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Homeopathic Case Taking


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3.5 Life Decisive Events
3.6 Grading of symptoms
CHAPTER 4
GENERAL PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
4.1 Ask the right way if you want to get the right answer!
4.2 How do we ask for heat and cold?
4.3 Hot idiosyncrasies
4.4 Cold idiosyncrasies
4.5 Sweating, offensive secretions, greasiness
4.6 Desire or aversion to sweet and salt
4.7 Sour taste and fat
4.8 Milk, cold water and onion
4.9 Position of sleep, nightly salivation
4.10 Relation with the sea
CHAPTER 5
IRRITABILITY, TIDINESS AND INTROVERSION
5.1 Irritability
5.2 How to identify an idiosyncrasy through questions
5.3 What’s irritability grade 3?
5.4 Psoric Irritable Idiosyncrasies
5.5 Sycotic Irritable Idiosyncrasies
5.6 Syphilitic Irritable Idiosyncrasies
5.7 Hysteric Irritable Idiosyncrasies
5.8 Egoistic Irritable Idiosyncrasies
5.9 Irritability of Lycopodium and Sulphur
5.10 Genuine Irritable Idiosyncrasies
5.11 How do we ask for tidiness?
5.12 How does an experienced homeopathic doctor ask?
5.13 Nux Vomica: the typical representative of tidiness; tidiness “per se”
5.14 Other tidy idiosyncrasies
5.15 Sulphur, the typical sloppy guy!
5.16 How do we ask about introversion/extroversion
5.17 Extrovert Idiosyncrasies
5.18 Natrum Muriaticum is the typical psoric, introvert person
5.19 Other introvert idiosyncrasies
5.20 Idiosyncrasies that may be introvert or extrovert at times
CHAPTER 6
FEARS, SELF-CONFIDENCE, INTELLECTUALITY
6.1 How do we ask about fears?
6.2 Phosphor: the main neuro-vegetative idiosyncrasy
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