Diseases of the Veins - James Compton Burnett
First, we deal with the obstruction where such exists, and in these cases haemorrhage is an unusual occurance. Secondly, we proceed to cure the blood diseases where such exist, and here haemorrhages are common and often severe; when these blood diseases are cured the haemorrhages cease, and then the vein medicines proper and the anti-traumatics come into play. The second part contains indications for about 50 Homeopathic remedies likely to be useful in various conditions.
- Author: Burnett James Compton
- 192 pages
- Printed in India