliminating repertorization
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2. Leucorrhoea (Cushing).png

HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Repertory of Leucorrhoea by Kamthan (Female prescriber book).pdf

17. Repertories Based on Paediatric

  1. Repertory of Children by E. A. Farrington
  2. Repertory on children by Sashi Kant Tiwari
  3. Children’s Concept by Robert Petrucci
  4. Children- Homeopathic Materia Medica With Reportorial Symptoms by Robert Petrucci
  5. Children’s Diseases by T. P. Chatterjee (based on: Boenninghausen, Kent, Phatak repertory)
Author’s nameFarringtonS. K. TiwariRobert PetrucciT. P. Chatterjee
Publication Year
ArrangementHahnemannian schemaAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

Bold roman, 84 rubrics

 

BOLD CAPITAL, 122 rubrics

Roman

CAPITAL

 

Roman

Bold roman, 107

 

36, Denoted with a, b, c, etc.

MedicinesNot alphabetical, along with indicationsAlphabetical, 365545Alphabetical, 112
GradationNo gradationsCAPITAL, Bold, ItalicsItalics, Roman
Clinical conditionsPresentPresentPresentPresent
Special featuresTherapeutic section is given before. So, comparison is easyAilment from, cough and food drinks rubrics are in elaborated form.

 

Constitutional rubrics in reference to miasmatic aspect are mentioned.

20 sections are further divided into rubrics like: personal history, family to, worms, etc.Page no. From corresponding repertory is mentioned followed by particular medicines
HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Repertory of Children by E. A. Farrington.pdf1. Children’s diseases (Chatterjee).jpg

2. Children (Chatterjee).jpg

3. Chatterjee.jpg

4. BBCR(Chatterjee).jpg

18. Repertories Based on Mental symptoms

  1. Thematic Repertory by J. A. Mirrilli
  2. Repertory of Psychic Medicines with Materia medica by J. P. Gallavardin
  3. Analytical Repertory Of Symptoms Of Mind by C. Hering
Author’s nameMirrilliGallavardinHering
Publication Year1881
SourceMateria medica pura, Hering’s guiding symptoms of materia medica, Encyclopaedia of materia medica and from Jeremy Sherr’s work, complete repertory.Author’s own experience and others experience before 1880 (Hahnemann, Jahr, Boenninghausen, etc.)
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabeticalHahnemannian schema
Section/chapters300 themesAlphabetical48 sections
RubricsTheme’s name is followed by rubricsBold roman (Rubrics related to Men and Women are given as (men) and (women) respectively.)
Medicines64660
GradationBold, Italics, RomanBOLD CAPITAL, CAPITAL, RomanI-observed on healthy

I-observed often and repeatedly

I-Applied successfully with the sick

II-Applied very often and repeatedly

Reference of authorGivenGivenGiven
NosodesPresentPresentPresent
Special featuresThemes will be helpful to understand mind rubrics in more elaborate way.Animal’s psychic symptoms is given at the end.

Dosage and comparison of medicines are given.

 

At some place author’s reference is given.

E. g. Agony, anxiety, restlessness – (Notes of Dulac on Jahr)

 

At some places duration of action of medicine is mentioned, meaning one should let the medicine will act up to that duration.

E. g. Anger, impulse to – Nux. Vom. +30 days.

 

In some rubrics order of medicine is given, meaning one should follow such order in prescribing the medicines.

E. g. Apathy, corporeal – Nux. V. + Calc. c. + Natr. M.

Mind to body and body to mind these types of directions of symptomatology are arranged in lucid way.

 

Model cures give better idea about application of rubrics.

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2. Psychic sym. of animals.jpg

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4. Psychic repertory.jpg

5. Psychic repertory 1.jpg

19. Repertories Based on Biochemic system

  1. Schussler’s Bio-chemic Pocket Guide with Repertory.
  2. The Biochemical Treatment of disease by J. T. O’Connor (Translated and with the addition of a repertory)
  3. Repertory of the Biochemic remedies by S. R. Phatak.
  4. A Complete Repertory Of The Tissue Remedies of Schussler by S. F. Shannon (Revised Indian edition)
  5. Repertory Biochemic by Sayeed Ahmed
Author’s nameSchusslerJ. T. O’ConnorS. R. PhatakShannonSayeed AhmedSchussler

MM with

Publication YearReprint 1993Reprint 20081937Reprint 19932000
ArrangementAlphabeticalNot AlphabeticalAlphabeticalIndex is alphabetical but arrangement is AnatomicalAlphabeticalAlphabetical
ChaptersBoldCAPITAL ROMAN46No chapters24, Bold
Rubrics

 

 

Sub-rubrics

Italics

 

 

Not present

 

 

 

Present

CAPITAL BOLD

 

CAPITAL ROMAN

1st letter is Capital

 

Capital – 19 rubrics

 

Not present

Capitals and Roman

 

Roman

GradationsNo gradationsNo gradationsBOLD CAPITAL, CAPITAL, RomanNo gradationsNo gradationsNo gradations
MedicineGiven according to intensity (Assumption)AlphabeticalItalicsRomanNot alphabetical, Roman
Cross-referenceNot givenNot givenGiven into ()Not givenNot givenNot given
Clinical termsPresentPresentPresentPresentPresentPresent
Special featureSmall handy book to handleSome cases from various journals and author’s

own experience is given.

