Gentry's repertory of haemorrhoids in management of a clinical case
Author(s): Dr. Partha Pratim Pal and Dr. Jayashree Mahato
Abstract: Judicious use of repertory makes it a significantly important tool of application in the clinics. Utility will be varied depending upon the diversity in the evolution and development in the repertories. Mostly, the general repertories of logico-utilatarian variety is used in finding the similimum, but very often we are encountering cases with few or no marked general symptoms and it presumes an one-sided condition of the disease. In those situations we may be only left with the pathological particular symptoms. Using Clinical repertories as a reference provide us an opportunity to find the best probable similimum. The underlying case report is a documentation of such helpfulness.