Four New Concept Chapters

Concepts help you to more easily find symptoms in Synthesis. Four new concept chapters bring thousands of new concepts and a greater ability to find physical, mental, pediatric and Latent Psora symptoms.

DeskTop Companion - Physical Concepts (by Roger Morrison and Dorin Dragos)

Roger Morrison initially divided the main complaints of the local chapters in the repertory into several categories. Example: headache related to weather, to cold air, to emotions, etc.

Dorin Dragos has taken this work a step further by adding the numerous symptoms of Synthesis to all these categories.
This allows you to find all the symptoms where cold air affects headaches in one easy step. In this instance, as in many other, there are many more symptoms for this category than the known rubric "head - pain - cold air agg.".
There are about 1,000 concepts to choose from.

Mind concepts (by Dorin Dragos)

The symptoms of the mind have been divided into several practical categories. In order to do so, Dorin Dragos (Rumania) has used the classification of mental symptoms of Roget’s Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases (new edition prepared by Betty Kirkpatrick MA, Penguin Books Ltd, London, 1999).

In many categories the last subcategory is "increased" or "decreased", which allows for a clear distinction of the related symptoms.
One example: "thinking" is divided into three possible disturbances: increased, decreased, and difficult thinking. For each category the repertory offers several precise symptoms, which are now easy to find.

Children's Concepts (by Roberto Petrucci)

More than 2,900 children's symptoms are listed in meaningful categories by Roberto Petrucci. They include groups such as "dentition", "infectious diseases" and "development". Other concepts come straight out of the practice of Dr. Petrucci and make may unknown repertory symptoms easily visible: "attitude towards animals", "attitude towards family", "observations during the night", "non-verbal symptoms - observed by the parents", etc.

Latent Psora (by Isidre Lara)

Hahnemann has drawn our attention to the symptoms of Latent Psora in his "Chronic Disease". Dr. Lara has collected these symptoms per chapter so that they are an easy reference during the consultation.