Some additional chapters like blood & bones are separately given

Gradation makes it more useful for selection of remedy.Presence of the ConcomitantsRepertory of only bones related complaintsFemale genital system is presented in more elaborated way than pocket repertory
1. Bio chemic repertory by Schussler.jpg

2. Repertory Schussler.jpg

1. Bio-chemic repertory by Schussler.jpg

2. Repertory O Connor.jpg

1. Bio-chemic repertory by Phatak.jpg

2. Repertory Phatak.jpg

1. Complete repertory of bio-chemic by Shannon.jpg

2. Repertory Shannon.jpg

20. Repertories Based on Bach flower system

  1. Applying Bach flower Therapy To The Healing Profession Of Homoeopathy (Psychology, psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine with coloured illustrations of the healing plants) by Cornelia Richardson-Boedler
  2. Bach Flower Remedies by Dr. D. S. Vohra
  3. Bach Flower Remedies For Everyone by Farokh Master
  4. The Bach Flower Remedy’s Repertory (A supplemented guide to the use of herbal remedies discovered by E. Bach) by F. J. Wheeler
  5. Bach flower Remedies Repertory by Norman Clarke and Gabrielle Gelloz
Author’s nameC. R. BoedlerD. S. VohraFarokh MasterF. J. WheelerNorman & Gelloz
Publication Year19921952
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Rubrics216, levels are given with indentationsAlphabeticalCAPITAL ROMAN238, Bold roman

Levels with indentation

MedicinesGiven followed by rubricMedicine related no. is given with rubric.Given followed by rubricAlphabetical, ItalicsGiven followed by rubric, Italics
Types of symptomsOnly mentalBoth mental and physicalBoth mental and physicalBoth mental and physical
Gradation1stBold,

2ndItalics

3rd – “/” E. g. Agr. /Imp. (Suggest to take in combination for indicated symptom)

No gradationsNo gradationsNo gradations
Special featuresMedicines are described with their casesLimitation and scope of this repertory is given before starting of repertoryUse of Bach flower medicines in Alcoholics and PregnancyOnly mental symptoms are described. A good note on how to use the repertory is presented before main text.Menopausal and more clinical terms are used as compare to other repertories on Bach flower.
Bach flower by Cornelia Boedler.jpg1. Bach flower by Vohra.jpg

2. Index card (Vohra).jpg

3. Mind (Vohra).jpg

4. Repertory of Bach flower (Vohra).jpg

21. Repertories Based on Nosodes

  1. Julian’s Materia Medica Of Nosodes with Repertory (Translated from French by Rajkumar Mukherji)
  2. A Concise Materia Medica & Repertory of Nosodes by C. K. Shreedharan
  3. Bowel Nosodes in the Pages of Kent’s repertory by Namita Mohanty
  4. A Repertory of Nosodes and Sarcodes by Berkeley
Author’s nameO. A. JulianShreedharanNamita MohanthyBerkeley
Publication YearReprint 200419981997
Chapters/sectionPart I – Isopathic Concretology. (H/o Isopathy)

Part II – Materia medica of Nosodes

Part III –Repertory (Compiled by R. V. Patwardhan)

21 (same as Knerr’s repertory)

 

Special chapter: –

Diseases and their nosodes

 

28, according to Hahnemannian schema35
RubricsAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Medicines227106
Cross reference(See…)Not given(See…)
GradationNo gradationsNo gradationsBold, RomanNo gradations
Special featuresAppropriate potencies are mentioned along with the remediesIntegration of bowel nosodes into routine practice can be initiated and verified30 sources for preparation of repertory.

