Homœopathic Links 2020; 33(02): 134-137
DOI: 10.1055/s-0040-1713427
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A Case of Obliterans Managed with Homoeopathy

Rajesh Kovilacar
1  Regional Research Institute (Under CCRH, New Delhi), Gudivada, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Raveendar Chinta
1  Regional Research Institute (Under CCRH, New Delhi), Gudivada, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Publication History

Publication Date:
26 June 2020 (online)

A 33-year-old male patient presented with complaints of gangrene of right foot for the last 4 years. The discharges are very offensive. The surgeon had advised amputation below knee level. Lymph node swelling in the right inguinal region was present. The ulcer was very painful with air of fan, walking aggravating the pain. Intermittent claudication was very marked.

  • Remedy selected: Ars alb 30c—3 doses per week and Calendula 30c—3 doses per day

  • After 1 month, Ars alb 30c was stopped and daily dose of Calendula 30c was started.

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Fig. 1 A case of Thrombophlebitis Obliterans of right leg before treatment.
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Fig. 2 First evaluation - ulcer status. The right leg after 8 weeks of treatment with Ars alb 30c—3 doses per week and Calendula 30c—3 doses per day.
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Fig. 3 Second evaluation - ulcer status. Significant improvement of the right leg after 3 months of treatment with Ars. alb 30C and Calendula 30C.
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Fig. 4 Further improvement of the right leg Thrombophlebitis Obliterans case after 4 months of treatment with Ars. alb 30C and Calendula 30C.
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Fig. 5 Third evaluation - ulcer status. The right leg successfully managed after 5 months of treatment with Ars. alb 30C and Calendula 30C.

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