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August 3, 2017
hi, I wonder if anyone here has a logical explanation on some aparent mistakes in Dr Glen Irving Bidwell’s book on How to use the Repertory. The aparent misleading statement in this case( which truly confuses me) happens when Dr Bidwell is explaining how not to repertorize a case and then he proceeds to show how the same case can be repertorize with much simplicity indeed and arrive at the same remedy in this case Sulph. He states that it is easier to do from generals to particulars and then selects the first general rubric. There is when something strange appears because the rubric he uses is Menses, Short duration and scanty. But this is a particular is it not. ?
Please I will apreciate to have a response. Because I truly do not understand.
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