Adopted base is BBCR repertory

1. Repertory of Nosodes (Julian).jpg

2. Repertory (Julian).jpg

1. Concise rep. of nosodes (Shreedharan).jpg

2. Diseases (Shreedharan).jpg

3. Agg. & Amel. (Shreedharan).jpg

1. Bowel nosodes by Namita mohanty.jpg

2. Aversion (Namita).jpg

3. Desire (Namita).jpg

4. Constitution (Namita).jpg

1. Repertory of nosodes & Sarcodes (Barkeley).jpg

2. mental (Barkeley).jpg

22. Repertories Based on Keynote symptoms

  1. Skinner’s Grand Characteristics Of The Materia Medica, Collected, Arranged & Repertorised by Dr. J. H. Clarke.
  2. Repertory To The More Characteristic Symptoms Of The Materia Medica Arranged by Constantine Lippe
  3. Repertory based on Allen’s keynotes and Nash’s leaders including relationship of remedies by Captain K. K. Sirker
  4. Key notes to the Materia Medica by H. N. Guernsey
Author’s nameClarkeSirkerGuernsey
Publication Year
ChaptersPart I: Grand characteristics of the materia medica arranged alphabetically. (Including causations, agg., amel., diagnostic terms, remedy comparison, sometimes authority’s name)

Part II: Schematic arrangement of symptoms. (Mind to fever)

Part III: Conditions of agg. and amel.

Part IV: Causation

Part V: Persons and constitutions. (e.g. Anaemic, chlorotic, fleshy, stout etc.)

Part VI: Clinical repertory.

Alphabetical, 42Chapters are arranged according to BTPB
RubricsAlphabeticalAlphabetical, BOLD CAPITALAlphabetical, Bold roman
Medicines63319Alphabetical, Roman
GradationsNo gradationsBold, Italics, RomanNo gradation
Cross referenceNot given(See…)Not given
Special featuresFor sure shot prescriptionAfter repertory a short review of remedy relationship chapter is given which helps in prescribing.A year or two before his death, Dr. Carrol Dunham presented to Prof. Guernsey a copy of BTPB, containing copious addenda of confirmations and additions by Boenninghausen and by himself. These were still further added to by Prof. Guernsey.
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3. Part 2.jpg

4. Part 3.jpg

5. Part 4 & 5.jpg

6. Part 6.jpg

1. Repertory by Sirker.jpg

2. Abdomen (Sirker).jpg

3. Alt. of states (Sirker).jpg

4. Relationship (Sirker).jpg

1. Key notes to the materia medica by H. N. Guernsey.jpg

2. Mind (H. N. Guernsey).jpg

23. Repertories Based on Comparative Study on Materia medica

  1. Kent’s comparative Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica by Rene Dcokx and Guy Koklenberg
  2. Plain talks On Materia Medica With Comparisons by Willard Ide Pierce
Author’s nameRene Dcokx and Guy KoklenbergWillard Ide Pierce
Publication Year19961970
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Chapters/section36Alphabetical
RubricsAlphabetical, BOLD CAPITALAlphabetical, Bold roman
Medicines1501246
GradationNo gradationNo gradation. All medicines are given in Italics
Cross referenceThey are given after particular rubrics with their page number.

E. g.

Claustrophobia – Fear of narrow place, 46

 

Fear of suffocation, 47

1stgiven as ‘Refer…’, in similar kinds of rubrics.

 

Aggravation,

Air, sensitive to – cold, wet (see Aggravation, weather)

 

2ndgiven as ‘See…’, in same kinds of rubrics.

 

Abdomen – (refer to Stomach)

Special featuresIt is supplementary work on Kent’s repertory. Addition of new rubrics are also given at various places.

E. g. ABSENT-MINDED: Absence (is found in Synthetic on page no. 1042).

It is supplementary to the materia medica which is followed by this repertory.

Index of comparison is given before repertory.

1. Kent’s comparative m.m. by Dockx & Koklenberg.jpg

2. Mind (Dockx).jpg

3. Aversion to food (D & K).jpg

1. Plain talks on m.m. by W. Pierce.jpg

2. Agg. (W. Pierce).jpg

3. Abortion (W. Pierce).jpg

24. Repertories Based on Additions to Kent’s repertory

  1. Additions to Kent’s Repertory by C. M. Boger
  2. Essentials of Homoeopathic Prescribing With Rapid Repertory by H. F. Woods
  3. Bowel Nosodes In The Pages Of Kent’s Repertory by Namita Mohanty (1998)
  4. Kent’s comparative Repertory of the Homoeopathic materia medica by Rene Dcokx and Guy Koklenberg
Author’s nameC. M. BogerH. F. Woods
Publication Year
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabetical
ChaptersSame as Kent repertoryMind and general symptoms
Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

Italics

 

Roman

BOLD CAPITAL

 

Bold

MedicinesAlphabetical81, Alphabetical
GradationCAPITAL, Italics, RomanNo gradations
Cross reference(see…)(see…)
Special featuresFew rubrics were newly added by Boger, which are not present in Kent’s repertory.

 

E. g.

 

Vision: Nyctalopia – Sil., Sulph.

Nose: Discharge: dripping, foamy, gluey, hard, plugging nose

Deliberately avoided the general group of remedies in rubrics and names of chronic diseases like Cancer, Rheumatism, etc.

Food related desire and aversion are included in the General chapter.

