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Introduction to study of mind rubrics slide show presentation by Dr.hansaraj salve

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simplest way to learn and remember mind rubrics.This work is based on Synthesis and Complete repertory. I hope and wish that this work will be accepted and appreciated.

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Introduction to study of mind rubrics slide show presentation by Dr.hansaraj salve

  1. 1. Introduction to study of mind rubrics slide show presentation by Dr.hansaraj salve The conversion of the patient's symptoms in the proper language of the repertory is one of the main problems we encounter in practice especially in terms of mental rubrics. In order to overcome this problem we should understand exactly the meaning of each rubric, sub rubric with cross references and remedies.
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  4. 4. • Homoeopathic students, physician even experts also unable to perceive the case because of there lack of knowledge in mental rubrics and they ignores such important symptoms unintentionally which results in failure. Introduction
  5. 5. • This work is meant for fresher students and busy physicians and for those who are preparing for competitive examinations.
  6. 6. • This work is not just dictionary meaning but correct interpretations.
  7. 7. • I have tried with best of my efforts, knowledge and hard work to make this a valuable work.
  8. 8. • I hope and wish that this work will be accepted and appreciated.
  9. 9. • I welcome any suggestions from any quarter it may be, so that this work can be improved upon.
  10. 10. 1. Abandoned : Feeling of being left alone without help by all his near and dear Similar rubrics: Forsaken : Feeling of being left alone without help Deserted : Feeling of being left alone when most needed
  11. 11. Explanation: • You can see patient with grief and he express himself during history taking that nobody from his family or relations cares him or all have given him up.
  12. 12. 2. Abashed Destroy the self-possession or self- confidence of someone Similar rubrics: Embarrassed
  13. 13. Explanation: • A son goes to his dad with a business proposal which he wants to start with small investment and big profit but his father reject his proposal even without going in to details of the proposal.
  14. 14. 3. Abrupt Unexpectedly sudden, rude Similar rubric: Rudeness
  15. 15. Explanation: • This person is present with very rough attitude in our clinic and will reply questions very roughly and he often disturb other peoples by his misbehave.
  16. 16. 4. Absent minded • Absent-mindedness is where a person shows In attention of mind even though he is not doing anything and still he does not respond to the ordinary call although he does not have any thoughts in his mind Similar rubrics : absorbed - if he has some thoughts in his mind he will be considered as “” In Absorbed the mind is directed towards one problem. Fixed in one thought . Abstraction of mind : A destructive symptom, something in the mind has been lost)
  17. 17. Explanation. • In Absentmindedness there is no fixation of mind at all. • This patient even if sitting before the docter, when asked any question does not respond at first call looks like he is thinking about something else, but when asked he says he has no other thoughts. • You must confirm this condition with his family members because generally he is observed like same at home also but this needs confirmation
  18. 18. 5. Absorbed, buried in thought: • Looking obviously engage or occupied with thoughts (the mere sight of engrossed look)
  19. 19. Explanation: Fully and deeply engrossed in a thought or idea, often t o such a degree as to be unaware of or insensitive to the outside world. patient looks like absorbed in thought like that; as if we don’t even exist.
  20. 20. 6. Abusive: • Habit of employing harsh insulting languages as a routine. Similar rubrics Cursing : Is due to some provocation by somebody or some provocative ideas Swearing. Cursing after heated exchange with another one
  21. 21. • A patient while telling the symptoms uses abusive words these words are generally used by him as a routine as he is in the habit of using such words. • He may abusing the physicians who treated him earlier. Explanation:
  22. 22. 7.Acuteness: • Sharpness and keenness of mind, a person when disturbed in his mind either feels that his memory is very sharp or very weak.
  23. 23. • A person while explaining his condition says that his memory is very weak in general or in some particular aspects or his memory is so active that he can recollect many things • These observations are tobe made carefully as these may appear during the course of any type of sickness. Explanation:
  24. 24. 8. Adaptability loss of: • Very difficult to adjust to the surroundings
  25. 25. • Loss of an individual's ability to successfully adapt to life tasks in the face of social disadvantage or highly adverse conditions. • Adversity and stress can come in the shape of family or relationship problems, health problems, or workplace and financial worries, among others. Explanation:
  26. 26. 9. Admiration: • A high degree of pleasure
  27. 27. • People can receive admiration for many reasons, including their beauty, hard work, or intelligence. Often, there is a sense of gratitude or thanks when someone feels admiration. Explanation:
  28. 28. 10. Admonition agg.: • Aggravation from gentle advice
  29. 29. Explanation: • During case taking relatives of patient disclose this person becomes excited/ agitated if he is given any warning or reminder for the consequence of his actions and his complaints are generally aggravates from such reactions.
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