Concomitant symptoms in malarial fever a repertorial approach


Importance Of Concomitant Symptoms In Clinical Practice



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Importance Of Concomitant Symptoms In Clinical Practice

As it has been well established that Concomitant symptom is the characteristic as well as the totality of the case. Concomitant symptoms help to individualise a case. They help to select the correct similimum in a homoeopathic prescription.


HYPOTHESIS: Concomitant symptoms are very useful in individualizing a case and thus it helps to select the correct similimum in a homoeopathic prescription.
6.2. REVIEW OF LITERATURE

Definition Of Concomitant Symptoms:
The word “Concomitant” is derived from a Latin word “Concomitory”. “Con” means cum with “Com” means together with, in combination, or union, also altogether, completely and “Comitant” means present.

Gould medical dictionary defines Concomitant symptoms as accessory phenomena occurring in connection with the essential phenomena of a disease.

We may define Concomitant symptoms as:

A symptom which co-exists with the main symptoms without having any pathological and Physiological relation and only relation is time association.

A peculiar symptom, which occur in the same patient with the leading symptoms either at the same time or having some definite relation to the time.




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