 

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2. Additions (Boger).jpg

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2. Mental stated Woods.png

3. General sym. Woods.png

25. Repertories Based on Phraseology like Materia medica

  1. Concordance Repertory by Gentry
  2. Joseph Repertory Based on Boericke’s Material Medica
Author’s nameGentryJoseph
Publication Year1890
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Chapters6 vol. (mind to generalities chapters)Alphabetical
RubricsAlphabetical, BoldAlphabetical, Roman
Medicines420Alphabetical, CAPITAL
GradationRomanNo gradation
Cross referenceGiven into brackets immediately after rubricRemedies as cross reference given in bracket with rubric
Special featuresNoun, Verb, Essential adjectives are used for hunting rubrics.

Kent’s criticism.

Some special chapters like nerves and cancer are mentioned from the pages of Boericke’s materia medica
1. Concordance repertory (Gentry).jpg

2. Mind (Gentry).jpg

26. Repertories Based on Boericke’s Materia medica

  1. Repertory Of Small Remedies In The Manual Of Homoeopathic Materia Medica (William Boericke) by Jubin John
  2. Handbook of Repertory by Major K.K. Sirker
  3. Joseph Repertory Based on Boericke’s material medica
Author’s nameJubin JohnK.K. Sirker
Publication Year1978
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabetical
ChaptersSame as Kent repertory42 chapters
Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

Alphabetical, BOLD CAPITAL

 

Roman

Alphabetical, BOLD CAPITAL

 

Roman

MedicinesAlphabeticalAlphabetical
GradationItalics, RomanBold, Italics, Roman
Cross reference(See…)(See…)
Special featuresHelpful for comparative study between remedies from Boericke materia medica.Small dictionary of medical terms, an exhausting therapeutic index for busy practitioner, constitution, and one page of suggestions.
Mind.png1. Handbook of repertory (Sirker).jpg

2. Abdomen (Sirker).jpg

27. Repertories Based on New Proved Remedies

  1. Repertory to the New remedies Based Upon And Designed To Accompany Hale’s Special Symptomatology And Therapeutics By C. P. Hart
  2. Materia medica & Repertory by James Hawley Stephenson
Author’s nameC. P. HartJames Hawley Stephenson
Publication Year1876
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabetical
Chapters30 chapters mind to generalitiesChapters acco. to Kent**, Bold roman
Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

Alphabetical, BOLD CAPITAL

 

CAPITAL ROMAN

Alphabetical, Roman
MedicinesAlphabetically arranged in abbreviated form37
Cross reference(See…)

 

• Synonymous words are given as – See… (after the completion of main rubric)

• Similar words are given as – Compare (at the end of remedy list of main rubrics)

 

Not given
GradationsItalics, RomanNo gradations
Special featuresIts abbreviations like

Alt.-for alternate,

Reg. for region etc…. used in this repertory.

Author has also included its own experience as: “indicated in”

Synonyms, substance (crude form) and proving information are mentioned.
1. Repertory of New remedies By C. P. Hart.png

2. Mind (Hart).png

HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Materia medica & Repertory by James Hawley Stephenson.pdf

28. Repertories Given by Indian authors

  1. Alteration And Metastasis Of Symptoms And Results Of Suppression By Dr. J. N. Kanjilal
  2. Realistic Materia Medica With Therapeutics Repertory By Dr. N. K. Banerjee
  3. Pocket Repertory By P. Sankaran
  4. Study On Materia Medica By N. M. Chaudhari
  5. Dreams Come To The Rescue. A Complete Repertory Of Dream Remedies By Prakash Vakil
  6. Dreams And Their Indications By P. Sivaraman
Author’s nameJ. N. KanjilalN. K. BanerjeeP. SankaranN. M. ChaudhariPrakash vakilP. Sivaraman
Publication Year1st – 1916

2nd – 1929

1993
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabeticalAlphabetical (except-agg. Where time first mentioned)AlphabeticalAlphabetical
Chapters/sectionNo chapters/sectionsNo chaptersNo chapters49 chapter (anatomical)No chapters
Rubrics

 

 

 

Sub-rubrics

Bold romanAlphabetical, BOLD CAPITAL

 

CAPITAL ROMAN with one indentation

Alphabetical, BOLD

 

 

Roman

941, Alphabetical, Roman

 

Roman, At some places CAPITAL

Roman

 

 

 

Roman

Bold

 

 

 

Roman

MedicinesAlphabeticalAlphabetical441, Alphabetical (abbreviated from)AlphabeticalAlphabetical
GradationItalics, RomanNo gradationsItalics, RomanBold,

Italics, Roman

CAPITAL, Italics, Roman
Cross referenceNot given(See…)Not given(See…)(See…)(See…)
Special features↔: – Alternating with

→: – Metastasis (Natural) to, or Suppression (Artificial)

 

In certain sub – rubrics circumstances or conditions are mentioned into brackets.

