THE EFFICACY OF CLARKE CLINICAL REPERTORY IN HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTICE – A CASE STUDY

Dr. Anjali Thakur, Dr. Anil Kumar Vangani

Abstract


Clarke Clinical Repertory is nosological repertory indicating a group of medicines commonly indicated for a particular
disease condition – final selection to be based on peculiars of indicating remedy. An acute case of gastro-enteritis is been
treated in this case study to evaluate the efficacy of this repertory in acute cases esp. taking clinical rubrics into consideration.


Keywords


Clinical Repertory, Miasm, Repertorization, Individualization, Similimum.

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