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Aphorism 233 | Organon of Medicine By Dr. Hahnemann

Aphorism 233 | Organon of Medicine By Dr. Hahnemann

Aphorism 233

The typical intermittent disease are those where a morbid state of unvarying character returns at a tolerably fixed period, while the patient is apparently in good health, and takes its departure at an equally fixed period; this is observed in those apparently non-febrile morbid states that come and go in a periodical manner (at certain times), as well as in those of a febrile character, to wit, the numerous varieties of intermittent fevers.

-Dr. Samuel Hahnemann

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