E. g. Asphyxia neonatorum: Camph. (with spasm)

Lach. (blue baby)

Medicines with their authority is givenAilments, common and clinical rubrics are represented very well.

 

Largest chapter is cough with 172 rubrics

 

Aggravation chapter is similar to generalities of Kent’s repertory.

 

Hearing is included in ear chapter

 

Thirst, desire and aversion, Appetite, Nausea, Vomiting are given as separate chapters

More useful in practice rubrics are marked withMore modifications of rubrics in this repertory gives detail descriptions about dreams and more specification in medicines.
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Realistic m.m. by Banerjee.jpgHMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Pocket repertory by P. Sankaran.pdf1. Dreams & Hom. medicines (Sivaraman).jpg

2. Dreams (Sivaraman).jpg

3. Dreams (Sivaraman) (2).jpg

4. Mind (Sivaraman).jpg

29. Miscellaneous Repertories

  1. Repertory of Convulsion by E. M. Santee
  2. Repertory Venereal Warts By Dr. Olin M. Drake (Ref. Skin Diseases By Douglass)
  3. Repertory Of Foot Sweat By Olin M. Drake (Printed From The Homoeopathic Physician)
  4. Repertory Of Fevers By J. Laurie (The Hom. Domestic Medicine)
  5. Repertory Of Leucorrhoea By Kamthan (Female Prescriber Book)
Author’s nameE. M. SanteeOlin M. Drake
Publication Year1890
ArrangementAlphabeticalNot alphabetical
ChaptersAbsentAbsent
Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

Alphabetical, BoldBold

 

Roman, with one indentation

MedicinesAlphabeticalAlphabetical
GradationNo gradationsNot given
Cross referenceNot givenNot given
Special featuresConstitutional and disposition are special chapters.Can be compare with sweat chapter of general repertories.
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3. General alpha. arrangement.png

4. Constitutions & dispositions.png

5. Parts affected.png

6. After the spasm.png

7. Spasms begin.png

8. Agg. (Convulsion).png

9. Amel. (Convulsion).png

10. Time (Convulsion).png

11. Cause (Convulsion).png

1. Foot sweat (Drake).png

2. Foot sweat temp. (Drake).png

3. Foot sweat temp. (Drake).png

30. Repertories Based on Generalities

  1. Integrated Homoeopathic Repertory (Generalities) by Jugal Kishore and Arvind Kishore
  2. Synthetic repertory by Barthel and Klunker
Author’s nameJugal KishoreBarthel and Klunker
Publication Year1973
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabetical
ChaptersGeneralities (sensation and complaints in general),

Stages of life, Agg. in general, Amel. In general, list of remedies & abbreviations

Vol-I psychic symptoms

Vol-II general symptoms

Vol –III sleep, dream, sexuality

 

RubricsBOLD CAPITAL –first level

¨¨-second level

¨-third level

▪ -fourth level

▪▪- fifth level

▪▪▪-sixth level

• Vol-I – Only mental symptoms – 604 (756 – Khanaj) main rubrics, 33 cross reference

• Vol-II – Physical and mental general (desire, aversion, clinical condition, pertaining to weather, air)

358 (335 -Khanaj) rubrics main rubrics and 23 CR

Vol-III sleep –44 main rubrics, dreams-400, male-16 rubrics, female-26

GradationBold, Italics, RomanCAPITAL, CAPITAL, Bold, Roman
Cross reference(See…)(,) coma
Special featuresThe Author code with their page number follow the rubrics, where the source is repertory. E. g. Bk means, it is added directly from Boericke’s materia medica. Bk – 953.When a new rubric is added other than from Kent or synthetic, the source is identified from the author’s code. E. g. Abscess, injury, after (Kn – 1147) from Knerr’s repertory.1598 remedies are included. Space under the rubrics to add medicines, also there are rubrics with no medicines, which are also meant for adding remedies.

31. Repertories Based on Modern concept

  1. The People’s Repertory by Luc De Schepper
  2. Materia and Drainage Remedies with Repertory by Bouko Levy
Author’s nameLuc De SchepperBouko Levy
Publication Year
ArrangementAlphabeticalAlphabetical (in chapters only)
ChaptersNot givenFrom abdominal pain to yawing
Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

BOLD CAPITAL

 

With one indentation

Not alphabetical, denoted with (-)

 

Denoted with black dot (●)

MedicinesAlphabeticalCAPITAL, Not Alphabetical
GradationsBoldNo gradations
Cross referenceNot given(See…)
Special featuresReady reference for laymen peopleDisease condition with their stages and management is given in detail with potency suggestions.
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2. Mind (Luc De Schepper).png

HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\Materia and drainage remedies with repertory by Bouko Levy.pdf

