Category - How to Take a Case by Caroll Dunham

Hahnemann directs us to acquaint ourselves with every deviation from the patient’s normal and healthy condition which we can observe; to gather from the patient’s friends and attendants all of a similar character that they have observed; to listen to the patient’s statement of everything of the kind which he has noticed, and of all unusual sensations and pains which he has experienced, and all unusual phenomena of which he has been conscious, whether of body or mind. Dr. Carroll Dunham M.D. (1828-1877) has tried to give reliable information regarding the correct approach to practical case taking, discussing the do’s & dont’s in a simple & subtle way.