Important Clinical rubrics from Complete repertory
Dr Mansoor Ali
Many of the rubrics and sub-rubrics represented in Complete repertory by Roger Von Zondvoort are not available in similar repertories – at the same time we are commonly encountering in daily clinical practice. Here are some good rubrics from all the chapters which will be definitely useful for a general practitioner in homoeopathy.
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Arrangement of chapters
- The rubrics in each chapter are arranged from:
- General rubrics
- Sides(one sided, left, right)
- Modalities, concomitants
- Extending to
Gradation of remedies in Complete Repertory:
There are 4 Grades used in the repertory:
- 1st Grade: BOLD UPPERCASE
- 2nd Grade: Bold in red
- 3rd Grade: Italics in blue
- 4th Grade: Normal
There are 44 chapters in the repertory as follows:
|4||Eyes||26||Larynx and trachea|
|5||Vision||27||Speech and voice|
|10||Face||32||Heart & Circulation|
|20||Bladder||42||Boger’s General Analysis 7|
Complete Repertory 2018 Statistics
|Rubrics with Remedies||204516|
|Pure Cross References||288574|
|Total Single Additions||2600687|
|Number of Remedies||2540|
|Number of Sources||4260|
- Absorbent action
- Acidosis – diabetes with
- Adynamia (Loss of strength)
- Allergy – chemical, dust, hair of animals, metal dermatitis
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Anaphylaxis by proteins and enzymes
- Asphyxia – children, newborn, carbon monoxide
Auto immune diseases
- Bright’s disease
- Cachexia, emaciation – old people, TB in
- Cancerous affection – cachexia with, metastatic to bone and pain at night, smoking after, adeno carcinoma, hereditary, lymph-nodes, pre-cancerous
- Celiac disease
- Cellular tissue destroyed