32. Repertories Based on Pathogenetic Symptoms

  1. Jahr’s and Possart’s New Manual Of The Homoeopathic Materia Medica Arranged With Reference To Well Authenticated Observations At The Sick Bed, And Accompanying By An Alphabetical Repertory (Translated and edited by C. J. Hempel)
  2. A Repertory to the Cyclopaedia Of Drug Pathogenesy by Richard Hughes
Author’s nameC. J. HempelRichard Hughes
Publication Year18531891
ArrangementAlphabeticalNot alphabetical
ChaptersNot alphabeticalPhysiological systems are taken as chapters and in subsections anatomical schema is applied.
Materia MedicaBook is divided into: Materia medica &

Alphabetical repertory

Supplementary to materia medica
Rubrics

 

Sub-rubric

Bold

 

Denoted by long dash, ‘—’

Alphabetical, CAPITAL

 

Denoted with alphabets (a, b, c, d, etc.)

MedicinesAlphabeticalMedicinal index is given with abbreviations and references, alphabetically given in repertory
Cross reference(See…)(*) at rubric and explanation in form of foot note at end of page/section.
GradationsRoman – Calc. – Ordinary pathogenetic symptom, which has not been yet confirmed by clinical experience.

 

Italics – Calc. – Symptoms has been observed by the number of provers.

CAPITAL – CALC. – Pathogenetic symptom, which has been abundantly confirmed by clinical experience.

 

SPACED CAPITAL – C A L C – An eminent characteristic symptom, both clinically and pathogenetically.

Not given
Special featuresPathological prescriptions can be made successfully with this bookReferences in repertory along with the characteristic of medicines is given in the repertory.
1. Jahr and Possart’s repertory.png

2. Table of contents Jahr and Possart.png

3. Index of Jahr and possart.png

1. Repertory cyclopaedia of drug pathogenesy by Hughes.jpg

2. Appendix (Hughes).jpg

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33. Repertories Based on Clinical medicine

  1. A treatise on Homoeopathic Practice Of Medicine Comprised In A Repertory For Prescribing by Hunting Sherill
  2. An Introduction To The Principles And Practice Of Homoeopathy By Charles E. Wheeler
  3. Ruddock’s Homoeopathic Vade Mecum
  4. 80 Dynamic Gems Of Homoeo Medicines With Repertory By C. K. Shreedharan
Author’s nameCharles E. WheelerRuddock
Publication YearReprint 1989
ArrangementAlphabeticallyAlphabetically
BookBook is divided into 6 parts as follows:

(1) Introductory part, (2) Accessories in the treatment of disease. (3) Medical & surgical diseases and their Homoeopathic and general treatment. (4) Materia medica – 91 medicines are given alphabetically from Acid Mur. To Zinc. (5) Poison remedies. 37 medicines are given.

(6) Clinical directory. (Repertory)

Material section followed by repertory in book
Chapters1. General symptomatology (Anemia, Backache, Cancer, Diarrhoea etc.)

2. General modalities

3. Disturbed emotional reactions (Anger, Anticipation, Company, etc.)

4. Peculiar symptoms (As if….)

Rubrics are alphabetically given
Rubrics

 

Sub-rubrics

Alphabetically, Bold

 

Italics

Roman with 1st letter CAPITAL

 

CAPITAL ROMAN

Medicines38, AlphabeticallyNot Alphabetically
GradationsNo gradationNo gradations
Cross referenceNot given“See”
Special featuresPage numbers are given followed by each medicine, which are present in the materia medica part. (Reverse of plain talk …by W. I. Pierce)Direction for external application is given. Foot notes are given. Explanation of medical terminologies are also given.
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34. Lesser Known Card Repertories

  1. Hatta’s card repertory
  2. Patwardhan card repertory
Author’s nameHattaPatwardhan
Publication Year
ArrangementAlphabeticalNot Alphabetical
CardsMore than 6021245
ContentGeneralities, mental (yellow), modalities (Agg. – red, Amel. green) (colour of cards)Cards and booklet
RubricsAlphabetically with cross reference (in KEY)1245
MedicinesMore than 220299
Special featuresMiasms are also mentionedIn booklet, grouping of rubrics is based on Hahnemann’s way (in his materia medica) (mind, particular, modalities)

35. Repertories by CCRH

(Under clinical verification programme by CCRH)

1. Additions to Kent’s repertory from Boericke’s Repertory in following chapters: –

  1. Teeth
  2. Mind
  3. Throat
  4. Face
  5. Eyes and vision
  6. Ear and hearing
  7. Mouth
  8. Nose
  9. Larynx & trachea
  10. Respiration
  11. Cough
  12. Expectoration
  13. chest

