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Title: Letting the symptoms fall where they may
Authors: Robinson, Karl
Keywords: Case taking
Thuja Occidentalis
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine, Vol.101(3)
Abstract: Dr. Robinson discussess the importance of avoiding prejudicial observation and analysis during homeopathic case taking; then illustrates same with a case of thuja occidentalis which cured several symptoms specifically those relating to an acute mental state characterized by a strong premonition of imminent death, of which he was previously unaware and which might well have led him to a different homeopathic medicine had he not simply recorded the patient's symptoms at face value and repertorized them accordingly.
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