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Dr. Parth Aphale* and Dr. Atul Rajgurav


Background: Boenninghausen, in his close relationship with Hahnemann, learned to look at disease conditions from Hahnemann’s point of view and the totality of the case meant to Boenninghausen a matter of concomitance- a group of related symptoms , not expressing the disease so much as expressing the individual who suffered. Therefore in homoeopathic philosophy the symptoms of the disease, especially the common or typical symptoms of any named disease grouping are of little value for prescribing. It is the totality of the symptoms- the whole picture of the suffering man that must be considered and this is made up not alone of the symptoms one expects to find …. But of that ….in other parts of the suffering individual or those atypical or seemingly unrelated symptoms which the alert physician must observe or elicit. Materials: It was a clinical study wherein 30 acute cases were studied, inclusion and exclusion criteria were defined, crieteria for assessment were laid down. Results: Tabular as well as graphical presentation of the data collected was done, statistical analysis was made, null as well as alternate hypothesis was laid down, t-test was applied. Conclusion: Concomitants are important in acute prescribing.

Keywords: Concomitants, Totality of Symptoms, t-test, Boenninghausen, Hypothesis.

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