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Title: When new symptoms appear after homeopathic treatment
Authors: Robinson, Karl
Keywords: Accessory symptoms
Symptoms appearing after a remedy
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine, Vol.101(3)
Abstract: Dr. Robinson puts the question to us whether we should consider adding a symptom to the repertory when a patient produces so called accessory symptoms as a result of a prescribed remedy. An example is given of a case that developed severe right sided sternocleidomastoid pain after the prescription of Kali Carbonicum. While this symptom does not appear in the repertory it is well represented in Hahnemann's Chronic Diseases adding support to the appropriateness of considering adding such evoked symptoms to the repertory
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