2. Additions to Generalities chapter of Kunzli’s Repertory from Knerr’s repertory

3. Retrospective Estimation Of Prevalence And Likelihood Ratio Of General Symptoms Of 29 Less Frequently Prescribed Homoeopathic Medicines By Clinical Verification (IJRH, Issue 2, Volume 13, April-June 2019)(IndianJResHomoeopathy13272-1801171_050011.pdf)

36. Repertories Based on BTPB/BBCR

  1. Keyotes To The Materia Medica By H. N. Guernsey (BTPB)
  2. A Repertory Of Nosodes And Sarcodes By Berkeley (BBCR)

37. Repertories Based on Allen’s keynotes

  1. Essentials Of Homoeopathic Prescribing With Rapid Repertory By H. F. Woods
  2. Repertory Based On Allen’s Keynotes And Nash’s Leaders Including Relationship Of Remedies By Captain K. K. Sirker (2005)

38. Repertories Based On Hahnemannian Schema

  1. Hahnemann’s Therapeutic Hints By R. E. Dudgeon (Collected & Arranged)
  2. Repertory To The Modalities, In Their Relation To Temperature, Air, Water, Winds, Weather And Seasons Based Mainly Upon Hering’s Condensed Materia Medica With Additions From Allen, Lippe, And Hale (Compiled And Arranged) By Samuel Worcester
  3. Repertory To The More Characteristic Symptoms Of The Materia Medica Arranged By Constantine Lippe
  4. Repertory To The New Remedies Based Upon And Designed To Accompany Hale’s Special Symptomatology And Therapeutics By C. P. Hart
  5. Bowel Nosodes In The Pages Of Kent’s Repertory By Namita Mohanty
  6. Analytical Repertory Of Symptoms Of Mind By C. Hering
  7. Repertory Of Children By E. A. Farrington

39. Repertories Based on Physical generals

  1. A Repertory Of Desires And Aversions By Dr. Y. R. Agrawal
  2. Repertory Of Desires And Aversions By William Jefferson Guernsey
  3. Dreams And Their Homeopathic Medicines By P. Sivaraman
  4. A Concise Repertory Of Agg. And Amel. Dr P. Sivaraman

40. Repertories Based on General symptoms (Mental or Physical)

  1. Essentials Of Homoeopathic Prescribing With Rapid Repertory By H. F. Woods
  2. Psychiatric Medicines By Gallavardin
  3. Integrated Homoeopathic Repertory (Generalities) By Jugal Kishore And Arvind Kishore
  4. A Repertory Of Desires And Aversions By Dr. Y. R. Agrawal
  5. Repertory Of Desires And Aversions By William Jefferson Guernsey
  6. Dreams And Their Homeopathic Medicines By P. Sivaraman

41. Repertories Based on Medicine with their Rubrics (EH)

  1. Murphy Repertory (Medicine Wise)
  2. Reverse Repertory Of Remedies For Toothache By Sylvain Cazalet.
  3. Synthesis By Schroyens

42. Repertories Which Contain External uses

  1. Ruddock’s Homoeopathic Vade Mecum
  2. A Treatise On Homoeopathic Practice Of Medicine Comprised In A Repertory For Prescribing By Hunting Sherill

43. Repertories Based on Animals and Plants

  1. Macleod’s Veterinary Materia Medica With Small Repertory
  2. Radar’s Veterinary Programme
  3. Therapeutics Of Veterinary Homoeopathy & Repertory By Dr. B. P. Madrewar And Matthew Glencross
  4. Agro-Homeopathy –Repertory (HMAI repertories\Reference repertory\agrorepertory.pdf)

44. Repertories Which Contain Potency

  1. Pathogenetic And Clinical Repertory Of The Most Prominent Symptoms Of The Head With Their Concomitants And Conditions By C. Neidhard
  2. Dysentery And Its Homoeopathic Treatment Containing Also A Repertory And Numerous Cases By Fred Humphreys
  3. Rouff’s Repertory Of Homoeopathic Medicines, Nosologically Arranged (Translated From The German By A. H. Okie With Addition And Improvements By G. Humphreys)
  4. Handbook Of Repertory By Sirker
  5. Alphabetical Repertory Of Characteristics Of Homeopathic Materia Medica By Dr. G. D. Srivastava & Dr. J. Chandra (Section Is Given As “Dosage”)
  6. Materia And Drainage Remedies With Repertory By Bouko Levy

