The Diagnosis of Chronic Appendicitis Using Biolelectronic Regulatory Techniques
Abstract: This is a descriptive study of twenty cases, all suffering from chronic illness of various sorts, who were diagnosed using Bioelectronic Regulatory Techniques (Vegatest Method and Segmental Electrogram) as having an appendix focus. Appendicectomy was recommended in all twenty cases. Fifteen proceeded to operation. Of these fifteen cases, twelve had abnormal appendices an histology. Of the fifteen patients, thirteen improved postoperatively. Five had a complete recovery from the appendicectomy alone, and the remaining eight cases responded to previously applied ineffective complex homeopathic therapy. Of the five patients who refused appendicectomy we managed to follow up two. Both of these patients showed no recovery at all in spite of continued homeopathic therapy. This paper corroborates the idea that a focus can be an important block to treatment. It also shows that in many cases of severe focuses, surgery has to be resorted to and natural methods arc often ineffectivc.