Importance of “Kent Repertory” and “concept of Modality” towards the analysis of case of Diseases
The use of homoeopathic medicine requires skilful observation of specific characteristics feature of case of disease, to resolve it within the shortest period of time. While dealing with acute as well as chronic cases, requires focus attention of homeopathic physician on characteristic features of the case. Modalities are the one of the characteristic symptoms which helps to find prescribing totality in the case of disease. Most of the time these characteristic features are voluntarily narrated by patient himself or observed by homoeopathic physician. In this regards the homoeopathic text named 'repertory of homoeopathic materia medica' offers better and easy way to find the rubric of modalities within shortest period of time that helps to examine specific cases appropriately. Present article described the importance of “Kent repertory” and concept of modalities towards the analysis of case of diseases.
Keywards: Homoeopathic, Modalities, Materia Medica, Repertory
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