45. Repertories Without Gradations

  1. Homoeopathic Therapeutics As Applied To Obstetrics By Sheldon Leavitt
  2. Schussler’s Bio-Chemic Pocket Guide With Repertory.
  3. Homoeopathy In Cervical Spondylosis By Farokh J. Master.
  4. Leaders In Fevers Remedies By Dr. B. Chakravarty
  5. Hahnemann’s Therapeutic Hints By R. E. Dudgeon (Collected & Arranged)
  6. Boenninghausen’ Essay On The Homoeopathic Treatment Of Intermittent Fevers By Charles Julius Hempel (Translated & Edited)
  7. Homoeopathic Treatment Of Diseases Of Sexual System, Being A Complete Repertory Of All The Symptoms Occurring In The Sexual Systems Of The Male And Female By F. Humphreys
  8. Essentials Of Homoeopathic Prescribing With Rapid Repertory By H. F. Woods
  9. Pathogenetic And Clinical Repertory Of The Most Prominent Symptoms Of The Head With Their Concomitants And Conditions By C. Neidhard
  10. Repertory Of Convulsion By E. M. Santee
  11. Repertory To The Modalities, In Their Relation To Temperature, Air, Water, Winds, Weather And Seasons Based Mainly Upon Hering’s Condensed Materia Medica With Additions From Allen, Lippe, And Hale (Compiled And Arranged) By Samuel Worcester
  12. Therapeutics Of Eye And Ear. An Elementary Manual With A Repertory Of Eye By C. P. Vilas
  13. Julian’s Materia Medica Of Nosodes With Repertory (Translated From French By Rajkumar Mukherji)
  14. A Concise Materia Medica & Repertory Of Nosodes By C. K. Shreedharan
  15. An Introduction To The Principles And Practice Of Homoeopathy By Charles E. Wheeler
  16. The Chronic Miasms By J. H. Allen
  17. Lesser Writings With Therapeutic Hints By E. A. Farrington (Given As Repertory Of Prominent Symptoms.)
  18. Plain Talks On Materia Medica With Comparisons By Willard Ide Pierce
  19. Fragmenta De Viribus Medica Mentorum Positivis Sive In Sano Corpore Humano Observatis By Hahnemann
  20. A Repertory To The Cyclopaedia Of Drug Pathogenesy By Richard Hughes
  21. Repertory Venereal Warts By Dr. Olin M. Drake (Ref. Skin Diseases By Douglass)
  22. Bach Flower Remedies By Dr. D. S. Vohra

46. Repertories with Materia Medica

  1. Plain Talks On Materia Medica With Comparisons By Willard Ide Pierce
  2. Concise Repertory Of Materia Medica And Materia Medica Of Homeopathic Medicines By Dr. Phatak
  3. The Twelve Tissue Remedies Of Schussler By Boericke And Dewey
  4. Realistic Materia Medica With Therapeutics Repertory By Dr. N. K. Banerjee
  5. Ruddock’s Homoeopathic Vade Mecum
  6. Homoeopathic Therapeutics As Applied To Obstetrics By Sheldon Leavitt
  7. Applying Bach Flower Therapy To The Healing Profession Of Homoeopathy (Psychology, Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine With Coloured Illustrations Of The Healing Plants) By Cornelia Richardson-Boedler
  8. Jahr’s And Possart’s New Manual Of The Homoeopathic Materia Medica Arranged With Reference To Well Authenticated Observations At The Sick Bed, And Accompanying By An Alphabetical Repertory (Translated And Edited By C. J. Hempel)
  9. Keynotes Of The Materia Medica By H. N. Guernsey
  10. Psychiatry Remedies Materia Medica And Repertory By Dr. Jean-Pierre Gallavardin
  11. Julian’s Materia Medica Of Nosodes With Repertory (Translated From French By Rajkumar Mukherji)
  12. A Concise Materia Medica & Repertory Of Nosodes By C. K. Shreedharan
  13. Fragmenta De Viribus Medica Mentorum Positivis Sive In Sano Corpore Humano Observatis By Hahnemann
  14. A Repertory To The Cyclopaedia Of Drug Pathogenesy By Richard Hughes
  15. Therapeutics Of Veterinary Homoeopathy & Repertory By Dr. B. P. Madrewar And Matthew Glencross
  16. Bach Flower Remedies By Dr. D. S. Vohra
  17. Headaches And Their Concomitant Symptoms With A Complete And Concise Repertory-Analysis By Jno. C. King
  18. Pains Of The Headache With Repertory By A. R. Mcmichael
  19. Study On Materia Medica By N. M. Chaudhari
  20. Materia And Drainage Remedies With Repertory By Bouko Levy
  21. Materia Medica & Repertory By James Hawley Stephenson
  22. Essentials Of Homoeopathic Prescribing With Rapid Repertory By H. F. Woods

46. Repertory based on EN

  1. Therapeutics Of Eye And Ear. An Elementary Manual With A Repertory Of Eye By C. P. Vilas
  2. Repertory Of Post-Nasal& Pharyngeal Catarrh By E. A. Farrington

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Jaimin Chotaliya

Jaimin Chotaliya

Dr. Jaimin R. Chotaliya (Pursuing M.D. Part -II) Dr. V. H. Dave Homoeopathic Medical College and Research centre, Anand, Gujarat, India.

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