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History & Evolution of Repertory
As old as history of homoeopathy it has started with an appendix in 1805. Today it had grown to a system. GROWTH _ 3 STAGES
1. Formative years : From Hahnemann to Kent
2. Middle age : Kentian era
3. Recent repertories : Software based / screen based EARLIER REPERTORIES
Many where kept in Hale's museum in Robert Bosch Hospital, Stuttagret, West Germany.
1805. Appendix to Fragmenta de Viribus Medica Mentarum
Positivus. ( second part Dr.Hahnemann )
Drug name _ Symptoms with modalities only ; no rubrics.
1814. Short repertory in latin by Dr.Hahnemann.
1828. Repertory in German by Hart laub & Trink.
1828. Repertory in 2 Vol. by Hahnemann ( Each with 1000 pages)
In German _ Manuscript form
Considerd as forerunner of subsequent repertories.
1829. Repertory of Ernst Ferdinand Ruckert.
Around 1829_ 30. WEber's repertory with preface by Hahnemann ( 529 pages), Systemic work of Antipsoric remedies( Syste matische Darstellung Antipsoriche Arznemittal)
Around 1829. Rep by Gustar W Gross
1829. Frederick Jacob Rummel - Incomplete repertory.
1832. Boenninghausen's Repertory of Anti psoric with a preface by Hahnemann.
1833. Glazor. First alphabetical pocket repertory (165pages)
1833. Weber Peschier _ Repertory of purely pathogenitic effects with a preface by Hahnemann.
1835. Boenninghausen's Rep. of medicines which are not antipsorics.
1835. Repertory in 2 vol. by Dr.Jahr (1052+1254 pages)
1835. Rep. of Glands, Bones, Mucus Membrane, Ducts & Skin disease by Dr. Jhar (200 pages)
1836. Boennighausen _ Ver wand Schaften repertorium.
1837. Ruoff _236 pages
1843. Laffite French rep. of Syptamatology (975 pages)
1845. Ruoff _ A repertory of Nosology.
1845. Boenninghause's Therapeutic Pocket Book.
1847. Hemple's Boenninghausen's repertory (500 pages)
1848. Clofarmuller (940 pages)
1849. Mure.R (367 pages)
1851. Bryant. An alphabetical repertory (352 pages)
1853. Possart.A rep. of chtics. Homoeopathic remedies(700 pages)
1854. A.Lippe.A repertory of comparative materia medica.
1859. Cipher. Repertory by English Homoeopaths.
1873. Berridge.Repertory of Eye.
1874. Homoeolexicon by Granier of Nimes.
1879. C.Lippe.Rep. of more Chtics. symptoms of MM.
1880. T.F.allen's syptom register (Allentown register)
1881. Herring's Analytical repertory.
1890. Gentry.The Rep. of Concordances in 6 vol.(5500 pages)
1896. Knerr's repertory of Herring's Guiding symptoms.
1897. Kent's repertory. 1st edition (1349 pages) ERA OF REGIONAL REPERTORIES (1880 - 1900)
Many of them were clinical repertories. Important among are...
1880. Repertory of Fever by H.C. Allen.
Sensation as if by H.A.Robert.
Repertory of Modalities by Worcester.
Repertory of Intermittent Fever by W.A.Allen.
Repertory of Haemorroids by Guernesy.
1894. Rheumatism by Porlunins.
1899. Repertory of Urinary organs by Morgan.
1900. Repertory of Back by Wilsy.
1906. Repertory of uterine therapeutics by Minton.
Repertory of Diarrhoea by Bell.
1906. Rep. part of Raue's special pathology.
Repertory by Boerick.
Clark's clinical repertory.
Repertory of Mastitis by W.J.Gurnesy. BOGER'S CONTRIBUTION TO REPERTORY
1900. Transalation of repertory of Antipsorics.
1905. Boger Boenn. Chrtics.Repertory
1906. Moon phases & Times of remedies.
1928. Symptamatology of Homoeopathic MM & Repertory.
1933. Genaral analysis & Card repertory.
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Dr.K.R.MANSOOR ALI BHMS, MD(Hom)
Govt. Homeopathic Medical College. Calicut
Approved practitioner,Ministry Of Health,UAE
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