If perchance, on account of insufficient and indefinitely characteristic symoptims, it is sometimes difficult for the homeopathic physician to instantly recognise the most suitable remedy with certainty in acute diseases, it is much more so in the numberless cases of chronic ailments under which a vast part of main kind has heretofore hopelessly groaned.

Every repertory is useful.  Unfortunately not one is complete.  This one offers the best guide for the selection of the most suitable remedy in chronic diseases.