Category - How to Take the Case and to Find the Simillimum by E.B. Nash

Originally published: 1907. Many failures to select the right remedy for the sick is due to a failure along the line of properly taking the case. The name of a disease may be helpful so far as calling to mind a class of remedies that have been found curative, but the symptomatology of the case in its entirety, and especially in those symptoms which are peculiar and characteristic, in correspondence with the remedy which in its pathogenesis has the same, must decide which ONE of the class is the true similimum. Eugene Beauharnais “E. B.” Nash (1838-1917)