Introduction

Repertorization is not the end but the means to arrive at the simillimum with the help of Materia Medica, based on sound knowledge of Homoeopathic Philosophy. Homoeopathic Materia Medica is an encyclopaedia of symptoms. No mind can memorize all the symptoms or all the drugs with their gradations. The repertory is an index and catalogue of the symptoms of the Meteria Medica, neatly arranged in a Practical/ Clinical form, with the relative gradation of drugs, which facilitates quick selection of indicated remedy. It may be difficult to practice Homeopathy without the aid of repertories.

IIIrd B.H.M.S. & IV B.H.M.S.

THEORY

  1. Repertory: Defination, Need, Scope & Limitations.
  2. Classification of Repertories
  3. Study of different Repertories (Kent, Boenninghausen, Boger-Boenninghausen):
    • History
    • Philosophical background
    • Structure
    • Concept of reperterization
    • Adaptability
    • Scope
    • Limitations
  4. Gradation of Remedies by different authors.
  5. Methods and techniques of repertorisation, steps of repertorisation.
  6. Terms & Language of repertories (Rubrics) Cross references in other Repertories and Materia Medica.
  7. Conversation of symptoms into Rubrics and repertorisation using different repertories.
  8. Repertory- its relation with Organon of Medicine and Materia Medica.
  9. Case taking and related topics:
    • Case taking.
    • Difficulties of case taking, particularli in a chronic case.
    • Types of symptoms, their understanding and importance.
    • Importance of Pathology in disease diagnosis and individualization in relation to study of Repertory.
  10. Case Processing :
    • Analysis and Evaluation of symptoms
    • Miasmatic assessment
    • Totality of symptoms/ Conceptual image of the patient
    • Reportorial totality
    • Selection of rubrics
    • Repertorial techniques and results
    • Repertorial analysis
  11. Comarative study of diffenrent repetories (like Kent’s Repertory, Boninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book and Boger- Boninghausen’s Characteristics Repertories, A synoptic Key to Materis Medica).
  12. Card Repertories- History, Types and Use.
  13. Concordance Repertories (Gentry & Knerr)
  14. Clinical Repertories ( William Boericke etc. )
  15. An introdution to modern Repertories- (Synthesis & Complete Repertory & Murphy’s Repertory)
  16. Regional Repertories
  17. Role of Computers in Repertorisation and different softwares.
PRACTICAL / CLINICAL
Students should maintain following record:
  • 10 acute & 10 Chronic cases (each of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics & Gynaecology) using Kent’s Repertory
  • 05 Cases (Pertaining to medicine) using Boenninghausen’s Therapeutics Pocket Book.
  • 05 Cases (Pertaining to medicine) using Boger-Boenninghausen’s Characteristics Repertory.
  • 05 Cases to be cross checked on Repertories using Homoeopathic Softwares.

 

EXAMINATION

 There will be examination of Repertory only in IV BHMS (not in II BHMS).

Theory
No. of papers 01
Marks 100

Practical Including Viva Voce/ Oral
Marks 100

Distribution of marks:Marks:
One Long Case30
One Short Case10
Practical Record/ Journal10
Viva Voce (oral)50
Total100

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