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Value of Objective Rubrics With A Few Examples

VALUE OF OBJECTIVE RUBRICS
• What one OBSERVE is more important than What one LISTEN.
• What one OBSERVE is more important than What one SAY.
• Because one can make fool to a LISTENER but not to an OBSERVER.

• Our Master, Dr Samuel Hahnemann, in aphorism No. 83, says regarding the qualities of the Homoeopathic Physician as:
1.Freedom from Prejudice
2.Sound Senses
3.Attention in Observing
4.Fidelity in tracing the picture of the disease

• Naturally, the Homoeopathic Physician should be a KEEN OBSERVER so that he can get as much information as he can thro’ his observation which is more trustworthy.
• That’s why today I want to discuss some of very valuable Objective Rubrics which we can consider while Case Taking & Repertorisation.

1. Frown, disposed to:
• Frown means:
1. to contract the brows, as in displeasure or concentrated thought
2. to look with displeasure or disapproval (on or upon
3. contracting of the brows in sternness, thought, etc.
4. any expression of displeasure or disapproval
• Disposed means inclined; having a certain tendency or inclination: often preceded by an adverb ! to feel well-disposed toward someone.

2. Gestures, makes, Talking, while: Lyc, Nux v, Puls, Sep, Sulph
• Gestures means:
1. a movement, or movements collectively, of the body, or of part of the body, to express or emphasize ideas, emotions, etc.
2. anything said or done to convey a state of mind, intention, etc.; often, something said or done merely for effect or as a formality [a gesture of sympathy]
• Makes means to do
• Talking means the act of a person who talks; discussion; conversation

3. Gestures, makes, Talking, while, Head, with: Lyc, Puls, Sulph
It means a Gesture along with the movement of the head.

4. Timidity, Bashful
• Timid means:
1.easily frightened; lacking self-confidence; shy; timorous
2.showing fear or lack of self-confidence; hesitant [a timid reply]
• Bashful means:
1.timid, shy, and easily embarrassed
2.showing an embarrassed timidity

5. Mouth: Flabby, Tongue
Flabby means: Flaccid, hanging loose

6. Mouth: Flabby, Tongue, with imprints of teeth
Imprints means: to print, to impress

7. Mouth: Cracked, fissured, Tongue, Centre

8. Face: Discoloration, Chloasma:
Chloasma means a pigmentary skin discolorations, usually those occurring in yellowish, brown patches or spots.

9. Nose: Knobby tip: Aur, Calc
• Knobby means
• 1) a rounded lump or protuberance
• 2 a) a handle, usually round, of a door, drawer, etc.
b) a similar device which is turned to control operations of electronic or electrical equipment, as a radio or TV receiver

10. Face: Eruptions, Acne, Nose
Acne means a common, chronic skin disease, esp. among adolescents and young adults, characterized by inflammation of the sebaceous apparatus, usually causing pimples.

11. Mouth: Protruding, Tongue
Protruding means to thrust or jut out; project

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Comment by sajjadakram on July 7, 2010 at 9:01am
Objective symptoms are more reliable than subjectives because the physican can observer himself without any mistake.
sajjad.
Comment by Dr K Saji on July 12, 2010 at 5:35am
Useful article for practicing homoeopaths.
Facial expressions, Warty growths, Discolourations of skin, nails & hair, Deformities, Callosities, Cracks, etc are the more frequently encountered examples...
Comment by Dr Prasad Arvind Rasal. on July 12, 2010 at 1:28pm
Thank you dr K Saji.
Comment by DR. Sushil Bahl on July 13, 2010 at 12:58pm
Sharp sense of observation is required to conclude objective symptoms,during busy practice.But these are definitely of immense usefulness for accurate prescriptions.
Comment by Dr Prasad Arvind Rasal. on July 13, 2010 at 1:11pm
Thank You!
Comment by Dr Ajay Yadav on July 14, 2010 at 8:07am
this is really nice one dr
thanks for this
dr ajay
Comment by ganesan.m on August 4, 2010 at 7:21pm
Dear Dr. Prasad,
Too beautiful extravagant explanation of objective rubrics.
Thank you.
yours sincerely,
ganesan.m
Comment by Dr.M.K.Sahani on August 14, 2010 at 2:48am
Dear Dr.Prasad,
Definitely objective symptoms are of great value. It becomes more valuable when comes in association with subjective.Observing these require RELATING.
Comment by Nilanjana Basu on December 4, 2010 at 10:51am
Some clinical observations done in regards to Materia Medica:
Marasmus, especially of the legs ---- Abrotanum, Iodum, Tub
----------------------- of the neck --- Natrum mur, Sanicula
The countenance is expressive of fear --- Aconite
Features expressive of pain and anxiety --- Aethusa
Herpetic eruption on end of nose --- Aethusa
Cannot bear to be touched or looked at ---- Antim crude
Comment by Vishnu Gadekar on March 19, 2012 at 3:29am

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